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Hey, we are all in this together! As a Professor in Nuclear Engineering, I am in a position to pursue the promotion of inter-university/industry cooperation on things nuclear. One of the obvious things that we can do is share open domain knowledge such as course material, computer codes, etc.

I wonder how many times point kinetics or some other little tidbit has been coded. Why can't we do it once, submit it to scrutiny and be done with it? Once we agree that it is a sound bit of code we can give it the CNS stamp of approval and make it part of an official verified library, sort of like IMSL, EISPACK and others. We all have our favourite bits that we collected over the years. We all win if we share them. What goes around, comes around, as they say.

As I am very interested in collecting snippets of engineering code and lecture / study material that is useful to students, profs, and others, I would be willing to act as a clearing house but welcome all the help I can get. If anyone has any of the following, please don't hesitate to let me know. I will attempt to put it on the web for all to relish:

Other ideas are welcome. It would be nice to set up an informal standards committee to set standards for what is put on the web.

If you send me something, the material should be a form that I could easily put on the web. That way, I can get your gem on the web faster. Ideally, you should:

If you need some help with this, let me know; I am trying to remove barriers, not raise them.