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Aljaž Kolšek
Works at UNED (Madrid, Spain)
Attended Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Lives in Madrid
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Aranjuez, España
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Yeah, it is Plaza de toros in Aranjuez. My spanish is not the best, but it should be one of the first with this design and everything. I'm currently working there and it's an amazing experience - especially the food with arroces.
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The Young Author Award was presented to:
Aljaž Kolšek from Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia, for the paper Using TRIGA Mark-II Research Reactor for Irradiation with Thermal Neutrons...

#nene2013  | #nuclearphysics  | #nuclearenergy
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Story
Tagline
Never does Nature say one thing and wisdom another.
Introduction
Interests:
  • Nature
  • Japanese Tea Ceremony
  • Tea & Beer Culture
  • Futsal
  • Mountain Climbing
  • Mountain Running
  • Mountain Biking
  • Nature Photography
  • Jazz Music
  • B&W Movies
  • Linux | OpenSUSE & Arch Linux | KDE SC
  • Free and Open Source Software

Professional Interests & Current Skills:
  • Nuclear Physics: Nuclear Fission and Nuclear Fusion
  • Nuclear Power and Fusion Power
  • Reactor Physics and Neutron Research Applications
  • Applications of Ionizing Radiation 
  • Particle Transport
  • Monte Carlo Simulations: MCNPX, MCNP6, PHITS, MCUNED
  • Scientific Programming: Python, Mathematica
  • Data Visualization: ParaView, VisIt
  • 3D Modelling
  • Gnuplot
  • Linux
Bragging rights
I know how to brew the perfect cup of tea.
Education
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
    Nuclear Physics, 2006 - 2013
  • First Grammar School Celje
    High School, 2002 - 2006
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Relationship
In a relationship
Work
Occupation
Nuclear Physicist
Skills
Monte Carlo Particle Transport Codes
Employment
  • UNED (Madrid, Spain)
    IAEA Fellowship, 2014 - present
    Training on the MCUNED code and its application. MCUNED is an extension of MCNPX developed by TECF3IR in 2009 to improve the simulation of light-ion environments were the neutron quantities are relevant.
  • Joseph Stefan Institute (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    Student, 2011 - 2013
    Neutron transport analysis, validation of nuclear data, designing of the computational models, Monte Carlo calculations, etc.
Places
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Currently
Madrid
Previously
Ljubljana - Polzela