The Division for Development and Public Relations  

 
J. JEHUDAH  WAGSCHAL,  PROFESSOR OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS 
Status : EMERITUS Birth place : BRESLAU, GERMANY
Office Phone: 02-658-4521 Fax: 02-658-4461
E-Mail: wagschal@vms.huji.ac.il
U.R.L:
 
Department Faculty  
RACAH INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS FACULTY OF SCIENCE Dept. Description
 
Academic Degree   Institution Year
Ph.D. HEBREW UNIV. 1965
 
Academic Position   Year
EMERITUS 2005
PROFESSOR 1983
ASSOC. PROFESSOR 1977
SENIOR LECTURER 1970
 
External Academic Positions and Awards
Research Assoc.: Brookhaven Nat'l Lab., 1965-66; Columbia
Univ. , 1966-68; Oak Ridge Nat'l Lab., Tenn., 1978-80;
Univ. of Tenn., Knoxville, 1979
Memberships and Fellowships:
Controller, Isr. Nuclear Soc., since 1973
 
Research Interests
Criticality safety.
Reactor physics and transport theory. Sensitivity and uncertainty analysis.
Cross-section adjustment and nuclear reactor surveillance dosimetry.
 
Research Projects
The formulation of the systematic analysis of experimental data
Data testing and cross section adjustment:
Sensitivity of adjustment to parameter correlations and to
Sensitivity of posterior parameter correlations and response
Cross section tuning as an adjustment:
 
Selected Publications
Publication Title   Year
Sensitivity of adjustment to parameter correlations and to 2012
Cross section tuning as an adjustment. 2012
Sensitivity of posterior parameter correlations and response 2012
Parameter tuning by integral responses and response-parameter 2008
Sensitivity of adjustment to response-parameter correlations. 2008
How important are response-parameter correlations? 2008
Cross section tuning. 2008
Comments on "Evaluation and Propagation of the 239Pu Fission 2007
Data analysis: Uncertainty, sensitivity, consistency and 2007
Generalized linear least-squares adjustment, revisited. 2006
Benchmark experiments consistency for nuclear data adjustment. 2006
Determination of consistent benchmarks used for nuclear 2005
When Even Pearlstein the "purist" engaged in adjustment. 2004
On the fission spectrum uncertainty. 2004
The fission spectrum uncertainty. In: 2004
Sensitivity - and uncertainty - based criticality safety 2004
Revisiting the LEPRICON methodology. 2003
Three stage adjustments of fluences, transport parameters and 2003
A note on how to iterate adjustment. 2002
Iterating adjustments for nonlinear responses. 2002
Actual and potential measurements of fission-rate ratios in the 2001
PV-Surveillance dosimetry and adjustment: Review of several 2001
Comments on 'Resonance Parameter Adjustment Methodology Based on 2001
Further Investigations of NIST Water Sphere Discrepancies. 2000
Criticality of bare spheres. In: 1999
Monte Carlo calculation of deep penetration benchmark 1999
Intercomparison of fission rates at the NIST iron sphere. 1999
One group transport calculations revisited. 1999
Sensitivity analysis of leakage spectra from iron spheres. In: 1998
Monte Carlo calculation of point-detector sensitivities to 1998
Simultaneous adjustment of cross-sections by critical-mass 1998
Iron-cross-section validation by analysis of the leakage 1997
Analysis of fission-rate-ratio measurements in the NIST iron 1996
Monte Carlo calculation of point detector sensitivities to cross 1995
Analysis of pulsed-sphere experiments as integral data for 1994
Analysis of experimental data: A general review with particular 1994
Needs for evaluated covariance data. 1993
The least-squares combination of correlated data is alive and 1993
Representation of the fission spectrum and multiplication 1992
CRISY: A critical assemblies documentation system. 1992
Uses and abuses of adjustment: A critical review of common 1992
Data testing of ENDF/B-VI fission spectrum representations. 1991
Neutron energy spectra in lithium: Measurements and 1990
 
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