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GENIE Neutrino Event Generator & Global Analysis of Scattering Data (Official)

GENIE is an intl' collaboration of scientists developing well-known neutrino, charged lepton and BSM event generator

GENIE is an international collaboration of scientists that plays the leading role in:

  • the development of a modern and universal event generator framework and tools in support of neutrino experiments,
  • the consistent, validated and efficient implementation, within a common platform, of a constellation of alternative physics modeling elements for the simulation of neutrino, charged lepton, and hadron scattering off nuclei, as well as for the simulation of beyond the standard model processes,
  • the development, tuning and characterisation of novel comprehensive physics models including all processes and spanning the full kinematic space accessible by experiments,
  • the development of an advanced global analysis of neutrino scattering data.

You can find more details in our mission statement.

The GENIE collaboration maintains a suite of software products for the experimental neutrino community. Repositories for all our products are hosted in this official GENIE GitHub organization. Click here for a list and quick description of all repositories in this GitHub organization.

Several GENIE products, including all those related with the service component of our work, such as providing an event generator platform, physics model implementations and associated tools, have source code releases with a permissive license for typical academic use. Other GENIE products, especially those coupled with our dual function of developing a proprietary global analysis of neutrino scattering data do not have source code releases, as it is common practise for several HEP global analyses. Instead, it is our analysis results (physics tunes and uncertainty assignments) which are made publicly available through our event generator platform and associated uncertainty propagation tools. Please click here to see the GENIE copyright notice, and here to learn how to cite GENIE.

Information about the GENIE tools and physics content can be found in the as well as in our (draft) Physics and User manual and in our recent journal publications and conference talks

If you want to find more information or need help, join the GENIE Slack channel [You can join automatically with a cern.ch or a fnal.gov e-mail address, otherwise request an invitation], and feel free to join our monthly User Forum.

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  1. Generator Generator Public

    The popular GENIE Generator product is used by nearly all accelerator neutrino experiments and it plays a key role in the exploitation of neutrino data. The Generator implements a modern software f…

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  2. Reweight Reweight Public

    The GENIE Reweight product includes a collection of tools for propagating model uncertainties.

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  • Reweight Public

    The GENIE Reweight product includes a collection of tools for propagating model uncertainties.

  • Generator Public

    The popular GENIE Generator product is used by nearly all accelerator neutrino experiments and it plays a key role in the exploitation of neutrino data. The Generator implements a modern software framework and it includes state-of-the-art physics modules. It captures the latest results of the GENIE global analysis of neutrino scattering data and…

  • GENIE-MC.github.io Public

    Source for the official GENIE web page

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  • .github Public
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  • UnitTests Public

    General support tools, unit tests etc

    C++ 0 1 0 0 Updated Nov 27, 2019
  • AVS-CI Public

    Automated Validation Suite - Continuous Integration

    Python 0 1 0 0 Updated Nov 20, 2019
  • Lamp Public

    The "lamp" is a collection of scripts for building from scratch GENIE, including all the necessary external packages.

    0 1 0 0 Updated May 1, 2019

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