The Atomic and Molecular Data Unit establishes and maintains numerical databases of fundamental data for fusion energy research, and facilitates collaborative international research in the production and evaluation of such data. Read more.

We're Hiring!29 April 2021

The AMD Unit is seeking to hire a one-year Special Service Agreement (SSA) Consultant to work on database infrastructure and software services: More details are available on the IAEA's recruitment website

Joint ICTP-IAEA Virtual Workshop on Atomistic Modelling of Radiation Damage in Nuclear Systems3 March 2021

A Virtual Workshop, for early-stage career researchers, on the atomistic modelling of radiation damage will be held from 4 – 8 October 2021 by the International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), in cooperation with the IAEA.

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Collisional cascade due to a 200 keV primary knock-on atom in tungsten
An illustration of the simulated collisional cascade in tungsten caused by the impact of a 200 keV neutron.
Image courtesy of Andrea Sand, University of Helsinki.