The simulator should be acknowledged in publications that include its results.
Users shoud let us know of any publications that use simulation results by sending an email to Tamás Várnai (email@example.com).
Users may not redistribute their login information to anyone.
Users are not allowed to use automated methods to run simulations via the web interface.
We do not guarantee the accuracy of simulation results, and are not liable for any damages that may result from using this website.
No support, consulting, training, or assistance is guaranteed.
User accounts may be terminated anytime at our discretion.
User data is used only for providing and improving our services.
We do not share with third parties any information about individual users.
We may publish anonymous statistics on the usage of the simulator.
This online simulator was created under the auspices of the I3RC (Intercomparison of 3-dimensional Radiation Codes) project.
I3RC was initiated by Robert Cahalan in the mid 1990s, with funding from the US Department of Energy Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program and the NASA Radiation Sciences Program, and with endorsements from the International Radiation Commission and the GEWEX project.
Its goals include:
This online simulator was created by Tamás Várnai and Alexander Marshak, with help/encouragement/support from (in ABC order): Robert Cahalan, Tim Champ, Belay Demoz, Damian Doyle, Don Engel, Carynelisa Haspel, Jay Herman, Lazaros Oreopoulos, John Riddle, Najda Villefranque, Zhibo Zhang.
The earlier version of the online simulator was created by Stefani Huang, Tamás Várnai, and Alexander Marshak.
To contact us, please send an email to Tamás Várnai (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Background photo: Clouds over Florida, by Tamás Várnai