Safeguards professionals who need to understand how statistical methods are used to assess safeguards effectiveness and those involved in the control and accountability of nuclear materials as part of an overall safeguards program.
To provide participants with statistical techniques for analyzing materials accounting data, shipper-receiver differences, and for evaluating measurement methods and detecting undeclared activities.
- Fundamental statistical principles
- Propagation of variance techniques
- Statistics methods applied to destructive and nondestructive measurement techniques
- Control charts and measurement control
- Statistical concepts applied to nuclear safeguards
Previous Course Title: Statistical Concepts in Safeguards (MCA-230)
Tuesday - Wednesday, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM and Thursday, 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM.
Please do not plan to leave the course earlier than noon on Thursday.
A schedule will be provided on the first day of the course. Coffee, tea, and water will be available during the morning and afternoon breaks. An option for attending a no-host lunch at the training site will be provided for all students. The anticipated cost for these lunches will be approximately $10/person. The money will be collected on the day the lunch is served.
We will be entering into the laboratory to perform some measurements. For safety purposes, please be sure to wear closed toe shoes.