RadSim was developed in the summers of 2005-06 by a research team of the Medical Physics Unit at McGill University. Steven Palefsky and Jason Yan (Junior Scientists), François DeBlois (Senior Scientist) and Frank Verhaegen (Team Leader). The program is intended for classroom teaching and self-teaching of radiation physics interactions in Medical Physics. The program can simulate individual interactions, or perform a Monte Carlo simulation of a number of particles with output statistics.
RadSim was developed partially with support of the McGill Teaching and Learning Improvement Fund (MTALIF)
• RadSim was developed for educational purposes.
• Use for research is discouraged.
• RadSim cannot be used for commercial purposes.
• The authors are to be acknowledged when using RadSim.