Upcoming Events

30 - 1May,2017June,2017

International Conference on the IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme

International Conference on the IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme. 60 Years and Beyond. Contributing to Development.

IAEA Conference

The mandate of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is “to accelerate and enlarge the contribution of atomic energy to peace, health and prosperity throughout the world”. The IAEA’s technical cooperation (TC) programme is the main mechanism through which the IAEA delivers assistance to Member States.

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11 - 15June2017

ASTM E61 Workshop

ASTM Committee E61, Radiation Processing: Dosimetry and Applications.


This is the ninth edition of our International Workshop on Dosimetry for Radiation Processing. This event will be held from June 11th to 15th, 2017 at the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Toronto. This workshop is patterned on their previous eight successful workshops. It includes lectures, practical hands-on exercises, case studies and follow-up roundtable discussions, with emphasis on the application of ASTM and joint ISO/ASTM standards.

ASTM E61 2017


26 - 30June2017

Regional Training Course – Safe Operation of Gamma and e-beam facilities

Regional Training Course on safe operation of gamma and e-beam facilities for radiation processing (for operators and radiation safety officers)

Belgrade, Serbia 26-30 June 2017

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in collaboration with the Government of Serbia through our member the Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences organise a workshop to enhance and exchange knowledge and experience on recent approaches for safe operation of gamma and e-beam facilities for radiation processing.

The workshop will consist of presentations and group exercises covering topics related to new approaches for safe operation of gamma and e-beam facilities for radiation processing.

For more information contact:

Mr Slobodan Masic at the Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences slobodan.masic@gmail.com T: +381 11 3408449

2 - 7July2017

International Conference on Radiation Effects in Insulators

REI 19

REI in 2017 will be the 19th international conference dedicated to research relating to radiation effects in insulators and non-metallic materials. In 2017, discover REI in Versailles, a city which was shaped by French History and in particular under the period of King Louis XIV, at only 20 km from Paris.

Since its first edition held in 1981 in Arco, Italy, REI has been the international forum held every two years to present and discuss the latest achievements in the field of insulating materials modification through different kinds of radiation source (ions, electrons, neutrons…). The REI conference is one of the most prominent and long running conference series in the field of radiation effects in materials.

REI-19 is organized by several laboratories all members of the new Université Paris-Saclay and REI-19 is organized in cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency.

31 - 4July,2017August,2017

13th International Topical Meeting on the Applications of Accelerators

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The thirteenth international topical meeting on the applications of accelerators (AccApp’17) is organized by the Accelerator Applications Division of the American Nuclear Society (ANS) and the Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS).
The purpose of these topical AccApp meetings is to provide an international forum for discussing the various applications of particle accelerators.

21 - 25August2017

Radiochemistry & Nuclear Instrumentation (Low Level Radioactivity)


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European Summer Campus 2017 “Radiochemistry & Nuclear Instrumentation (Low Level Radioactivity)”

Strasbourg, France.

The European Summer School of the University of Strasbourg is a prestigious one-week meeting of Post-doc, PhD students and Master students from all over Europe. They present their research projects and attend lectures on some of the most recent topics in physics presented by internationally known scientists. The 2017 edition of the school is organized by the Faculty of Physics and Engineering of the University of Strasbourg together with the Institute for Nuclear Waste Disposal (INE) of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.

28 - 1August,2017September,2017

Conference on Nuclear Tracks and Radiation Measurement


The International Nuclear Track Society was created to gather the research community and was at the origin of the creation of the famous journal Nuclear Tracks and Radiation Measurements which later became Radiation Measurements. Many significant scientific achievements have been made by this community since the very first observation of damage trails created by 235U fission fragments in mica in 1959. Originally centered on nuclear tracks induced by ions and neutron in solids applied to nuclearphysics, astrophysics, radiation measurements and so on, the Conference has always evolved in response to new fields of applications such as fission track dating in the early years, to life and material sciences now.

10 - 13September2017

International Conference on the Development and Application of Nuclear Technologies (NUTECH)


The Conference has a long tradition in Poland. It has been organized periodically as a national symposium on application of nuclear technology in the industry, medicine, agriculture, and environment protection. The series of national meetings started in 1960 and continued till 2005. Since 2008 the Conference has already attained an international status.

The last Conference was organized by the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology in Warsaw. The main goal of the Conference is to bring together scientists working on nuclear technologies to discuss recent developments and applications. An important role of the Conference is to confront the opinions of scientists and key representatives of national and international regulatory bodies dealing with nuclear technology to plan further research and applications in this field. It is worth to mention that present connrefence will be held in the year of 150 aniversary of the birth of Maria Skłodowska-Currie.

7 - 11October2017

Miller Conference on Radiation Chemistry

The Miller Conference on Radiation Chemistry is an international meeting devoted to all aspects of Radiation Chemistry Research and Applications. It is held every two years and gathers scientists and technologists from all over the world, providing an important opportunity to exchange ideas between people with different backgrounds and to foster the professional growth of both early carrier and experienced researchers.

The aim of the Miller Conference is to have the best and most inspirational speakers and moderators that can stimulate the audience with their views on emerging research fields as well as with compelling questions that the scientific community should address. For this reason adequate time is provided for the scientific discussion during the sessions and for social activities.

The topics of the 30th Miller Conference will cover

  • Experimental and theoretical studies of the fundamental aspects of radiation science that constitute the knowledge base on which established and emerging applications must be built;
  • Cutting-edge applications of radiation chemistry that can provide the scientific community with new challenges and exciting directions in the field.

The 30th Miller Conference will give to early carrier investigators from different countries an opportunity of visibility, professional growth and networking with other researchers. To this aim, it will identify eight early carrier researchers as oral speakers in two dedicated sessions.

16 - 27October2017

World Nuclear University – Radiation Tech

World Nuclear University – Radiation Technology School

Leadership development programme for professionals in the radiation technologies

World Nuclear University

The World Nuclear University (WNU) School on Radiation Technologies will be held from 16 to 27 October 2017 in São Paulo, Brazil, in collaboration with the Nuclear and Energy Research Institute (IPEN/CNEN). The WNU School on Radiation Technologies (RT School) is a two-week programme aimed at future leaders in the radiation and radioisotope field.

Attendance at the Radiation Technology School is open to companies, governments, research institutions and regulatory authorities and will be of value to personnel who are expected to play key roles in the field of irradiation. The Radiation Technology School receives technical support from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the World Council on Isotopes.

The school aims to:

  • Provide a broad overview of the field of radioisotopes production and radiation technologies as well as the trends and main issues encountered by practitioners in this area.
  • Develop essential skills for leadership, communication and project management
  • Provide a unique opportunity to develop a worldwide network of radiation specialists.

Apply online at Deadlines
world-nuclear-university.org 3 February 2017 for IAEA funded applications, 16 June 2017 for Company funded applications

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