Conferences and Meetings on Radiochemistry & Nuclear Chemistry

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ARIS 2017 — Advances in Radioactive Isotope Science
ID
826697
Dates
28 May 2017 - 02 Jun 2017
Location
Keystone, Colorado, United States, United States
Abstract
Following the tradition of the ARIS meetings in 2011 (Leuven) and 2014 (Tokyo), ARIS 2017 will facilitate vibrant and extensive information exchange and collaboration among all the researchers in the field. The scientific program will highlight the most recent experimental and theoretical work in the field including, but not limited to, the following topics: - Nuclear structure and reactions - Nuclear astrophysics - Fundamental symmetries and interactions - Ground-state properties and fundamental constants - Nuclei at and beyond the drip lines - Heaviest elements and fission - Radioactive ion beam production, experimental developments and applications - Advances in nuclear theory
Contact
Alexandra Gade
Topics
rare isotopes, exotic nuclei, neutron-rich nuclei, nuclear structure, nuclear astrophysics, nuclear theory
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2.
 
PET/CT for the general radiologist
ID
880670
Start date
07 Jun 2017
Location
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Abstract
This event is aimed at clinicians, especially general radiologists who encounter PET scans as part of their daily work but don’t report them in addition to trainees. The aim is to give a basic understanding of the science underpinning PET, its indications, pitfalls and superficial image interpretation. It will conclude by summarising future tracer developments and imminent new indications for PET feature. Hear from high-quality speakers with vast experience in the world of PET/CT, including those from the West of Scotland PET centre, currently one of the busiest centres in the UK.
Contact
Malini Banerjee;     Phone: [2036682226];     Email: Malini.Banerjee@bir.org.uk
Topics
PET/CT, PET, CT, scans, scan, physics, radiochemistry, FDG, isotopes, patient preparation, guidelines, PACS, colorectal, upper GI, malignancy, head and neck, oncology, lymphoma, lung cancer
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Gordon Research Seminar on Nuclear Chemistry
ID
843253
Dates
17 Jun 2017 - 18 Jun 2017
Location
New London, United States
4.
 
Gordon Research Conference on Nuclear Chemistry
ID
843150
Dates
18 Jun 2017 - 23 Jun 2017
Location
New London, United States
5.
 
ICOND 2017 — International Conference on Nuclear Decommissioning 2017
ID
869996
Dates
27 Nov 2017 - 30 Nov 2017
Location
Aachen, Germany
Abstract
The closure and the decommissioning of nuclear power plants, particularly power reactors, pose high demands regarding planning and authorization to all parties involved. In the ongoing decade several nuclear power plants will be shut down due to their operating life and political decisions, not only in Europe but also worldwide. With regard to these circumstances there is a need for optimized decommissioning strategies, which have to be well coordinated among all participants.

The focus of this conference is set on the legal parameters in Germany. It also compares the degree of the decommissioning task with other countries e.g. South Korea. Apart from authorization and financial planning, change management plays an important role in the transition period from nuclear power plant to decommissioning project. The interim storage and disposal of radioactive waste, which will be decisive for future decommissioning projects, is another topic that will be covered at the conference.

Contact
Dr. John Kettler;     Phone: [+492402127505111];     Email: Kettler@nuclear-training.de
Topics
nuclear decommissioning, radioactive waste, radiation protection, decommissioning, demolition, high-active waste, nuclear fuel, nuclear power plant, nuclear faclity, final disposal, Rückbau, kerntechnische Anlage, Kernkraftwerk, radioaktiver Abfall, Kernbrennstoff, Strahlenschutz, Endlagerung, Endlager
Event website
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Last updated: 27 February 2017