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Branislava M. Mitrović

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University in Belgrade Department of Radiology and Radiation hygiene
Vladimir Shchedrenok

I am the chief of pain center of Saint Petersburg. My scientific interests are in beam diagnostics of brain and spine. It necessary for me because I am neurosurgeon.
Soile Tapio

The main focus of my research is the evaluation of genetic and epigenetic modifiers of organ response at low doses and low dose rates of ionizing radiation. The candidate pathways involved in the biological response are being tested by using phenotypically different mouse strains and genetically modified mouse models. The biological responses are measured as changes in the protein expression. The research goals include the evaluation of non-carcinogenic (cerebro- and cardiovascular) endpoints.
Sergei Baranovskii

Research interests of Prof. Sergei Baranovskii are devoted to optical properties of semiconductor quantum structures and to charge transport and optical properties of amorphous organic and inorganic materials. He is author and co-author of more than 220 publications in international journals, of 6 book chapters and the editor of two books.
Dejan Trbojevic

I continued to work on accelerators at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory - Batavia Illinois in western suburbs of Chicago, USA where I became the head of the Main Ring Accelerator. Moved 1992 to Brookhaven National Laboratory to become the Head Commissioner of the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider - RHIC. Expertise in the hadron cancer therapy (carbon and proton ions) with a design of the hadron synchrotron and carbon superconducting gantry.
Lubomir L. Traikov PhD.

Since 2002 to 2004- Postdoctoral training -NIPH, Tokyo, Japan Bulgarian Society for Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering-BSBPE- since 2012 to 2014 vice president of the society WHO-EMF-consulting committee for safety use of EMF-since 2000 Consulting Committee at Bulgarian Government on Disaster Management as an expert (radiation and nuclear hazard), since 2014; Author of more than 30 peer reviews papers and more than 130 reports. Author of two books.
Sergey Taskaev

Accelerator based epithermal neutron source for Boron Neutron Capture Therapy Therapy
Caradee Wright

I am a Principal Researcher in South Africa at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in the Climate Studies, Modelling and Environmental Health Research Group, leading the environmental health research team. My research focuses on personal solar ultraviolet radiation exposure, personal dosimetry, health risk assessment and skin cancer prevention.
Alicia Negron-Mendoza

I work at the National University of Mexico (UNAM) at Instituto de Ciencias Nucleres. My research area is Radiation chemistry. My research is focused in applying radiation chemistry tools to problems related to chemical evolution snd the origin of life.
Anton Fiskov

I have graduated from the Seversk state technological academy from Russia. My speciality is chemistry and technology of modern energetics materials. As for me, I am very interested in sciences: fluoride gases processes, sorption technologies, sorption purification of highly-enriched uranium hexafluoride, plasma-chemical processes and fabrication of ceramic products and new sorption materials, etc.

PHD Student, Junior researcher, Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics. Field of research: Mitochondrial potassium transport Functioning and regulation of mitochondrial ATP-dependent potassium channel Mechanisms of cardioprotection The role of mitochondrial ATP-dependent channel in protecting the heart from ischemia and infarction.
Irena Cespirova

Participation in R&D projects aimed at Response to Nuclear and Radiological Emergencies, at development and implementation of methods for monitoring teams, at strategy of monitoring. Member of the Emergency Team of the National Radiation Protection Institute at the position of the Head of Emergency Preparedness Division.
Elena Gershtein

Professor, principal researcher, Laboratory of Clinical Biochemistry, N.N.Blokhin Russian Cancer Research Center, Moscow. Since 1980s my research activities are devoted to the study and clinical application of such molecular biological markers as tumor associated proteases, angiogenic factors, and growth factor signal transducing proteins in various types of human cancer. Author of several books and more than 100 papers in refereed journals.

mage quality assessment, radiation dose measurement and radiation protection in medical imaging are my areas of interest. Currently, I am working on optimization of radiation dose and image quality in pediatric CT examinations. This involves manipulating various image acquisition and reconstruction parameters to reduce radiation dose while maintaining or insignificantly reducing the diagnostic quality of the image.
aleksandra stankovic

Profesor in Department of Hygiene, Faculty of Medicine, University of Niš, Serbia Date of birth: 6th April 1970. Place of birth: Niš, Serbia Education: ”¢ (2007) PhD in Medicine, Department of Hygiene, Faculty of Medicine, University of Niš, Serbia. Fields of research: Air quality, air pollution , water quality, water pollution, Nutrition and nourishment
Victor Gulbin

The EMR absorption coefficients’ ratio can be changed by carbon components in the composite. The radio protective materials with different fillers and relevant functions were obtained. The radio absorbing fillers on base of carbon components are used for protection against OHF range EMR. These filler/coating materials were used for technologies to manufacture radio-protective materials, radio absorbing filler materials on base of carbon fiber, radio-protective foam-glass, etc.
Sergey Nikiforov

Dr. Nikiforov worked in the field of solid-state dosimetry since 1995. In 1998 he defended Ph.D. thesis on the topic "Specific features of thermally stimulated luminescence of anion-defective Al2O3 single crystals". He attended conferences on solid-state dosimetry since 1998. In 2007 he was elected in International Solid State Dosimetry Organization. At present his investigations are concerned with role of deep traps in the mechanisms of luminescence of crystalline and nanostructured oxides.
Laura Basiricò

I received the M.S. degree in Physics from the University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, in 2008. In 2009, I joined the University of Cagliari with the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering as the Ph.D student. I received the Ph.D. degree in 2012. Currently my research activity in University of Bologna concerns the study of a novel class of materials, i.e. Organic Semiconducting Crystals, as next-generation of low-cost and room temperature direct X-ray detectors.
Peter Bossew

German Federal Office for Radiation Protection, Berlin Current main fields of work: Radio-ecology, in particular Fukushima; Radon; Monitoring networks; Stochastic modelling, geostatistics,mapping; Risk assessment
Gennaro (Rino) Conte

Dr. Conte serves as an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics at University Roma Tre. The research activity is focused on the fabrication of radiation detectors, on mono and polycrystalline diamond, sensitive to UV, XUV and X-rays. His current research concentrates on nuclear particles detectors for beam monitoring and imaging.
Hygreeva Kiran NAMBURI

I am a Research Scientist working in the fields of Nuclear and Non-Nuclear materials testing and evaluation. Primary research areas : 1. Fuel Inspections at Nuclear power plants 2. Materials testing - ThermoMechanical 3. Materials characterization - Advanced Microscopy techniques 4. Gamma Irradiation - Nuclear Materials, commercial materials 5. Finite element simulation - Thermomechanical. Department of Structural and Systems Diagnostics, CVRez, Czech Republic.
Dejan Markovic

Permanent adress: Faculty of Technology, University of Niš, 16000 Leskovac, Serbia; Major field of interest: Photochemistry of biologically important molecules; Radiation-induced membrane processes; Biophysics of photosynthetic processes; Photosynthesis pigments and interaction with solar radiation in vitro and in vivo.
Monica Dolha

Research assistant at Laboratory of Luminescence Dating and OSL/TL Dosimetry, Department of Environmental Analysis and Engineering, Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. My research is focused on environmental dosimetry by thermoluminescence method

Theoretician of nuclear reactions at low energy. Development of preequilibrium statistical models of nuclear reactions. Calculations of cross sections and derived quantities including production of medical radioisotopes. Construction of neutron stars. Fellow of the Institute of Physics (London) since 1996.
Grigory Arzumanyan

Affiliation: Joint Institute for Nuclear Research - international intergovernmental research centre located in Dubna, Russia. My research interests deals with optical microscopy ans spectroscopy, including Raman, CARS, SERS studies, as well as with up-conversion luminescence.
Galina Mironova

I am the heard of laboratory of the mitochondrial transport Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics RAS, and Professor Pushchino State University, Pushchino, Moscow Region. The main focus of my research is bioenergetics, membrane biology, structure and functions ions channels, cardioprotection, hypoxia adaptation, biomedicine. Co- author more then 100 publication and author of 3 book chapters.
Maria de Lurdes Dinis

Since 1999 she has been working with radionuclides from the uranium mining. Lately she also has been involved in the assessment of occupational exposure. Doctoral and a Master degrees in Environmental Engineering from Porto University and a graduation of 5 years in Mining Engineering. Her main research has been published in the NATO Books, IAEA Proceedings Books, Uranium Mining and Hydrogeology Books, Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, Journal of Radioprotection.
Vydmantas Atkocius

Medical physicist, clinical radiobiologist. Research interest: Clinical and experimental radiobiology, radiological and radiotherapy dosimetry, quality assurance, Cf-252 neutron brachytherapy and radiobiology, second primaries after photon or neutron irradiation, cost-effectiveness and infrastructure of radiation therapy. Advisor and head of 9-defended doctoral dissertations in radiation therapy, occupational and clinical dosimetry, co-author of 6 books, more than 25 peers reviewed papers.
Nelly Metlyaeva

I am a doctor of medical sciences, associate Professor. Work as leading science researcher in the clinical department of radiation medicine of FSBI GSC FMBC of A.I.Burnazyan FMBA of Russia. Engaged in the examination and treatment of patients, injured by different radiation accidents.
Aleksandra Angelesaka

The radiometric analysis of the samples was conducted by applying a γ-ray spectrometer with high purity germanium (HPGe), detector with 30% relative efficiency and energy.The total dose of 40K from this research is 0,5497 mSv/year, which means that it is lower than the recommended dose which is 1 mSv/year.

EXPERIENCE I am a research scientist at the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission, Kwabenya - Accra,and have been working there since August 2012 to date.My research interest lies with Nuclear Security,Radiation Shielding and Health Physics.Theoretical Evaluation of the Biological Shielding Sufficiency of the 1.7MV Pelletron NEC Particle Accelerator at GAEC.
Dr. Abd Elmoniem Ahmed Elzain Abd Elwahab

Researcher and Associate Professor in Physics(2010). Phys. Department, University of Kassala, Sudan(1995-2010); Physics Department, Qassim University, Saudi Arabia(2010 to now). Research interest: Radon and Radium Monitoring; Radiation protection and risk assessment; Radiation Measurements; Nuclear physics; Nuclear Shielding; Health and Medical Physics; Radiation Dosimetery; Radio-Ecology. Attended and Participated in 11 Conferences, more than 15 peers reviewed papers, 5 books in preparation
Peter C. Burns

Uranium mineralogy, geochemistry and nano chemistry. Neptunium and plutonium solid state and cluster chemistry. Nuclear waste management and environmental transport of actinides.
Ljiljana Bojic

I am nuclear medicine physician, employed at the Department of nuclear medicine, Clinic for Oncology and Radiotherapy,Clinical ceter of Montenegro, since 2010. I have finish my Master studies at the Institute of Endocrinology and metabisme disorders, School of medicine, Belgrade. I have started my doctoral studies 2010 (nuclear medicine. Area of inerest are nuclear oncology (hibrid imaging, especially PET/CT) and nuclear cardiology.

We work on the theoretical modelling of ion/laser irradiation of (free and environmented) clusters and molecules with a special emphasis on the analysis of properties of emitted electrons (kinetic energy and angular distributions). We consider applications to molecules of biologicial interest and to larger clustres of interest in materials. See
Vladimir Jurišić

Prof. Dr. Vladimir Jurisic, Internal Medicine specialist, is chief of Scientific projects in Serbia, entitled "A molecular, biochemical and immune diagnosis of tumors." Since one of the goals in medical science is reducing use of radioactive nuclides, he actively works to replace the radioactive method for the study of NK cells with other modern techniques such as flow cytometry and application in molecular diagnostics.
Jakub Beinstein

Graduated on Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering on Czech Technical University in Prague in 2011. Since 2011 works in nuclear research institute ÚJV Řež, a. s. in High-activity laboratory and Irradiation Experiments as memeber of radiation protection group.
Hamid Abdolllahi

PhD Candidate of Medical Physics, MS of Radiation Biology and Protection BS of Medical Imaging
Mariusz Kłosowski

I interested in thermoluminescence dosimetry, solid state chemistry and medical physics. I developed thermoluminescence systems foe two-dimensional dosimetry.
George Ryazantsev

Marya Kropacheva

Main part of my researches is a monitoring of artificial isotopes levels in biogeocoenoses components of river floodplain, which is influenced by nuclear fuel cycle facility. Also I’m interested in problem of sequential extraction of artificial isotopes from plant biomass and problem of artificial isotopes migration in "soil-rhizosphere-plant" system.
Yaroslav Zhydachevskii

I am engaged in materials science, my research interests are in optical and thermoactivation spectroscopy of point defects, transition metals and rare earth ions in complex oxide crystals; energy and charge transfer processes between point defects and activator; photochromic properties; optical and luminescence properties of new solid-state materials; thermoluminescent dosimetry.
Giulio Magrin

I work at EBG MedAustron, the Austrian center for cancer therapy with proton and carbon-ion beams. I investigate microdosimetry in the framework of ion-beam therapy to develop novel devices feasible for clinical applications. The research focuses on single-crystal chemical-vapor-deposition diamonds. Relevant issues concern the miniaturization of the devices, the response to radiation, the dependence on the geometrical characteristics of the sensitive volume, the biological compatibility.
Jozef Sabol

PhD., DSc., Assoc. Prof. Graduate from Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague. Engaged mainly in radiation protection and nuclear safety. Worked for several years for IAEA and lectured at a number of universities abroad and at home. Participated in many research projects, including EU projects on radiation protection, nuclear safety and CBRN.
Elena Antonova

My research fields are radioecology, radiobiology and ecotoxicology. I study remote conseqences of impact radiation and heavy metall on plant populations. We use different methods (allozymes, microsatellites, low molecular antioxidants etc.) for investigation of genetic and biochemical structure of natural plant populations. Also we study organism and population levels. Our work surveys to analize of seed quality (viability, radioresistance and mutability of seeds).
Brie Ioana-Carmen

Senior specialist radiation therapy, scientific researcher in the Department of Radiobiology and Tumor Biology of the Institute of Oncology "Prof. Dr. I. Chiricuta" Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Domains of interest in research: Predictive assays in oncology- new prognostic and/or predictive biomarkers; Molecular mechanisms of DNA lesions induction and repair, their relevance for treatment outcome in cancer; Tissue engineering and new biomaterials- implications in oncology
Dembo Judith Pena

PhD Student at Lithosphere Fluid Research Lab, Department of Petrology and Geochemistry, Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) Budapest. My research deals with radioactivity in building materials
Susanta Lahiri

Hevesy Medal Award - 2015 My main research interest are: Heavy ion activation, Production of neutron deficient radionuclides, converter targets, green chemistry in combination of radio analytical Chemistry Total number of publications in International journals 181
Dmitri Gudkov

Dmitri Gudkov is Head of Radioecology Department of the Institute of Hydrobiology in Ukraine. He is obtained his M.Sc. in Biology (1990), Ph.D. (1996) and D.Sc. (2006) in Radiation Biology from the T. Shevchenko National University of Kiev. Dmitri involved in studies devoted to radiation effects on aquatic species and behaviour of radionuclides in freshwater ecosystems within the Chernobyl exclusion zone.
Sergey Yudintsev

I am a specialist in field of scientific basis for management of radioactive waste derived in nuclear fuel cycle and for twenty years have been involved in research on various aspects of radioactive waste disposal problems: matrices for isolation of long-lived radionuclides of actinides and fission products, safe and sustainable development of nuclear energy, problems of minor actinides transmutation, thorium-fueled cycle and so on.

Radiation Physics, Radiation Protection and Radiation Dosimeters, Medical Physics
Ali Osman Cetinkaya

I am a masters student at Abant Izzet Baysal University, Turkey. I am working at the Center for Nuclear Radiation Detector Research and Applications. I have been working on Si based radiation detectors especially RadFETs, SIPM based scintillation detectors and CMOS devices.
Roman Sagaidak

I am a researcher of Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions in Dubna. My interests refer to mechanisms of reactions between complex nuclei at the Coulomb energies, simulations of experiments with heavy ions, data processing, stopping powers and ranges for heavy atoms in matter, synthesis and properties of nuclei of the heaviest elements.
Manuel Perez Martinez

Department of Radiology and Health Physics, OPHT and ORL.Faculty O Medicine,University of Málaga, 29071 Málaga.Spain. My scientific interests are in Radiation Protection; Radiation Measurements in the environmental and in hospitals.
Nikolai A. Sobolev

Nikolai A. Sobolev (University of Aveiro, Portugal) is one of the pioneers of implantation and radiation defect studies in quantum semiconductor structures. He published 130 articles in international peer-reviewed journals, held multiple invited talks at international conferences. He discovered the enhanced radiation hardness of superlattices, quantum dot nad quantum wire structures, as well as of quantum dot lasers in comparison to respective bulk materials and two-dimensional structures.
Kreshnike Dedushi- Hoti

MD , Radiologist UCCK Kosovo Prishtina PhD candidate
Dr Panakal John Jojo

Dean of Science at Fatima Mata National College (Autonomous), Kollam, Kerala, INDIA I am working on radiation dosimetry and health effects of natural radiation.
Ornella Ursini

I’m a researcher of National Research Council- Institute of Chemical Methodologies My researcher fields are:Synthesis of hybrid inorganic-organic materials by gamma irradiation. - Radiation grafting on inorganic surfaces. - Polymerization induced by gamma- irradiation:synthesis of porous organic monoliths. - Gamma irradiation of amminoacids. - Gas phase ion chemistry : FT-ICR
Galia Shulga

Dr.chem. (Polymer Chemistry); Dr.habil.chem. (Wood Chemistry). Leading researcher and a head of the research team in the Latvian State Institute of Wood Chemistry. Research interests: wood chemistry and technology, biorefining, biocomposites, environmental technologies.
SMJ Mortazavi

Professor SMJ Mortazavi serves as the president of the Ionizing and Non-ionizing Radiation Protection Research Center (INIRPRC). He has authored more than 100 papers including papers on the future role of radioadaptation in long-term stay of humans in space. Some of his papers on the health effects of exposure to high levels of natural radiation have been cited more than 100 times.
Maja Nikolić

I am an associate professor in the field of hygiene,chief of the Department of Social medicine and Hygiene with medical ecology Faculty of Medicine University of Niš, Serbia.
Maria Angela de Barros Correia Menezes

Chemical Engineering, M.Sc. in Nuclear Sciences, Ph.D in Chemistry, researcher at Brazilian Commission for Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Technology Development Centre, (CDTN/CNEN), Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Works with radiochemistry, mainly with neutron activation analysis, k0-method. Technical Manager of the Laboratory for Neutron Activation Analysis, professor at Post-graduation course/CDTN, supervising Master and Doctorate theses, coordinates projects financed by IAEA and Governmental Institutions.
Mirela Mihon

PhD Student and Chemist at the Horia Hulubei National Institute of Physics & Nuclear Engineering. My research activities are focused on development and validation of new analytical methods for radiopharmaceutical products using radio-HPLC,TLC and GC.
Yoshiaki Kiyanagi

I graduated from Hokkaido University in Japan in 1971, worked there for about 40 years, after then moved to Nagoya University. I am working there as a designated professor. My major is neutron science. I developed the highest performance low-energy neutron moderator used in J-PARC, SNS, ISIS etc. I have newly developed pulsed neutron imaging and I am responsible for the new imaging instrument at J-PARC. I am the chair of the JCANS (Japan Collaboration on Accelerator driven Neutron Source).
Renata Mikalauskiene

There is main information about my research in this page.
Zorica Becker-Kojic

Dr. Becker-Kojić has Bachelor in Chemistry at University of Belgrade, earned Ph.D. at University of Heidelberg, Germany. During her carrier she had held a senior research positions at the University of Heidelberg, University of New York, CIPF Valencia, as well as teaching position at Mannheim University of Applied Science, Germany. Currently she is Co-founder and the leading scientists at R
Alexander Grebenyuk

Alexander GREBENYUK he graduated from Military Medical Academy. He is a PhD (1995), Doctor of Science (2002), Professor of Toxicology and Radiobiology (2003), the Rector of the Institute of Postgraduate Education of the Russian Center of Emergency and Radiation Medicine EMERCOM of Russia (2014). His research interests include medical support of personnel and civilians in Mass Casualties Situations caused by exposure of radiation and chemicals.
Aleksandr Koziukov

A head of research-engineer group. Our team is responsible for providing electronic components radiation tests to different types of exposure such as atmospheric neutrons, heavy ions and protons, gamma irradiation and so on.
Natalia Khamidullina

I work in Lavochkin Association, Roscosmos. I am chief of Department "Research of radiation environment during S/C flights". My interests are S/C radiation environment and radiation effects in onboard electronic equipment, as well as some questions of planetary protection for interplanetary missions.
Goran Kolarevic

medical physicist (spec. of med. phy.) IMC Banja Luka Bosnia and Herzegovina
Vladimir Panteleev

Head of Laboratory of short-lived nuclei of Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Gatchina. The laboratory is based on ISOL facility named IRIS (Investigation of Radioactive Isotopes at Syncrocyclotron). The main directions of the laboratory work: investigation of properties of nuclei far from the region of beta-stability; development of new methods for the production of radionuclides, used in medicine for diagnostics and therapy.
Stanislav Geraskin

Doctor of Science (Radiobiology), Professor, Head of Plant Radiobiology and Ecotoxicology laboratory in the Russian Institute of Radiology and Agroecology. My research has focused on three major themes: -determining the effects of low-level chronic radiation exposures on the environment; -using plants for environmental health assessment; -using nuclear applications as powerful tools for understanding fundamental biological and ecological processes.
Erinda Ndrecka

I work at the Faculty of Natural Science, University of Tirana, Albania. My phd subject is the stydy of ancient ceramics.
Simonida Crvenkova

According to the literature, performance status, stage-tumor dimension and nodal status, weight loss, were the most important prognostic factors for survival in patients with locally advanced non-small cell lung cancer. To evaluate the treatment results and prognostic variables in our patients, study of 85 patients was randomly assigned to one of the two treatment arms, sequential arm and concurrent consolidation group.
Marina V. Filimonova

PhD, Head of Radiation Pharmacology Laboratory Medical Radiological Research Center, Health Ministry of Russia. In this study, we investigated the possibility of using inhibitors of nitric oxide synthases as medicaments.
Seung Soo Kim

Company : Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute E-mail : Tel. : +82-42-868-8524 Major : Chemistry Interest Area : 1. Decontamination of radioactive soil and concrete 2. Selective removal of uranium from acidic waste solution
Vera Pozolotina

Head of Laboratory of Population Radiobiology, Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology, Russian Academy of Sciences. Address: 8-Marta Str., 202, Yekaterinburg, 620144, Russia, e-mail: Member of good standing of the International Union of Radioecology. Executive Editor-in-Chief of Russian Journal of Ecology. Professor of Urals Federal University, biological faculty. The publications are located on the site
Neslihan Sarıgül

Cavity Theory Radiation Dosimetry EGSnrc Monte Carlo Programme Thermoluminescence and Optically Stimulated Luminescence
Natalya Konovalova

I was graduated from Moscow Chemical technical Institute by named D.I.Mendeleev. My speciality is radiochemistry. I have about 50 scientific works. I am interested in sciencts: radiochemistry, chemistry of lanthanides and actinides elements, new sorption materials, etc.
Dagmara Wróbel

I am PhD student at the Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences in Krakow,Poland. My research focus on optically stimulated luminescence and thermoluminescence dosimetry and the studies of new luminescent materials.
Bojan Strbac

Currently, I am part of medical team of the radiotherapy center which is operating almost four years in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The center has four bunkers: three operational bunkers for teletherapy one for brachytherapy. These bunkers are equipped with Varian Medical Systems equipment to provide teletherapy (both 3D conformal therapy, IMRT and VMAT/RapidArc) and brachytherapy.
Sergey Karpenko

I’m student of National Research Nuclear University MEPHI (IATE). I work in Medical Radiologycal Research Center (MRRC) of Obninsk. My research is to estimate the risk of the incidence and mortality of cerebrovascular disease among Chernobyl emergency workers.
Vasyl Gritsyna

Associated Prof. at V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Ukraine) is specialized in the field of radiation effects in high-temperature dielectrics and metal nanoparticles in/on insulators. Research is conducted by using irradiation with UV-, X-rays, electrons, neutrons and ions for exploration of the change of structural, mechanical and electronic properties of materials. Obtained data are used to elucidate the applicability of materials in dosimetry and radioactive waste disposal.
Dmitry Boychenko

Deputy CEO at SPELS, Moscow, Russia Received PhD in electronics in 2009 in Russian National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, fields of interest: radiation effects modeling in integrated circuits, analog devices and MEMS; radiation hardness assurance testing.
Asiya Iksanova

I’m a radiotherapist, I work in Russian Scientific Center of Roentgenoradiology, Moscow, Russia. I’m interested in gynecological oncology. We consider, that adjuvant chemoradiation therapy with preventive irradiation paraaortic area might improve progression free survival and overal survival for patients with high risk endometrial cancer II-III FIGO stages. And we want to report about our study and our results.
Dražan Jaroš

holds Master degree in physics (Medical physics). Currently working in International medical centers Euromedic, Banja Luka.
Stanislav Pavelka

Assoc. Prof. Stanislav Pavelka, PhD is a Senior Scientist, head of the Department of Radiometry, Institute of Physiology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in Prague and Associate Professor of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic. Currently, Dr. Pavelka’s research is focused on the development of radiometric enzyme assays.
Petr Kuča

M.S. in nuclear sciences and physical engineering, Tech. University, Prague; Research activities/interests include monitoring, esp. Early Warning Systems (national/international levels), methodology, design and performance of rad. monit. networks, EP&R (radiation protection) both methodology and practical performance, inc. application of systems for modelling atmospheric dispersion and its consequences; head of Analytical Expert Group Dep. of Emergency Preparedness Division of SURO;
Goran Jovanović

Affiliation: Medical faculty University of Niš, Dental Clinic - from 1990. Tittle: Full professor, from 2012. Doctoral thesis: Effect of laser on primary and secondary healing of postextracted and surgical wounds in oral cavity, 1998. Postgraduated thesis: Clinical and micromorphological mucosal changes of Sinus maxilaris aperta after tooth extraction, 1996. Specialisation: Oral surgery, 1994. Integrated study of dental studies, 1988. Papers on SCI or SCIe: 11
Ljiljana Kesić

Affiliation: Medical faculty University of Niš, Dental Clinic - from 1990. Tittle: Full professor, from 2012. Doctoral thesis: Comparative investigation of changes in oral cavity of diabetic patients, 1997. Postgraduated thesis: Investigation of microbial phlora in periodontal pockets of diabetics I - II, 1989. Specialisation: Oral medicine and periodontology, 1994. Integrated study of dental studies, 1986. Papers on SCI or SCIe: 23
Svetlana Artamonova

e-mail: Senior researcher of the V.S. Sobolev Institute of Geology and Mineralogy SB RAS, Russia. I’m interested in geochemistry of technogenic pollution. I study aerosol, surface and groundwater migration of radionuclides and rare elements in areas: 1) of nuclear fuel cycle plants; 2) of peaceful underground nuclear explosions (PUNE), performed in 1974- 1988.
Nawaf Alshammari

Research Scientist in KACST from Saudi Arabia and interested in developing science of radiation protection. Bachelor of Physics and search for acceptance to the study of radiation protection in the master
Perihan Unak

Synthesis and radiolabeling of nanoparticles
Cátia Saueia

Radioecology and Radiochemistry: determination of natural radionuclides in environmental samples, NORM and TENORM.
Marcelo Nisti

Radioecology and Radiation Measurements: determination of artificial and natural radionuclides in environmental samples, NORM and TENORM.
Amina Selimovic

I am Amina Selimovic, specialist of pediatric pulmonology, currently working on pediatric clinic at university clinical center of sarajevo. Our work is a evaluation of chest drainage in 181 patients recived in our clinical center in sarajevo, who are treted by this method. It is important to see how much chest drainage is good method and how quickly can patients be recovered .
Beata Kozlowska

I am interested in environmental studies with the use of modern alpha, beta,gamma - spectrometry systems. I am also interested in dosimetric studies carried on in the vicinity of medical accelerators in the radiotherapy departments in hospitals. For that purpose I use mainly the TLD technique.
Anatoly Titov

Head of Quantum Chemistry Laboratory, PNPI: Research interests: Theory of relativistic effective core potentials (RECPs or pseudopotentials) for high precision calculations; electronic structure restoration in core regions of heavy atoms-in-compounds after its RECP calculation; embedding potential;
Gabriele Maria Grittani

I am Junior Researcher at ELI-Beamlines and PhD student at Czech Technical University. My focus is on applications of laser-plasma generated electron beams. I am working on a beamline to deliver those beams to the user station.
Concepción Dueñas

Professor of Department of Appied Physics in Faculty of Sciences of Malaga University (Spain).My scientific interest is the Radiation Proteccion and radiation measurements in the Environment.
Shpresa Thomaj

I am an obstetric-gyneacology in University Hospital "Queen Geraldine" in Tirana, Albania. I am interested in the field of prenatal diagnosis of hemoglobinopathies.
Alessandro Varriale

I am 27 years old. I have a degree in physics. I work on radioprotection of astronauts in long-term space missions, testing new materials to be used as spacecraft shield.
Akper A. Feyzullayev

Professor and head of Fluid Dynamics of Sedimentary Basins department at Institute of Geology and Geophysics of Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences (ANAS). One of the leading specialists in Azerbaijan republic with over 40-year activity in the areas of petroleum systems, mud volcanism, fluid dynamics, fluid geochemistry, and geoecology. He has been an expert and principal investigator of many international projects, publishing over 190 publications in the leading scientific journals.
Čedomir Vasić

Čedomir Vasić, borned 1961, Master degree on ”žFaculty of electronics“ University of Niš. ”žMicrosoft“, ”žShimadzu“ and ”žAgfa-Medical-Systems“ Cerified system engineer. Employed as consultant in ”žAmiral-Medical-Systems Niš“ company for distribution and service of x-ray equipment.
Milena Rajic

I work at Department of Nuclear Medicine, University of Niš Medical School and Clinical Centre, Niš, Serbia I work nuclear medicine imaging and therapy with radiopharmaceuticals.
Chingiz Aliev

Ch.S.Aliev carried out researches for studying of natural radioactivity and problems of medical geology. He has studied the natural radioactivity of Azerbaijan territory and made the map of the natural radioactivity. He carries out researches for studying of the radioactive fields of mud volcanoes. In the field of radioecology he has made maps of the radioactive background of different oil-extracting areas, parceled out the radionuclide pollution areas and showed its formation mechanisms.
Bojana šećerov

senior research associate and person in charge of radiation dosimetry at Radiation Unit in Gamma Laboratory in Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia
Jan Helebrant

working in Analytical Expert Group Dep. of Emergency Preparedness Division of SURO; scope of work: airborne & ground radiation mapping, GIS, data visualization more info:
Johannes Rahm

I am a Phd student at the national metrology institute Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) in germany. My research topic is the determination of the stopping power of water in its liquid phase for carbon ions with energies of 1 MeV up to 6 MeV.
Lubomír Gryc

M.S. in nuclear sciences and physical engineering, Tech. University, Prague
Lucía Adriana González López

I am studying master ´s degree in Earth Sciences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), where I conduct a research about chemistry evolution of life at Radiations Chemistry Laboratory at the Institute of Nuclear Sciences. My work focuses on the simulations of primitive environments such as hydrothermal vents to determine the role of radiation, temperature and pressure in organic molecules.
Pedro Teles

Main Scientific Areas of Research - Computational Dosimetry - Medical Physics - Nuclear Protection and Nuclear Safety. - Radiation Physics
Dimitrije Maletic

I’m a scientific associate employed at Institute of Physics Belgrade. I’m interested in natural background radiation, but also in Cosmic ray physics, MC simulations and computing.

I am Nuclear and Health Physicist of Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission, working at the Secondary Standard Dosimetry Laboratory. My specialty on research is based on radiotherapy dosimetry, QA/QC of diagnostic radiology and radiation protection in medicine. My post-graduation is from the Kyungpook National University, South Korea. Beside this, I am very much interested in photo-nuclear technologies for radioisotope production.
Kaglyan A.Ye.

I’m interested in radioecology of the fish
Michael Sadel

I am PhD student at the Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences in Krakow, Poland. I am interested in proton therapy, thermoluminescence and optically stimulated luminescence detectors and its use for therapeutic proton beams mainly for dosimetry purposes.
Mariia Zadneprianetc

I am a Junior Researcher with the Molecular Radiobiology Group at the Laboratory of Radiation Biology of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (Dubna, Russia) and a PhD student at Dubna University. My research interests focus on DNA damage induction and repair in normal human fibroblasts exposed to ionizing radiation of different quality (γ-rays and accelerated heavy ions). In our study, we use immunocytochemistry, fluorescent microscopy, cytometry, and RT-PCR methods.
Monika Paluch-Ferszt

I am PhD student at the Department of Nuclear Physics and Its Applications, Institute of Physics, University of Silesia,Poland. I am interested in dosimetric studies carried on in the vicinity of medical accelerators in the radiotherapy departments in hospitals. For that purpose I use mainly the TLD technique.
Konrad Tudyka

I am a physicist at the Silesian University of Technology (Poland). My research interests include low level radiation measurements, radiation detectors design and C-14.
Eser Uçar

PhD student at the Ege University Institute of Nuclear Sciences Turkey. I am interested in synthesis and radiolabeling of solid lipid nanoparticles.
Selma Milišić

I have finished Faculty of Medicine in Sarajevo. I done my internship. Our work about "pneumothorax" is the first work from this field in Bosnia.
Emilija Stošić

I am an oral surgery specialist, investigating the effect of radiotherapy on malignant tumors of the oral cavity.
Mitra Momenzadeh

I have been working in Isfahan university of medical sciences as an expert on medical equipments and supervisor of medical imaging centers since 1998.Now I’m Msc student in ACECR Institute of higher education(Esfahan branch). Resarch area:Mammography
Aleksandra Sandalevskaya

I am an attending physician at the department of Functional and Ultrasound Diagnostics. I dealt with different kinds of diseases especially oncological ones. The field of my special interest is colorectal cancer. My scientific interest lies in the field of ultrasound diagnostics of colorectal cancer especially the cases of recurrences of a rectal cancer. My activity is aimed at systematization of ultrasound criteria of rectal pathology and optimization of diagnostic algorithm.
Slavica Brkić , at Faculty of Science and Education , University of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. My interested in nuclear physics and teaching of physics.
Timur Zhdanov

I`m PhD student in the V.S. Sobolev`s Institute of Geology and Mineralogy of the Siberian Branch of the RAS. Currently my research field is problem of the radon and thoron distribution in the environment.
Christina Ganzha

Leading engineer of Radioecology Department of the Institute of Hydrobiology in Ukraine. Field of research: radioecology, analytical chemistry, hydrobiology. The main area of scientific interest is connected with investigation of physicochemical forms of strontium-90 and caesium-137 in the components of aquatic ecosystems.
Mikhail Melgunov

I am a senior staff scientist in Sobolev Institute of Geology and Mineralogy Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia. My main fields of research are the geochemistry of radioactive and rare elements in exogenous processes and the environmental geochemistry of natural and induced radionuclides.
Valery Nikulin

Dense Plasma Physics, Plasma Application. Dense Plasma Physics Laboratory at the P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences.
Volkan Tekin

PhD student at Institute of Nuclear Science, Ege University, Turkey. Radiolabelling, nanoparticles and bacteria are my research topics.
Andrei Zaitsevskii

principal researcher at Chemistry dept., Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia group leader at Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Gatchina, Russia email: homepage: current research activities: - ab initio calculations on electronically excited states of heavy-element containing molecules and transition properties - theoretical modeling of properties of superheavy elements - theoretical chemistry of light transuranium
Irina Mitroshina

I’m interested in radiobiological research. Work of our laboratory includes different fields such as changes in nuclear and mitochondrial genomes after medical radiotherapy.
Bartosz Kiełtyka

I am a PhD student at the Jagiellonian University, and also I work as a medical physicist in radiotherapeutic hospital. My studies are related to the work that I am doing. These studies concern the portal dosimetry and dosimetry transmission.
Borko Basarić

Education: Master of Science (medical physics) Faculty of Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia Working experience: Oncology Institute of Vojvodina, Physicist in training (from 2010)
Igor Stojkovski

My current research interest is in the field of radiotherapy in High Grade Glioma, in particular different approaches in definition of target volumes and impact of definition of volumes on treatment toxicity.
Branislava Tenjovic

I am PhD student from Serbia, chemistry studies, my field of interests is radiochemistry and i work at my University as a chemist at Department of Nuclear Physics
Kinga Szacsvai

Lecturer at Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Faculty of Science and Arts, Environmental Science Department, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. My research field: environmental radioactivity, radon thoron distribution solid track detectors use in radon and thoron concentration measurement
Mehmet Yüksel

Institution:Cukurova University Faculty of Arts and Science Physics Department, Adana, TURKEY Scientific Interests: Radiation Dosimeters (TLDs, OSLDs), Radiation Physics, Radiation Protection
Mustafa Topaksu

Institution:Cukurova University Faculty of Arts and Science Physics Department, Adana, TURKEY Scientific Interests: Radiation Dosimeters (TLDs, OSLDs), Radiation Physics, Radiation Protection
Ozge Kozgus Guldu

My experience on synthesis and characterization of novel radiolabeled agents with diagnosis and/or therapy potential on Nuclear Medicine and Biochemistry. I have carried out various radiolabeling studies, determined optimum reaction conditions, performed quality control studies utilizing different methods (TLRC, Solvent extraction, HPLRC, Paper electrophoresis) and investigated biological characteristics of radiolabeled agents on animals and cancer cells.
Katarzyna Walczak

I’m a MSc working in Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine in Lodz in Poland, in Radiation Protection Department. I’m interested of evaluation of human exposure to radon in the workplace and leisure. I am interested in the effects of radon exposure impact on human health.
E_ Mohamed Ahmed

PhD student in medical physics in sudan university with thesis evaluation of patient and staff doses in interventional radiography, MSc in medical physics in sudan university, Bsc honer in medical physics in medical physics, work in elmek nimer university hospital in centre of nuclear medicine and tumor therapy department of medical physics also work as a patimer lecture in sudan university and supervisor and co for many students.
Jin Kyu Kim

I have been involved in research activities on biological effects of ionizing radiation. In specific, many research articles of mine are regarding the synergistic interacction and cell responses to combined action of ionizing radiation with environmental factors. I am currently an editor of ’International Journal of Radiation Research, and International Journal of Low Radiation.
Yordanka Gluhcheva

I am an Assistant professor in the Institute of Experimental Morphology, Pathology and Anthropology with Museum - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. I study the biological effects of heavy metals on rodents (mouse, rat) after chronic exposure. My colleagues and I investigate the biodistribution of cobalt, cadmium and lead as well as the histological and biochemical alterations which they induce on mice (mature and immature)after short or long-term exposure.
Viacheslav Sukhov

Chief of Nuclear Medicine Dept., Naval Therapy, Associate Professor CME Chair, Military Medical Academy, Chief of Nuclear Medicine Dept., NRCERM EMERCOM Russia, St. Petersburg, Russia, Academician of Peter’s the I-st Academy of Sciences & Arts Interests: Medical/iatrogenic radiation expose assessment and reduction
Migue Carvajal

I was born in 1977 in Granada(Spain) and studied there, MsC in Physics and PhD degree in Electronic Engineering. I am working as Assistant Professor at the University of Granada. My research is focused in the development of instrumentation for different type sensors, as, for example, MOSFETs for gamma-ray dosimetry; chemical sensors for gas concentration or electrochemiluminescent sensors.REgards!!
Jan Hansman

University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Physics, Laboratory of Nuclear Physics Gamma - spectrometry HPGe, GmX HPGe & NaI(Tl) detectors Dosimetry Radon measurements Electro-magnetic field and Grounding measurements
Andreyan Osipov

Prof. Andreyan N. Osipov (born October 09, 1969) is Head of the Laboratory for Radiation Biophysics at the State Research Center - Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center of the Russian Federal Medical Biological Agency. His current research interests are focused on study of the mechanisms underlying cellular responses to radiation exposure: DNA damage recognition, signal transduction and DNA repair, cell cycle checkpoint activations, cell death.
Denis Firsanov

Chief of laboratory of dosimetry and radiation safety Department of Nuclear Medicine NRCERM EMERCOM of Russia, Research associate in laboratory of chromosome stability Institute of cytology RAS. PhD. Research interests: dynamics of DNA double-strand breaks repair after ionizing radiation, bystander effect, DNA repair regulation, epigenetics.
Konstantin German

Nuclear chemist in field of technetium
Ruslan Spirov

Junior researcher at the Institute of radiobiology of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. Research interests include the study of the influence of microbiological factors on the biological availability of radionuclides in the soil.
José Pinela

PhD student at the Mountain Research Centre (CIMO), Polytechnic Institute of Bragança, and REQUIMTE, University of Porto, Portugal. I am interested in new and emerging food preservation technologies: gamma-irradiation, modified atmosphere packaging and high pressure processing. My homepage: and ResearcherID: B-4466-2014
Amrit Singh

Research scholar at Department of Physics, Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Longowal. My scintific interests are in radiation physics and bremsstrahlung processes and its applications
Benedikt Bergmann

I am PhD student working in the insitute for Experimental and Applied Physics, Czech Technical University in Prague. I am mainly dealing with the evaluation of the data taken with silicon hybrid pixel detectors (Timepix) in different radiation fields.
Saša Rančev

PHD Student; Department of Physics, Faculty of Science and Mathematics, University of Niš, Serbia; Leading Quality Control Engineer in Photon Optronics (Serbia); Field of research: Physics of Ionized Gases and Plasma, Optimisation and manufacturing of electronic optical devices and image intensifiers.
Reinhard Schulte

I have a physics diploma and a doctoral medical degree from German universities. Currently, I am professor in the School of Medicine at Loma Linda University and visiting professor at UCSF where I support the development of a national research center for charged particle therapy. My research interests are Monte Carlo calculation of radiation interaction, biologically-weighted treatment optimization and delivery for particle therapy, proton CT, and second cancers after low-dose radiation.
Audun Sanderud

Associate professor, Department of Life Sciences and Health at Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norway. Research on medical imaging, radiation protection and radiation damages in organic molecules.
Slobodanka Galovic

Vinca Institite of Nuclear Sciences
Mossang Daniela

I am physicist in the Laboratory for the Hygiene of Radiations, Public Health Authority of Dolj County, Romania. The activity in our lab consists in: 1. providing sanitary authorising to the labs working with ionising radiation; 2. providing radio-protection for those professionally exposed and to the patients; 3. monitoring edible water and food; 4. monitoring the population around the nuclear power plant in Kosloduy, Bulgaria.
Alexey Safonov

PhD, Head of biotechnology and radioecology group, Senior Researcher of Frumkin"s Institute of Physical Chemistry Russian Academy of Science, Key words: microbiology of radioative waste repositories, biogeochemistry, IN SITU bioremediation, biotreatment of waste, radiosensevity, radioecology, uranium mill tailing, algae, flow-through filter, bioreactors, bioelectrochemistry, Tc-99, transuranium nuclides, fission products, radiomedicine
Agata Walencik-Łata

I work at the Department of Nuclear Physics and Its Applications, Institute of Physics, University of Silesia, Poland. I am interested in determination of natural radionuclides in environmental samples.
Kemal Firat OGUZ

Ph.D. student, Institute of Nuclear Sciences at the Ege University
Wojciech Gieszczyk

I am a young researcher at the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences in Krakow, Poland. I am interested in luminescent dosimetry, mainly in the field of high dose (>1kGy) measurements. My PhD thesis describes some effects observed for LiF:Mg,Cu,P TL detectors irradiated with doses up to 1MGy. My current work is focused on searching new TL/OSL dosimeters, usually in the form of complex oxides crystals grown by Micro Pulling Down and Czochralski methods.

I’m in majoring medical physics under the application of imaging modalities in cancer diagnosis and treatment. After M.Sc, I started Ph.D. in Tarbiat Modares University and I have worked on different projects and topics in cancer treatment and imaging modalities. I’ve gotten my second PhD in Geneva University and also I had experience as Post-Doc in France. since few months ago, I’ve started to work as an assistant professor in SKU university.
Radmila Panajotović

My scientific background is in the field of electron spectroscopy of atoms, small molecules and biomolecules with self-assembling properties, such as DNA, lipids, proteins. I study the physical and chemical effects of charged particle-biomolecule collisions, as well as the influence of charge in model-membranes. The experimental techniques I presently use in my research are Scanning Probe Microscopy, FT-IR, ellipsometry, and the XPS and NEXAFS (only when allocated the beam time).
Mirjana Cvijovic

Phd, Physical Chemist, Vinca Institute of Nuclear Science, Laboratory for Physical Chemistry Investigation in area of Chemical Applications of Group Theory, Depleted Uranium in Soil, Equilibria in Metal and Amino Acid solutions, Application of ESI-Tandem Mass and Maldi Mass Spectrometry for Metal Complexation Reaction with Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics, Special scope:Mass spectrometry in biological systems
José Pinela

PhD student at the Mountain Research Center (CIMO), Polytechnic Institute of Bragança, and REQUIMTE, University of Porto, Portugal. I am interested in new and emerging food preservation technologies: gamma-irradiation, modified atmosphere packaging and high pressure processing. Homepage:
Senay Sahin

My thesis subject relates to the marine pollution and I have measured natural (210Pb, 210Po, 238U, 232Th, 40K, 7Be) and artificial (137Cs) radionuclides by HPGe detector. I would like to evaluate the history of the pollutants associated with the heavy metals.
Ekaterina Chesnakova

I’m junior researcher at Medical Radiological Research Center of the Hertsen FMRC MH RF. I am interested in researching effects of endogenous nitric oxide modifiers in vascular disorders, processes of tumor’s growth and formation of radiation-induced injury.
Seungjae Lee

Doctor degree student at Department of Radiological Science, College of Health Science, Yonsei University in Korea Molecular Imaging Lab.
Chae Young Lee

Doctor degree student at Department of Radiological Science, College of Health Science, Yonsei University in Korea. - Molecular Imaging Lab. - PET,CT,Medical Imaging
Ana Pejovic-Milic

Professor and Chair of the Department of Physics at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada. Main research interests are in Medical Physics, in vivo and ex-vivo trace elements analysis in humans, bone strontium, aluminum, manganese, and magnesium, nuclear analytical methods for medical applications, X-ray fluorescence (XRF) and its in vivo application, in vivo neutron activation analysis (IVNAA). More information is available at:
Hyun-Tai Chung

I am working as a medical physicist at Seoul National University Hospital, Korea. I got my Ph.D. majoring nuclear physics experiment in 1995 and have been worked for 17 years in Gamma Knife Surgery. Recently, I am interested in heavy ion therapy using carbon ions are participating in desiging a scanning beam delivery system for a multi-purpose heavy ion linear accelerator which is supposed to be built till 2021 in Korea.
Farid Ahmadov

I am PhD in radiation physics. I work for 8 years in areas: preparation technology of radiation detectors and investigation radiation hardness of semiconductors. The aim of my research work is to prepare scientific basis of new diode which has high radiation hardness based on simple-compound semiconductors and provide practical suggestions for design new radiation detector based on it.
Ekaterina Klementjeva

I work at radioecological laboratory of Radiobiologycal institute of the Belarusian Academy of Sciences in Gomel. I am concerned with radiobiology and especially with radioecology. I deal with the behavior of radionuclides in various ecosystems, their inclusion in trophic chains and factors influencing these processes. I concern with decision of the problem to migration of naturally occurring radionuclides in drinking and groundwater.
Jerzy Olszewski

I work in the Department of Radiological Protection Institute of Occupational Medicine in Lodz. We measure radon concetration in mines and houses, geothermal SPAs, and underground tourist routes. I’m also interested radiological protection of workers in nuclear medicine. I am a PhD.
Jose-Luis Gutierrez-Villanueva

My research area is radon gas, gamma spectrometry and LSC with a particular focus on natural radioactivity. My Ph.D. Thesis concerned itself with radon measurements in air, soil and water. Alongside the experimental measurements, In relation to modelling, I have an in-depth knowledge of Monte Carlo techniques. I am the Secretary of the Executive Committee of ERA (European Radon Association)
Valma Prifti

Valma PRIFTI has graduated the Polytechnic University of Tirana, Master degree in Telecommunications, Electronic Engineering (2007), than graduated the Economic Faculty, University of Tirana, with Master degree at Business Administration (MBA) (2011). Currently she is Professor within the Department of Economic Engineering at Polytechnic University of Tirana. She is a PhD student at the School of Doctorate at the Department of Mathematics at the Faculty of Natural Scientist, University of Tirana
Roxana Radu

PhD Student, Research Assistant at National Institute of Material Physics, Romania. The main focus of my research is the generation, time evolution and impact on the electrical performance of n-type silicon diodes impaired by radiation induced defects.
Sandra Cabo Verde

PhD in Microbiology, Reseacher at the Centre of Sciences and Nuclear Technologies, Sacavém, Portugal. My research focus on the effects of ionizing radiation on microorganims (bacteria, fungi and human viruses) in several substrates (e.g. food, water, wastewater, art objects).
Igor Alekseev

Doctor of Science; V.G. Khlopin Radium Institute (194021, Saint-Petersburg, Russia), Head of Laboratory of Metrology of Nuclear Irradiations; Research Field: Radiochemistry, Nuclear Chemistry, Radiation Physics, Nuclear and Mossbauer Spectroscopy. E-mail:
Mehdi Tereesh

Dr. Mehdi Tereesh working in Tajoura Nuclear Research Center Radiochemistry departmant .head of radioactive waste treatment section in the departmant and sintific researcher.
Mehmet Yüksel

Institution:Cukurova University Faculty of Arts and Science Physics Department, Adana, TURKEY Scientific Interests: Radiation Dosimeters (TLDs, OSLDs), Radiation Physics, Radiation Protection
BADITA Eugenia-Simona

I am PHD in Physics in Nuclear Physics, working in research on high energy dosimetry and radiation detection development at the National Institute for Laser, Plasma & Radiation Physics (INFLPR), STARDOOR Laboratory.
Liudmila Shiyan

Shiyan Lyudmila is head of the Laboratory of Radiation spectroscopy. She Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. Her research interests are determined by the field of radiation chemistry, nanomaterials and water technologies. Currently, under her leadership, preparing to defend three master’s theses. I love to travel. Favorite Country Travel - Canada. Montenegro did not attend. My dream is to get to know this wonderful country. I hope/
Alexandra Cucos Dinu

PhD Researcher at Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania Areas of research: radon in different environmental factors such as residential indoors, underground environment (touristic caves, salt mines), mofettes and soil; population exposure to radon and health impacts assessment; radon prevention and remediation in existing and new buildings, correlation between indoor radon levels and energy efficiency in buildings, radon risk communication.
Andre Krivokapic

Ph.D. Researcher at Department of Physics, University of Oslo. Working with Electron Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy on radical structures, radical dynamics, radical reactions
Goran Sevo

Born in Belgrade 1959. Current employment: Institute for Gerontology, Belgrade, also affiliated to “ZA Rosa, Belgrade” through “Dark.Risk” FP7 research project. Education: School of Medicine, University of Belgrade (MD, specialization in epidemiology), Australian National University, Canberra (Masters and PhD). Current research concerns delayed health consequences of X-irradiation used in the treatment of Tinea Capitis (ringworm) during 1950s.
Marija Tasic

I am MD, specialist in epidemiology, MSc in Biomedical and Clinical Engineerig, Primarius. Emploiment: Institute for gerontology, Belgrade, Sebia. Also president of ZA ROSA, Belgrade. Currently work on research of delayed consequences of ionizing irradiation used in the treatment of Tinea Capitis during 1950s- “Studies on cohort of Serbian children exposed to X-irradiation to determine the contribution of the non-coding genome to susceptibility of low doses”(DarkRisk,FP7 Fission-2012).
Elena Puchkova

I am PhD in chemistry, working in the Saint-Petersburg State University in the radiochemistry department. I am interesting in chemical state of natural radionuclides. Objects of investigation are minerals, plants, lichens and mineral waters.
Jivko Tenev

I am a radiochemist in the NCRRP in Bulgaria, Public Exposure Monitoring Laboratory. I am responsible for strontium-90 analyses in foods, gross-alpha and gross-beta analyses in waters, field sampling. Also I am using my programming skills to create a database for the specific needs of the lab.
Rosca Fartat Gabi

Graduated on Faculty of Physics in 1982, I am PhD at Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Engineering and Management of Technological Systems Faculty for Nuclear Engineering researches. My researches are about the development of a device for the horizontal fuel channels decommissioning in the CANDU 6 nuclear reactor.
Tatiana Yurmazova

I am work at the National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU). TPU is the oldest engineering higher school in the Asian part of Russia. My research focuses on nanopowders and nanomaterials preparation and properties, sorbents study for aqueous media clearing, electrochemical methods of corrosion study of nanostructured materials.
Aleksandra Milicevic Kalasic

Prof. Aleksandra Milićević-Kalašić,MD PhD, holder of a doctorate in medical science on neuropsychiatric disorders in elderly after finishing her four years lasted training in neuropsychiatry and received master’s degree in neuropsychology. Fogarty fellowship since 2012.
Dr. Olga Gorbunova

head of Department FSUE"RADON", Russia Specialist in the field of Radioactive Waste Cementation for Long-term Treatment
Vacheslav Kolokoltsev

I am a researcher at the Baikov Institute of Metallurgy and Material Science of Russian Academy of Sciences. My research interests are the impact of high-intensity radiation and energy flows on the physical properties of materials.
Trajan Stalevski

Currently employed in Public company Nuclear Facilities of Serbia. Primary activities: design of smart devices based on microcontroller i8032; design of Safety and Vaccum system for ion sources; writing programs for intelligent instrument over RS-232 and GPIB interfaces; controlling processes over Internet with web browsers; More information at:
Anatoly Melentev

I work at R&D group of RT-1 plant of "Mayak" facility. PhD in radiochemistry (2012). My area of research - solvent extraction and reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel.
Anastasia Alexandrovskaya

Engineer 2nd category, A. N. Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry RAS (IPCE RAS), Moscow, Russia Key words: toxic effects of nitrate ions; uranium, cesium, underground aquifers; radioactive waste; bioelectrochemistry.
Marek Trojanowicz

Professor of Chemistry in Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology in Warsaw, Poland. His expertise includes design of electrochemical sensors and biosensors, flow analysis, liquid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis, application of ionizing radiation for waste treatment and application of chemical analysis in archaeometry. Author of 300 scientific papers, 2 monographic books, editor of 1 book in the field of automation of analytical measurements, and 40 Chapters in books.
Yong Nam Kim

I am a medical physicist at Kangwon Nat’l Univ. Hospital in South Korea. Currently my research is concerned about photoneutron shielding in a medical accelerator room, using Monte Carlo Simultion with MCNPX. Another interst is focued in developing an advanced radiation treatment system by agressively employing artificial intellligence, mainly neural network theory.
Makar Modorov

Institute of Plant & Animal Ecology UD RAS. Laboratory of Population Radiobiology. Researcher.
Anna Kolosova

Engineer, National Research Nuclear University (NRNU) MEPhI Interests: Radiation Effects in Electronic Devices and Circuits.
Jovan P. Šetrajčić

Field of is Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics with particular interest in superconductivity and properties of bounded and layered crystal structures and structures with broken translational symmetry as well as in nanostructure specificities modeling.
Giorgia Cinelli

Postdoctoral Researcher at European Commission, Joint Research Centre - Ispra I’m working on the development of the European Atlas of Natural Radiation, a collection of maps of Europe displaying the levels of natural radioactivity caused by different sources (indoor and outdoor radon, cosmic radiation, terrestrial gamma radiation and water). I’m involved in data collection, data harmonization, mapping, geostatistical analysis.
Iva Vošahlíková

I work as researcher at Department of Chemical Protection in the National Institute for NBC Protection, Czech Republic. My specialisation is chemical and radiochemical protection. Simultaneously I am a Ph.D. student at Department of Nuclear Chemistry (CTU in Prague).

Ege Universty Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Izmir -TURKEY. My scientific interests are removal and separation of uranium, preparation of several sorbents, adsorption/ biosorption of radioactive elements, environmental radioactivity.
Natalia V. Belosludtseva

I am PhD in Biochemistry, senior researcher of the Laboratory of Mitochondrial Transport of the Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics of Russian Academy of Science. My research area is mitochondrial dysfunction, mitochondrial permeability transition and deregulation of calcium homeostasis. I’m also interested in mechanisms of ionizing radiation-induced oxidative stress and role mitochondria in this process.
Vladimir Danilov

I am working in the Strength Physics Laboratory of the Institute of Strength Physics and Materials Science of the Russian Academy of Sciences. I am professor of the Tomsk polytechnic university as well as. My main research area is the physics of strength and plasticity. My research activity includes the different aspects of materials science, specifically, the biocompatible materials. On this conference I am interesting to know about new researches in the field of the vacuum arc deposition.
Daniil Petrenyov

Senior Researcher 2010-2015 Institute of Radiobiology of NAS Belarus Biological effects of exposure to ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, protection and risks. Oxidative metabolism of tissue macrophages and pathogenesis of non-targeted and delayed effects. Molecular mechanisms of redox-sensitive regulation of gene expression during stress response. 2010-2015 Gomel State Medical University Design and testing of new techniques for reparative medicine (stem cells and biocompatible materials
Melina Maria Zempila

I graduated from the Department of Physics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2003 and proceeded to attend the Environmental Masters Degree of the same Department which I completed in 2005. In 2013, I received my PhD degree in Physics “Climatology study of Solar UV Radiation in the region of East Mediterranean”. Nowadays I work as a Post Doctoral associate at the Laboratory of Atmopheric Physics. My research is related to UV solar radiation and solar energy applications.

İ m a hıgh lıcence student in Department of Medical Physics, Institute of Health Sciences, Dokuz Eylül University.
Christophe DEBAYLE

I’m responsible for the atmospheric monitoring and alert group and I work in the field of the environmental monitoring, more especially in the field of the early warning networks. We developped in parallel a capacity to perform aerial surveys with gamma spectroscopic equipments.
turkan ozbay

I have graduated from Dokuz Eylul University Institute of Healty Science at the Department of Medical Physics ( Master’s Degree). I work at the Izmir University of Economics. My research area is determination of indoor radon.
Maxim Sinitsky

I am PhD student at the Kemerovo State University in Kemerovo,Russia. I work in a field of radiobiology and ecological genetics. I study some effects of radon influence to a human organism using micronucleus assay and genotyping.
Vladimir Druzhinin

I am the Head of Department of Genetics and Vice Rector of the Kemerovo State University (Kemerovo,Russia). I work in a field of radiobiology, ecological genetics and human genetics. Some effects of radon influence to a human organism are my interest.
Bedrich Sestak

A graduate from Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering of Czech Technical University in Prague. Recently engaged in various areas of the safety and security of the public. Head of Department of Crisis Management and Vice-Chancellor of PACR in Prague.
Mr Andrius Puzas

Specialization: inorganic elemental and isotopic analysis by high resolution mass spectrometry (HR-ICP-MS) of liquid and solid materials. Main current research fields: 1. Application of isotopic analysis for radionuclides migration evaluation. 2. Determination of antropogenic pollution by lead isotopic method. 3. HPLC-ICP-MS technique application for 129I chemical forms determination in nuclear waste. My long-term scientific research mission - foster the sustainable environment for soc
Dragana Damnjanović

I am MD in primary care institution. Currently I am studying Spec. Academic studies department of Immunology, University of Belgrade; Medical Faculty. I am include like a junior researcher in research of delayed consequences of ionizing radiation used in the treatment of Tinea Capitis during 1950s, studies included in FP7 Fission-2012
Dejan Vasović

mr Dejan Vasovic, dipl.eng., was born in the year of 1982. His educational background is in the field of environmental protection. He is currently involved as a teaching assistant at the Faculty of Occupational Safety, University of Niš. His research interests are reflects, but not limited to: environmental quality management and water protection. He is author of many research papers in the field of environmental protection. He is holder of the title of reserve military officer.
Snezana Stavreva Veselinovska

Prof. Ph.D. Snezana Stavreva Veselinovska, University Goce Delchev Stip. Since 1995 Master of Biological Sciences, and since 2002 PhD in biological sciences at the University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius ", Skopje Institute of Biology. Specific field of research - pollution with heavy metals and protection of the environment, negative impact on living organisms and humans, occupational exposure of workers to heavy metals, ecotoxicology.
Marina Konstantinova

Ph.D., researcher in Center for Physical Sciences and Technology, Vilnius, Lithuania. Fields of interests: Gamma spectrometry. Contamination of environment by artificial radionuclides, parameters of Cs-137 migration in soil, Cs-137 soil-plant transfer, Rn-222 in atmosphere and soil pores. Human and non-human exposure due to artificial and natural radionuclides. Accelerator mass spectrometry, radiocarbon measurements, graphite sample preparation features.
Petr Švrčula

Head of dosimetric control of hot-cells in Research Centre Rez in Czech Republic. I am focused to dosimetry of high doses, spectrometry measurement, radiation protection.
Oxana Morozova

I am the Deputy Head of Department at the VNII GOChS Emercom of Russia. My scientific interests is research work in the field of industrial and radiation safety. I graduated from National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute) in 2003. MSc in Radiation safety of man and the environment, MSc in Extreme Psychology.
Genrietta Gulidova

I am Sc.D., Head of Laboratory of endogenous regulation of Scientific Medical and Biological Center "Individ", Moscow. The main focus of my research is fundamental medicine: a comprehensive diagnosis and correction for various disorders of bioenergetics and immunity, disbalance of lipid peroxides, hormones, or cancer predisposition. New approaches to improving the efficiency of the treatment of chemo - therapy are developed. I have more than 80 publications.
Nada Puric

I was born 27/09/1961 in Niksic, where I finished elementary and high school. 1985 ended Defectology faculty in Belgrade. Master studies psychology ended in 2007 in Belgrade. Doctoral studies of psychology ended in 2012. Also I ended REBT psychotherapy. Working in high school in Budva, and the Faculty of Philosophy in Niksic, and the Faculty of Political Sciences in Podgorica.
Katya Peeva

I work as Associate Professor in Medical Faculty of Trakia University, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria. I teach Biostatistics, Medical Informatics, Computer Technology and create curricula for these disciplines. As a specialist in biostatistics and informatics I work and in the domains of applying statistical methods in medical research. My main research interests are in the field of biostatistics, quality of higher medical education, assessment, evaluation criteria, epidemiology.
Tatiana Paramonova

Our team represents Radioecology and Ecotoxicology Department of Soil Science Faculty and Erosion Laboratory of Geographical Faculty, Moscow Lomonosov State University. For almost 30 years after the Chernobyl accident we are working in the areas affected by radioactive contamination. Various aspects of Cs-137 behavior in terrestrial ecosystems are taken into account, with an emphasis on the radionuclide lateral migration accelerated by erosion and the biogeochemical cycling of Cs-137.

I am Working in Abant Izzet Baysal University and director of The Excellence Center for Nuclear RadiationDetectors Research and Applications. My research interests are Semiconductor materials and devices in general, fabrication and characterization of semiconductor nanocrystals, semiconductor nanostructures for microelectronics and photonics applications, RadFETs, Radiation sensors and dosimeters, Solar Energy, Global Solar Radiation Maps, Solar Systems, Climate effects, Solar cells.
Ali Jomehzadeh

I am one of assistant professors in medical physics at Rafsnjan University of medical sciences, southeastern Iran. I am also as a part time faculty member at Kerman University of medical sciences and as a medical physicist at Shafa kerman hospital. My specialty on research is based on radiotherapy dosimetry (EPID Dosimetry), QA/QC of diagnostic radiology and radiation protection in medicine.
Nikolay Kushlinskii

Professor, Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of the Laboratory of Clinical Biochemistry of the N.N.Blokhin Russian Cancer Research Center in Moscow. The laboratory headed by Prof. Kushlinskii performs a broad spectrum of classical biochemical and endocrinological analyses, as well as such specific modern tests as steroid and growth factor receptors, cytokines, angiogenic factors, bone remodeling markers, etc. He is an author of several books and more than 400 papers.
Ciupagea Fulger

Phd in medical sciences, head of Ionizing Radiation Hygiene Laboratory within Ministry of Health, I am involved in radiation protection issues for more than 30 years.
Coroianu Anton Iuliu

PhD in Engineering, Head of Radiation Protection Departament iwithin MB Telecom company which performes research, production, sales and service of security equipment (X-rays and gamma control). I headed over 35 years the regulatory activities in nuclear field.
Rosca Fartat Gabriela

Physicist. I am currently involved in the activity of Ionizing Radiation Hygiene Laboratory within Ministry of Health. I have experience in the field of ionizing radiation applications sources as user and as regulator.
Belma Pehlivanović

Born on 6.12.1989. in Sarajevo,BiH. Obtained titule Master of pharmacy at Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Sarajevo. Currently PhD student of scientific filed Biomedicine and Health, Pharmaceutical researches at Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Sarajevo. Research filed of interest radiation, radiopharmaceuticals in pharmacology.
Margarita Malakyan

I am a senior researcher at the Scientific Centre of Radiation Medicine and Burns, Yerevan, Armenia. My research mainly focuses on the evaluation of radiomodifying activity of new copper complexes. I am a manager of projects funded by ISTC.
Nadezhda Kudryasheva

Radiobioligy: study of effects of ionizing radiation on the model simplest organism - lumoinous marine bacteria - under conditions of low-dose irradiation
Evgeny Pryakhin

e-mail: A. Cyb Scientific Centre of Radiology of the Hertsen Federal Medical Research Centre of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation. I’m interested in radiation risks after medical exposure, especially after Computer Tomography. I am author and co-author of 13 published works(mostly in Russian)
Svetlana Ostalkevich

Leading engineer of the department of physical and chemical methods of analysis FSUE"RADON" Key words: microbiology of radioative waste repositories, flow-through filter, bioreactors
Marko Gocić

PHD Student: Department of Applied Physics, Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Niš, Serbia; Currently employed as Production Manager in Photon Optronics (Serbia); Previous working experience: R&D Leading Technologist in Photon Optronics; Engineer in Photocathode production department, Harder Digital Sova, Niš, Serbia; Field of research: Microchannel plates, Electronic optical devices, Image intensifiers, Photomultiplier tubes
Dragan Radivojević

Dragan Đ. Radivojević was born in Niš, Serbia, in 1966. He recieved the M.S. degree in the Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics, university of Niš, Niš. Also, he is currently the head of the laboratories on the same Department. His research interest is the physics of electrical breakdown processes.

PhD student in University of Tirana. My research work is a study of interaction between radiation and air aerosol, and its impact on aerosol profiles.
Violetta Léner

I am junior researcher at "Frédéric Joliot-Curie" National Research Institute for Radiobiology and Radiohygiene Budapest. My research investigation of local and systemic effects of low doses of ionizing radiation.
Cristina Cherubini

I’m a PhD student and I’m actually studying the effect of gamma radiation on amino acids in solid phase, at different irradiation condition (presence of air, absence of air, presence of olivine).
Hans Rabus

Head of Department "Radiation Effects" at the German National Metrology Institute PTB. Research activities are in the field of nanodosimetry, development of measurement and simulation techniques for track structure characteristics and investigation of radiation interaction with biomolecules.
Andrada-Roxana Pascu

I am currently a PhD student in the Laboratory of Luminescence Dating and Dosimetry at the Institute for Interdisciplinary Research in Bio-Nano-Sciences, Babeș-Bolyai University. My field of research involves the identification, synthesis and characterization of relevant objects as well as materials for luminescence dosimetry purposes.
Gabriela Ciobanu

Professor PhD. Margareta Gabriela CIOBANU; „Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi,Romania; Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Environmental Protection; Department of Organic, Biochemical and Food Engineering. Research on biomaterials. Author of 9 books and more than 100 papers in refereed journals.
Silvia Serban

I am engineer physicist, I am working at the National Authority for Nuclear Activities Control as inspector, in Bucharest Romania. Area of interest is radiation protection in medicine and industry. I have near 20 years experience at the regulatory activities in protection radiation and in ionizing radiation applications sources.
Wolfgang Wagner

Topics of research of my scientific CV were such as nuclear fission, nuclear spectroscopy, heavy ion physics, radiation physics, non-conventional X-ray sources and realization of corresponding experiments at different accelerator facilities in the world. Present interest is radiation measurement and environmental engineering (Radon, Thoron, aerosols) at SARAD GmbH Dresden, Germany.
Marco Martellucci

Biomedical engineer. Scientific Coordinator at II level Master in "Radioprotection: Safety in ionizing and non-ionizing field" - University Campus Bio Medico - Roma - Italy
Arjeta Kryeziu

Iam from Kosovo. I studied for modification of iron surfaces on university of Pristina on department of chemistry.I would like to presente there my abstracts and i woul like to help me for studing in other states for master on chemistry:clinic biochemistry.I will be happy if zou could help me.My best wishes from chemistry engineer:Arjeta Kryeziu. References:prof.ass. Avni Berisha.

Dr Imtiaz Ahmed Abbasi is presently working as a Senior Scientist at Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science & Technology, Nilore Islamabad Pakistan. His research interests include nuclear cross section data measurements; isotope production; isotope separation; chemical vapor deposition; production of radiopharmaceuticals
Ivana Sandeva

PhD student and teaching associate. A bachelor degree in Applied Physics and a master degree in Metrology. Now working on detection of irradiated food by luminescence techniques.
Tetiana Andriichuk

I am a Associate Professor, PhD of Department of biochemistry ESC "Institute of Biology" Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. My research interests: molecular mechanisms of development a radiation - induced apoptosis and the influence of wide range radioresistance stimulators on biochemical regulation of apoptosis in immunocompetent cells upon X - ray irradiation,
Olivier Van Hoey

I obtained a Master and a PhD in Physics at Ghent University in Belgium. Presently I work as a scientist in the Radiation Protection, Dosimetry and Calibration Department of the Belgian Nuclear Research Center SCK-CEN. The focus of my research is on accident, neutron and space dosimetry. At this conference I will present the results of our tests with commercial smartphone applications for ionizing radiation detection.
Svetlana Kobeleva

Associated professor of the semiconductor department in the National University of Science and Technology "MISiS"
Đurđica Milković

Specialist in paediatric thoracal radiology. M.Sc. degree and Ph.D. in radiology and radiation protection in cooperation with the Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb. Scientific associate at the Faculty of Medicine, Zagreb University and lecturer at studies “Paediatric radiology”. Field of interest: effects of radiological diagnostic procedure in chest X-ray examination in children especially radiation protection in paediatrics radiology. More than 60 publications and conference presentatio
Daniel Adjei

I graduated with a BSc Physics in 2007 from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana and in 2010 obtained MPhil degree in Radiation Protection from the University of Ghana, Accra. Since 2010 I am as an assistant research scientist at the Radiation Protection Institute of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission, Accra, where I am involved in radiation dosimetry. From 2012, I have been enrolled on the European Union funded Erasmus Mundus EXTATIC Joint Doctorate Programme.
Wiktor Zipper

Professor of nuclear physics at the Department of Nuclear Physics in Katowice,Poland. Research in nuclear interactions and nuclear structure, reactions with heavy ions.Experiments performedin collaboration with many laboratories in Europe. Over 200papers in ref. journals. Head of the Nuclear Physics Department in 1981-2013. Present interest: radiation measurements, Production of medical radioisotopes using particle beam from cyclotrons.
Katarzyna Szkliniarz

I am PhD student at the Department of Nuclear Physics and Its Applications in University of Silesia (Poland). In my work I am focusing on production of radioisotopes for medical applications by using particle beam from cyclotrons. I am also interesting in medical physics and possible ways of using it.
S. M. Hosseini Pooya

I am assistant professor in NST research institute in Tehran. My field of research is radiation protection, and I am interested in dosimetry subjects particularly TLD and its application in personal, medical and environmental dosimetry. Furthermore, I have some experiences in radon/thoron measurements techniques. My presented lecture in RAD-2012 conference on this subject was won the reward of Best Oral Presentation. It was one of the brilliant points of my scientific life."
Jana Hudzietzová

I am a graduate from the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague. I have been working on her PhD. theses aimed at the reduction of professional exposure of personnel at nuclear medicine departments engaged in the use of radiopharmaceuticals labelled by F-18.