Jul 1 – 5, 2024
Faculty of Physics and Engineering
Europe/Paris timezone


  • Radioactivity, friend or foe of life on earth? 

Dr. Vincent BRETON, Laboratoire de Physique de Clermont-Ferrand, Clermont-Ferrand, France         

  • From polonium to nihonium - radiochemical research at the Paul Scherrer Institute

Prof. Patrick Julian STEINEGGER, Paul Scherrer Institut/ETH Zurich, Switzerland    

  • Radiation damage studies: fuels and actinides compounds

Dr. Thierry WISS, JRC, Karlsruhe, Germany

  • Chemical decontamination of metallic waste and measurement of radionuclides

Dr. Tomo SUZUKI, Subatech Laboratory, Nantes, France   

  • Characterization methodologies and management of radioactive waste at CERN

Dr. Nabil MENAA  CERN , Genève, Switzerland

  • Research towards radioactive waste disposal at KIT-INE 

Prof. Horst GECKEIS, KIT-INE, Karlsruhe, Germany

  • Accelerator Mass spectrometry (AMS) for radionuclide analysis

Dr. Francesca QUINTO, KIT-INE, Karlsruhe, Germany                                         

  • Decommissioning of nuclear facilities 

Dr. Sascha GENTES, KIT-INE, Karlsruhe, Germany                                    

  • Radon isotopes (222Rn & 220Rn) in the environment

Prof. Shinji TOKONAMI, Hirosaki University, Japan        

  • Radioactive aerosol metrology, pollutant transfer and measurement 

Dr.  Grégoire DOUGNIAUX , IRSN, Saclay, France

  • Gamma-ray spectrometry for environmental radioactivity analysis 

Dr.  Anne DE VISMES, IRSN, Orsay, France

  • Radiological emergency : how the radiological situation is determined with a focus on aeroradiometric measurments in Switzerland 

Dr.  Cristina Poretti, National Emergency Operations Centre, Switzerland

  • Dismantling of Strasbourg research nuclear reactor 

Prof.  Benoit GALL, IPHC Strasbourg University, France

  • Radionuclide speciation and transfers in the environment: recent research in radiochemistry and new perspectives from multidisciplinary approaches

Dr.  Mirella DEL NERO, IPHC, Strasbourg, France                  

  • Report of the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation

Dr. Jing CHEN, Chair of UNSCEAR, former head of the Radiological Impact Section at the Radiation Protection Bureau of Health, Ottawa, Canada