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  • From: raics AT tigris.unideb.hu
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  • Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2013 14:40:23 +0200
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Tisztelettel meghívjuk a következő rendezvényre, melyet 2013. április 16-án, kedden délután tartunk 14 - 16 óra között a Debreceni Egyetem Kísérleti Fizikai Tanszékén (I. szeminárium, Debrecen, Bem tér 18/A):

Seminar on Nuclear Energy in China and Hungary

14:00 - 14:15 Welcome Greetings.
Representatives of the Institute
and Dr. Stefan Scheiner, Quantechnologies Co.

Chair:
Dr. József Szabó


14:15 - 14:30. Cao Qinjian, assistant professor, CIRP:
"Current status and perspective of China's Nuclear Power Plant"
Abstract: Brief introduction of the current status of China's NPPs, and its development plan.

14:30 - 15:00. Dr. Liu Liye, associate professor, CIRP:
"Introduction of Radiation Dosimetry Laboratory at China Institute for Radiation Protection (CIRP) and its efforts for in-situ radiation detection technology"
Abstract: Brief introduction of the Institute CIRP at Taiyuan (Shanxi) and its Health Physics Department. Presentation of the research work in the Radiation Dosimetry laboratory such as the development of Human Voxel and Physical phantoms, accident dose reconstruction, virtual calibration technique for in-vivo internal contamination monitoring, etc. Detailed description of efforts on the in-situ radiation measurement technology and its application in NPPs.

15:00 - 15:30. Dr. Péter Raics, associate professor, Institute of Experimental Physics, UD and Quantechnologies Co
"In-situ radiation detection and other methods applied in Nuclear Power Plants and environment
Abstract: Over 100 reactor-year experience for regular in-situ gamma-spectrometry of NPPs: experimental techniques, measurements, analysis of short and long term trends. Search for radioactive contaminations in incident situations by in-situ alpha-spectrometry and under-water gamma-spectrometry. Exploration and handling of high activity nuclear waste. NORM and TENORM analysis.

15:30 - 16:00 Questions, remarks.
Discussions.


Raics Péter



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