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Vasovic Dejan

As water issues specialist, with educational and research background in environmental protection area, with my professional activity aimed to environmental impact reduction I can stress the most important motives that are Sine qua non for myself: water and wastewater market in developing countries, water pricing, water security issues, occupational safety issues, water services vulnerability, resilience and capacity in the face of climate changes, benchmarking techniques within the water sector.
Luminita Moraru

My research focuses primarily on the development and use of signal/image processing. Also my research interests include computational methods in medical imaging, medical image processing and segmentation, computer aided detection/diagnosis, medical image construction techniques and imaging in diagnostic radiology/echography.
Victor Gulbin

I am the Chief of the Center of radio-protective materials (Radioprotection Center), and I represent services in development and production of the radio absorbing fillers for their application in construction and constructional materials for the purpose of decrease in level of electromagnetic fields in rooms; developments and to production of radiation protective materials on a polymeric and metal basis for radiation protection of the radio-electronic equipment and safety of personnel
Hossam Donya, PhD

This is Dr. Hossam Donya, assistant prof of medical physics at KAU, Saudi Arabia and Menoufia University, Egypt. My research focuses primarily on the preparing scintillators for in-vivo dosimetry in radiotherapy and brackytherapy. Also my research interests include Monte Carlo simulation using different code like MCNP and Penelope using High-Performance Computing for dosimetry calculation in medical in medical physics. Hossam Donya
Peter Bossew

German Federal Office for Radiation Protection, Berlin; Current main fields of work: Radio-ecology, in particular ratelated to Fukushima and Chernobyl; Radon; Monitoring networks; Stochastic modelling, geostatistics, mapping; Risk assessment
Dr. Huseyin Ozan TEKIN

Dr. Huseyin Ozan TEKİN is academic staff of Uskudar University/TURKEY. He is the head of Uskudar University Medical Radiation Research Center. His main reseach fields focuses on Monte Carlo Simulations of Medical Imaging Applications especially on CT / PET-CT and Mammography by using MCNP and Geant4 codes.
Stanislav Lauk-Dybitsky

I’m researcher of Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center FMBA of Russia. My research work has focus on development of radioprotective drugs for radiation sterilization of tissue-engineered grafts and also on safety cryopreservation of them.
Wojciech Bulski

Wojciech Bulski, PhD Professor in medial physics at the Centre of Oncology in Warsaw, Poland. Head of the Secondary Standard Dosimetry Laboratory at the Medical Physics Department at the Centre of Oncology in Warsaw. Former Head of the Medical Physics Department (1998-2011). Activity: Dosimetry of ionizing radiation for radiotherapy and radiodiagnostics; Calibration of reference dosimeters and validation of dosimetry systems used in radiotherapy; Participant in RAD 2013, RAD 2015 and RAD 2016.
Birol Aslanyürek

Birol Aslanyürek received the B.Sc., M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees in the Department of Mathematical Engineering from Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey, in 2005, 2007, and 2013 respectively. He is currently an academic staff of Yildiz Technical University. His research interests include numerical methods in applied science and scattering problems of electromagnetic waves.
Nelya Metlyaeva

Doctor of Medical Sciences. My field of research is Radiation of Medicine with regard to the assessment of personality traits, current mental status, options psychopathological syndromes based on the psychological dynamics and leading psychological defenses.
Siniša Vučenović

My field of research is Condensed Matter Physics, nano-structured materials, especially in forms of ultra-thin films. My narrow interest is behavior of excitons, form of electron-hole bounded quasi-particles, responsible for optical properties when nano-structures are made of dielectric materials.
Serkan Akkoyun

I have Ph.D. degree in nuclear physics in Turkey. I am working at Cumhuriyet University in Turkey as an associate professor. My research topics are nuclear structure, gamma spectroscopy, photonuclear reactions and artificial neural netoworks.
Olga Bulko

Institute of Cell Biology and Genetic Engineering National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Junior Researcher Main research interests: plant biotechnology, plant tissue culture, in vitro culture, Agrobacterium mediated plant transformation, genetic engineering, plant secondary metabolism, antimicrobial activity, radiation effect on secondary metabolism
Tuncay Bayram

I am an academic member of Sinop University Department of Nuclear Energy Engineering in Turkey. I have Ph.D. degree in nuclear physics. Nuclear structure, nuclear reactions and gama spectroscopy are in my research topics.
Ntombizikhona Beaulah Ndlovu

I work as a junior research scientist of the Environmental Radioactivity Laboratory of Nuclear Physics Department at iThemba LABS, South Africa (SA). The ERL focus is on the use of radiation detectors for measurements of man-made and natural radioactivity in soil, sediments and water. I am a PhD (Physics) graduate of Stellenbosch University, SA. My PhD project was on environmental applications of nuclear physics to provide data on trace element air pollution in the Western Cape Province of SA.
Olha V. Storchylo

Dr. Olha V. Storchylo graduated Odessa State University (Ukraine) at biochemistry, completed her post-graduate in human and animal physiology and biochemistry at the Institute of Physiology of Academy of Sciences of USSR. Now she is an Associate Professor of Medical Chemistry Department of Odessa National Medical University. Fields of interests: nutrition, digestion and absorption in the small intestine and effects of milk thistle fruits on it, total body irradiation, pharmacology.
Polina Nazarova

I am an engineering technologist in the department of chemical reprocessing technologies. This department solves problems of spent nuclear fuel reprocessing. My scientific area of focus is the study of rates and mechanisms of chemical redox reactions used in the extraction processing of actinides
Jaroslava Budinski-Simendic

elastomers, nanocomposites, rubber reinforcement, polymeric materials, rheology
Dragan Ćirić

Fields of my interests are planning radiotherapy and dosimetry, particulary absolute and relative dosimetry. I finished physical chemistry at University in Belgrade and now I’m working as medical physicist at Military Medical Academy, Serbia.
Yulia A. Stepanova

I have Ph.D. degree in medicine in Russia, professor of radiology department of I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (Moscow); leading researcher of radiology department of A.V. Vishnevsky Institute of surgery (Moscow). Fields of interests: radiodiagnosis of inflammatory/diseases of abdomen, retroperitoneal and small pelvis, main vessels, superficial bodies. I am head of ultrasonic diagnostics section of "Society of radiologists and experts of ultrasonic diagnostics of Moscow".

Dr. /Academic staff Suleyman Demirel University/Hospital in Turkey. My research work has Medical Imaging Procedures, Diagnostic Radiology/Nuclear Med and works on Monte Carlo Simulations in Medical Imaging/ Radiology/ Nuclear Med/ Radiotherapy them.
Svetlana Matveeva

Junior researcher of photochemical laboratory in Voevodsky Institute of Chemical Kinetics and Combustion (Novosibirsk, Russia). Field of interests: photochemistry of haloid complexes of platinum metals.
Sofia Bitarishvili

Junior researcher of the laboratory of radiobiology and ecotoxicology of plants of Russian Institute of Radiology and Agroecology. I study the effect of small doses of radiation on the hormonal system of plants.
Margarita Gorbacheva

The main lines of the activities are concerned with development of integrated decontamination methods for liquid media (including melts) to remove radioactive and technogeneous impurities. More than 80 publications and 3 patents in the field of the chemistry of radioactive elements.
Sergey Kulyukhin

Doctor of Chemical Sciences The main lines of the activities are concerned with fundamental research in the localization of radioactive elements, including actinides, and technogeneous impurities in dispersed media. Major findings were presented in 7 author’s certificates and patents, as well as reported in over 250 scientific publications and at more than 250 national and international scientific conventions.
Alesia Zubarava

Reseacher of Institute of Radiobiology National Academy of science. The area of my interests is the development of effective methods of protecting water and air systems from contaminants.Carrying out research in the field of purification of aquatic ecosystems by long-lived radionuclides and other contaminants. The search for new technical means and methods of cleaning water for human use in the economic purposes.
Natalia Kamanina

Dr. Sci. Natalia Kamanina – Leader of the team, Head of the Lab.for Photophysics of media with nanoobjects at Vavilov State Optical Institute, St.-Petersburg, Russia. She coordinates the job of the team, participate at all experiments and analyze the data. Scopus Author ID: 55980751700. h-index in Scopus is 17. She has current interest in the areas of investigations on organic conjugated materials, inorganic ones, coatings, laser-matter interaction, fullerenes and biological objects.
Marina Konstantinova

Assistant in the Institute of Physics of State research institute Center for Physical Sciences and Technology. Recent fields of interests: gamma spectrometry, contamination of environment by artificial radionuclides, parameters of 137Cs migration in soil, 137Cs soil-plant transfer, 137Cs release and migration.
Liubov Podrezova

I am a researcher of JSC A.A. Bochvar VNIINM in Moscow, Russia. My work focuses primarily on the hydrometallurgical SNF reprocessing technology. Specifically the final products affinage is the aim of my research.
Konstantin Dvoeglazov

Research reprocessing spent nuclear fuel. The study of the kinetics of the redox reaction of the actinides
Pavlyukevich Ekaterina

Research reprocessing spent nuclear fuel. The study of the dissolution process of nuclear fuel. The study of the kinetics of the redox reaction of the actinides.
Alexander Grebenyuk

Director for Science of the Research and Production Center “Special and Medical Equipment” (St.-Petersburg, Russia). MD (1989), PhD in medicine (1995), Doctor of Medical Science (2002), Professor of Toxicology and Medical Defence (2003) Research interests: radiation pharmacology, radioprotectors, radiation injuries, treatment, radiation accidents, health protection
Shayen Sreetharan

Graduate student at McMaster University in Canada. Thesis project involves studying the effects of low dose ionizing radiation during development on developmental programming of health and disease in a mouse model. For more, please visit:
Dejan Kojić

PhD Student at University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technology, Department of Materials Engineering
Necati Çelik

Necati Çelik is currently working on Monte Carlo simulation of radiation detector response functions. He built a code for the purpose of coincidence summing correction in gamma spectroscopy with EGS4. He is also interested in environmental radioactivity measurements in various samples.
Carmen Tuca

I’m researcher at the Reactor Decommissioning Department, from “Horia Hulubei” National Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH) from Bucharest- Magurele, Romania. I’d published more than 15 papers in scientific journals,
Mehmet Tombakoğlu

Dr. Tombakoğlu received his Ph.D. from University of Michigan in 1991. There he conducted research on theory of multicomponent polymer dynamics. In September 1991, Dr. Tombakoğlu joined the faculty of the Hacettepe University. Currently,he is interested in modeling of radiation detection and measurement systems using Monte Carlo methods. He is also conducting research on Monte Carlo modeling of OSLD and TLD measurement systems.
Borjana Vranješ

Teaching assistant at University of Belgrade, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Radiology and radiation hygiene
Vjacheslav Kolokoltsev

PhD, Senior Researcher at the A. Baikov Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia. His scientific interests are in condensed matter physics and the impact of radiation.
Ihar Cheshyk

I’m director of Institute of Radiobiology of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. The main goals of our research work are: 1) Study the mechanism of ionizing radiation impact on metabolism and major body systems for developing methods of increasing radioresistance. 2) Study the patterns of accumulation and excretion of radionuclides from organism and develop methods to influence on these processes. 3) Assessment the influence of radiation and ecological situation on organism activity.
Aleksander Nikitin

I’m head of the Radioecology Lab in the Institute of Radiobiology of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. The main goals of our lab are: analysis of activity and physic-chemical state of induced and natural radionuclides in various ecosystems on the territory of Belarus for assess of dose rates for biota and man; analysis and forecasting of Chernobyl’s radionuclides redistribution, they inclusion in food chains; improving radiation measurement methods.
Dmitri Gudkov

Head of Aquatic Radioecology Department in the Institute of Hydrobiology. He is obtained his Ph.D. (1996) from the Institute of Experimental Pathology, Oncology and Radiobiology and D.Sc. in Radiation Biology (2006) from the National University of Kiev. Dmitri has more than 25 years of experience in fundamental and applied research in the area of radionuclide migration and accumulation in the main components of aquatic ecosystems and evaluation of effects of long-term irradation on biota.
Alexander Kaglyan

Was born in the West Ukraine on Pokuttia (Ivano-Frankivsk region). Has finished Chernivtsi state university. Since 1985 I work in department of fresh-water radio ecology of Institute of hydrobiology. Has defended the dissertation on a theme "Features of accumulation radionuclide caesium-137 and strontium-90 in hydrobiontes and abiotic components of reservoirs of the Chernobyl exclusive zone". A circle of interests - radionuclide contamination of fishes, radioecology of fishes.
Vitaliy Vidanov

I’m a Leading Researcher of Bochvar Institute, PhD. Field of my interests is: reprocessing SNF, partition HAW, separation Am-Cm, extraction and sorption processes.
Betsou Chrysoula

I am a PhD student in the Physics Department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, in Greece. I am working on the field of Environmental Radioactivity.
Eleftheria Ioannidou

I am 26 years old and I am from Thessaloniki, Greece. I am a PhD student in the Department of Physics, Nuclear and Particle Physics Division at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. My research concerns the scientific field of Environmental Radioactivity
Xeniya Shilova

M.Sc. of Tomsk Polytechnic University. Research area: learning processes radon transport through soils, processes of transport of pollutants in the atmospheric boundary layer.
Alain NIba Ngwa

i am a Student at the university of Applied sciences in Giessen, Germany. I’m studying Biomedical Engineering and also work as a scientific student assistant at the Institute of Medical Physics and Radiation Protection (IMPS) in my University.
Monia Vadrucci

Study, development and commissioning of high technology components for particle accelerators; research applied to particle dynamics, particle sensors, dosimetry devices, computer simulations; research and development in ionizing radiations applied to cancer therapy, radiobiology and to space and materials science (damage and characterization and dosimetry); design and characterization of materials, and related production technology, for large scale applications.
Giada Petringa

PhD Student at Laboratori Nazionali del Sud (LNS-INFN). I’m working on the Monte Carlo simulations and study of the conventional hadrontherapy treatments and new enhancement technics.

I’m a 1st year PhD student at the Technical University of Budapest (BME). My task is the magnetic nanoparticles’s hypertherrhermia application. Right now only magnetic hyperthermia, but later I’d like to combine it with e.g. laser.

I’m a prelector at Ahi Evran University in Kırşehir/TÜRKİYE. At the same time i’m a MS student at Inonu University Computer Engineering Department. I study on electronic control, microprocessor and speech recognition.
Lucian Traian Dimitrievici

I am a PHD student in the Physics and Environmental engineering "Dunarea de Jos", Galati. My research concerns medical image processing and segmentation also evolution worldwide O3, NO2, CO2 and other gases from space
Savva Pankin

The project team is developing a prototype of a portable radiometric system for the nuclear medicine. Certification of the device and introduction into the medical practice are in the future. For this reason, it is important to conduct a preliminary study of modeling phantom testing and testing methods. One of the possible applications of the system can be radiocardiography. Further development of the project involves the creation of methods for other possible applications of the prototype.
Đurđica Milković

Pediatric pulmology radiologist working at Children Hospital Srebrnjak, Croatia. My field of interest are radiation protection of children. I collaborate with Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb and with International researchers of dosimetry in Japan.
Danica Batinić

Pediatrician. Professor of Pediatrics in School of Medicine, University of Zagreb, Croatia. Regular member of Academy of Medical Sciences of Republic Croatia. Working at Children Hospital Srebrnjak, Zagreb. Field of interest: pediatric nephrology.
Nazarov Alexandr

Nazarov Alexandr is engineer of Department of Environmental Protection in “Ecocentre”, Chernobyl, Ukraine. He graduated from the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (MEPI) in 1966, graduate of the Sevastopol Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas of the NAS (Ukraine). Alexandr has 25 years of experience in marine radioecology. Since 1996 he works in the “Ecocentre”. Area of research interests is radionuclide migration in the main components of freshwater ecosystems
Emad Ghanim

i’m interesting in the field of radiation physics. Espcially,Alpha auto-radiography, fast neutron detection using NTDs, heavy ions trails and applications, radon level determination using active and passive detectors, spectroscopic analysis, radionuclides determination in rocks and geological samples and application of NAA in elemental studies and pollution investigation in river nile basin as well as TLD and shielding properties.
Sergei Chaushanskii

Year of birth -1948. Place of work - Institute of nuclear research of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Job position - senior researcher of the laboratory of medical physics, doctor of physico-mathematical Sciences. The scope of activities currently: radionuclide sources for brachytherapy and dosimetry. The author of 12 publications in this field
Dmitry Dementyev

Research scientists Laboratory of Radioecology Institute of Biophysics Siberian Branch Russian Academy of Sciences FRC KSC SB RAS Krasnoyarsk Russia

I study about photon counting detector and X-ray imaging processing.

I am research assistant at Mersin University Medical Faculty Department of Medical Biology and Genetics/MERSİN/TURKEY. I have PhD. degree. My researche bacground in radiofrequency radiation (RF-EMF) and health effects. Espacially gene expression levels in the rat tissues which were exposed with RF-EMF.
Alberto J. Palma

Full professor with the Department of Electronics at the University of Granada (Spain). My current research interests are Electronic Instrumentation and Radiation detectors based on MOSFET.
Lela Mtsariashvili

I am researcher at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University and PhD student at Georgian Technical University. My current research area is in investigation of radon in waters, soils and indoor air.
Claudio Pioli

Claudio Pioli is a senior scientist at the Division of Health Technologies of the ENEA in Rome (Italy) where he leads the group of Immunology. He is currently studying mechanisms of immunoregulation by PARP enzymes and the effects of ionizing and non-ionzing radiations on the immune system.
Erick Hernandez

Medical Physics in Radiotherapy field, Teacher at National University from Guatemala
Andrei Cheshyk

Head of Department of the State Register of Belorussian persons exposed to radiation due to the Chernobyl accident of Belarus. The Republican Research Center for Radiation Medicine and Human Ecology. The main goal of my work is collecting and analyzing medical and dosimetry data about people affected by Chernobyl disaster.
Prof. Elisaveta Petrova, MD, PhD, DSC

Prof. Elisaveta Petrova works as physician, investigator,expert and professor in the field of general and occupational lung diseases. The last 6 years works in the area of preventive medicine . She is a professor in Sofia University. She has 250 scientific works.
Alla Oudalova

My field of interest is radiation ecology, effects of radiation on non-human biota (especially plants) and radiation protection of biota. We’ve studied environment health at different scenarious: radiation accidents (Chernobyl etc.), Semipalatinsk Test Site, coal mining, radioactive waste facilities, ...
Sergii Ubizskii

Main direction of my research activity is materials science of oxides and related compounds, in part their properties modification under irradiation as well as materials being used for TL/OSL dosimetry and radiation detecting.
Dražan Jaroš

Absolute and relative dosimetry of photon and electron beams as part of QA of linear accelerators dosimetry Test calibration of brachytherapy source (Ir-192), Brachytherapy planning 2D-3D External beam 3D conformal, IMRT and VMAT treatment planning and patient specific quality assurance of advanced techniques with MapCheck2, Portal Dosimetry and Delta4. Interested in uncertainties following radiation therapy process, especially in treatment delivery uncertainties.
Olga Momot

Associate Professor, Ecology Department, Obninsk Institute for Nuclear Power Engineering of National Research Nuclear University MEPhI RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS: – Health risk assessment: chemical risk , radiation risk; – Radioecology of radioactive waste storage: migration of radionuclides, monitoring of groundwater, soil, biota; – Monitoring of groundwater sources of drinking water with technogenic tritium; – Decommissioning of radiation and nuclear hazardous facilities.
Jelena Popić Ramač

I work as an assistant professor at Medical school University of Zagreb (Croatia) as well as a radiology specialist in University Hospital „Merkur”,Zagreb. My special interests are: transplatation related radiology, urogenital and gastrointestinal patology as well as radiation protection. As a scientist I have published many original scientific articles esspecialy in the field of radiation protection.
Vladimir Druzhinin

A systematic search for rare cytogenetic facilities - multiaberrant lymphocytes in human peripheral blood. It is shown that most roque lymphocytes registered in the cohort exposed overhangs emissions of radon and DPR (Mutation Research / Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of Mutagenesis, 2016), including a sample of lung cancer patients (Eur J. Cancer Prevention, 2016). It is hypothesized that roque cells are biomarkers of radiation exposure to the high linear energy transfer.
Janyl Madykova

I am an environmental reseacher at the Institute of Medical Problems under Academy of Sciences, Kyrgyz Republic. I research radioactive contamination in the town of Mailuu-Suu and surrounding area.
Prof. Dr. Ercan Yilmaz

MEMS fabrication and characterization, Radiation Sensor/ Dosemeter Fabrication, Material Science, Solar Energy systems, Solar cell Fabrication and characterization.
Marina Filimonova

Doctor of Sciences (Pharmacology, Clinical Pharmacology, Radiobiology), Head of the Laboratory of Radiation Pharmacology of A.Tsyb Medical Radiological Research Centre, Obninsk, Russia. Associate Professor, Department of Biology of Obninsk Institute for Nuclear Power Engineering of the National Nuclear University, MEPhI. The main areas of research: the development of radioprotective, anticancer and anti-shock drugs.
Yermakhan Tulkibaiuly

I am engineer, my fields of research are semiconductor detectors and counters of radio emission

NRDC (NÜRDAM-AIBU) Specialist, PhD. Student Abant Izzet Baysal University Center for Nuclear Radiation Detectors Research and Applications Golkoy - Bolu / TURKEY Tel: +90 374254 10 00 -- 2751 or 8752 +90 544 294 99 22
Natalia Andryushchenko

My field of interests is radioecology, geobarriers, reactive barriers and barrier materials for preventing radioactive pollution.
Zoran Mirkov

Head of Dosimetry at the Center for Radiological Protection Institute of Occupational Serbia `Dr Dragomir Karajović`` (5 employees in the Department) Work on the scientific work and projects in the field of control of radiation sources One of the lecturers at the courses for training and additional training of professionally exposed persons and persons responsible for carrying out measures for protection against ionizing radiation.
hasan sozbilir

Dr. Hasan Sozbilir is a structural geologist studying on the active tectonics and earthquake hazards of western Anatolia, has conducted extensive trenching programs to determine past earthquakes on faults for application to surface rupture microzonation in urban areas. His other research focuses on understanding extensional tectonics of western Anatolia in time and space, in addition to his duties as a professor of field geology, neotectonics and earthquake geology at Dokuz Eylül University.
Jasna Davidovic

I currently work at the Medical Physics and Radiation Protection Department of the University Clinical Centre of the Republic of Srpska in Banja Luka. My research topics of interest include patient dosimetry, MRI safety, as well as safety and quality management in diagnostic radiology.
Vijay Singh

Dr. Vijay K. Singh is a tenured Professor at F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine, Uniformed Services University, and a Principal Investigator at Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute, Bethesda, USA. He is a well-recognized scientist in the area of Radiation Biology. His research interests have focused on the development of radiation countermeasures. He has published 140 peer reviewed research articles in reputed journals. He is well-funded by various US funding agencies.
Dragan Cvetković

Photostability of carotenoids and their anti/pro-oxidant activity under UV-irradiation.
Dursun Ustundag

Dursun Ustundag is working as a member of academic staff in the department of Mathematics at Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey. His research interest covers a wide range of fields in applied science, especially reconstructions of coded mask images in x-ray astronomy, PET images in nuclear medicine and travel-time tomographic images in Geophysics. His current research interest is on positron lifetimes spectrum analysis using Bayesian statistical inferences together with Monte Carlo methods.
Regina Shoshina

The influence of Sr-90 on the biota in the territory of the storage of radioactive waste. Features of the calculation of dose rates for terrestrial mollusc
Vasyl Gritsyna

Associate Professor at Department of Physics and Technology of V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine. I am teaching students in Atomic and Nuclear Physics (General course for Bachelors). Also, I am a head of scientific group working in the field of the radiation effects in insulators searching the new or modify materials for application in radiation technology.
Sergey Sokovnin

I developed several repetitive nanosecond electron accelerators with a semiconductor opening switch and a thyratron magnetic energy compression circuit, which work in the Russian and foreign scientific institutions, and they also are introduced in production.
Yanka Karamalakova

Head asst. professor in Medical Faculty, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria Organic Synthesis; hinolin and izohinolin compounds-antitumor activity; new antioxidants; nitroxyl free radicals and spin labelling of different compounds; physicochemical properties of nitrosoureas. UV, G-radiation, EPR Spectroscopy; Radiolabelling; Scintigraphy of 99m-Tc ;ELIZA; Biodistribution and anticanser activity; superoxide scavenging activity,
Evgeniia Zabelina

Leading engineer in Laboratory of Semiconductor and Dielectric Materials "Single Crystals and Stock on their Base" (ILMZ) of the National University of Science and Technology "MISIS" Moscow Russia
Ricardo Augusto

CERN-PhD student affiliated with LMU Munich. Born in Lisboa, Portugal. Current field of research: Hadrontherapy, Radiation and Nuclear Physics. Previous research: Isotope production, Dosimetry & Radioprotection.
Michael Zhukovsky

Michael Zhukovsky. Director of the Institute of Industrial Ecology UB RAS, Ekaterinburg, Russia. Engineer (1979), PhD (1985), Doctor of Technical Sciences (2004), Professor (2011). General scientific interests: Radon (metrology, mechanisms of Rn entry in buildings, levels of exposure, epidemiology, risk assessment etc.), assessment of radiation impact of nuclear industry on population and environment, dosimetry of internal radiation exposure.
Michel Israel

My special interest is in the field of non-ionizing radiation health and safety. In addition, I am involved in developing methods fo measurement, exposure and risk assessment, legislation of all kind of physical factors, as noise, vibration, non-ionizing radiation, microclimate. Mainly, I am a teacher (a Professor) at the Medical University.
Omur Karaca Saygılı

I am an assistant professor in Anatomy Department in the Faculty of Medicine, Balikesir University, Turkey. I mostly work about stereology methods in brain MRI in depression patients.
Anna Antsiferova

Ph.D in Physics and Math. Head of Laboratory of Nanosafety of National Research Center "Kurchatov Institute". Fields of interest include condensed matter physics, biochemistry, neurophysiology, nanoscience and NBICS education.
Jurisic Vladimir

Prof. Dr. Vladimir Jurisic, Internal Medicine specialist, is chief of Scientific projects in Serbia, entitled "A molecular, biochemical and immune diagnosis of tumors." Actively engaged in replacement techniques that use radioactive nuclides in tumor diagnostics with no radioactive modern methods that use flow cytometry and methods of molecular oncology.
Ioan Iorga

Ioan Iorga was working from 2002 in several big projects like ROM 04029, BOA 3J0021 or EMERSYS. He is senior researcher in the decommissioning team from the NIPNE-HH institute from Romania. Under his coordination was succefully completed the distmantling of radionuclide efluents pipes between the reactor and the treatment plant. He has published more than 10 papers in reputed journals presenting his work. He is one of main author of the VVR-S nuclear reactor Decommissioning plan from Romania.
Mike Atkinson

I am the director of the Institute of Radiation Biology at the Helmholtz Centre in Munich. I also hold the chair of radiation biology at the Technical University of Munich. I am responsible for both the MSc degree course in radiation biology and the graduate school of radiation sciences for our PhD students. Research interests include radiation effects on health. I like exosomes, non-coding RNA and stressresponses.
Ziyafer Gizem Portakal

I am a Ph.D. candidate and a Res. Assist. at Physics Dept., Cukurova Uni. As my specialization was a medical physics, I have acquired a strong knowledge of physics and its applications in life science and medicine by working on external beam radiation therapy during my MSc period. I concentrate on improving advanced imaging modalities using tissue-mimicking phantoms in my Ph.D. study and my main interest is the combination of radiation applications and QA/QC measurements with dosimetric methods.
Ekaterina Chesnakova

I’m junior researcher at A. Tsyb MRRC –branch of the National Medical Research Radiological Centre of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Obninsk. I am interested in researching effects of endogenous nitric oxide modifiers in vascular disorders, processes of tumor’s growth, combined radiation injuries and formation of radiation-induced injury.
Aleksandra Peshevska

is Medical Physicist at the Institute of Pathophysiology and Nuclear Medicine, an academic staff of Faculty of Medicine, University Sts Cyril and Methodius of Skopje. Main interests: use of hybrid machines in nuclear medicine, optimization of acquisition protocols, radionuclide therapy, personal and patient dosimetry.
Irena Sazdova

is Medical Physicist at the Institute of Pathophysiology and Nuclear Medicine, an academic staff of Faculty of Medicine, University Sts Cyril and Methodius of Skopje. Main interests: use of hybrid machines in nuclear medicine, optimization of acquisition protocols, radionuclide therapy, personal and patient dosimetry.
Dr. Susanne Hausdörfer

Susanne Hausdörfer is a Belgian dermatologist, specialized in laser treatments for 17 years now. She participates regularly to world conferences as a speaker, such as AMWC, 5 CC, Laser Europe, Daisil. She has become KOL for Alma laser Israel.
Alina Samsonova

I’m junior researcher at A. Tsyb MRRC –branch of the National Medical Research Radiological Centre of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation. My field of interests is radiobiology,processes of tumor’s growth,radiation injuries and protect of normal tissues.
Vera N. Pozolotina

Head of Laboratory of Population Radiobiology. Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology, Ural Division of RAS. The fields of my interest: investigation of radioactive contamination of the ecosystems; estimation of dose loads and study of effects of radiation on non-human biota (plants). Other aspects are comparison of effects in the plant population from zones of radiation and chemical contamination; chronobiology. The Earthen-Ural Radioactive Trace is basic natural polygon of our investigations.
Elena Antonova

Senior Researcher at the Population Radiobiology Lab, Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology, Ural Branch of the RAS. Research interests: radioecology, radiobiology, ecotoxicology, population genetics, biochemistry, non-human biota, herbaceous plants.
Nadezhda Shimalina

Post-graduate student and engineer at the Population Radiobiology Lab, Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology, Ural Branch of the RAS. Main research interests include effects of radiation and chemical contamination on herbaceous plants.
Robert-Csaba Begy

Staff at ‘Babes-Bolyai’ University as Researcher at Interdisciplinary Research Institute on BIO-NANO-SCIENCES (responsible for Nuclear Spectroscopy laboratory), and as Lecturer at Faculty of Environmental Science and Engineering. I have implemented 210Pb dating method and applied for the first time in a Romanian laboratory this technique for calculating sedimentation rates (St. Ana and Red Lake) and applied alpha spectrometric methods for determination of 210Pb using one of its daughters 210Po.
Danail Ivanov

I am engineer at the Technical University-Varna. Our Team explore the available 3D printing technology and available range of materials and study the suitability of these materials for manufacturing of anthropomorphic breast phantoms for x-ray breast imaging.
Radojičić Bojan

A radiation oncologist at the Military Medical Academy in Belgrade.
Sibel Akça

I am a PhD student and also research assistant at Çukurova University, Physics Department in Adana. My main research interests focus on nuclear cross sections and reactions, evaluated data, thermoluminescence and applications of radiation.
Medet Aktayev

I am head of group Georadioecological Research Group. Type of work: The study migration of radionuclides in the environment.
Galina Nikolova

I am interesting in oxidative stress, drug toxicity, radiation and natural antioxidants
Ekaterina Evstratova

Assistant of professor in Department of Combination Effect Research, A. Tsyb Medical Radiological Research Centre - branch of the National Medical Research Radiological Centre of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Obninsk, Russia. PhD degree in radiobiology. The main areas of research: radiation-induced genetic instability, combined action of ionizing radiation, hyperthermia and chemical agents, cell recovery and cell radiotolerance.
Facundo Mattea

PhD in chemical engineer, associate researcher at LIIFAMIRx, a research group of medical physics and applied radiophysics of the Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics at the National University of Córdoba in Argentina. Currently involved in the design and development of new materials for advanced dosimetry, nanoparticles in radiotherapy and radiology and dedicated instrumentation and software.
Anastasia Zlobina

PhD student from Tomsk Polytechnic University. The research interests are radioecology, natural soil radioactivity, geochemistry and mineralogy of soil and weathering crust.PhD student from Tomsk Polytechnic University. The research interests are radioecology, natural soil radioactivity, geochemistry and mineralogy of soil and weathering crust.
Elina Pajuste

Researcher at the Department of Radiation Processes of the Institute of Chemical Physics, University of Latvia. Fields of interest: radiation processes in solids, radiation stability of materials, radiation measurements, influence of a high intensity magnetic field on processes stimulated by radiolysis in solids, materials for nuclear fusion applications.
Larysa Stadnyk

I am a Head of Central Laboratory of Radiation Hygiene of Medical Staff and Patients in Ukraine. The main tasks of our laboratory are the organization of centralized personal dosimetry for estimation of medical staff doses in Radiotherapy, Nuclear Medicine and Diagnostic Radiology, the study of patient doses and establishment of DRLs in Diagnostic Radiology, TLD-audit of dosimetry calibration quality for Radiotherapy Units and etc.

I am a Assistant Professor at the university of Osmaniye Korkut ATA in Turkey. I am working at the department of Energy Systems Engineering. I am interested in wind energy and solar energy.
Mariyana Stoynovska

Head of Department Hygiene, ecology, occupational diseases and disaster medicine, Medical University-Pleven, Bulgaria.Fields of interests: exposure and risk assessment, occupational pathology, prevention.
Rena Mikailova

Impact assessment for public and non-human biota resulted from NPP potential accidental releases
Evgenii Pimemov

Leading researcher of microbiological laboratory, Russian scientific research institute of radiology and agroecology, Russia, Obnunsk-sity, Kaluga region Key research areas: The action of ionizing radiation on microorganisms; microbiological analysis of environmental objects
Elizaveta Kazakova

I am Junior Researcher of the Laboratory of radiobiology and ecotoxicology plant at the Russian Institute of Radiology and Agroecology. I study long-term biological effects in chronically irradiated populations of Scots pine.
Doris Segota

I work at Medical Physics Department at University Hospital Rijeka, Croatia. As a medical physicist I am involved in diagnostic and interventional radiology.

It is thought that the soil component and specific radiation concentration data can be hereby used as basic material for considering radiation impact when creating the environment of a mass-use facility. It is also possible to use it, by quantifying the specific radiation contained by each component, as basic material for establishing the evaluation standards of internal radiation exposure effects and radiation environment effects, as well as for epidemiological surveys of radiation ecology.
Ekaterina Makarenko

I work as a researcher in Russian Institute of Radiology and Agroecology in the Laboratory of radiobiology and ecotoxicology of plants. I research biological effects under relatively low levels of chronic radiation impact for pine trees. Our task was to collect in the Bryansk region pine needles and pollen in the territories polluted after the Chernobyl accident. This work consists of three parts: the abnormal pollen, the needles morphometric indexes and genetic polymorphism.
Aleksejs Zolotarjovs

Researcher at Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia. Research is about novel dosimeters in a form of coatings. By modifying PEO technology high quality and easily producable alumina coatings on aluminium surface can be obtained.
Frank Bautista Sánchez

Junior researcher in Nuclear Physics Group at National University of Colombia. My research focus on measurement of concentrations for naturally occurring radioactive materials NORM through gamma-ray spectrometry, employing differents detectors. I’m interested on topics like radiation protection, gamma-ray spectrometry, radiation measurements and geant4 simulations.
Alicia Negron-Mendoza

I work at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico at Mexico City. My research focuses primarily on the application of Radiation Chemistry tools for the study of radiation–induced reactions relevant to chemical evolution and the origin of life.
Pamela Ochoa Parra

I am a junior researcher in the Nuclear Physics Group at National University of Colombia. My research focus on naturally occurring radioactive materials measurements, gamma ray spectrometry, detectors efficiency and radiation protection.
Németh Zsuzsanna

I am a biologist and I work as a research scientist at the Department of Non-ionizing Radiation, National Public Health Institute, Budapest, Hungary. The focus of my research is genotoxicity of the non-ionising radiation (UV radiation, radiofrequency, Wi-Fi). Recently started working with 3 dimensional skin tissues.
Ivan Pozdnyakov

Senior scientific researcher of Voevodsky Institute of Chemical Kinetics and Combustion, Novosibirsk, Russia. Scientific interests: environmental photochemistry, optical spectroscopy, laser flash photolysis, photodegradation of toxic pollutants caused by photolysis of iron complexes and humic substances.
Ayhan Yüksel

I have B.Sc. and M.Sc. Degree in Nuclear Engineering from Hacettepe University-Turkey. I am currently working as researcher at Çekmece Nuclear Research and Training Center-Radioactivity Measurement and Analysis Unit, Istanbul/Turkey. My work has focus on gamma spectrometric analysis of environmental samples, monitoring samples from radiological/nuclear facilities, import/export samples, construction materials. I also have studies about nuclear instrumentation (installation and modeling).
Šaćira Mandal

Dr. Shakira Mandal, Assistant professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy in Sarajevo, Department of Natural Sciences in Pharmacy, University of Sarajevo. Metabolism and molecular mechanisms involving fatty acids and especially free fatty acids, represented my interest, and I am particularly interested to molecular signaling mechanisms involved in the regulation of lipid metabolism, obesity, insulin resistance, and Type 2 diabetes.

Petr Skorobogatov, professor of MEPhI, Moscow, Russia. Specialist in the sphere of radiation effects in microelectronic devices,
Ana Luísa Casimiro

I’m a PhD student at Physics Department of Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal and at LIP - Laboratório de Instrumentação e Física Experimental de Partículas, Lisbon. I’m working in: - Space Radiation Environment - Radiation doses in Astronauts - Manned missions to Mars - Geant4 simulations
Dragan Stanojević

I am specialist pulmonologist working in Special hospital for non- specific lung diseases in Sokobanja, on the field of interventional pulmonology and bronchoscopy. I am a PhD student on a Faculty of Medical Sciences of the University Kragujevac, Serbia.
Jozef Sabol

Assoc. Professor, Ph.D., DSc. Engaged in radiation protection applicable to use of radiation and nuclear technologies in various fields. At present, Department of Crisis Management of PACR in Prague.
Bedřich Šesták

Bedřich Šesták Professor, PhD., DSc., Head of the Department of Crisis Management of the PACR in Prague. Currently, the Vice-Chancellor for research of the PACR.
Jozef Kubinyi

M.D., Ph.D., FEBNM. Head of Nuclear Medicine Department of the First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague.
Jana Hudzietzová

I am a PhD student at Faculty of Biomedical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague. My field of interests is radiation protection in nuclear medicine.
Mehmet Yüksel

Mehmet Yüksel has Ph.D. degree in Nuclear Physics and he is an academic member of Çukurova University Arts-Sciences Faculty Physics Department. His researches focus firstly on thermoluminescence and optically stimulated luminescence studies, such as dosimetric applications, dating, dosimetric material production and etc. Mehmet also works radiation measurement, radiation protection, physics and computer education.
Tomáš Steinberger

I am biomedical engineer at Department of Nuclear Medicine in University Hospital Kralovske Vinohrady in Prague, Czech Republic.