13th Meeting of the task- force on Shielding aspects of Accelerators, Targets and Irradiation Facilities
10-12 October 2016
10-12 October 2016
Particle accelerators are continuously evolving and have an increasing impact on research, technology and society with a wide range of applications, which include material science and medical applications. Moreover, in recent years a dramatic progress has been made in the production of new types of radiation, often with unprecedented beam intensities and complex source terms, giving rise to new radiation shielding aspects and problems.
The activities of the Task Force on Shielding Aspects of Accelerators, Targets and Irradiation Facilities (SATIF) are jointly sponsored by the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) and its Nuclear Science Committee (NSC), the Radiation Safety Information Computational Center (RSICC) of ORNL, The Division of Radiation Science and Technology of Atomic Energy Society of Japan, and CERN.
The main objectives of the SATIF meetings are to:
- Promote the exchange of information among experts in the field of accelerator, target and irradiation facilities shielding , and related topics
- Identify areas where international co-operation can be fruitful
- Carry on a program of work in order to achieve progress in specific priority areas
Following the SATIF tradition, there is no registration fee for this event.
|Workshop:||from October, 10 2016 08:00 to October 12, 2016 around 18:00|
|Abstract submission opening:||April 12, 2016
Abstract submission deadline for oral presentations:
July 25, 2016, Closed
Note: abstract submission is still open for the poster session !!!
|Notification to the authors:||Beginning of September, 2016
|Registration deadline:||November 30, 2016|
|Deadline for the full paper submission:|
Bautzner Landstrasse, 400
01328 Dresden, Germany
Room: Building 106, Room 255 (Lecture Hall)
- Source Terms and related topics
- Shielding and Dosimetry
- Induced Radioactivity
- Code Development, Benchmarking and Intercomparison
- Present status of data and code libraries
- Medical and industrial accelerators
- Beam-plasma and laser-plasma interaction and acceleration
- Follow-up of past SATIF agreements and future actions