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Scientific programme

The workshop will start  in the venue on the morning of September 6.
The presentation should not exceed 30 minutes including discussions. It is recommended to limit the contribution to new results or techniques, rather than long introductions. Please, make sure to upload your presentation in pdf or ppt format during the breaks in time.
The pdf file of abstracts is available at the bottom of this page.

  8:00 - 9:00 registration
 9:00 - 10:30
 1st Session
 10:30 - 11:15
coffee break
 11:15 - 12:45
2nd Session
 12:45 - 14:15
lunch
 14:15 - 15:45
3rd Session
 15:45 - 16:30
coffee break
 16:30 - 18:00
4th Session


Introduction
Radiation Measurements for the Fukushima nuclear accident
Y. Uchihori

 
Models and Calculation
PHITS calculation of radiation field in HIMAC BIO
O. Ploc, Y. Uchihori, H. Kitamura, L. Sihver

Assessment of Galactic Cosmic Ray flux models

A. Mrigakshi, T. Berger, D. Matthiae, G. Reitz, and R. F. Wimmer-Schweingruber

An update on the development of a model for ISS radition mission planning

S. El-Jaby, B.J. Lewis, L. Tomi, N. Zapp, K. Lee, and S. Johnson

Numerical estimation of the radiation exposure during the solar energetic particle event on 13th of December 2006
D. Matthiae, T. Berger, and G. Reitz

 
Environmental Measurements
Preliminary Results of 2nd and 3rd Proton ICCHIBAN Experiments
H. Kitamura, Y. Uchihori, N. Yasuda, E. Benton, S. Kodaira, O. Ploc, T. Berger, M. Hajek, I. Ambrozova, and ICCHIBAN Participants

ISS and Space shuttle radiation measurements at solar minimum
R. Gaza, A. Welton, A. Dunegan D. Fry, and K. Lee

The DOSIS experiment onboard the Columbus Laboratory of the ISS: Detector evaluation status and the status of the upcoming DOSIS 3D experiment
T. Berger and G. Reitz for the DOSIS and DOSIS 3D science team

Recent results of TLD and OSL measurements from SCK.CEN

V. Cauwels, W. Schoonjans, and F. Vanhavere

Radiation Monitoring using PADLES on board the ISS Japanese Experiment Module, Kibo
A. Nagamatsu, K. Murakami, K. Kitajo, K. Shimada, H. Kumagai, and H. Tawara

Dose measurements onboard the ISS with the Pile TLD system
A. Hirn, I. Apathy, Yu A. Akatov, V. V. Arkhangelsky, I. Nikolaev, S. Deme, anf P. Szanto

Preliminary results of the SPD Box experiments onboard ISS
J. Szabo, J.K. Palfalvi, V.A. Shurshakov, and R. Tolochek

Dose distribution in SPD box and CR-39 PNTD results: Comparison between NPI and NIRS

N. Yasuda, S. Kodaira, I. Ambrozova, K. Brabcova, R. Tolochek, E. Benton, H. Kawashima, M. Kurano, Y. Uchihori, H. Kitamura, and S. Shurshakov

On the uncertainty of linear energy transfer spectra measured with track-etched detectors in the space

K. Pachnerova Brabcova, I. Ambrozova, Z. Mrazova, and A. Malusek

Review of bubble detector measurements on board the International Space Station
R. Machrafi, M.B. Smith, Yu A. Akatov, H.R. Andrews, V. Arkhangelsky, I. V. Chernykh, H. Ing, N. Khoshooniy, B.J. Lewis, I. Nikolaev, R.Y. Romanenko, V. Shurshakov, R.B. Thirsk, and L. Tomi

Results from the DOSIS experiment

S. Burmeister, J. Labrenz, R. Beaujean, O. Kortmann, T. Berger, M. Boehme, L. Haumann, and G. Reitz

Overview of recent ISS measurements and future human spaceflight operational planning
J. Barzilla, A. Dunegan, D. Fry, R. Gaza, A.S. Johnson, K. Lee, E. Semones, N. Stoffle, and N. Zapp

Iron flux inside the International Space Station is measured to be lower then predicted

L. Narici, M. Casolino, L. Di Fino, M. Larosa, and V. Zaconta

Analysis of the EVA doses observed by Liulin-type instruments on ISS
Ts. P. Dachev, B.T. Tomov, Yu N. Matvuchuk, Pl. G. Dimitrov, N.G. Bankov, O. PLoc, and J. Kubancak

Influence of flight parameters on the dosimetric characteristics measured with Liulin semiconductor detector on board ISS during solar maximum and minimum
J. Kubancak, Z. Mrazova, T. Dachev, and O. Ploc

Study of local water shielding efficiency to space radiation with the protective curtain in ISS crew cabin

R.V. Tolochek, V.A. Shurshakov, I.S. Kartsev, E.N., Yarmanova, I.V. Nikolaev, N. Yasuda, S. Kodaira, H. Kitamura, Y. Uchihori, and I. Ambrozova

Space experiment BTN-Neutron on Russion segment of International Space Station

V. Tretyakov, I. Mitrofanov, F. Fedosov, A. Kozyrev, V. Lyagushi, M. Litvak, A. Malakhov, N. Mokrousov, M. Pronin, A. Sanin, I. Nuzgdin, and A. Vostrukhin

 
Phantom Measurements
Study of dose distribution in a human body in ISS compartments with the spherical tissue equivalent phantom
V.A. Shurshakov, I.S. Kartsev, R.V. Tolochek, V.M. Petrov, V.I. Petrov, B. Polenov, I.V. Nikolaev, and V.I. Lyagushin

Simulations of MATROSHKA-R experiment 2006 at the ISS using PHITS
Z. Mrazova, I. Ambrozova, L. Sihver, T. Sato, and V.A. Shurshakov

Neutron production in a spherical phantom aboard the International Space Station
R. Machrafi, A. Tasbaz, V. Kovaltchouk, V. Shurshakov, and N. Khoshooniy

HAMLET: Ground based experiments for the harmonization of thermoluminescence data gathered in frame of the MATROSHKA experiment
P. Bilski, T. Berger, M. Hajek, C. Korner, M. Puchalska, A. Twardak, and G. Reitz for the HAMLET consortium

HAMLET: Final results from MTR-1/ -2A and -2B experiment - thermoluminescence detectors

T. Berger, P. Bilski, M. Haje, C. Korner, M. Puchalska, and G. Reitz for the HAMLET consortium

HAMLET: Results for the nuclear track etch detectors evaluation for the MATROSHKA-1, -2A, and -2B experiment phases
C. Korner, T. Horwacik, J.K. Palfalvi, J. Szabo, T. Berger, and G. Reitz for the HAMLET consortium

HAMLET: Neutron dose assessments for MATROSHKA-A using the HPA PADC dosemeter

L. Hager, J. Eakins, and R. Tanner for the HAMLET consortium

HAMLET: Final results from the MTR-1/ -2B experiment phase - active instruments
J. Labrenz, S. Burmeister, T. Berger, B. Heber, R. Beaujean, and G. Reitz

HAMLET: Simulations of MATROSHKA experiments at ISS using PHITS
M. Puchalska, L. Sihver, T. Sato, T. Berger, and G. Reitz

HAMLET - Verification of voxel phantoms using the Monte Carlo codes GEANT4 and FLUKA

A. Zechner, D. Matthiae, M. Hajek, T. Berger, and G. Reitz on behalf of the HAMLET consortium

 
New Instruments and Developments
IV-TEPC: Status of the intravehicular - tissue equivalent proportional counter (IV-TEPC) development for ISS
E. Semones on behalf of the Advanced Radiation Instrumentation Project at NASA Johnson Space Center

Comparison of boron-loaded plastic scintillators for ISS-RAD
C. Zeitlin, K. Neal, M. Vincent, C. Kofoed, and D. Hassler

Calibration of depleted type of p-MOSFET dosemeter to high energy protons

M. Fragopoulou, S. Stoulos, M. Zamani, E. Benron, Y. Uchihori, D. O'Sullivan, S. Siskos, T. Laopoulos, V. Konstantakos, and G. Sarrabayrouse

A sort-of tissue equivalent proportional counter for space radiation dosimetry applications
E. Benton and T. Collums

Status of Medipix-based radiation environment monitor (REM) station development test objective (SDTO)

N. Stoffle, L. Pinsky, K. Lee, E. Semones, N. Zapp, C. Amberboy, A. Bahadori, J. Hauss, S. Pospisil, J. Jakubek, Z. Vykydal, D. Turecek, and A. Burian

Passive cooling of s.c. magnetic systems for the protection from ionizing radiation of habitats in space

P. Spillantini



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Kateřina Brabcová,
1 Sep 2011, 06:35
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