The aim of the conference is to review and discuss recent achievements in radioecology, environmental radioactivity and related disciplines, as well as to promote continued development in these subjects in order to improve the radiological protection of humans and the environment.
The International Conference on Radioecology and Environmental Radioactivity 2020 will cover the acquisition of basic scientific knowledge in research dedicated to human and biota exposure situations for a wide range of radioactive sources (anthropogenic and naturally occurring radionuclides), as well as identifying new societal needs along with technical requirements for regulators and industry.
The conference scope is large covering environmental monitoring and field work, radiation effects studies, advances in analytical methods/metrology as well as model development and validation. The latest updates on integrated and graded approaches for human and environmental radiological risk assessment will be of interest as will results from research programmes on the environmental consequences of the Fukushima and Chernobyl accidents. Design of appropriate emergency preparedness routines will be another focus area, along with developments regarding laws and regulations that protect man and ecosystems from the effects of ionising radiation.
The conference will be a key forum for researchers, industry, regulators and experts for whom radioactivity in the environment is an interest area. It will include a selection of oral presentations, as well as short oral presentations for selected posters and poster exhibitions.
You are warmly welcome to Amsterdam, 19 - 24 April 2020.