YoungRad-seminar Proceedings Helsinki 14-15 December 2006

Elisabeth Strålberg (Editor), Roongrat Petersen (Editor), Susanna Salminen (Editor), Rajdeep Sidhu (Editor)

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    Abstract

    To provide an inspiring working environment for young students and scientists, it is important that they at an early stage can take part in a network of scientists working in their fields of interest. However, within each of the five Nordic countries the network of people involved in the fields of radiophysics, radiochemistry, radioecology, radiation protection and other related fields is rather small. Educational networking is a key factor in keeping young researchers motivated to continue working within these fields, and to recruit new students.

    For that reason the first YoungRad-seminar was held in Helsinki 14-15 December 2006. 43 young participants including MSc and PhD students at universities, researchers at different institutes and personnel from Nordic authorities took part in the seminar. All Nordic countries except Iceland were represented. The seminar was divided into four sessions including oral and poster presentations. In addition two senior researchers were invited to speak about Nordic radioecology and NKS. This report contains the abstracts and presentations made at the seminar.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationRoskilde
    PublisherNordic Nuclear Safety Research
    Number of pages147
    ISBN (Print)878-87-7893-224-2
    Publication statusPublished - 2007
    Event1st YoungRad-seminar 2006 - Helsinki, Finland
    Duration: 14 Dec 200615 Dec 2006
    Conference number: 1
    SeriesNKS
    Number159

    Seminar

    Seminar1st YoungRad-seminar 2006
    Number1
    Country/TerritoryFinland
    CityHelsinki
    Period14/12/200615/12/2006

    Keywords

    • Seminar
    • Young Scientists
    • Radiophysics
    • Radiochemistry
    • Radioecology
    • Radiation protection

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