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International Committee on Activation Analysis (ICAA)


Site of the International Committee on Activation Analysis (ICAA) and Conference Modern Trends in Activation Analysis (MTAA)


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 1/30/2020 8:15

Xiaolin Hou 2019 Hevesy Medal Awardee

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The 2019 Hevesy Medal Award Selection Panel (HMASP-19) is pleased to announce that Professor Xiaolin HOU ( of the Center for Nuclear Technologies, Technical University of Denmark, Risø Campus, Roskilde,...

Commemoration of Rolf Zeisler 
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 1/30/2020 8:13

Rolf Zeisler: 2018 Hevesy Medal Awardee


Rolf Zeisler received his PhD from the Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany in 1974 on the application of activation analysis to study corrosion products of metal implants in biological tissues....

Simonits Andras passed away... 
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 4/1/2018 20:41

Andras3_enlarged.jpegDear colleagues,

With a sharp pain in my heart I have to inform you that this evening I got the news that my colleague and dearest friend Andras Simonits passed away. At present I cannot find words to describe my sadness. 
Yours, Frans De Corte 

Nicholas Spyrou passed away... 
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 3/15/2018 16:24


Dear Colleagues,
I am very sorry to inform you that our beloved friend and colleague Nicholas Spyrou peacefully passed away on Saturday March 3rd surrounded by his family.

We will miss him dearly.
Sadly yours,


NICHOLAS SPYROU did his postgraduate...

Hevesy Medal 2017 awarded to Professor Pavel P. POVINEC 
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 4/5/2017 20:03

povinec_1500-2_227x340.jpgThe Hevesy Medal Award Selection Panel 2017 (HMASP-17) is pleased to announce that Professor RNDr. Pavel P. POVINEC, DrSc. ( of the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia, has...

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 Conferences to come...

4th Conference on Nuclear Analytical Techniques (NAT2020)
Joint with 6th Symposium on Radiation in Medicine, Space, and Power (RMSP-VI)

November 12-13, 2020
Yuseong Hotel, Oncheon-ro 9, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon
Republic of Korea

Scope of NAT2020 & RMSP-VI
· A. Radiation in Medicine and Industry
· B. Radiation in Space and Power
· C. Radiation Dosimetry in Radiological Emergency
· D. Applications of Nuclear Analytical Techniques (NATs)
· E. Instrumentations and sensors for NATs
· F. Analysis of Environmental Hazardous Substances
· G. Analysis of Fine Dust and Its Environmental Effects
· H. RI/In-beam Mössbauer Spectroscopy and Applications
· I. RI/In-beam Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy and Applications

 Past conferences...

Fifteenth International Conference on Modern Trends in Activation Analysis (MTAA-15)
Organized by BARC, Mumbai; November 17-22, 2019​

Scope of MTAA-15
A. Neutron Activation Analysis (NAA)
B. Prompt Gamma-ray NAA (PGNAA)
C. Charge Particle Activation Analysis (CPAA)
D. Photon Activation Analysis (PAA)
E. Fast Neutron Activation Analysis (FNAA)
F. k0-based conventional & internal monostandard NAA & PGNAA
G. Preconcentration , Radiochemical, Chemical & Speciation NAA
H. Research Reactors, Accelerators & Facilities for Activation Analysis
I. Radiation Detectors & Gamma-ray Spectrometry
J. Applications of Activation Analysis to Various Fields
K. Chemistry and Applications of Activation Products
L. Applications to Reference Materials & QA/QC in Measurements
M. Radioanalytical Techniques ( e.g., XRF, PIXE, PIGE, SSNTD etc.)​

2nd International Conference on Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry
(RANC 2019) 
May 5–10, 2019/Budapest, Hungary​
Scope of RANC 2019
1 Analytical methods and detection techniques
2 Environnent
3 Effects of radiation, radiation chemistry
4 Radiolabeled compounds and radiopharmaceuticals
5 Actinide chemistry, super-heavy elements
6 Nuclear industry
7 Separation, speciation
8 Radionuclides 
9 Instrumentation and methodology
10 Education in radiochemistry​

Since MARC I in 1987, this series of conferences has become the major international forum for discussion of advances in radioanalytical chemistry and its applications, despite the somewhat remote location for many participants. Conference web site.


The scope of the 18th Radiochemical Conference will cover chemistry of radioactive elements, radioanalytical methods, radiochemical separation methods and speciation techniques, environmental radioactivity (both natural and artificial), radioecology, application of radionuclides and ionising radiation in research and technology, radiation chemistry, chemistry of the nuclear fuel cycle including the chemical problems in nuclear waste treatment and disposal, or education and training.​ Conference web site... 




Dr. E. Mauerhofer: Jülich Centre for Neutron Science JCNS Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH
September 17 (Sun) ~ 22 (Fri), 2017, ICC Jeju • Jeju Island, Korea
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