Organizers and Partners
CAEN S.p.A. Tools for Discovery – Italy
CAEN is among the world’s leading companies in the electronic instrumentation for Nuclear Physics Research, providing a comprehensive range of high/low voltage power systems and data acquisition/front-end modules compliant with IEEE standards for nuclear and particle physics.
CAEN is also leader worldwide in development of Radiation Measurements Systems and Spectroscopy Solutions, engaged with high performance operations involving Nuclear Facilities, Measurements Laboratories, Security and Safeguards Applications.
Pisa University – Italy
The University of Pisa is a public institution with twenty departments, and high level research centres in the agriculture, astrophysics, computer science, engineering, medicine and veterinary medicine sectors. Furthermore the University has close relations with the Pisan Institutes of the National Board of Research, with many cultural institutions of national and international importance, and with industries, especially those based in information technology, which went through a phase of rapid expansion in Pisa during the nineteen sixties and seventies.
DICI: Department of Civil and Industrial Engineering Pisa University – Italy
The Department of Civil and Industrial Engineering (DICI) was founded in 2012, following the reform of the Italian university system, as a merger of the previous departments of: aerospace engineering, chemical engineering, industrial chemistry and materials science, mechanical engineering, nuclear and of production and part of the civil engineering department.
CEA: French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission – France
CEA is a French public government-funded research organisation in the areas of energy, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. The CEA maintains a cross-disciplinary culture of engineers and researchers, building on the synergies between fundamental and technological research.
INSTN, National Institute for Nuclear Science and Technology- France
The INSTN is a public higher education institution administered by the CEA under the joint authority of the Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research, the Ministry of the Economy, Industry and the Digital Sector and the Ministry of the Environment, Energy and Marine Affairs.
SCKCEN: Belgian Nuclear Research Centre – Belgium
The Belgian Nuclear Research Centre is a global leader in the field of nuclear research, services and education. Its mission gives priority to research on problems of societal concern: safety of nuclear installations, radiation protection, medical and industrial applications of radiation, the back end of the nuclear fuel cycle (nuclear reprocessing and management of radioactive waste), nuclear decommissioning and decontamination of nuclear sites, the fight against nuclear proliferation. To these domains, SCK CEN contributes with research and development, training, communication, and services.
Aix-Marseille Université – France
The Aix-Marseille University (AMU) is a public research university located in the region of Provence, southern France. AMU is today one of the youngest universities in France, it is also the largest by the number of its students, its staff and its budget. All of which made of AMU an institution of higher education and excellent research.
Aix-Marseille Université Filière Instrumentation Faculté des Sciences – France
The Instrumentation Stream is an educational and engineering unit of the Department of Physics within the Faculty of Sciences of the AMU. Since 1985, it has offered a coherent set of higher education courses for senior technician and executive positions, positioned in the fields of metrology, instrumentation, automation, industrial process control, testing and R&D. Its offer is supplemented at Master level by the training of specialists in marketing in scientific instrumentation and microsensors and detection systems.
Institute Experimental and Applied Physics (IEAP), Czech Tecnical University in Prague (CTU)
The IEAP is scientific and educational institute of the CTU in Prague focusing on fundamental research in particle (LHC at CERN), neutrino (double beta decay, detection of high-energy cosmic neutrinos, oscillations), astroparticle (detection of dark matter and cosmic rays) and subatomic physics as well as on broad range of applications (pixel and strip detectors, X-rays and neutron radiography, biomedical imaging etc.).
JSI: Institut “Jožef Stefan” – Slovenia
The Jožef Stefan Institute is the leading Slovenian scientific research institute, covering a broad spectrum of basic and applied research. The main research areas are physics, chemistry, molecular biology, biotechnology, information technologies, reactor physics, energy and environment.
IEEE NPSS: IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society
The IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society (NPSS) originated in 1949 as the Professional Group on Nuclear Science within the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE). The fields of interest of the NPSS include Nuclear Science and Engineering (including radiation detection and monitoring instrumentation, radiation effects, nuclear biomedical applications, particle accelerators, and instrumentation for nuclear power generation), and Plasma Science and Engineering (including plasma dynamics, thermonuclear fusion, plasma sources, relativistic electron beams, laser plasma interactions, diagnostics, and solid state plasmas). The NPSS sponsors seven conferences and three peer reviewed journals.