Conference Scope

The eighth of a series of conferences devoted to endorsing and promoting scientific and technical activities based on nuclear instrumentation and measurements.
Long tradition of research, development and teaching in solid state dosimetry and nuclear electronics.

Involvement in multiple international organizations and their conferences (ISSDO, NEUDOS).
Representation of a consortium of institutions eager to bring the conference to Italy for the first time.

Hands-on summer school with laboratory sessions co-organized between CAEN & Pisa University UNIPI.

Even if it would preferable to have everybody participation physically, it would be the possibility to attend the conference remotely.

Main Objective

ANIMMA conference brings together scientific, academic and industrial communities interested or actively involved in the R&D related to nuclear instrumentation and measurement methods. The program is focused

on instrumentation but emphasizes the latest developments in all measurement stages: signal detection, modelling, electronics treatment, signal acquisition and analysis, modeling interpretation and associated training / education activities.

ANIMMA 2023 will offer an outstanding opportunity for scientists, engineers and students to meet and to to address complex problems in nuclear instrumentation and measurement sciences and technologies especially nuclear security and safeguard ones as a response to the increase in terror attacks in recent years.

A very new proposition would be to have a Laboratory in nuclear measurement instrumentation application to explain a series of security systems to better address nuclear security applications by guarding against threat, theft, sabotage, unauthorized access, illegal transfer or other malicious acts involving high-level radioactive wastes and nuclear facilities.


“a journey through time. a journey into art, a journey into flavors …. in other words ….. a journey towards EDEN”

Lucca is a city on the Serchio river in Italy’s Tuscany region. It’s known for the well-preserved Renaissance walls encircling its historic city center and its cobblestone streets. Broad, tree-lined pathways along the tops of these massive 16th- and 17th-century ramparts are popular for strolling and cycling. Casa di Puccini, where the great opera composer was born, is now a house museum.