NDRA2020

4th Summer School on Neutron Detectors and Related Applications

22-25 June 2020
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Venue: Riva del Garda

Continuing in its tradition, the aim of the school is to illustrate principles, methodologies and most recent applications of neutron detection technologies. In particular, the school will tackle various arguments that span from neutron interaction principles, materials for neutrons detectors, neutron sources, Monte Carlo simulation codes, up to applications with neutrons.  

The school is addressed to PhD students, Post-Docs and young researchers with backgrounds in Engineering and Physics.

Kindly notice: on Sunday 21 June,  at 18.00 a Welcolme cocktail will be offered to participants. In the meantime it will be possible to check in for the School 

TOPICS

- Neutron interaction with materials
- Physics of neutron detectors
- Materials for neutron detection
- Monte Carlo simulation
- Gas detectors for neutrons
- Neutron sources
- Neutrons in medicine, energy and environment

LECTURERS

  • Saverio Altieri, University of Pavia, Italy - Neutrons in Cancer Therapy 
  • Ralf Engels, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany - Detector Design
  • Alfredo Ferrari, CERN, Switzerland - Monte Carlo Methods 
  • Frederico Garrido,  Université Paris Sud, France - Neutrons and Nuclear Waste Materials 
  • Bruno Guerard, Institute Laue-Langevin, France - Gas Detectors
  • Richard Hall-Wilton, European Spallation Source, Lund, Sweden - Neutron Sources
  • Jason Hayward,  University of Tennessee, USA - Physics of Neutron Interaction with Materials 
  • Gregor Kramberger, Josef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia - Solid State Neutron Detectors
  • Charles L. MelcherUniversity of Tennessee, USA - Crystalline Scintillators for Neutron Detection
  • Stanislav Pospisil, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic - Neutron Detection Principles and Neutron Imaging
  • Sara Pozzi, University of Michigan, USA - Neutron Detection for Nonproliferation Applications
  • Peter SchillebeeckxEC-JRC-IRMM, BelgiumData Analysis in Neutron Detection
  • Paul Schotanus, Scionix, Netherlands - Inorganic Scintillators for Neutron Detection

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Alberto Quaranta - Alberto.Quaranta [at] unitn.it
Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Trento and INFN-TIFPA, Trento, Italy

Gian-Franco Dalla Betta - Gianfranco.Dallabetta [at] unitn.it
Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Trento and INFN-TIFPA, Trento, Italy

Gianluigi Casse - casse [at] fbk.eu
CMM-FBK

Sandra MorettoSandra.Moretto [at] pd.infn.it
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Padova, Italy

Lina Quintierilina.quintieri [at] stfc.ac.uk 
STFC-UKRI - ISIS Neutron and Muon Source, UK

Sara Carturansara.carturan [at] lnl.infn.it
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Padova and LNL-INFN, Italy

REGISTRATIONS & FEES

 

Profile early bird (by June 1st 2020) Late (June 1st - June 15th)
Senior Researcher € 400  € 500
Student  € 325  € 400

> Please notice: no onsite registration or payment will be accepted.

A maximum of 60 registrations will be accepted. People who intend to join the school can preliminarily contact the organizing committee

POSTER AND ORAL PRESENTATIONS

PhD and Post-Doc students are invited to present a poster with a short oral introduction during a dedicated session of the school. Instructions and template are available in the Registration form

VENUE AND ACCOMODATION

As the School will be held in Riva del Garda, more information about the venue will be soon published.

 

 

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