The first Marko Moscovitch School (formerly called Summer School) was held in conjunction with Solid State Dosimetry Conference in Athens on 2001. Since then the School is held each time preceding the SSD Conference under supervision of the ISSDO.
The aim of this School is to teach the skills and knowledge needed to understand the principles and application of dosimetry based on solid state detectors. Its program includes the basics of dosimetry, advanced applications of the SSD techniques for emergency dosimetry, dose reconstruction & dating, real-time monitoring, medical dosimetry, etc.
The next Marko Moscovitch School (SSD19 Summer School) will be held on 11-14 September 2019 at Hiroshima University. In this School, many world-class experts will provide lectures on state-of-the-art methods and theories for radiation dosimetry, and then discuss future needs that will be investigated by young professionals including graduate-course students.
We are very excited and look forward to seeing you enjoy those lectures and discussions in this School. Please use this precious opportunity to deepen and widen your knowledge on radiation dosimetry and expand your scientific activities.
Let us express our sincere appreciation to all the lecturers who accepted giving lectures for this School from their busy schedules. We also thank all institutions and sponsors as well as our colleagues in Hiroshima who kindly supported organization and operation of this School.
All the best,
Organizing Committee of SSD19 Summer School:
Adrie J.J. Bos (The Netherlands)
Anatoly Rosenfeld (Australia)
Eduardo Yukihara (Switzerland)
Francesco d’Errico (Italy/USA)
Stephen W.S. McKeever (USA)
& Hiroshi Yasuda (Japan)