The one week training course “Radiation Protection - Basics and Applications (RaPBA)” is organized and held by the Forschungszentrum Jülich and is financially supported by “CONCERT – The European Joint Programme for the Integration of Radiation Protection Research” under the EU framework HORIZON 2020.
The content of teaching covers the basics in radiation protection and will give insights in today´s standards of applied radiation protection. It includes lectures and practical training with particular emphasis on radionuclide monitoring and dispersion in the environment, individual monitoring and dose assessment after internal exposure, short-range particle emitter and cellular dosimetry, as well as emergency preparedness and response.
The course is open for students at the MSc and PhD level in the scientific fields of physics, chemistry, nuclear applications, life sciences, environmental toxicology and related degree programmes and will be held in English. Please note that there is a maximum of 12 participants.
Please submit the following documents via Email before 15th November 2019
• Letter of application
• CV with description of the academic education
• Supporting letter from the supervisor (only for PhD students)