MARIA SKŁODOWSKA-CURIE: COMMEMORATING THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF HER NOBEL PRIZE IN CHEMISTRY
The Conference has a long tradition in Poland. It has been organized periodically as a national symposium on application of nuclear technology in the industry, medicine, agriculture, and environment protection. The series of national meetings started in 1960 and continued till 2005. The last Conference, organized in 2008 by the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology has already attained an international status. The main goal of the Conference is to bring together scientists working on nuclear technologies to discuss recent developments and applications. An important role of the Conference is to confront the opinions of scientists and academics with the key representatives of national and international regulatory bodies dealing with nuclear technology to plan further research fulfilling the needs of our modern society.
Professor Antoni Tajdu¶, Rector
Stanislaw Staszic AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland
Professor Wojciech Łużny, Dean
Faculty of Physics and Applied Computer Science, AGH-UST, Kraków, Poland
- nuclear technology in medical health care and biomedical research,
- nuclear technology in environment protection, earth sciences, and protection of cultural heritage,
- radiation protection,
- present status and future of nuclear energy,
- management of radioactive wastes,
- industrial applications,
- detection and prevention of illicit trafficking of explosives and nuclear materials,
- radiation measurements, data processing and acquisition,
- quality control and quality assurance in nuclear technologies.
Bernard Faucher, Senior Expert in radioactive waste
Andrzej Markowicz, International Atomic Energy Agency
Sueo Machi, Senior Advisor to National Atomic Energy Agency, Japan.
Andrzej Grzegorz Chmielewski, Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology, Poland
Renata Mikołajczak, Institute of Atomic Energy POLATOM Radioisotope Center, Poland
Jerzy Nawrocki, Polish Geological Institute, Poland
Jerzy Niewodniczański, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
Tomasz Zadroga, Polska Grupa Energetyczna PGE, Poland
Stefan Taczanowski, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
Presentations will have a form of an invited lecture, a contributed lecture, or a poster. The duration of an invited lecture is 30 min. + 10 min. discussion, contributed lecture - 15 min. + 5 min. discussion. The poster size is max. A0 (portrait orientation). The submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the Program Committee and the authors will be notified about their acceptance and the form of presentation (oral or poster).
Abstracts and Conference Proceedings
A book of abstracts will be published and distributed among participants during the Conference. For the details on how to prepare and submit an abstract please visit the Abstract submission page. The Conference proceedings with peer reviewed full text articles will be published in NUKLEONIKA Journal:
or in the Journal of Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies:
The contributions will be shared between the journals depending on the topics reported and the aims and scope of the journal.
The manuscripts intended for publishing should be prepared in accordance with the journal requirements and should be delivered in a final form during the Conference.
Registration and Conference Fees
Registration and hotel booking can be performed by filling in an on-line form, please visit the registration page. Early registration deadline is 15 May 2011.
The fee includes conference materials with book of
abstracts, coffee breaks, lunches, and tickets for the Welcome Reception and
350 Euro until 15 May 2011/450 Euro after 15 May 2011
200 Euro until 15 May 2011/300 Euro after 15 May 2011
Participants will be accommodated in hotels located close to the Conference site. There will be a number of rooms available in student hostels, located within a walking distance from the Conference site, with the first come first served booking policy. We strongly advise to register and book your hotel options as soon as possible. The full list of the recommended hotels will be soon available at the registration page.
A social program will be prepared for the Conference participants and accompanying persons including Welcome Reception and a Conference Dinner. Other facultative events will be arranged such as excursion to the Wieliczka Salt Mine and Kraków city tours.
Faculty of Physics and Applied Computer Science, AGH University of
Science and Technology
Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology
International Atomic Energy Agency
National Atomic Energy Agency
Polish Nuclear Society
European Nuclear Society
Chairman: Marek Lankosz1
Members: Dariusz Wegrzynek1, Marek Ciechanowski1, Zdzisław Stęgowski1, Joanna Chwiej1,
Joanna Dudała1, Grażyna Zakrzewska-Trznadel2, Wojciech Migdał2, Wojciech Głuszewski2,
1 Faculty of Physics and Applied Computer Science, AGH University of Science and Technology,
2 Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology, Warszawa, Poland
†passed away on 27 March 2010