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Proceedings

Full proceedings of the conference.

Individual contributions

Opening and Bo Lindell Award
International Perspectives
Nordic Perspectives
Emergency, Preparedness and Response
Radioecology
Technologies and Safety
Medical Applications
Policy, Regulations and Inspections
Natural Radioactivity

Opening and Bo Lindell Award

S1-O1
Bo Lindell Lecture: Nordic co-operation in an international context
Sigurður M. Magnússon, Icelandic Radiation Safety Authority
S1-O1 – Bo Lindell Lecture 2015 – Magnússon
The Bo Lindell book translation project
Jack Valentin, Former ICRP Secretary
S1-O2 – Valentin

International Perspectives

S2-O1
INVITED: New developments and growing international cooperation in the field of emergency preparedness and response
Patrick Majerus, Ministry of Health, Department of Radiation Protection, Luxembourg
S2-O1 – Majerus

Nordic Perspectives

S3-O1
INVITED: ESS status – focusing on the perspectives for international research, and the challenges related to radiation protection for the staff, the public and the environment
Peter Jacobsson, European Spallation Source ESS AB, Environment, Safety & Health (ESH) Division
S3-O1 – Jacobsson
S3-O2
Current and emerging challenges for Nordic nuclear safety: cooperation through the NKS-R programme
Karin Andgren, NKS
S3-O2 – Andgren

Emergency, Preparedness and Response

S4-O1
Current and emerging challenges for Nordic nuclear/radiological emergency preparedness: cooperation through the NKS-B programme
Kasper Andersson, NKS / DTU
S4-O1 – Andersson
S4-O2
Societal dimensions in post-accident recovery – return of experience from Fukushima and Chernobyl experience
Inger Margrethe Eikelmann, Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority
S4-O2 – Eikelmann
S4-O3
Uncertainties of Atmospheric Dispersion Calculations for Emergency Preparedness
Jens Havskov Sørensen, Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI)
S4-O3 – Sørensen
S4-O4
Uncertainty in predictions of the ambient dose equivalent rates for 30 years following the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident
Sakae Kinase, Japan Atomic Energy Agency
S4-O4 – Kinase
S4-O5
Dispersion model based dose-rate measurement simulation for exercises
Tuomas Peltonen, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK)
S4-O5 – Peltonen
S4-O6
DEMAs experiences with unmanned aerial vehicles for radiological measurements
Carsten Israelson, Danish Emergency Management Agency (DEMA)
S4-O6 – Israelson
S5-O1
Measurement requirements to maximise recovery phase dose reduction in large contaminated land areas
Kasper Andersson, DTU
S5-O1 – Andersson
S5-O2
An accidental exposure to I-131
Wendla Paile, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK)
S5-O2 – Paile
S5-O3
Scenario Based Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Preparedness in a Non-Nuclear Country (Norway)
Øyvind Gjølme Selnæs, Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority
S5-O3 – Selnæs
S5-O4
Online courses in radiation protection
Mattias Jönsson, Lund University
S5-O4 – Jönsson
S5-P1
Elemental Composition and Structure of Commercial Available Personal Radiation Shielding Protective Clothing
Radek Cerny, National Institute for Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Protection
S5-P1 – Cerny
S5-P2
Probabilistic Off-site Consequences Analysis – development of a guiding document
Karin Fritioff, Vattenfall AB
S5-P2 – Fritioff
S5-P3
Characterization of HPGe detectors using Computed Tomography
Angelica Hedman, FOI
Not available
S5-P4
Impact of atmosphere on the transport of Ruthenium in the primary circuit of nuclear power plant
Ivan Kajan, Chalmers University of Technology
Not available

Radioecology

S6-O1
Radiochemcial analysis of important radionuclides in Nordic nuclear industry
Xiaolin Hou, Technical University of Denmark, Center for Nuclear Technologies
S6-O1 – Hou
S6-O2
Multivariate analysis of release data and environmental monitoring data from Swedish nuclear facilities
Charlotte Lager, Swedish Radiation Safety Authority
S6-O2 – Lager
S6-O3
Application of Rapid and Automated Techniques in Radiochemical Analysis – Inspirations from NKS-B Rapid-Tech Project
Jixin Qiao, DTU Nutech
S6-O3 – Qiao
S6-O4
Canopy interception and accumulation of Fukushima Dai-ichi derived radiocaesium by forest trees.
Stefan Bengtsson, Institute of Environmental Radioactivity, Fukushima University
S6-O4 – Bengtsson
S6-O5
Concentrations and inventories of Cs-137 in dated sediments sampled in the Swedish Marine Environmental Monitoring Program
Mats Eriksson, Swedish Radiation Safety Authority
S6-O5 – Eriksson
S6-O6
Effects of dynamic behaviour of Nordic marine environment to radioecological assessments (the EFMARE project)
Mikhail Iosjpe, Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority
S6-O6 – Iosjpe
S6-O7
Really long term radiological assessment of ecosystems
Ulrik Kautsky, SKB
S6-O7 – Kautsky
S6-P1
Radioactivity in fertilizers
Tuukka Turtiainen, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK)
S6-P1 – Turtiainen

Technologies and Safety

S7-O1
Uranium Aerosol Characteristics at a Nuclear Fuel Manufacturing Site – The regulators perspective
Nils Addo, Swedish Radiation Safety Authority
S7-O1 – Addo
S7-O2
Uranium Aerosol Characteristics at a Nuclear Fuel Manufacturing Site – Particle Size, Morphology and Chemical Composition
Edvin Hansson, Linköping University, Westinghouse Electric Sweden AB
S7-O2 – Hansson
S7-O3
Performance of a new NIRP TL-dosemeter. Uncertainty and detection limit estimation
Henrik Roed, National Institute of Radiation Protection
S7-O3 – Roed
S7-O4
The start of the decommissioning of the inner parts of the DR3 reactor
Jens Søgaard-Hansen, Danish Decommissioning
S7-O4 – Søgaard-Hansen
S7-O5
Radioactive Waste Management in Denmark
Heidi Sjølin Thomsen, Dansk Dekommissionering
S7-O5 – Thomsen
S7-P1
Establishing a method for a more accessible and reliable verification of medical radiation shielding
Ibtisam Yusuf, Department of Radiation Physics and Department of Medicine and Health Sciences, Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden
Not available

Medical Applications

S8-O1
INVITED: Developments and justification of applications using ionizing radiation in the medical field
Steve Ebdon-Jackson, Public Health England, Medical Exposure Regulatory Infrastructure Team
S8-O1 – Ebdon-Jackson
S8-O2
Radiation safety aspects of the Danish Center for Proton Therapy
Lars Hjorth Praestegaard, Department of Medical Physics, Aarhus University Hospital
S8-O2 – Preaestegaard
S8-O3
New Danish research laboratory for medical dosimetry
Claus E. Andersen, Technical University of Denmark
S8-O3 – Andersen
S8-O4
The National System for the Introduction of New Health Technologies within the Specialist Health Service
Eva Godske Friberg, Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority
S8-O4 – Friberg
S9-O1
Computed paediatric tomography exposure and radiation-induced cancers: Results from a national cohort study in France
Marie-Odile Bernier, IRSN
S9-O1 Bernier
S9-O2
Pediatric protocols and dose reduction devices in CT scanners where few examinations are performed
Jonina Gudjonsdottir, Icelandic Radiation Safety Authority
Not available
S9-O3
Population doses from x-ray and nuclear medicine procedures in Nordic countries
Ritva Bly, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK)
S9-O3 – Bly
S9-O4
Sunbeds and sunburns in Iceland
Þorgeir Sigurðsson, Icelandic Radiation Safety Authority
S9-O4 – Sigurðsson
S10-O1
The importance of implementing radiation protection in the national eHealth-strategy
Eva Godske Friberg, Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority
S10-O1 – Friberg
S10-O2
Clinical audits for breast cancer radiotherapy in Norway
Ingrid Espe Heikkilä, Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority
S10-O2 – Heikkila
S10-O3
Inspection of Cardiology departments in Norway: Are they making it great in radiation protection?
Reidun D. Silkoset, Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority
S10-O3 – Silkoset
S10-O4
Measurement of eye lens radiation doses to staff during percutaneous coronary interventional procedures
Ibtisam Yusuf, Department of Radiation Physics and Department of Medicine and Health Sciences, Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden
S10-O4 – Yusuf
S10-P1
Frequency of Medical X-ray Examinations in Iceland in 2013
Nelly Petursdottir, Icelandic Radiation Safety Authority
S10-P1 – Petursdottir
S10-P2
Ra-223 planar whole body scan and SPECT of surgically removed bone
Robin de Nijs, Rigshospitalet, Nuclear Medicine and PET
S10-P2 – de Nijs
S10-P3
Whole body counting of radium-223 for monitoring of staff in radionuclide therapy.
Søren Holm, Rigshospitalet, Nuclear Medicine and PET
S10-P3 – Holm
S10-P4
Developments in first choice from conventional X-rays to CT for selected studies
Britta Højgaard, National Institute of Radiation Protection
S10-P4 – Højgaard

Policy, Regulations and Inspections

S11-O1
Swedish Radiation Safety Authority: Systematic monitoring and evaluation of work practices an important aspect of improving radiation safety for patients.
Camilla Larsson, Swedish Radiation Safety Authority
S11-O1 – Larsson
S11-O2
Inspections of x-ray equipment at Danish public hospitals
Peter Kaidin Frederiksen, National Institute of Radiation Protection
S11-O2 – Frederiksen
S11-O3
Electronic inspection of industrial radiography companies in Norway
Bjørn Helge Knutsen, Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority
S11-O3 – Knutsen
S11-O4
Inspections in non-medical use of radiation in Finland in 2010-2014
Siiri-Maria Aallos-Ståhl, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK)
S11-O4 – Aallos-Ståhl
S11-O5
New procedures for disposal of ionisation chamber smoke detectors
Jannie Kalør Svendsen, National Institute of Radiation Protection
S11-O5 – Svendsen
S11-P1
Regulatory Authority Records from the 2014-2015 Blood Irradiator Inspection Campaign
Charlotte Nielsen, National Institute of Radiation Protection
Not available
S11-P2
Norway has phased out gamma based blood irradiators
Øivind Syversen, Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority
Not available
S11-P3
Results from an All-inclusive IAEA-based Inspection Approach for Industrial Irradiation Facilities
Charlotte Nielsen, National Institute of Radiation Protection
Not available
S11-P4
NORGIR
Þorgeir Sigurðsson, Icelandic Radiation Safety Authority
S11-P4 – Sigurdsson
S11-P5
Survey on needs for changes in the Finnish radiation legislation and on regulatory oversight – The perspectives of practitioners
Ritva Bly, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK)
S11-P5 – Bly
S11-P6
Nordic Working Group on Medical Applications
Hanne N Waltenburg, National Institute of Radiation Protection
S11-P6 – Waltenburg
S11-P7
Focused inspections in IR – Tool for improvement of occupational radiation protection in industrial radiography (IR) – IAEA/ISEMIR IR Road Map
Uffe Torpenholt Jørgensen, Danish Health and Medicines Authority
S11-P7 – Joergensen

Natural Radioactivity

S12-O1
Indoor and outdoor radon levels in Iceland
Gísli Jónsson, Icelandic Radiation Safety Authority
S12-O1 – Jónsson
S12-O2
NORM in Norwegian Mineral Industry
Paula Nunez, Institute for Energy Technology
S12-O2 – Nunez
S12-O3
TENORM in geothermal applications in Iceland
Þorgeir Sigurðsson, Icelandic Radiation Safety Authority
S12-O3 – Sigurðsson
S12-P1
NKS: Developing Methods for Reliable and Efficient Radiological Characterization of NORM Contaminated Objects
Charlotte Nielsen, National Institute of Radiation Protection
Not available
S12-P2
The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority’s Radioanalytical Laboratory: who are we and what do we do?
Mats Eriksson, Swedish Radiation Safety Authority
Not available
S12-P3
Gross alpha and beta radioactivity levels measurement in mining ponds in Jos Metropolis-Plateau State, Nigeria
Daniel Jwanbot, University of Jos
S12-P3 – Jwanbot
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