23-25 September 2019
Institute for Basic Science
Asia/Seoul timezone

Scientific Programme

The workshop should appeal to those interested in neutron- and accelerator-induced activation, radioactive waste generation, transmutation and burnup, medical isotope production and radionuclide production in accelerator-driven physics facilities.

The main objectives of the ARIA meetings are to:

  • Promote the exchange of information among experts in the field of neutron- and accelerator-induced activation, radioactive waste generation, transmutation and burnup, medical isotope production and radionuclide production in accelerator-driven physics facilities, and related topics.
  • Identify areas where international co-operation can be fruitful in order to achieve progress in specific priority areas.

Topics of discussion include:

  • Methods of predicting the production of radionuclides
  • Methods of simulating activation of radiation fields
  • Reaction Cross section measurements
  • Benchmarking of reaction models
  • Developments in activation cross section libraries
  • Radiation protection and health physics
  • Environmental assessments
  • Accelerator operations and maintenance issues
  • Waste management
  • Radioisotopes applications
  • Activation analysis with heavy-ion beams
  • Facility with actinide beam or target