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48th ERRS Annual Meeting


The 48th European Radiation Research Society Meeting is scheduled to take place from the 10th till the 13th of September at the University of Aveiro, located in the beautiful city of Aveiro, Centre Portugal. 

As usual at ERRS meetings, several young investigator awards (YIA) will be attributed by ERRS and for the first time the European Space Agency (ESA) will confer at least two awards to the Space Radiation topic. Best poster presentations will also be awarded by the ERRS2024 scientific committee.


Additional information can be found on the official website


A friendly atmosphere fosters collaboration and innovation. Together, at ERRS2024, we will present and discuss the main and most recent findings and scientific research outcomes that account for our overall capability to address both the present and the future global challenges in radiation research on various fields. 

The most relevant topics in Radiation Research!
Topic 1: Space radiation
Topic 2: Radiation physics, dosimetry, computational dosimetry and modelling
Topic 3: Particle radiation
Topic 4: Human and environmental health effects, including high and low dose/dose rate effects 
Topic 5: Clinical, translational and radiotherapy research, including Radiopharmaceuticals in theragnostics
Topic 6: Molecular and cellular effects, including non-targeted effects, of artificial and natural radiation
Topic 7: Natural Radioactivity monitoring and evaluation of exposure and risk (radon and NORM) 
Topic 8: Radioecology and environmental dosimetry
Topic 9:  Multiple stressors effects (ionizing, non-ionizing radiation and chemical stressors) and radiosensitizers 
Topic 10: Radiation protection, emergency preparedness, radwaste and radiation countermeasures  
Topic 11: Societal aspects of radiation protection
Topic 12: Biomarkers for dosimetry and clinical outcome prediction, including  the use and potential applications of AI

This conference will be jointly organized by CESAM from the University of Aveiro and GreenUPorto from the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Porto.  The Organizing Committee will also have the collaboration of EDM company, responsible by restoring and managing uranium mining legacies in Portugal.

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