Submission deadline is 14 January, 2019

You do not need to pay the registration fee for RANC 2019 to submit your abstract however if you are the presenting author, and your abstract is accepted you are kindly expected to do so before 15 February.

Each applicant may and can submit maximum one oral and one poster abstract. Authors are advised that abstracts will only be included in the final program when the registration documents and payments in full have been received for at least one of the authors.

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One-page abstracts should be submitted in .docx file through our online registration system using our template.
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Authors are invited to submit their oral and poster contributions from the following fields

1 Analytical methods and detection techniques
2 Environnent
3 Effects of radiation, radiation chemistry
4 Radiolabeled compounds and radiopharmaceuticals
5 Actinide chemistry, super-heavy elements
6 Nuclear industry
7 Separation, speciation
8 Radionuclides
9 Instrumentation and methodology
10 Education in radiochemistry

Detailed topic list

1. Analytical methods and detection techniques
1.1 Activation analysis
1.2 Charged-particle-induced techniques
1.3 Alpha spectrometry
1.4 Cherenkov counting
1.5 Liquid scintillation
1.6 Gamma spectrometry
1.7 X-ray spectrometry*
1.8 Mössbauer spectrometry
1.9 Mass spectrometry of radionuclides

2. Environnent
2.1 Environmental radioactivity, radioecology
2.2 Sorption, radiocolloids
2.3 Migration of radionuclides
2.4 Environmental studies using nuclear methods
2.5 Nuclear forensics
2.6 Nuclear safeguards

3. Effects of radiation, radiation chemistry
3.1 Fundamental radiation chemistry
3.2 Radiation chemistry of solids, crystalline materials, thermoluminescence implantation
3.3 Liquids, kinetics, chemical mechanisms
3.4 Polymerization and polymer radiation chemistry
3.5 Dosimetry of ionizing radiation
3.6 Food irradiation
3.7 Industrial applications

4. Radiolabeled compounds and radiopharmaceuticals
4.1 Labeled compounds
4.2 Therapy
4.3 Diagnostics
4.4 Quality control
4.5 Nuclear imaging of radio-tracers

5. Actinide chemistry, super-heavy elements
5.1 Thorium
5.2 Uranium
5.3 Plutonium
5.4 Minor actinides
5.5 Transactinides

6. Nuclear industry
6.1 Nuclear fuel cycle
6.2 Reprocessing
6.3 Waste management
6.4 Nuclear disposal
6.5 Transmutation and partitioning
6.6 Decontamination
6.7 Decommissioning
6.8 Remediation
6.9 Ore processing, leaching

7. Separation, speciation
7.1 Ion exchange chromatography
7.2 Gas chromatography
7.3 Liquid chromatography
7.4 Solvent extraction and extraction chromatography
7.5 Electrolysis, electrodeposition
7.6 Sorption and desorption
7.7 Other separation methods
7.8 Speciation analysis

8. Radionuclides
8.1 Production by accelerator
8.2 Production by neutrons
8.3 Application of radionuclides
8.4 Targets
8.5 Radioactive tracing
8.6 Radionuclide generator systems

9. Instrumentation and methodology*
9.1 Radiation detection
9.2 Instrumentation
9.3 Methodology
9.4 Evaluation methods
9.5 Uncertainty calculation
9.6 Monte Carlo simulation

10. Education in radiochemistry