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Październik 2022
RADONORM – Applications of Liquid Scintillation Spectrometry (LSC) for NORM measurements – two weeks training course

The main goal of the training course is to provide  scientists working in areas related to NORM with an opportunity to develop expertise and practical skills in Liquid Scintillation Counting and Spectrometry (LSC). Besides the main goal the training course is intended to enable and promote the exchange of information among scientists interested in LSC, develop future directions in LSC and give the opportunity to meet old and new friends. We would like to pay emphasis on environmental studies and applications specific to naturally occurring radionuclides – NOR in NORM.

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Zakończone szkolenia, kursy i szkoły letnie

12th – 23th April 2021 training course: „Towards effective radiation protection based on improved scientific evidence and social considerations – focus on radon and NORM” organized by GIG in frame of RadoNORM project

12th April – 12th May 2020 training course: „Monitoring strategies applied in NORM involving industries – evaluation of occupational exposure and environmental impact” organized by GIG in frame of CONCERT project

19th May – 2nd June 2019 summer school: „Measurement techniques used in monitoring of naturally occurring radionuclides” organized by GIG in frame of CONCERT project

11th – 29th  June 2018 summer school „NORM (Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material) in work and the natural environment:  Identification, exposure assessment, and the decision making process” organized by GIG in frame of CONCERT project

24th – 28th July 2017summer school „Measurements of Radioactivity in Building Materials” organized by GIG in frame of NORM4Building COST project

7th – 10th September 2015 „Course on naturally occurring radioactive material (NORM) in the environment” organized  by Silesian Centre for Environmental Radioactivity Central Mining Institute (GIG) and Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), Centre for Environmental Radioactivity (CERAD), in cooperation with Stockholm University (SU) and Norwegian Radiation Protection Authorities (NRPA) in frame of COMET project

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