CERAD participated at the Annual Meeting of the Nuclear Forensics International Technical Working Group

A total of 96 participants from various competent authorities, such as police, regulators, radiation protection experts and scientists from all over the world joined the Annual Meeting of the Nuclear Forensics International Technical Working Group that was organised on 4 – 8 June 2018 in Switzerland. Ole Christian Lind represented CERAD and gave a presentation entitled “Combining speciation and source identification techniques” highlighting how methods applied within environmental radioactivity can be utilized also within nuclear forensic.

The objective of the ITWG is to advance the scientific discipline of nuclear forensics and to provide a common approach and effective technical solutions to competent national or international authorities that request assistance. Since the augmentation in 1995, the ITWG has been focused on nuclear forensic best practice through the development of techniques and methods for forensic analysis of nuclear, other radioactive, and radiologically contaminated materials.

Nuclear Forensics International Technical Working Group

Nuclear Forensics International Technical Working Group

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Published 22. June 2018 - 9:22 - Updated 22. June 2018 - 9:29