We are pleased to inform that the 3rd European Radiological Protection Research Week of the 5 European research platforms (ALLIANCE, EURADOS, EURAMED, MELODI and NERIS) will be held in Rovinj (Croatia) between 1-5 October 2018.
Online registration process is ready to use, so make sure to register by 31st May 2018 to benefit from the early bird rate.
For more and detailed information including visits and side events, please visit the official conference website: https://erpw2018.com
The first workshop of the Eurpean Project CONFIDENCE will be held in Dublin the 23rd and 24th April 2018, just before the 4th NERIS Workshop.
Please note that on 25th April (9:30-12:30), the two European projects CONFIDENCE and TERRITORIES will organise a joint meeting to deal with the longer term consequences of an emergency and so share the results of their ongoing research works.
For further information (registration, agenda, venue, etc.) please visit the CONFIDENCE Website.
The nineth NERIS General Assembly will be held on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 from 13.30 to 17.00 at the occasion of the NERIS Workshop 2018 in Dublin (Ireland) The meeting will be held at the Dublin Castle.
During this Assembly, we will review the on-going activities of the NERIS Platform and we will discuss its perspectives, notably with international organisations and experts.
The overall goal of a SRA is to provide basis for priorities regarding future research & development needs. It is an instrument for creating synergies, co-operation and coordination internally between the NERIS participants and externally with activities taking place within the European Joint Programming for Radiation Protection Research and within other international forums.
The new version of the NERIS SRA has been elaborated during these last 18 months by the NERIS R&D Committee and the NERIS Management Board. Also, consultations with the NERIS Stakeholders have been made during the last NERIS Workshop in Lisbon notably.
In the framework of CONCERT WP2, NERIS, as other European research platforms, prepared its roadmap with a long-term view and aiming to identify research priorities in emergency and recovery issues. This roadmap also contributes to explore joint interests for multidisciplinary and synergistic research between all research Platforms in radiation protection.
The development of this roadmap is based on two scenarios with societal concern related to NERIS issues:
Facing the consequences of a nuclear or radiological major accident or incident: how to optimize society’s preparedness, and short term/long term response?
Facing the threat of a radiological terrorist act: How to minimize consequences?
The NERIS roadmap has been elaborated by identifying research priorities in a long-term goal (0-5 years, 6-10 years, > 10 years) and in line with the updated NERIS SRA.
This document has been elaborated by the NERIS R&D Committee and the NERIS Management Board during last year. A dedicated consultation meeting, gathering all NERIS stakeholders was held last September in Brussels and allowed to finalize this first version of the document.
You can download the first version of the NERIS Roadmap here.