The scientific program begins with the opening lecture on Sunday 13 September. In the following week, from Monday 14 to Thursday 17 September, the program contains 6 keynote lectures, 23 invited talks, 56 proffered presentations in two parallel sessions, and 51 poster presentations.
The Bacq & Alexander Award lecture will be given by the award winner Gabriel Pantelias on Wednesday 16 September, and the Young Investigators Awards and the Best Poster Award will presented on Thursday 17 September.

The scientific program will aim to cover the following themes:

Radiation physics and chemistry

Dosimetry, track structures and radiation quality, mathematical modelling and simulations, radiation chemistry, et c.

Molecular and cellular effects

DNA damage and repair, cellular signalling, non-target effects, exosomes, radiation proteomics, epigenetics, stem cells, et c.

Translational and clinical research

Pre-clinical models, 3R, experimental and combinatorial treatment modalities, ultra-high dose rates, spatiotemporal fractionation, effect
modifiers, immunomodulatory effects, response assessment, et c.

Health effects and radiation protection

Risk models, radiation induced health effects, epidemiology, hormesis, environmental and societal aspects, radiation emergency, space radiation, et c.

Programme and abstract book


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