6th International Workshop on Computational Human Phantoms
Meeting: August 27-30, 2017 in Annapolis, MD
Papers Due: April 3, 2017
Website: http://www.cpworkshop.org

The 6th International Workshop on Computational Human Phantoms will be held August 27 – 30, 2017 at the Loews Hotel in historic Annapolis, MD. The meeting will cover exciting developments in the field of computational human phantoms as well as their applications in computational modeling and simulations for biomedical imaging, radiation dosimetry, treatment planning, and regulatory development.

Developers, investigators and users of computational human phantoms from academia, industry, and governmental and regulatory agencies are encouraged to participate in the workshop. Paper submissions will be accepted on new developments and updates related to computational human phantoms or their applications in 3D and 4D CT, PET, SPECT, US, MR and other imaging modalities, external beam and internal radionuclide radiation treatment planning and dosimetry estimations, and regulatory submissions for approval for clinical use. Paper submission deadline is April 3, 2017.

The historic city of Annapolis is the capital of the State of Maryland and a top tourist attraction in the US. The Loews Hotel provides outstanding conference facilities, accommodations and amenities for its guests. The hotel is within short walking distances to the State Capital, the US Naval Academy, fine restaurants, and other tourist attractions for the enjoyment of the participants and their families.

Workshop information including registration, paper submission, hotel reservation, local information, travel and visa application information, workshop program can be found on the workshop website:


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April 12-17, 2015 • Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, USA

8th International Conference on Isotopes and Expo - 2014
August 24-28, 2014, Chicago
http://ici.ans.org (url)
Special Session on Issues in Low Dose Radiation Research - 2013

A special session organized by the American Nuclear Society and Health Physics Society.

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July 10, 2013 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
2013 Annual Meeting of the Health Physics Society
Monona Terrace Convention Center, Madison, WI



ANS 2013 Annual Meeting

June 16-20, 2013 • Atlanta, Georgia • Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hotel

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ANS 2010 Winter Meeting


Embedded Topical Meeting / 2010 ANS Winter Meeting (November 7-11, 2010) November 8-11, 2010 . Las Vegas, NV [ printable version and contact list ]


The continuing rapid growth of radioisotopes for both medical and industrial applications is of national and international interest. The expanding applications, new research opportunities, and associated production issues surrounding the supply of research, diagnostic, therapeutic, environmental, and industrial radioisotopes will be discussed in an interdisciplinary audience.


J. David Robertson, University of Missouri-Columbia


Robert W. Atcher, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Mauro Bonardi, Universitàegli Studi di Milano


Rolf Zeisler, National Institute of Standards and Technology


American Nuclear Society Biology and Medicine Division (BMD)

Isotope and Radiation Division (IRD)

Accelerator Applications Division (AAD)

Canadian Nuclear Society . CNS/SNC

Isotope Technologies Garchung GmbH – itg

Missouri University Reasearch Reactor – MURR

US Department of Energy (proposed)


Applications in Nuclear Medicine.Diagnostics . Applications in Nuclear Medicine.Therapeutics . Reactor Production of Medical Isotopes . Cyclotron Production of Biomedical Tracers . Production and Application of Alpha Emitters . Isotopes in Environmental, Industrial and Nuclear Power Applications . Reactor Production of Research and Industrial Isotopes . High Energy Accelerator/Cyclotron Production of Isotopes . Accelerator based production of Mo-99 . Nuclear and Radiochemistry . Radioanalytical Techniques . Distribution and Transportation Issues . R&D and Standards Needs for Future Applications . Quality Assurance and GLP in Radionuclide and Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry . Manpower and Education


Robert W. Atcher (LANL, SNM), Steven R. Biegalski (UT-Austin), Peter Bode (Delft TU), Mauro Bonardi (U Milan), R. Gregory Downing (NIST), Phillip D. Ferguson (ORNL), Samuel E. Glover (CDC), Richard Henkelmann (itg Garching), Rebecca M. Howell (UT-M.D.Anderson), Lin-Wen Hu (MIT), W. Dennis James (TAMU), S. Landsberger (UT-Austin), Stephen P. LaMont (LANL), Suzanne Lapi (WUSTL), Alfred Morgenstern (EC-JRC), Wayne D. Newhauser (UT-M.D.Anderson), F. Meiring Nortier (LANL), J. David Robertson (UM-Columbia), Buck Rogers (WUSTL), Wolfgang Runde (LANL), Nicholas Spyrou (U Surrey), Kenan Unlu (PSU), Henry VanBrocklin (UCSF, SNM), Rolf Zeisler (NIST)

Please contact Rolf Zeisler or any of the TPC members to indicate your interest . Keyword: 2010-IMI.


MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2010, 1:00 P.M.
Opening Plenary
Session Chairs: J. David Robertson (Univ of Missouri, Columbia), Robert W. Atcher(DOE), Mauro Bonardi (Univ of Milan, Italy), Rolf Zeisler (NIST)
Capri 108 & 109
1:00 p.m.
Joe F. Colvin (ANS President)
1:20 p.m.
The Future of Isotopes in Health, Environment, and Trade Natesan Ramamoorthy(IAEA), Werner Burkart (DDG, IAEA)
(pdf, 4.23MB)
2:10 p.m.
GTRI.S Efforts to Accelerate the Establishment of a Medical Isotope Production Capability Without the Use of Highly Enriched Uranium, Parrish Staples, Rilla Hamilton, Martie Larson (DOE-NNSA), Cheryl Fitzgerald (INL), Jeff Lindemyer (YFH & Assoc)
(pdf, 983KB)
2:40 p.m.
Overview of High-Energy Accelerator Production of Biomedical Radionuclides in Europe, Mauro Bonardi (Univ of Milan, Italy), Boris Zhuikov (INR), Flavia Groppi(LASA)
(pdf, 3.16KB)
3:10 p.m.
Radiometric Detection: Robust, High Sensitivity Technology for Diverse Applications in Academic, Biotech, and Pharma Markets, Pat Meyer (Perkin Elmer)
3:40 p.m.
4:10 p.m.
Recent Developments in Isotope Production at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Jeffrey L. Binder, Ronald A. Crone, Christopher Dennis Bryan, Timothy P. Powers (ORNL)
4:40 p.m.
New Developments in the DOE Isotope Program, Robert W. Atcher (DOE-BES)
(pdf, 1.06MB)
5:10 p.m.
Securing and Supplementing Medical Isotope Supplies: The IAEA Role and Support to Member States, Natesan Ramamoorthy, Mohammad Haji-Saeid, Edward Bradley, Pablo Adelfang (IAEA)
(pdf, 1.60MB)
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2010, 8:30 A.M.
Manpower and Education.Panel
Session Chairs: Kenan Unl(Penn State), Rolf Zeisler (NIST)
Capri 108 & 109
8:30 a.m.
NRC’s Role in Manpower and Education, John Gutteridge (NRC)
(pdf, 215KB)
8:42 a.m.
Reestablishment of Radiochemistry Education in the United States, Craig Williamson(SCUREF)
(pdf, 100KB)
8:54 a.m.
Nuclear Energy University Program (NEUP): Progress, 2010 Status, and a Look Toward the Future, Marsha J. Lambregts (INL)
(pdf, 4.44MB)
9:06 a.m.
Training the Next Generation of Radiochemists at the University of Missouri, Silvia Sabine Jurisson, J. David Robertson, Susan Z. Lever, Timothy J. Hoffman (Univ of Missouri)
(pdf, 7.49MB)
9:18 a.m.
Training in Nuclear Sciences: The DOE Cares!, Dennis R. Phillips (DOE-ONP)
(pdf, 1.59MB)
9:30 a.m.
Development of a Radiochemistry Laboratory for the Production of 99mTc Using Neutron Activation, Sheldon Landsberger (Univ of Texas)