9th International Symposium on Physical, Molecular, Cellular, and Medical Aspects of Auger Processes

Thursday 22 August 2019 to Saturday 24 August 2019
The Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre, Worcester College, 1 Walton Street, Oxford, OX1 2HB

9th International Symposium on Physical, Molecular, Cellular, and Medical Aspects of Auger Processes.

The Symposium will take place in Oxford at Worcester College on the 23rd-24th August 2019

Welcome drinks on the 22nd August 2019 18:00.

The meeting will address current developments in the field of Auger processes, and offers a unique opportunity for scientists working in this exciting field to present original research data, and to exchange ideas.  The programme will include production, availability and chelation chemistry of Auger electron emitting radionuclides and will span the molecular and cellular effects, physics and dosimetry, in vivo therapy and photon activations of Auger emitters.

 

The very first Auger Symposium took place in 1975 in Jülich, Germany. Since then it has regularly featured as one of the satellite meetings held in conjunction with the International Congress of Radiation Research (ICRR, which takes place every four years). In keeping with this custom, the meeting in Oxford will immediately precede ICRR 2019 (Manchester, UK; August 25-29th 2019), allowing participants to easily attend both meetings if they wish.

 

In the past, the Auger Symposium has attracted expert participants, giving all an opportunity to engage in interactive and energetic discussions. This collegial atmosphere greatly stimulates collaboration between established and up-and-coming researchers in the field, and the 9th Symposium in Oxford promises to be another lively meeting in this tradition.

 

For further details please refer to our website: https://auger2019.web.ox.ac.uk/home 

 

We very much hope you will consider joining us in what is sure to be a stimulating and exciting Symposium in this field. The core themes of the Symposium are:

New emerging Auger –electron emitting radionuclidesPhysicsRadiobiologyDosimetryNovel applications and future directions

 

 

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