The 2nd International RAD-TEST 2019 Workshop was held.


May 13 – 16, 2019 Dubna, Moscow region successfully hosted the International RAD-TEST 2019 Workshop devoted to radiation testing and assurance of space technologies.

This event was organized under the aegis of the RADECS Association and with information support of the Roscosmos State Space Corporation.

Scientific and technical support was provided by the Branch of URSC – ISDE and the Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research.

During the RAD-TEST 2019 program the reports, both oral and poster, of major international and Russian designers of electronic components and systems for space applications were presented, as well as the challenging issues of associated activities were broadly discussed.

Especially for RAD-TEST 2019 and to celebrate the proclamation of 2019 as the International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements, Yuri Tsolakovich Oganessian, an academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, a world-famous Russian scientist, co-author of the discovery of 10 new chemical elements of the Periodic Table, including the chemical element 118 oganesson that was named after him delivered a video message.

The conference was attended by 58 participants, 19 of them with oral presentations and 7 with poster. All attendees of RAD-TEST’19 greatly contributed to the conference proceedings.

As part of the RAD-TEST 2019, attendees visited the only in Russia Heavy Ion Radiation Test Facilities of Roscosmos and took part in SEE testing masterclass.

Thank all of you for meaningful involvement in the International RAD-TEST 2019 Workshop and wish further success to all participants in scientific work!

Below we present you photos and the link for downloading papers.

We will also be grateful if you leave your feedback about RAD-TEST 2019.

See you again at RAD-TEST 2021!

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