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.
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See you again at RAD-TEST 2021!
LAST deadline for RAD-TEST 2019 paper submission is delayed to April 12th!
Poster board size is 95 cm wide x 230 cm high. It is strongly recommended that the poster be printed on an A0 page (84.1 cm x 118.9 cm) in PORTRAIT orientation.
The venue for the 2019 RAD-TEST Workshop is Dubna city (Moscow region), Russia, RESIDENT HOTEL Programmistov street, 4, building 1.
If you want to book a room in the hotel, please contact the organizing committee. We need your first name, last name, date of birth, passport number and expiration date, sex, citizenship, date of arrival, date of departure, name of the organization.
Please e-mail the Workshop application form to the Steering Committee at email@example.com (Galactic Flow LLC, Russia) by April 20, 2019. Use the enclosed workshop registration form only (Attachment No. 1), in order for all financial documents (contracts and certificates) to be drawn up correctly.
Within the event we are going to have a tour to FLNR of JINR. Please note that visitors should apply for a pass using the enclosed application form (Attachment No. 2). The deadline for pass application is April 06, 2019 inclusive.
For participation rules (possibility to make presentations, registration fee, and other organizational issues) please contact the RAD-TEST 2019 Steering Committee:
tel. +7 (499) 450-03-53, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, Victoria Efimova.
In Attachment No. 3 we provide an information notice.
The official language of the workshop is English.
The cost of participation is 300 euro. The registration fee includes coffee-breaks, lunches, Gala-Dinner and the technical tour to Roscosmos Test Facilities.
Attendees (no more than one from a company) who are going to participate in RADECS-2019 can take part in the workshop for free.
The flight and accommodation are paid by participants personally.
The transfer from Sheremetyevo international Airport (SVO) to the venue is free.
All foreign participants of RAD-TEST 2019 should obtain a visa to enter the Russian Federation.
The International RAD-TEST 2019 Workshop aims to improve professional skills and competences of members of your organization in cutting-edge technologies of radiation test practice based on global experience of worldwide radiation community.
DUBNA, one of the young cities in Russia and the Moscow region, is known in the world as the largest scientific center. Scientists from all over the world have been fruitfully cooperating here for more than half a century. This is the only Russian city immortalized in Mendeleev’s Periodic Table of Elements: dubnium is the 105th chemical element discovered by the scientists of the city.
Dubna is located 125 km from Moscow on the banks of the Volga River in a picturesque part of the Northern Moscow Region. It is home to 67.9 thousand people. Since 2001 it has become a Science City of the Russian Federation. National goals in basic science, defense, and production of high-tech equipment have been successfully achieved here. More than a third of those employed in the economy work in the research and production sector. Of these, about 300 Doctors of Sciences (Grand PhD) and more than 800 Candidates of Sciences (PhD), 10 Academicians and 8 Corresponding Members of the Academies of Sciences.
Dubna was granted the status of a city on July 24, 1956, reflecting the foundation of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, the international scientific center of socialist countries. Later, the city included the Bolshaya Volga (Big Volga) town, the surrounding villages, and in 1960, the town of Ivankovo, where since 1939 the aviation enterprise produced aviation and missile technology required for the country defense purposes.
Being the largest scientific and industrial center in Russia and the Moscow region with a developed system of education, culture, and health care, it provides the highest standards of population living.
Such prominent figures of Russian science and engineering as A.M. Baldin, N.N. Bogolyubov, D.I. Blokhintsev, V.I. Veksler, V.P. Dzhelepov, I.V. Kurchatov, A.P. Logunov, M.A. Markov, M.G. Meshcheryakov, B.M. Pontekorvo, Y.TS. Oganessyan, G.N. Flerov, I.M. Frank, F.L. Shapiro, D.V. Shirkov, A.Ya. Bereznyak, A.I. Mikoyan, A.N. Tupolev, S.I. Chetverikov participated directly in the formation and development of the Dubna city, its enterprises and scientific organizations.
During the reform period of the 1990s, Dubna managed to preserve the concept and background of its research and production activities and lay down the foundations for innovative development. Since 2000, the city experiences a dynamic economic growth. Special Economic Zone of Technical Innovation Type has been formed in the city since 2006.