MARC VIII
marc ix
march 25-30, 2012
MARC IX



topics

Topics for the MARC IX conference will continue along the themes from previous conferences. Specific information regarding the sessions will be available by December 2010. If you are interested in organizing a session, please contact Sam Glover.

1
General Call for Papers
Organized by S. Glover, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, USA
2
Application of Nuclear Techniques to National Security and Treaty Monitoring
Organized by H. Miley, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA; and
S. Biegalski, University of Texas, USA
3
Ultra-sensitive Mass Spectrometric and Other Methods Applied to Environmental Problems
Organized by P. Povinec, University of Bratislava, Slovakia
4
Reference Materials for Nuclear Mass Spectrometry
Organized by S. Richter (IRMM); K. Mathew (NBL); and
S. Buerger (SAL/IAEA)
5
Quality Assurance Topics in Radioanalytical Chemistry
Organized by K. Inn, NIST, USA; and
S. Jerome, National Physics Laboratory, UK
6
Advances in Actinide Analytical and Radionuclear Chemistry
Organized by L. Tandon, LANL, USA; and
P. Thompson, AWE, UK
7
Analytical chemistry in support of the fuel cycle
Organized by D. DiPrete, SRNL, USA; and
F. Goutelard, CEA, France
8
Actinide Mass Spectrometry Techniques and Applications
Organized by F. Pointurier, CEA, France;
J. Giglio, INEL, USA; and
R. Steiner, LANL, USA
9
Speciation Studies on Radionuclides in the Environment
Organized by Iisa Outola, STUK; and
Mats Eriksson, IAEA
10
Separation Chemistry and Target Preparation for Nuclear Chemistry Experiments
Organized by E. Bond, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA; and
Ralf Sudowe, UNLV, USA
11
Activation Analysis for Nuclear Materials
Organized by P. Bode, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; and
B. Wierczinski, Technische Universität München, GERMANY
12
Environmental Radioactivity
Organized by P. Bachelor, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; and
S. Clark, Washington State University, USA
13
The National Nuclear Forensics Expertise Development Program: Graduate, Post-Doctoral, and University Research and Education Efforts
Organized by S. Kentis, Department of Homeland Security, USA
14
Nuclear Forensics
Organized by A. Kersting, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA; and Heather Dion, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
15
Instrumental, Preconcentration, Radiochemicial and Speciation Activation Analysis
Organized by A. Chatt, Dalhousie University CANADA
16
Instrumentation and Software for Nuclear Spectrometry
Organized by A. Berlizov, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, UKRAINE; and
C. Aalseth, PNNL, USA and J. Ondov, University of Maryland, USA
17
Measurements and Systems for Radiation Detection in Non-proliferation and Homeland Security Application
Organized by R. Runkle, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA; and
A. Hutter, US Department of Homeland Security
18
Novel Neutron Detectors, Neutron Beam Techniques and Their Applications
Organized by L. Cao, Ohio State University, USA
19
Actinide, Lanthanide, and Fission Product Separations
Organized by C. Ekberg, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden;
M. Nilsson, University of California Irvine, USA; and
H. Nitsche, University of California, Berkely, USA
Bullet.
MARC IX Documents

First Call
Abstract Entry
Abstract Entry Example

Bullet.
Message Board

The International Committee on Activation Analysis and the Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry have selected the MARC IX conference to host the 2012 Hevesy Medal Award. Additional information will be posted soon.

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