First Announcement of the EURADOS Annual Meeting 2018

The EURADOS Annual Meeting of next year will take place in Lisbon, from the 5th to the 8th of February.

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Save the dates for the 2018 TERRITORIES Workshop

The third Workshop organised by TERRITORIES will take place at CIEMAT (Madrid, Spain) the week 11 – 15 June 2018. Book the dates!

During that week, satellite meetings of WP1, WP2 and WP4 will also take place.

The topic and the programme of the workshop, as well as a more precise schedule for all these TERRITORIES events will be defined at the end of this year. We will keep you informed!

The results of the First EURADOS Stakeholder Workshop have been published

On June 30th, 2016, the “First EURADOS Stakeholder Workshop” was held at the Helmholtz Center Munich (HMGU) in Neuherberg, Germany. This workshop was intended to develop the EURADOS Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) further, by asking for feedback and input from international organisations with interest in the dosimetry of ionising radiation. Their input is now collected in a new EURADOS Report which can be downloaded at http://eurados.us2.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=1c783adfe2d14e3671674a1d9&id=355661a4fd&e=625cb037c6.

Proposals presented in the 2nd CONCERT open Call

In the 2nd CONCERT call, 25 proposals were received, 24 were eligible and reviewed. Out of these, 20 were submitted for Topic 1 and four for Topic 2.

The proposals were ranked following their scores after the scientific reviewing by the Peer Review Panel: 13 proposals were recommended to be considered for funding and ranked for Topic 1 and 2 proposals for Topic 2.

Following the scores in the ranking lists and the financial budget of CONCERT for the 2nd open research call, the 6 proposals with highest scores can be funded by CONCERT, 4 for Topic 1 and 2 for Topic 2.

The CONCERT Management Board will meet next July 27th 2017 in Munich, to make the final decision about the proposals to be funded by CONCERT.

Take this opportunity to have a say on your nuclear and radiological risk perception, answering the CONCERT survey

To stimulate an active dialogue with all parties with a significant interest in radiation protection, a survey has been launched by the CONCERT project. The aim of the survey is to gauge the perception of nuclear and radiological risk amongst a wide range of people and their opinion on related issues such as communication and information received by different actors.

The text of the survey has been translated into several European languages, which can be accessed at http://www.concert-h2020.eu/en/Stakeholders/Public_survey.

There is time up to the 31st of October 2017 to fill the survey.

Answering the survey will take you only 10-12 minutes!