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Seminar on analytical techniques for nuclear forensics in Nordic countries with focus on novel techniques

 

5-6 October 2015, Hotel Thon Hotel Vika Atrium, Munkedamsveien 45, 0250 Oslo, Norway

 

Relevant authorities and other organizations from Norway, Finland, Denmark, Sweden and Iceland were invited to a 2-days seminar in Oslo, Norway in order to discuss:

  • Requirements and challenges related to setting up and run nuclear forensics systems
  • Analytical techniques for nuclear forensics in Nordic countries with focus on novel techniques
  • Quality assurance within nuclear forensics
  • International cooperation within nuclear forensics

The goal of the seminar was to provide information on the necessity and suitability of novel analytical techniques within Nordic nuclear forensics as well as exploring possibilities for collaboration across institutions and borders within the Nordic countries.

Target group: all the relevant state authorities and organizations from Nordic countries with involvement in nuclear forensics or interest in analytical techniques applicable within nuclear forensics.

 

Organizers:

The NKS NUFORNOR seminar was hosted by Centre of Environmental Radioactivity (CERAD CoE)), Norwegian University of Life Sciences in cooperation with Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority (NRPA), Icelandic Radiation Safety Authority (Geislavarnir Rikisins), Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Sweden and Danish Technological University (DTU).  Activity coordinator: Ole Christian Lind, CERAD CoE, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Tel.: +47 92432406; E-mail: olelin@nmbu.no

 

Presentations:

 

David Smith, IAEA Nuclear Security 

Nuclear forensics as part of a Nuclear Security Infrastructure

 pdf smith.pdf (1.5 MB)

Michael Curry, US State Department 

International nuclear forensics cooperation

 pdf curry.pdf (3.9 MB)

Per Reppenhagen Grim, Emergency Preparedness Denmark 

Status of nuclear forensics in Denmark

 pdf reppenhagen_grim.pdf (1.2 MB)

Hari Toivonen, HT Nuclear Oy, Finland 

Nuclear security and forensics in Finland

 

Henrik Ramebäck, FOI, Sweden  

Research and development at FOI relevant to nuclear forensics

 

Inger-M. Eikelmann, NRPA, Norway 

Status of nuclear forensics in Norway

 pdf eikelmann.pdf (293.8 KB)

Gisli Jonsson, GR, Iceland

Nuclear forensics capabilities in Iceland

 pdf jonsson.pdf (1.6 MB)

Brit Salbu, CERAD, Norway 

Source terms and release scenarios

 

Jerzy Bartnicki, MET, Norway

Modelling atmospheric dispersion of pollution from nuclear accidents and detonations with the SNAP model 

 

Per Roos, DTU, Denmark

Characterisation of the Thule terrestrial Pu-U particles 

 pdf roos.pdf (7.2 MB)

Charles Streeper, NRPA, Norway

International and national projects on border control 

 

Anne-Laure Fauré, CEA, France

Nuclear forensics at CEA/DAM Ile de France - Focus on SIMS particle analysis 

 pdf faure.pdf (2.9 MB)

Henrik Ramebäck, FOI, Sweden

Precision and accuracy in gamma spectrometric measurements of nuclear materials 

 

Ole Christian Lind, CERAD, Norway

Combining speciation and source identification techniques 

 pdf lind.pdf (2.3 MB)

Pablo Lebed, CERAD, Norway

Isotopic signature of selected lanthanides for nuclear activities profiling 

 

Stefan Isaksson, Ortec

Gamma Spectroscopy Instrumentation in Nuclear Forensic 

 pdf isaksson.pdf (2.7 MB)

Michel Ceuppens, Canberra

SAGeWell detectors, what can Well detectors mean for small sample gamma spectroscopy?

 pdf ceuppens.pdf (841.1 KB)

 


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