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15th EURADOS SCHOOL "Computational Methods in Dosimetry - State of the Art and Emerging Developments"

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EURADOS-dosimetrie 3

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Bulevar Oslobođenja 56
, Serbia

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Online attendance is also possible!



15th EURADOS SCHOOL "Computational Methods in Dosimetry - State of the Art and Emerging Developments"


Computational methods play an important role in many fields of radiation research and dosimetry. Examples range from radiation transport and track structure simulations by Monte Carlo methods to unfolding techniques (e. g. to derive neutron energy distributions from experimental data). Radiation transport simulations are widely used for the design, optimisation, and analysis of experiments and together with track structure simulations are an important tool for understanding radiation effects and radiation risk. The radiation protection quantities are defined in anthropomorphic computational phantoms and can only be calculated via Monte Carlo simulations.

In the medical field, the move towards personalised medicine implies an important role for patient-specific dosimetry that involves increasingly complex computations and development of numerical phantoms taking into account individual variability of the persons to be examined or treated. Other important developments are approaches to monitor personal doses in real-time by computational methods and the increasing use of methodologies based on artificial intelligence.

Many of the modern codes used in computational dosimetry have been developed in recent years to the point where performing simulations, deconvolving spectra, etc., have become seemingly simple tasks that do not require expertise to obtain results. However, a series of Intercomparison exercises organised in recent years by EURADOS WG6 “Computational Dosimetry” revealed tremendous deviations of reported results prior and posterior to respective feedback.

The fundamental theme of the EURADOS School will therefore be the question of reliability of computations in dosimetry, including aspects like the increasing digitisation of measurement instruments and certificates. All lectures will be given by internationally well-known scientists who are involved in the field. Participants will receive a certificate of attendance.


  • EURADOS Intercomparisons in Computational Dosimetry
  • Novel approaches and computational tools
  • Digitisation in Radiation Protection
  • Artificial Intelligence in Radiation Dosimetry


9:00     Welcome on behalf of the Scientific Committee
Hans Rabus PTB (Germany)

9:05     Introduction to Computational Dosimetry
José Maria Gomez-Ros CIEMAT (Spain)

9:35     Monte Carlo Radiation Transport Simulations
Vladimir Markovic University Kragujevac (Serbia)

10:05     Unfolding Neutron Spectra from Bonner Sphere Measurements
Marcel Reginatto PTB (Germany)

10:35     EURADOS Intercomparisons in Computational Dosimetry
Rick Tanner UKHSA (UK)

11:05     Coffee break

11:30     OpenDose3D, a free/open clinical dosimetry software for nuclear medicine
Manuel Bardiès INSERM (France)

12:00     New developments in radiotherapy treatment planning with particle beams
Emanuele Scifoni TIFPA (Italy)

12:30     Accelerating Monte Carlo simulations
Francesc Salvat-Pujol CERN (Switzerland)

13:00     Lunch

14:30     Implementation of ICRP computational reference phantoms in different exposure scenarios
Maria Zankl HMGU (Germany)

15:00     Personal online dosimetry using flexible computational phantoms
Pasquale Lombardo SCK CEN (Belgium)

15:30     Data Processing in Radiation Protection Dosimetry
Robert Bernat RBI (Croatia)

16:00     The emerging role of artificial intelligence in internal radiation dosimetry
Habib Zaidi HCUGE (Switzerland)

16:30     End of the EURADOS School

The programme of the EURADOS School as pdf can be downloaded here.


Scientific Committee

  • Hans Rabus (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt – PTB, Germany)
  • Marie-Anne Chevallier (Institut de Radioprotection et Sûreté Nucléaire – IRSN, France)
  • Rick Tanner (UK Health Security Agency – UKHSA, United Kingdom)
  • Filip Vanhavere (Nuclear Research Centre – SCK CEN, Belgium)


The participation fee for the attendance of the EURADOS School on-site in Belgrade is included in the fee for the AM2022. Please find more details in our 2nd announcement for the AM2022.

The EURADOS School can also be attended online. The special fee for the participation online is 125 € (reduced fee for participants from sponsoring institutions is 100 €). This fee applies to participants who attend this event only (for the others, it is included in the registration fee of the conference). No other AM2022 events will be broadcasted as online meetings!

Registration info

The EURADOS School is a side-event of the EURADOS Annual Meeting 2022 (AM2022), held from 20-24 June 2022 in Belgrade, Serbia.

Please register online at until 10 June 2022 (incl. payment).

Event Accreditation

The EURADOS School has been accredited by EBAMP as CPD event for Medical Physicists at EQF Level 8 and will be awarded 21 CPD credit points.

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