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About This Course
This course is designed to acquaint the student to Alpha instrument and measurements required to detect, monitor, record, and analyze alpha emitters such as Actinides materials. This will provide quantitative understanding of instrument calibration, surveys and measurements, sample preparation, quality control of data and analyses. The emphasis of this course will be on twenty principles of achieving excellence in alpha spectroscopy. The Radiochemistry Society faculty members that will be teaching this course not only hold PhDs in radiochemistry but also have more than 50 years of combined, hands-on experience with the alpha systems. This course will provide both theoretical as well as practical knowledge of the alpha spectrometry.
Who Should Attend
All personnel needing an understanding of radioactive materials, implementing radiation monitoring programs how radiation is categorized, detected, and measured, people responsible nuclear medicine technologies, radiation safety officers, environmental and waste management, people responsible for homeland security activities as they relate to detection and protection from nuclear materials and weapons.
Key Topics You’ll Learn About
Program Agenda *All courses are taught from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm each day
Cost for this course is $1,995.00 [U.S.] with All Proceeds going to the Radiochemistry Society. Space is extremely limited. In order to assure placement we encourage a prompt response.