ETRAP 2009
organised by European Nuclear Society

co-organised by the Nuclear and Technological Institute ITN

co-organised by SCK.CEN


sponsored by IAEA

co-sponsored by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency


ETRAP 2009

4th International Conference on Education and Training in Radiological Protection

8 - 12 November 2009, Lisbon, Portugal


Monday 9 November 2009

Poster Session

Current Status

Twenty years of radiological protection training at Dublin University
E. Finch, E. Doorly (School of Physics, University of Dublin,Trinity College) - Ireland

Poster Session

Approaches in Sector Specific Training

A Toolkit for Radiation Dose Assessments
D. Hulhoven, S. Vanderperre, T. Soetens (Tractebel Engineering) – Belgium

Radiation protection courses for technical applications in Germany - an overview
J-W. Vahlbruch (Leibniz Universität Hannover) – Germany

A. Widmark, E.G. Friberg (Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority, Section for Dosimetry and Medical Applications) - Norway

Poster Session

Developments in Training Delivery

Dual Education for a Carrer as Radiation Protection Engineer – The Karlsruhe Model of Cooperative Education in Radiation Protection with both, Integrated Academic Sudie and Work Experience
W. Kraut (Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Karlsruhe), A. Zieger (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe), M. Urban, A. Bickel (Wiederaufarbeitungsanlage Karlsruhe, Rueckbau-und Entsorgungs-GmbH) - Germany

Poster Session

Recent Developments in recognition and harmonisation of requirements

Training for Regulation or Regulation for Training?
M.M. Meruje, M. Gieb, S. Dias, J. Sampaio, M. Ferro (CIPRSN Independent Commission for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety) – Portugal

Poster Session

Broadening the perspective

The Actual State of Physics Teachers' Cognition on the Concept of Radiation in Korea
S-T. Sang-Tae (Kongju National University) – Republic of Korea



Graphics and Design: Marion Brünglinghaus, ENS