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

Education to a bachelor degree in the field of radiation protection in Saxony
S. Jansen,  D. Röllig,  T. Schönmuth, P. Sahre, M. Kaden, A. Beutmann (Nuclear Engineering and Analytics Rossendorf Inc. (VKTA)), L.Gläser, C. Sussek (University of Cooperative Education Riesa) – Germany

Vocational Training Targeted at the Implementation of Ionising Radiation Protection Measures, carried out in the Republic of Croatia
N. Belamaric, D. Kubelka, M. Pecnik (State Office for Radiation Protection) - Croatia

Education and Training in Radiation Protection: The INSTN Experienced Approach
M. Colombel, P. Livolsi, P. Massiot, C. Jimonet, A. Hammadi (National Institute for Nuclear Science and Technology (CEA-INSTN)) – France

Nuclear Training Centre Involvement in Radiation Protection
C. Avadanei, ("Horia Hulubei" National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering) - Romania

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

Education and Training in Radiological Protection and Safety in Portugal: Collaboration Between a University (IST) and a Research Centre (ITN)
L.S. Ferreira (Instituto Superior Técnico, Departamento de Física),  O. Gil, A. Oliveira, I. Paiva, M. Reis, R. Trindade, P. Vaz (Instituto Tecnológico e Nuclear) - Portugal

E&T at academic level: the new Institute for Radiation Research in Karlsruhe
B. Breustedt, A. Bohnstedt, G. Frank, J. Knebel, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

G; Sardool Singh (Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology) – India

M. Coeck, G. Meskens (SCK•CEN) - Belgium

Poster Session

Approaches in Sector Specific Training

SOGIN - Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety School - Experiences and Perspectives
S. Romani, F. Mancini, G. Ghioni (Sogin) - Italy

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

Radioprotection Education and Training in Nuclear Fuel Plant Pitesti Romania
T. Ivana, GH. Epure (Romanian Radioprotection Society) – Romania

Educationin Radiation Protection specifically for Interventionists: Experience from Canary Islands
J. Hernández-Armas, A. Catalán-Acosta (Hospital Universitario de Canarias),  J. García-Granados (Complejo Hospitalario Universitario Insular-Materno Infantil), R. Martín-Oliva, Roberto (Hospital Universitario de Gran Canaria “Dr. Negrín”) - Spain

Computer based radiological protection course for workers in the medical sector
C. Gori, S. Busoni (Health Physics Department, Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Careggi, Firenze), C. Fulcheri (Medical Physics Specialization School, Università degli Studi di Firenze) - Italy

Dose Mapping around Industrial Radiation Devices using the MCNPX Code
C. Oliveira (ITN -Instituto Tecnológico e Nuclear) R. Costa  (Rui FCT/UNL-Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa) - Portugal

Radiation protection courses in education of medical physicists in Republic of Macedonia
L. Nikolovska (Institute of Public Health) - Macedonia

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

Integration of Radiation Protection in the Skillslab Program of Radiographers
D. De Backer, H. Mol (Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel) - Belgium

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

Training on Radiological Protection: Using a Complex Simulation System as Educational Tool
N. Kaufmann, A. Piater, A. Lurk, W. Scheuermann, T. Ionescu, E. Laurien, (University of Stuttgart) - Germany

Fully adapted radiation protection training for the dismantling of the BN MOX plant in Dessel, Belgium
P. Cretskens (European Control Services), J-M. Cuchet (Belgonucleaire) - Belgium

Poster Session

Developments in Training Delivery

Use of root cause methodologies as learning tools in radiological protection training
Y.R. Mamani Alegria (National Commission on Nuclear Safety and Safeguards) – Mexico

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

Education and Training in Radiation Protection in Portugal: the Role of ITN
A. Falcão (ITN, Nuclear and Technological Institute), M. Ferreira (Aveiro University) - Portugal

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

Building the future – attracting a new generation

Advancement of the Young Generation in Radiation Protection of the Association of German and Swiss Radiation Protection Experts
S. Zauner, G. Hampel (Institut für Kernchemie, Universität Mainz), S. Nagels (Institut für Strahlenforschung, FZK) – Germany

Wide Insatiable ETRAP Field in Serbia
O. Marinkovic (Institute of Occupational and Radiological Health), V. Spasic Jokic (University of Novi Sad), K.Paunovic  (Medical College in Belgrade) – Serbia and Montenegro

Poster Session

Broadening the perspective

Lessons Learned About Communication to Public after an Incident in a Nuclear Power Plant
P. Marchena, B. Gomez-Arguello, B. Bravo (Tecnatom) - Spain

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

Safety Culture and Radiation Protection at IPOC
M. C. de Sousa, M.d.C. Lopes (Instituto Português de Oncologia de Coimbra Francisco Gentil, E.P.E.) - Portugal

Safeguards course in the framework of BNEN (Belgian Nuclear higher Education Network)
Roland Carchon (SCK.CEN) - Belgium

Nuclear Knowledge Management In Stakeholder Communities – a synergetical approach
A. Dreimanis (State Environmental Survey, Radiation Safety Centre) - Latvia



Graphics and Design: Marion Brünglinghaus, ENS