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Joint research on various types of radiation dosimeters

Final Report Summary - RADDOS (Joint research on various types of radiation dosimeters)

Executive Summary:
RADDOS project was a four year support action programme in the radiation dosimeters area containing coherent set of actions involving the three partners:
• From EU Member state: Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork, Ireland; Tyndall was a project co-ordinator.
• From Western Balkan country: Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Nis, Serbia,
• From convergence region in EU Member state: Institute Josef Stefan, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
During the four years of the project the following objectives were achieved:
• Six secondments between the project partners have been realised.
• Thirteen short visits between the project partners have been realised.
• Fourteen short visits by the project partners to third laboratories have been organised.
• Five young promising researchers have been hired by the Serbian partner.
• Several major equipment items related to electrical characterisation of semiconductor devices have been purchased for the Serbian partner.
• Web page of the Applied Physics Laboratory (laboratory in Serbia participating in the project) has been established and promotional leaflet designed and distributed to the existing and prospective partners in Serbia, Western Balkan Region, and European Union.
• “The First International Conference on Radiation and Dosimetry in Various Fields of Research – RAD 2012” was organised from 25-27 April 2012, in Nis, Serbia.
The project fully achieved its objectives, thereby greatly contributing to the increase of technological, scientific, and human potential of the Serbian partner. The two EU partners have also achieved significant technical and scientific benefits.
For further information about the project, please contact project co-ordinator:
Aleksandar Jaksic
Tyndall National Institute,
University College Cork
Tel: +353 21 490 4262
Fax: +353 21 490 4058
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