The Marko Moscovitch School, originally known as the Summer School, began in Athens in 2001, in conjunction with the Solid State Dosimetry Conference. Since then, the school has been held before each SSD Conference under the supervision of the ISSDO.
The primary goal of this school is to provide young investigators with an advanced understanding of the principles and applications of dosimetry using solid-state detectors. The program covers fundamental dosimetry concepts as well as advanced applications of SSD techniques for detector design and modeling, production, and characterization.
The upcoming 8th Marko Moscovitch School will take place on September 13-16, 2023, at the School of Engineering of the University of Pisa. The program will feature world-class experts who will deliver lectures on state-of-the-art methods and theories for radiation dosimetry. Ample room will be provided for interactions between investigators and lecturers providing a unique opportunity to discuss future needs in the field.
We are thrilled about this upcoming school and look forward to welcoming lectures and participants. We encourage you to take full advantage of this invaluable opportunity to deepen your knowledge of radiation dosimetry and expand your scientific activities.
We extend our heartfelt appreciation to all the lecturers who have graciously accepted to share their expertise and busy schedules to participate in this school. We also thank all institutions, sponsors, and colleagues in Pisa who have supported the organization and operation of this school.
The Organizing Committee of SSD20 Summer School:
Francesco d’Errico (Italy/USA)
Susana de Souza Lalic (Brazil/Italy)
Anatoly Rosenfeld (Australia)
Riccardo Ciolini (Italy)
The innovation of Galileo's telescope provided a gateway to explore the stars. Similarly, EGO and Virgo have created a fresh perspective to observe the vastness of the universe.
You have the opportunity to participate in an exceptional adventure by visiting the largest European site dedicated to detecting gravitational waves caused by remarkable cosmic events. Accompanied by expert scientists and engineers, the guided tour of the EGO site lasts for about two and a half hours and grants you access to the Virgo interferometer location. During the visit, you will witness the remarkable technological feats involved in building and operating the detector. Best of all, this visit is free of charge and included in the SSD20 School Program!
The Solid State Dosimetry Summer School will be hosted at the Department of Civil and Industrial Engineering (DICI) of the University of Pisa. The University of Pisa (UNIPI) is a prestigious modern center of teaching and advanced research, committed to promoting quality in all areas of research and teaching. It has an excellent international reputation in all areas and especially in engineering and applied sciences. It leads important international research and education networks, and incorporates their findings into its programs.
The Department of Civil and Industrial Engineering was created in 2013 and it merges different research areas of Industrial Engineering, as Nuclear, Mechanical, Chemical, Aerospace and Civil. The DICI nuclear group performs research on the safety and security of fission and fusion nuclear reactors, thermal-hydraulic issues, radioactive waste management, decommissioning of plants and on transport and storage of nuclear fuel.
The lessons will be held in LMN Guerrini Classroom in the Department of Civil and Industrial Engineering (DICI) at the School of Engineering of the University of Pisa.
School of Engineering of the University of Pisa
L.go Lucio Lazzarino, 1
Pisa PI, Italy / 56122
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