6th International Conference on Radioecology & Environmental Radioactivity
Marseille, France
24-29 November 2024

Welcome to the 6th International Conference on Radioecology & Environmental Radioactivity - ICRER 2024

The 6th edition of the ICRER conference, jointly organized by the Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire (IRSN) and the Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (DSA) in cooperation with the International Union of Radioecology (IUR), IAEA, UNSCEAR, EURADOS, ICRP, Journal of Environmental Radioactivity and the European Radioecology Alliance, is making a welcome return only two years after its last edition.

The conference is taking place from November 24 to 29, 2024, in the charming city of Marseille, France.

In an era of transformative technological advancements, we're delighted to introduce at ICRER 2024 discussions on cutting-edge topics such as big data and climate change, in addition to the traditional themes of radioecology and environmental radioactivity (environmental monitoring, NORM, nuclear legacy, human and environmental dose assessment, transfer modelling). The comprehensive program features nine thematic sessions listed below, each designed to welcome both oral and poster presentations.

Get ready to connect with experts, share innovative ideas, and build partnerships that will influence the future of radioecology and more!

List of thematic sessions:

  1. Management of NORM impacted areas, including legacy sites, high-background areas and radon impacted sites and NORMs in drinking water and food: from risk assessment to remediation
  2. Radioactive waste management and disposal
  3. New development on measurements and metrology
  4. Emergency preparedness and revitalization: lessons from the past and current world events
  5. Effects of radioactivity on the ecosystems: from a mechanistic understanding to a holistic approach of radiation protection
  6. Understanding and modelling radionuclide mobility and bioavailability in the environment
  7. Consequences of global changes on radioecology
  8. Advancing radioecology with artificial intelligence and Big Data
  9. Fostering engagement between radioecology and society: promoting communication and citizen science initiatives

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