The Institute of Physics of the Kazimierz Wielki University and Oncology Center - prof Łukaszczyk Memorial Hospital, both in Bydgoszcz, Poland, cordially invite you to participate in the 11th European Conference on Luminescent Detectors and Transformers of Ionizing Radiation, which will be held in Bydgoszcz, September 12-17, 2021.
LUMDETR 2021 will continue the tradition established by the previous meetings in Latvia (Riga, 1991), Estonia (Tallin, 1994), Poland (Ustron, 1997), Latvia (Riga, 2000), Czech Republic (Prague, 2003), Ukraine (Lviv, 2006), Poland (Krakow, 2009), Germany (Halle, 2012), Estonia (Tartu, 2015) and Czech Republic (Prague, 2018).
This conference provides an interdisciplinary forum for the presentation of the latest developments in basic and applied research in the field of radioluminescence, the processes of energy transfer and storage in solids, the physics and chemistry of luminescent phosphor and scintillation materials, and related with them applications.
Invited lectures will be given by leading scientists to introduce the main topics of the conference. Both oral and poster presentations will create the main body of the conference program. Delivered manuscripts, after review process, will be published the journal Optical Materials (Elsevier Publ. House).
LUMDETR 2021 SCIENTIFIC TOPICS
- Physics and chemistry of luminescent materials for detectors and transformers of ionizing radiation
- Technology and methods of luminescent material preparation
- Nanophosphors and nanocomposites
- Film based phosphors/scintillators and composites on their base
- Defects and their role in performance of luminescence material
- Radioluminescence and scintillation mechanisms, energy transfer and storage, optically and thermally stimulated luminescence in solids
- Novel phenomena related to luminescent materials
- New luminescent detector concepts and novel instrumentation
- Application of scintillators and transformers of ionizing radiation for medical diagnostics and biological research
- Application of luminescence materials in dosimetry of ionizing radiation including homeland security dosimetry, archeology and cosmic ray dosimetry.