Compact Accelerators for Isotope Production

from Thursday, March 26, 2015 (8:00 AM) to Friday, March 27, 2015 (6:20 PM)
Cockcroft Institute (Lecture Theatre A/B)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Mar 26, 2015
Mar 27, 2015
AM
8:00 AM --- Arrival, Registration and Coffee ---
8:00 AM --- Coach from Doubletree Chester ---
9:00 AM Welcome from Susan Smith (Director, Daresbury) and Peter Ratoff (Director, Cockcroft)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
Slides
9:10 AM Isotope Needs in Europe - Ulli Koester (Institut Max von Laue-Paul Langevin (FR))   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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9:40 AM 99mTc Production Needs in the UK - Prof. Alan Perkins (University of Nottingham)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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10:10 AM 99mTc Production Development at TRIUMF - Dr Paul Schaffer (TRIUMF)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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10:40 AM Cyclotron-based Tc-99m: Targetry, Processing, Quality, and Mo - Dr Katie Gagnon (University of Alberta)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
11:10 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 AM Compact high-current FFAG for isotope production - Rob Edgecock (STFC - Rutherford Appleton Lab. (GB))   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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8:00 AM --- Coach from Doubletree Hotel ---
8:30 AM --- Arrival and Coffee ---
9:00 AM OPENMED: A Biomedical Facility at the Low Energy Ion Ring - Ghislain Roy (CERN)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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9:30 AM Laser production of radioisotopes - Dr Rob Clarke (STFC)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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10:00 AM A compact RFQ for isotope production in hospitals - Maurizio Vretenar (CERN)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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10:30 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:50 AM High power liquid target for 18F - Dr Matthew Stokely (BTI Targetry)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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11:20 AM Radioisotope yields and operating experience with a new 7.8 MeV cyclotron for point of demand isotope production: why the tabletop is not big enough - Mikael Jensen (Risoe-DTU, technical University of Denmark)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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11:50 AM Radiation Protection and Radiation Safety for Particle Accelerator Facilities - Joachim Vollaire (CERN)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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PM
12:00 PM Compact High Field Cyclotrons for N13 Ammonia and FDG - Dr Timothy Antaya (Antaya Science and Technology)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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12:30 PM Production of medical isotopes from a thorium target irradiated by light charged particles up to 70 MeV - Dr Charlotte Duchemin (SUBATECH)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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1:00 PM --- Buffet Lunch ---
2:00 PM Compact weak focusing cyclotrons for radioisotope production: status of AMIT project - Dr Concepcion Oliver (CIEMAT)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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2:30 PM IBA isotope production - Dr Jean-Michel Geets (IBA)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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3:00 PM Alliance production of radioisotopes - Dr Philip Webster (Alliance Healthcare)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
3:30 PM GE use of cyclotrons for isotope production - Dr Uno Zetterberg (GE)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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4:00 PM --- Coffee Break ---
4:20 PM BEST Cyclotron Systems and their applications - Dr Richard Johnson (BEST)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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4:50 PM Progress on the Oniac - Dr Svetlana Gossmann-Levchuk (Siemens)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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5:20 PM A compact, low-energy accelerator for medical radionuclide production: yields and isotopic purity - Mr William Webster (University of Cambridge)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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5:50 PM The MEDICIS Project - Thierry Stora (CERN)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
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6:30 PM --- Depart for Doubletree Hotel ---
7:30 PM --- Workshop Dinner ---
12:20 PM Monograph on cyclotron-produced Sodium (99mTc) pertechnetate in the European Pharmacopoeia - Ondrej Lebeda (Nuclear Physics Institute AS CR, p.r.i.)   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
1:00 PM --- Buffet Lunch ---
2:00 PM Discussion Session and Conclusions   (Lecture Theatre A/B)
4:00 PM --- Coffee Break ---
5:00 PM --- Tour of Daresbury Accelerators ---