Dec 8 – 9, 2016
WUT Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Management
GB timezone

This workshop will provide a forum for the presentation and discussion on the progress in methods and technologies used for the research, development and industrial/environmental application of electron beam accelerators of energy range from 100 keV up 10 MeV. The meeting aims to present state-of-the-art research results and discuss areas where these machines can be implemented as well as discuss the accelerator engineering for these applications. This includes discussions between technologists, scientists and end users of key facilities, as well as decision makers and coordinators of the research programmes at various experimental and industrial facilities.

It will address the following main topics:

  • Electron accelerator based technologies for sterilization of health-care products, curing of materials (polymers crosslinking, rubber), new materials synthesis (composites, nanostructures and gels), treatment of industrial flue-gases, waste water and sludge.

  • Operational experiences of demonstration plants for treatment of flue gases, waste water or solid waste.

  • Economic aspects of the technology vs conventional technologies.

  • Provide an overview of the state of the art and new uses/developments of electron accelerators for industrial and environmental applications particularly those that would challenge the current technology.

  • Facilities using eb/X convertors for materials processing.

  • Mobile electron beam units.

  • Reliability of electron accelerators for harsh industrial/environmental conditions of operation.

Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology (INCT), Warsaw, Poland ( in cooperation with Warsaw University of Technology ( will be host of the meeting. The venue of the meeting is WUT Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Management, ul. Rektorska 4, 00-614 Warszawa.

WUT Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Management
Lecture Theatre
ul. Rektorska 4, 00-614 Warszawa, Poland