During the SCINT Summer School, you will have the opportunity to present your research activities.
If upon registration you agreed to present your work, we require two things:
The purpose of your mini-oral is to advertise your poster – to get attendees interested in coming to see your work.
- You are allowed TWO slide in PPT, PPTX (or PDF format).
- No slide animation is permitted.
- Your slide MUST be uploaded on THURSDAY EVENING.
- The slides from all mini-oral presenters will be incorporated into a single presentation, so it is vital that every presenter stick to their time slot (3 min).
- There will be no time for questions. Listeners can meet you at your poster during the poster session.
Keep this in mind when preparing your poster! You are encouraged to have a few words on yourself. Also feel free to include a picture to help others identifying you.
The poster sessions are scheduled as following:
Friday 10:00-11:00 / Poster Session on Scintillators
|Jan Barta||Photo-induced preparation of band-gap-engineered garnet powders|
|Frank Fandrich||Anhydrous metal halide precursors for scintillating applications|
|Lucie Fiserova||Scintillation powders for detection of neutrons|
|Tomas Hubacek||Growth and Characterization of InGaN/GaN Multiple Quantum Well Structures used for Scintillation Detectors|
|Juraj Páterek||Luminescence, scintillation and energy transfer in the doubly doped LuAG:Pr,Dy single crystal|
|Weronika Wolszczak||Quenching processes in scintillators|
|Tao Xu||Study on the Crystal Face Design and Luminescent Properties of Monodisperse YAG Nanocrystals|
|Pier Paolo Natali||[unknown]|
|Maksym Buryi||Investigation of point defects, emission centers and charge trapping in optical materials by EPR spectroscopy|
|Augustas Vaitkevičius||Luminescence properties of rare earth ions in novel garnets and glasses|
|David Sanchez||Monte Carlo study of the effect of surface roughness in EPMA measurements|
|Victor Sanchez Tembleque||[unknown]|
Saturday 10:30-11:30 / Poster Session on Applications
|Fahed Alsanea||Ionization Quenching Correction in 3D Scintillator Detector for Proton Therapy|
|Francesca Cova||Radiation hardness of Rare Earth doped sol-gel silica fibers for High Energy Physics Detectors|
|Mattia Fontana||Comparison between Anger and Compton cameras for medical imaging: a Monte Carlo simulation study|
|Richard Gray||Miniature Detection Systems for Site Characterisation|
|Tahereh Niknejad||Development of a detector module for Time-of-Flight PET scanners|
|Andrea Polesel||Improvement of time resolution of a PET module with DOI capabilities|
|Rosalinde Pots||Enhancing performance of scintillating crystals using nano-patterns|
|Matúš Saro||Positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy geometry optimization using Geant4 toolkit|
|Gianluca Stringhini||An innovative PET module with DOI capability|
|Vincent Turgeon||Non-Invasive Beta Detector for Measuring the Input Function in PET Scans|
|Jooyoung Lee||Underground Physics: neutrino-less double beta decay and dark matter search|
|Dmitry Philippov||Development of SiPM-based X-ray counting scintillation detector for security applications|
|Andrei Stancalie||Evaluation of silicon photomultipliers under ionizing radiation|
|Carlotta Trigila||Development of a portable gamma imaging system for absorbed radiation dose control in targeted radionuclide therapy|