THE AIM of the conference is to bring together scientific, academic and industrial communities involved in research and development related to nuclear instrumentation and measurement methods.
THE PROGRAM emphasizes the latest developments in all measurement stages: radiation detection, in-pile measurements, modeling, electronics, signal acquisition and analysis, interpretation and associated training/education activities.
ANIMMA offers an outstanding opportunity to address complex problems and fi nd advanced and innovative solutions in nuclear instrumentation and measurement sciences and technologies.
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
Instrumentation and measurement in nuclear media as well as radiation detection, measurement, diagnostic and monitoring are key aspects that contribute to the quality of scientific programmes in the fields of physics, energy, fuel cycle, radioactive waste management, safeguards and homeland security. Furthermore, measurements relying on nuclear physics now play an important role in various fields of application such as biology, medicine and the environment. Since the first edition ANIMMA* international conference becomes now a real opportunity to get together with colleagues, partners and friends to exchange ideas and share knowledge and experience in the nuclear instrumentation, measurement methods and nuclear experimental sciences in general.
The ANIMMA Conference has always strived to create a special meeting place shared by all those working in nuclear instrumentation and its applications, as we strongly believe that cross-border exchanges between scientists, engineers and industrialists can only lead to the most developed ideas, the best solutions and the most efficient collaborations and partnerships. ANIMMA continues to maintain a high level of scientific and technical quality by presenting not only the latest advances but also the state of the art in each field through the participation of international specialists and experts. It is an ideal meeting for scientists and engineers in the field of nuclear measurement, instrumentation in specific media, radiation instrumentation, software engineering, data acquisition analysis and treatment, and related applications to present their work and network with their colleagues from around the world.
ANIMMA conference was founded in 2009, thus, we celebrated all together the 10th anniversary last June in Portoroz. This achievement was made possible thanks to your contributions, your participations and above all thanks to your continued confidence.
ANIMMA 2019 was the sixth issue of a series of conferences with a scientific program during 5 days dealing with :
- A full-day short-courses.
- 4 international workshops.
- At least a plenary lecture each day followed by parallel sessions.
- Intensive oral sessions for poster presentations everyday followed by plenary poster session.
- Technical visit to JSI Triga research reactor.
ANIMMA 2019 was a great success thanks to your contributions and to your participation and also thanks to ANIMMA committees; partners and sponsors. 230 presentations represented by 31 nationalities have been presented and discussed during parallel oral sessions and intensive oral sessions. In addition, a permanent exhibition from industry and research institutes took place during the whole conference week.
Short-courses and workshops were also successful.
Finally, on behalf of ANIMMA committees I should like to express my heartfelt thanks to all attendees for having made this scientific event a great success.
We look forward to welcoming the community to the seventh edition of ANIMMA international conference which will be held from June 21 to 25, 2021 at the wonderful city of Prague (Czech Republic).
Prof. Dr. Abdallah Lyoussi
ANIMMA General Chairman
General Chairman: Prof. Dr. Abdallah Lyoussi
Steering Committee Chair: Dr. Igor Jencic
Scientific Committee Chair: Prof. Dr. Michel Giot and Dr. Michel Carette
Local Organizing Committee Chair: Dr. Luka Snoj
Workshops Organization Chair: Dr. Christelle Reynard-Carette
Short-Courses Organization Chair: Dr. Ludo Vermeeren