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Keynote lectures
Refreshment courses
Social events


Here you can find the preliminary schedule.


Keynote lectures

The organisers, in cooperation with the Scientific Committee members, are highly devoted to assemble a high level scientific programme, which will include keynote lectures given by eminent professionals from the discipline of individual monitoring of ionising radiation.

Invited speakers of Keynote lectures:

• Volodymyr BERKOVSKYY, Ukrainian Radiation Protection Institute (Ukraine)
• Bastian BREUSTEDT, KIT (Germany)
• Augusto GIUSSANI, BfS (Germany)
• Maria Antonia LOPEZ, CIEMAT (Spain)
• James MARSH, PHE (United Kingdom) (tbc)
• Hans-Georg MENZEL, ICRU (Germany)
• Hidehito NANTO, Kanazawa Institute of Technology (Japan)
• Thomas OTTO, CERN (Switzerland)
• Francois PAQUET, IRSN (France)
• Günther REITZ, DLR Institute of Aerospace Medicine, (Germany) (tbc)
• Anatoly ROZENFELD, University of Wollongong (Australia)
• Werner RÜHM, EURADOS (Germany)
• Quanfu SUN, National Institute for Radiological Protection, China CDC (China)
• Filip VANHAVERE, SCK-CEN (Belgium)
• Clemens WODA, Helmholtz Zentrum München (Germany)

Refreshment courses

Refreshment courses primarily dedicated to students and young researchers will be organised in four mornings (from Tuesday to Friday) on different topics.

The topics of the Refreshment courses will be announced soon.

Social events

In addition to the scientific programme great emphasis will be placed on social activities as well for successful networking and pleasure. During the wide varieties of social programs, the participants’ attention would be drawn to the historical and cultural heritage and natural beauties of Hungary. 

We provide the following social program options:

The House of Parliament
Hungarian Open Air Museum of Szentendre
Csopa Science Center
Zwack Museum
Széchenyi Thermal Bath
Sightseeing tour in Budapest

A guided tour will be organised to visit the building of Hungary's law-making body, the House of Parliament, which is not just the third largest but rightly considered among the most beautiful parliament buildings in the world. The building, which has come to be the symbol of Hungary and the capital, was selected as a World Heritage site as a central element in the Danube panorama. The building was designed by Hungarian architect Imre Steindl in neo-Gothic style and opened in 1902. The Parliament is one of the most well-known and important centres of Budapest, it provides a home for the legislature, a place of safekeeping for the invaluable treasures of the coronation badges, like the Hungarian Holy Crown.

A guided tour will be offered to the Hungarian Open Air Museum of Szentendre, which has Hungary's largest outdoor ethnographic collection to demonstrate folk life in the Hungarian language area. It presents the folk architecture of the characteristic landscapes of the Carpathian Basin, the housing culture and interior furnishings, furthermore the way of life of the different strata of the village and rural town society by means of exhibitions and several programmes. The museum is a nature reserve, the exhibition buildings and fixtures represent an irreplaceable value.

Csopa Science Center is Hungary's first interactive scientific exhibition, which offers entertainment for all age groups. The purpose of Csopa Science Center is to showcase the laws of nature, the wonderful and astonishing world of physics in a spectacular, entertaining, understandable way. The Science Center offers diverse programmes with several tools to demonstrate scientific phenomena, as well as with lectures and experimental demonstrations by which physics becomes more comprehensible in an enjoyable way.

Unicum is one of the most famous Hungarian trademarks, which stands for the Zwack family's traditional herb liqueur. A visit will be organised to the House of Unicum, during which visitors can enjoy a guided tour in the exhibition to get an insight of the Unicum's history through the Zwack family's fabulous relics. The programme contains a visit to the more than 100 years old distillery and the Unicum cellar as well, which is a labyrinth with almost 500 oak barrels. The visitors can even taste the original Unicum and the Unicum Plum straight from the oak barrels enjoying the fragrances and the flavours of these world-famous herb liqueurs.

Széchenyi Thermal Bath is the first thermal bath of Pest and also one of the largest spa complexes in Europe. The complex has 3 outdoor and 15 indoor pools and offers other services for instance in the sauna, steam chambers or aquafitness facility, which can be also tried during the visit. The Széchenyi Thermal Bath’s water is provided by the Saint Stephen Well Nr.II thermal spring and highly recommended for therapeutic purposes. The Bath’s building, which is considered among the most impressive buildings of Budapest, is located in ‘Városliget’ (the City Park) surrounded by a marvellous green environment.

Budapest is widely regarded as one of the most exciting and beautiful cities and also one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. A sightseeing bus tour will be offered to discover the historic places and world-wide famous sights, for instance to visit the several World Heritage sites in Budapest, including the Danube coastline, the Buda Castle District, the Andrássy Avenue and the Heroes' Square.



Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Centre for Energy Research
Budapest 114, P. O. Box 49