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9th International Symposium on Physical, Molecular, Cellular, and Medical Aspects of Auger Processes
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22/08/2019 to 24/08/2019
When: Thursday, August 22, 2019
9:00 AM
Where: The Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre
Worcester College
1 Walton St
Oxford OX1 2HB
United Kingdom
Contact: Anne-Marie Honeyman-Tafa

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9th International Symposium on Physical, Molecular, Cellular, and Medical Aspects of Auger Processes which will take place in Oxford, UK, from August 23rd – 24th 2019. Further details can be found at

The very first Auger Symposium took place in 1975 in Jülich, Germany. Since then it has regularly featured as one of the smaller satellite meetings held in conjunction with the International Congress of Radiation Research (ICRR, which takes place every four years). In the past, the meeting benefitted from the small number of participants (average 50), giving all an opportunity to engage in interactive and energetic discussions.  This collegial atmosphere greatly stimulates collaboration between established and up-and-coming researchers in the field, and the 9th Symposium in Oxford aims to deliver on this experience! The meeting broadly addresses current developments in the field of Auger processes offering a unique opportunity for scientists working in this exciting field to present original research data, and to exchange new ideas.  The programme includes; production, availability and chelation chemistry of Auger electron emitting radionuclides, Auger emitters and their molecular or cellular effects, physics and dosimetry, in vivo therapy, and radiobiology.


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