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PROJECTS / MEET-CINCH Project / HoT in Radioanalytical Methods

HoT in Radioanalytical Methods

The course takes place at the Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU), the Czech Republic, on February 3 – 7, 2020.

The course provides fundamental theoretical knowledge of principles and concepts in all subfields of radioanalytical chemistry. The theoretical knowledge is complemented by practical hands-on training in the selected radioanalytical methods. It consists of a theoretical component which will be delivered through combination of distance learning via CINCH Moodle and on-site face-to-face teaching. The practical hands-on component will take place in the laboratories at the Department of Nuclear Chemistry of CTU in Prague.

This dedicated training course has been designed for individuals, with at least Masters’ level Chemistry background, who need to extend their skills and knowledge of nuclear and radiochemistry to the field of application of radionuclides and ionising radiation in analytical chemistry. Experience in handling open sources of ionising radiation in a radiochemistry laboratory is presumed.

Further information on the course can be found here.


How to apply

Download and send the filled-in application form to Ms Štěpánka Maliňáková (malinakova@fjfi.cvut.cz).

After the application deadline (December 31, 2019), successful applicants will be informed.


Additional information

No course fee will be charged to the participants. A budget exists to support the travel costs of participants. We would like to encourage you to apply for the funds via the Travel Fund. For more information please see the Travel Fund Handbook or contact directly the Fund Operator, Teodora Retegan Vollmer, tretegan@chalmers.se.

Only a limited number of participants can be accepted. Admission will be based on the evaluation of CVs and Motivation Letters included in the Application form.

All teaching will be in English.

All participants have to agree that multimedia materials (photos, videos, measurement protocols etc.) created during the course could be used for educational purposes on the public CINCH Moodle platform.