Engineering of Scintillation Materials and Radiation Technologies: Selected Articles of Ismart2018
Alexander Gektin,Mikhail Korzhik|2020.09.14
Part 1 Fundamental Studies.- Fast Processes in Scintillators.- Transient phenomena in scintillation materials.- Fluctuations of Track Structure and energy Resolution of Scintillators.- New properties and prospects of Hot Intraband Luminescence for fast timing.- Part 2 Material Science.- Ceramic scintillation materials ? approaches, challenges and possibilities.- Disordered garnet structure scintillation materials for novel detectors of ionizing radiation.- Garnet crystal growth in non-precious metal crucibles.- Part 3 Technology and Production.- Towards new production technologies: 3D printing of scintillators.- Enriched 40Ca100MoO4 single crystalline material for search of neutrinoless double beta decay.- Plastic scintillators with the improved radiation hardness level.- Part 4 Detector Solutions.- Application of scintillation detectors in cosmic experiments.- Neutron cross section measurements with diamond detector.- Investigation of the properties of the heavy scintillating fibers for their potential use in hadron therapy monitoring.- Development of a submillimeter portable gamma-ray imaging detector, based on a GAGG:Ce - silicon photomultiplier array.- Application scintillation comparators for calibration low intense gamma radiation fields by dose rate in the range of 0.03 ? 0.1 μSv/h.- Antineutrino Detectors.- Part 5 Instrumentation.- Development of the X-ray security screening systems at ADANI.- Optimization of physico-topological parameters of dual energy X-ray detectors applied in inspection equipment.- Control of organ and tissue doses to patients during Computed Tomograph.- Information Tool for Multifarious Scientific and Practical Research.- Calibration and performance of the CMS electromagnetic calorimeter during the LHC Run II.- Study the applicability of neutron calibration facility for spectrometer calibration as a source of gamma rays with energies to 10 MeV.- Thermal neutron detector based on LaOBr:Ce/LiF.- Specifics of 3D-printed electronics.