3rd Jagiellonian Symposium on Fundamental and Applied Subatomic Physics, is organised by the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland. The conference will take place June 23 – 28, 2019 in Collegium Maius, the oldest building of the university founded in XIV century. Following the success of first meeting organised in 2015 and second meeting in 2017, this event is a continuation to once again bring together scientists from physics, nuclear medicine and healthcare. One of the main purposes of the Jagiellonian Symposium is to exchange experience and expertise gained by various institutions in the field of applied and fundamental nuclear as well as atomic and particle physics, medical imaging, radiotherapy and healthcare. The symposium will be a showcase for forefront experimental as well as theoretical developments, where the interplay between outstanding research and innovative concepts on the borderline between basic and applied science will be promoted.
The scientific scope cover the following fields:
- Medical imaging technologies
- Principles and applications of positronium physics
- Discrete symmetries
- Tests of foundations of physics
- Exotic atomic and hadronic matter
- Technologies in radiation detection
- High performance signal processing and data analysis
- Neutron activation techniques in medicine and homeland security
- Positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy
- Radiation therapy technologies
- Effects of radiation on living organisms
More details on the symposium is available in first, second and third circulars.
The symposium program is now available.
3rd Jagiellonian Symposium on Fundamental and Applied Subatomic Physics is funded in the framework of the 851/P-DUN/2019 project from the resources of the Minister of Science and Higher Education for popularization of science.