Call for Papers submission deadline extended to 11 October 2019


Stand 1
Sydor Technologies

Sydor Technologies, a global provider of advanced detectors and diagnostic instrumentation across the energy spectrum. Sydor's products are tailored for the energy, research, and defense industries, customized to the end user's application. Products range from visible and x-ray streak cameras, 80ps Gated Optical Imagers, direct x-ray detectors, temporal calibration tools, and more. Established in 2004, Sydor Technologies is headquartered in Rochester, NY and now supplies systems and support in over 33 countries.


Stand 2
John Caunt Scientific Ltd

John Caunt Scientific Ltd (JCS) is a UK SME specialising in instrumentation for radiation sensing, signal processing and shielding for the nuclear sector. We will be showcasing our range of instruments, counting equipment, shielding, detectors and exhibiting our RMS30 gamma and neutron sensors which are now being used to great effect across the UK nuclear landscape.


Stand 3
Instrumentation Technologies d.o.o.

For the last 20 years Instrumentation Technologies is the world leading company in designing and building high performance instruments for particle accelerators, known by the brand name Libera. We also leverage knowledge gained in particle accelerator market and offer consulting expertise in hardware and embedded software design, rapid prototyping, product development and certification assistance. We cater to a worldwide market in MedTech, IoT, smart cities, telecommunications, aerospace, university research and development.


Stand 4
Springer-Verlag GmbH

Our business is publishing. With more than 2,900 journals and 300,000 books, Springer offers many opportunities for authors, customers and partners.


Stand 5
WIENER Power Electronics GmbH

WIENER Power Electronics GmbH is one of the world leading companies with a long tradition in design and production of state of the art electronic chassis / mainframes and power supplies for the scientific research community as well as for demanding industry applications. ISEG designs and produces high voltage power supplies for special purpose in industry and research applications.


Stand 6
Hamamatsu Photonics

Over the last three decades, Hamamatsu Photonics has been an enabling partner in both academic and industrial R&D efforts to the Nuclear Physics community. Today, Hamamatsu Photonics is a vertically integrated manufacturer facilitating a broad range of tailored solutions ranging from traditional detectors such as PMTs and MPPCs, to customised components, modules and complete systems.


Stand 7

ORTEC is an industry leader in the design and manufacture of ionizing radiation detectors, nuclear instrumentation, analysis software, and integrated systems. Our technologies, products, and services are instrumental in materials analysis for radioisotopic content. Key industry segments include nuclear security, materials safeguard, nuclear power, research, environmental and health physics.


Stand 8
American Physical Society

The American Physical Society (APS) is a non-profit membership organization that publishes the Physical Review collection, the world's most widely read physics research and review journals. Please stop by booth 8 in the exhibit hall to learn about Physical Review Research, the exciting new journal from APS, which begins accepting submissions in 2019.

Stand 9 
Hilger Crystals 

Hilger Crystals manufactures an extensive range of synthetic crystal materials and will be displaying a variety of these for various applications including optical crystals for FTIR Infrared spectroscopy, scintillation crystals for the X-ray detection and X-ray security and medical imaging crystal markets.


Stand 15

The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) is part of the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) a new body which works in partnership with universities, research organisations, businesses, charities, and government to create the best possible environment for research and innovation to flourish.

Stand 22
Mirion Technologies (Canberra UK) Ltd

We are one of the UK’s leading suppliers of instrumentation for Spectroscopy, Characterization, Health Physics and Environmental Monitoring to the nuclear industry. We have offices in Harwell, Farnborough, Seascale and Forss.


Stand 23
IOP Publishing 

IOP Publishing is a society-owned scientific publisher, providing impact, recognition and value for the scientific community. Wholly owned by the UK Institute of Physics, we work closely with researchers, academics, and partners worldwide to produce academic journals, ebooks, conference series, and digital products, covering the latest and best research in the physical sciences and beyond.

Stand 25

Micron Semiconductor Ltd

Micron Semiconductor Ltd is a specialist manufacturer and global supplier of silicon- and diamond-based radiation sensors for over 30 years. Our products are custom-designed to meet a wide range of requirements and are used in various applications such as space exploration, high energy physics and nuclear research. Our consultancy and design services are key to turning client's ideas and constraints into reality, while our modular production line allows us to adapt quickly and fulfill orders.


Key dates

Abstract submission deadline [EXTENDED]:

8 February 2019

Exhibitors early registration deadline [EXTENDED]:

30 March 2019

Early registration deadline:

17 June 2019

Accommodation deadline:

17 June 2019

Poster submission deadline:

28 June 2019

Registration deadline:

19 July 2019

Paper submission deadline [EXTENDED]:

11 October 2019

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