Proposed Program for HIAS 2014 - please be aware that minor changes may still occur prior to the commencement of the symposium. Download the Full Program with abstracts (PDF 20.2MB)
10:00 - 11:35HIAS 2014 opening, Session 1
10:00 Opening remarks Professor Stephen Buckman, Director Research School of Physics and Engineering, ANU
10:15 Robert Elliman Ion-beam synthesis of transition-metal oxide/suboxide heterostructures for non-volatile memory applications(PDF 14KB)
10:45 Anatoly Rosenfeld New radiation detection technology for accurate QA in heavy ion therapy(PDF 16KB)
11:15 Boon Lee Accurate calculations of Auger cascade for medical and physical applications(PDF 13KB)
11:35 - 12:00Coffee break
12:00 - 13:20Session 2
12:00 Liz Kenny Accelerators in medicine(PDF 8KB)
12:30 Keith Fifield Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) - what is it, and why do we need it?(PDF 8KB)
13:00 Moshi Geso Proton-Gamma induced peak in metals and organic compounds for dosimetry in radiotherapy(PDF 30KB)
13:20 - 14:15Lunch break/Posters
14:15 - 15:55Session 3
14:15 Mike Hotchkis Use of Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) to study the migration and bioaccumulation of actinides in the environment(PDF 57KB)
14:45 George Braoudakis The OPAL research reactor(PDF 9KB)
15:15 James Tickner Gamma activation analysis of gold and other elements in mineral samples(PDF 14KB)
15:35 Roger Martin New DNA-binding antioxidents as topical radioprotectors(PDF 9KB)
15:55 - 16:20Coffee break
16:20 - 18:00Session 4
16:20 Trevor Ireland Isotopic heritage of the solar system(PDF 9KB)
16:50 Susanne von Caemmerer Application of carbon isotopes in photosynthetic research(PDF 9KB)
17:20 Stefan Pavetich Measuring the good, the volatile and the heavy at DREAMS(PDF 11KB)
17:40 Jai Smith Additive radioprotection by the combination of DNA binding antioxidants and Aminothiol radical scavengers(PDF 10KB)
18:15 - 20:00BBQ at Department of Nuclear Physics, ANU & Tour of the ANU Heavy Ion Facilities

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