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21st National Conference on Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors and Their Applications (SSNTDs-21)

November 18-20, 2019
Ramjas College, University of Delhi

Last date for Abstract Submission has been extended up to: 15 October, 2019.

Welcome to the 21st National Conference on Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors and Their Applications (SSNTDs-21)

Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors (SSNTDs) -a class of passive detectors, developed by R.L.Fleischer, P.B. Price and R.M. Walker in the early 1960s have found innumerous applications in various fields of science and technology. SSNTDs have been recognized as very potential and effective tools in exploring various areas of research. The intrinsic features of SSNTDs like low cost , availability, versatility and their remarkable stability have contributed to applications in a wide range of fields opening up new vistas which were practically unthinkable and unbelievable about a decade or two ago. In fact, nuclear tracks find applications wherever solid damage occurs and in the present times, there is hardly any branch of science and technology where these detectors don't have a potential application. Apart from the direct applications of far reaching consequences in nuclear physics, other areas as diverse as bio-medical sciences, cosmic rays and space physics, environmental research, geochronology and geophysics, materials sciences, lunar science, meteorites and tektites; microanalysis, mine safety, nuclear technology, uranium prospecting and most recently nano-/micro technology etc., have been greatly influenced by SSNTDs. They have a very important role to play in radiation measurement, micro technology and dosimetry and thus are potent enough in spreading awareness about the radiation environment and its impact on the general public and the academic peers. In order to disseminate the knowledge generated in this fast growing field, there is a need to bring material science and radiation community on a common platform and discuss various operational and radiation protection aspects.

About The College

Ramjas College is one of the oldest and premier colleges of Delhi University and the country founded in 1917 by the great educationist and philanthropist Rai Kedar Nath. It has about six thousand students, 250 faculty members and 200 non-teaching staff. It enrolls both UG and PG students for more than 50 courses in Science, Commerce and Humanities streams. It has very rich library, hostels, sports facility and extracurricular activities. Justice M. Sharma, Ch Brahm Prakash, Manoj Vajpayee, Prakash Jha and Shekar Suman are among the notable alumni. The college faculty members are actively involved in R&D works and have been organizing International and National Conferences, Seminars and Workshops. It is a DBT Star College. The venue of the conference is Ramjas College situated in the North Campus of Delhi University and it is well connected by roads, trains and metro.

Topics

  1. Basic Studies and Methodologies
  2. Latent Tracks in Materials and Ion Track Technology
  3. Heavy Ion Nuclear Physics and Cosmic Rays
  4. Radon, Thoron Studies, Applications in Environmental and Earthquake Studies
  5. Radiation Measurements and Dosimetry
  6. Trace Analysis
  7. Nuclear Track Filters and Their Applications
  8. Fission Track Dating & Geochronology
  9. Instrumentation, Devices and Software
  10. SSNTDs in Teaching
  11. Radiation Induced Modification of Materials
  12. Luminescence and its Applications
  13. Phosphor Materials for various Applications.
  14. Synthesis and Characterization of Materials.