Course Dosimetry and Radiation Protection
Level of study - Master Degree
Workload: ECTS - 3; Total Hours - 108; Contact Hours - 48; Lectures - 24; Seminars - 24.
Course Objectives: The main aim is to develop of knowledge and skills in the field of dosimetry and radiation protection, in order to solve applied and scientific tasks in different brunches of Science and Engineering.
Having successfully completed this module, you will be able to: search and get knowledge and new information in field of dosimetry and radiation protection, and apply it to your scientific activity.
Having successfully completed this module, you will be know: • basics and methods of dosimetry and radiometry; • algorithms and methods of measurement of ionizing radiation fields characteristics, radioactivity of environment samples; • methods of investigation in Radioecology.
Having successfully completed this module, you will have skills to: • apply of methods of dosimetry and radiometry in your professional activity; • simulate and calculate the characteristics of ionizing radiation fields and radioactivity of environment; • plan and realize investigations in Radioecology.
Having successfully completed this module, you will have practical experience in: • choice and application of methods of dosimetry and radiometry; • simulation and calculation the characteristics of ionizing radiation fields and radioactivity of environment.
Characteristics of ionizing radiation fields (2 hours).
Dosimetric quantities and its measurement units (8 hours).
Ionizing radiation effects (2 hours).
Methods of dosimetry and radiometry (6 hours).
Methods of Radiation Protection (6 hours).
1. James E. Martin. Physics for Radiation Protection: A Handbook // WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim, 844 p.
2. Stabin, Michael G. Radiation Protection and Dosimetry: An Introduction to Health Physics // http://www.springer.com/fr/book/9780387499826
3. J Sabol , P-S Weng. Introduction to Radiation Protection Dosimetry // http://www.worldscientific.com/worldscibooks/10.1142/2612