RADIOCHEMISTRY: Methods and applications in Radiochemistry


  • Carrier and Tracers
  • Sources of Radionuclides
  • Decontamination  
  • Protective Techniques
  • Radiolabelling
  • Radiotracer Applications
  • Radioanalytical Methods
  • Radiochemical Separation Techniques
  • X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis
  • Transuranium Elements​
28/01/2019 to 01/02/2019
Expected Outcome: 

Radioactive materials play an important role in many areas of science and technology. Some of our most pressing problems in nuclear energy production are connected to the chemical properties of radionuclides, e.g. the waste management problems. On the other hand, the multitude of applications of the tracer technique has provided us until now with important insight e.g. in biochemistry and physiology and is being applied every day in medicine to diagnose and treat diseases. ​​

Intended Participants: 

Master and PhD students.
The course is a Seminar of the UPV Master on Industrial Safety and Environment, offered to CHERNE institutions as far as places are free.​

The participants must have a basic knowledge in chemistry and in nuclear physics (type of radioactive disintegration, period of a nuclear emitter,…)
Number of Participants: 
Time Schedule: 

20 hours / 1 week

The course combines lectures, and lab exercises.

Erasmus IP: 
Practical organization: 

Accommodation and meals: not organised​​

Cost for students: 

Travel andaccommodation: not covered. 

No fee is foreseen. 
However, a reduced fee (not higher than 50€) to cover organization expenses can be applied if the course is organized through CFP.​

Extra Information: 
  • Deadline for registration: 15 December 2018
  • Communication of admittance: 15 January 2019​