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10-12 May 2022: RICOMET 2022, Utrecht, the Netherlands2021-12-09T12:13:43+00:00

RICOMET 2022 sessions will be organized in parallel with NORM X conference. The sessions will take place on 10 – 12 May, 2022 in Utrecht, The Netherlands.

The RICOMET sessions will address Societal aspects of ionising radiation  in various applications for instance medical applications, nuclear energy production, radioactive waste management, emergency preparedness, response and recovery, decommissioning nuclear installations etc.  RICOMET 2022 invites submission of abstracts dealing with: Factors influencing perceptions, expectations and behaviours; Holistic approaches to governance; Responsible Research and Innovation; Stakeholder engagement; Risk and health communication; Radiological protection culture.

Social science and humanities research on NORM and radon will be integrated into the NORM X sessions. Therefore, we encourage all SSH researchers to submit their abstracts to the relevant NORM X sessions. The final date for submission of abstracts is February 1st 2022. After submission, abstracts will be reviewed and authors will be notified as soon as possible whether their submission has been accepted.

Participation for the 3-day at RICOMET is 400 € for SHARE members. Discount codes for SHARE members can be received at the SHARE secretariat. 

SHARE awards will be given to the most outstanding Social Science and Humanities researchers of the conference under below three categories:

  • Methodological approach
  • Societal impact
  • Development of theoretical framework
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The mission of SHARE is to stimulate the integration of social sciences and humanities (SSH) in research, practice and policy related to ionizing radiation, including, for example: radiation protection, low dose risk, radioecology, emergency preparedness and response, dosimetry, medical applications, radioactive waste management, nuclear energy production, safety, NORM, site remediation etc.

To this end, SHARE structures and enhances dialogue at the European level and beyond, among the different stakeholders, fostering the sharing of knowledge and information among various disciplines working on aspects of ionizing radiation.

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