What is the School on Radiation Technologies School?

The WNU School on Radiation Technologies (RT School) is a two-week programme aimed at future leaders in the radiation and radioisotope field. It is open to companies, governments, research institutions and regulatory authorities expected to play key roles in the field.

The programme aims at: 
  • Providing selected participants with broad understanding and new horizons in the area of radioisotopes and radiation  technologies 
  • Familiarizing participants with the main issues encountered by practitioners in the field 
  • Providing opportunities for participants to develop a worldwide network of contacts of unique value to their current and long-term careers  

 The RT School receives technical support from the International Atomic Energy Agency and the World Council on Isotopes. Previous RT Schools have been run in cooperation with Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) and with the Association of Imaging Producers and Equipment Suppliers (AIPES).

See the flyer for the Radiation Technologies School here

See the programme for the Radiation Technologies School here

The founding supporters: