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CHANCE Webinar series | Muon Tomography

January 25 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Muon tomography is a non-destructive technique to image objects from a safe distance. It utilizes the ever-present cosmic radiation and thus does not require additional radiation sources. Due to the highly penetrating nature of muons, it is possible to image the insides of large objects, ranging from nuclear waste drums to pyramids and volcanoes. As such it is an ideal tool to determine the contents and condition of nuclear waste materials in containers like waste drums up to CASTOR storage casks.

For more information on the CHANCE project, please visit the project website here.

Click here to watch the recording of this webinar.

Practical details

Date:
January 25
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Subtype:
Webinar
Language:
English
Website:
https://www.bigmarker.com/sckcen/CHANCE-Webinar-series-Muon-Tomography

Venue

Online

Organisation and target audience

CHANCE
Contact person:
Niels Belmans
nbelmans@sckcen.be
Target audience:
CHANCE project members; Radioactive waste management professionals
Link to EURAD Roadmap theme:
2.1: Predisposal Management, 2.2: Disposability Management, 5.5: Monitoring and Retrievability
Keywords:
muon tomography; waste identification

Other details

Educational level:
EQF Level 6: equivalent to (Academic) Bachelor degree
Duration:
2h30
Registration deadline:
25/01/2022