7th WORKH SHOP of ICNIRP po povratku

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UDRUŽENJE BIOGEN JE I OVE GODINE NA POZIV ICNIRP-a UČESTVOVALO U RADU OVE NAJZNAČJNIJE SVETSKE INSTITUCIJE  NA POLJU NIR ( nejonizujućeg zraćenja ( elektromagnetska zračenja) . Upoznali smo se sa najnovijim zaključcima i istraživanjima na ovom polju i na taj načćin stekli veliku prednost i mogućnost da to znanje prenesemo i široj zajednici. U daljem kopija orginalnog obaveštenja ICNIRP sa konferencije u edinburghu








































Program    Posters   Presentations 

The NIR2012 Workshop that came to an end on Friday 11 May at 3 pm saw the participation of 180 delegates from 40 countries worldwide attended. 35 posters were displayed and 6 exhibitors participated in the Workshop. Additionally, the workshop was followed around the world online via a live stream. In the next days the pdfs of the presentations will be offered to the participants who attended the workshop. Videos of the presentations are also intended in the next weeks.

Experts from all relevant scientific disciplines (i.e. physics & engineering, biology and epidemiology) presented the most recent advances of research and protection in the different areas of NIR, including electromagnetic fields and optical radiation. In the last few years, ICNIRP has revised most of its protection guidelines, and the workshop provided participants with a comprehensive overview of updated recommendations, methodology for their development, scientific rationale, and recommended restrictions on exposure.

2012 marked ICNIRP’s 20th anniversary. Since its inception in 1992 the Commission has provided scientific advice on all NIR, and developed guidelines that are now largely in use around the world. It has maintained and asserted itself as an authoritative, interest-free organization in NIR protection. Its activities will continue with monitoring of research, refinement of the protection methods, and assistance in the development of health policies worldwide. With the contribution of all ICNIRP members, the workshop in Edinburgh provided the attendants with a unique opportunity for extensive discussion of all issues related to NIR protection.


The following manufacturers of instruments and softwares for scientific experimentation and measurements displayed their latest products and innovations to the workshop delegates at the venue. Participating in the ICNIRP NIR Workshop exhibition are:

Bentham Instruments Ltd
EM Software & Systems
Link Microtek
Wave Guard Technologies

The below registrees offered a poster summarizing their latest research. ICNIRP thanks them for their contribution.

Electromagnetic fields

Biological responses




Gene expression profiling of human HaCaT keratinocytes exposed to extremely low frequency electromagnetic field revealing inhibition of cell cycle progress
Huang C-Y, Chuang C-Y, Hsu I C



Transcriptional responses of mouse bone marrow to power frequency magnetic fields
Kabacik S, Kirschenlohr H, Badie C, Bouffler S, Brindle K, Sienkiewicz Z



Magnetophosphenes and associated brain activation: a study protocol in humans exposed to up to 50 milliTesla 50/60 Hz magnetic fields
Legros A, Modolo J, Goulet D, Plante M, Souques M, Deschamps F, Prato F, Lambrozo J, Thomas AW



Gene Expression Profiles in White Blood Cells of Volunteers exposed to a 50 Hz electromagnetic Field
Kirschenlohr H, Ellis P, Hesketh R, Metcalfe J




Subtle alterations in behaviour and hippocampus structure in mice following a short-term exposure to 905 MHz fields
Broom K A, Whitehill K, Sienkiewicz Z



Magnetically sensitive light-induced reactions in cryptochrome
Maeda K, Henbest K B , Neil S R T, Hogben H J, Biskup T, Ahmad M, Schleicher E, Weber S, Mackenzie S R, Timmel C R, Hore PJ



Investigation into influence of high SAR on neuron excitability
Partsvania B, Sulaberidze T, Shoshiashvili L

Exposure assessment

Static Fields & ELF



Metrology for next-generation safety standards and equipment in MRI – a new joint research project within the framework of the European metrology research programme EMRP
Ittermann B, Zilberti L, Seifert F, Rabus H, de Prez L, de Pooter J, Nettelbeck H, Jokela K, Hand J, Bottauscio O, Borsero M



A numerical survey of the electric fields experienced by humans moving within MRI static fields
Zilberti L, Chiampi M



Occupational exposure to static magnetic fields during a routine MR examination using a 3.0 T MR system
Yamaguchi-Sekino S, Nakai T, Izawa S, Okuno T



Cartography of 50 Hz electric and magnetic fields in a utility
Magne I




The measures applicable in assessing electrodynamic exposure effects of exposure to time-varying low frequency magnetic fields of non-uniform spatial distribution
Karpowicz J, Zradzinski P, Gryz K



A new methodology for RF-EMF exposure assessment based on sequential surrogate modeling
Aerts S, Deschrijver D, Joseph W, Verloock L, Goeminne F, Martens L, Dhaene T



Procedures for the exposure assessment of electromagnetic fields emitted by wifi devices
Pinto R, Cavagnaro M, Lopresto V, Mariotti M, Carmela M



Measurement and simulation of electromagnetic radiation distribution in physiotherapy units
Koutsojannis C


Radio-frequency heating due to head coils in ultra-high field magnetic resonance imaging scanners
Shrivastava D, Vaughan



EFHRAN project: exposure assessment to radiofrequency EMF in Europe
Thuróczy Gy, Bakos J, Kubinyi Gy, Gajsek P, Samaras T, Wiart J, Ravazzani P



Long-term monitoring of temporal and spatial variability of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) in Basel and surroundings
Urbinello D, Röösli M


In-situ measurements of electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields in the environment
Vulevic B, Belic C, Stalevski T



The national register of RF workers (UK): a long-term follow-up study
Litchfield I, Sorahan T



An assessment of measurement uncertainty for dielectric property measurement system in the millimeter wave band
Sasaki K, Mizuno M, Wake K, Fukunaga K, Watanabe S




Electromagnetic interference of electronic implants: internet information system EMF-portal and research at femu
Driessen S, Dechent D, Joosten S, Stunder D, Wienert R



Implanted cardiac defibrillator (icd) and professional exposure to electromagnetic fields
Souques M, Magne I, Perrino A, Lambrozo J




Organ specific averaged SAR for the central nervous system
Thielens A, Vermeeren G, Joseph W, Martens L



Whole-body absorption in heterogeneous adult and child human body model in realistic environments
Vermeeren G, Joseph W, Martens L



Korean male models and the ICNIRP reference level in the frequency range of 10 MHz – 3 GHz
Lee A-K, Choi H-D



Enrichments of central nerve system in Japanese computational models for numerical dosimetry in intermediate frequency range
Nagaoka T, Watanabe S




Occupational exposure to static and low frequency electric and magnetic fields – a new health and safety concept
Heinrich H, Hilpert G, Neuschulz H, Börner F, Brüggemeier H, Eggert S, Fischer M, Hentschel K, Udovicic L



Medical survey after 50 Hz electric or magnetic field exposure
Lambrozo J, Souques M, Magne I



The model of application of ICNIRP’s principles into the work place legislation on electromagnetic hazards – lessons learned from drafting European directive
Karpowicz J, Rossi P




Usage of mobile phones and concern on electromagnetic radiation of Portuguese youngsters
Sebastiao D, Branco M, Oliveira C, Correia LM



Design of a 50 ohm open TEM-cell
Šira N, Malaric K


Exposure assessment



Photobiological safety of newly introduced energy efficient lamps
Necz P P, Bakos J



Photobiological safety of light emitting diodes (LED)
Udovicic L, Janßen M, Ott G, Mainusch F, Romanus E



Emission of optical radiation by gas burners: a project with surprises
Wittlich M




Problems and open questions with limit values in directive 2006/25/EC in daily use
Wittlich M

Organization & Program Committee

The following persons are members of the organization & program committee:
Paolo Vecchia, ICNIRP, Italy
Rüdiger Matthes, ICNIRP, BfS, Germany
Gunde Ziegelberger, ICNIRP Secretariat, BfS, Germany
Karine Chabrel, ICNIRP Secretariat, Germany


The Workshop is organized by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP). To organize this Workshop, ICNIRP relies on own funds which are drawn from national and international subsidies granted by public bodies only, such as in 2012 the German Federal Office for Radiation Protection (BfS), the European Commission (EC DG EMPL), the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Radiation Protection Association (IRPA), the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA). The support of the Health Protection Agency is also gratefully acknowledged for the provision of video recordings and online streaming as well as the support of the EBEA for attendance sponsorships.

Finally, ICNIRP wishes to thank all speakers for their contributions.

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