U SUSRET 8.TH ICNIRP WORKSHOP IN CAPE TOWN (8.-oj radionici ICNIRP-a u Kejptaunu)

logoIcnirpZbog opravdanih razloga, delagacija BIOGEN-a ove godine neće fizički biti prisutna na 8. ICNIRP Workshop u Cape Town-u , Južno Afrička Republika, ali ćemo svim svojim trudom i uspostavljenom saradnjom, sa organizatorom ove radionice, Međunaorodnom komisijom za zaštitu od nejonizujućih zračenja- ICNIRP-om, pokušati da dobijemo sve materijale, prezentacije i teme koje budu razmatrane u toku trodnevnih debata i naravno ZAKLJUČKE.

CILJ nam je da dalje nastavimo da vršimo konstruktivan “pritisak” na odgovrne institucije Republike Srbije da KONAČNO , MI KAO ZEMLJA PRISTUPIMO PROJEKTU SVETSKE ZDRAVSTVENE ORGANIZACIJE “EMF project”(počeo 1996.god), te da naši stručnjaci aktivnije uzmu učešće u radu ovog projekta.

 
Uz sve napore koje je uložilo rukovodstvo Udruženja BIOGEN, nismo uspeli da obezbedimo potrebna sredstva, neophodna za upućivanje delegacije, a ovom prilikom vas sve upoznajemo sa PROGRAMOM RADA 8. ICNIRP radionice (Workshop) KOJI SMO DOBILI OD SEKRETARIJATA ICNIRP-a: (MOŽETE VIDETI NA SLEDEĆEM LINKU )

http://www.icnirp.org/en/workshops/article/workshop-nir2016.html

ili ga ovd pogledati u celosti :

NIR LECTURES, POSTER SESSION AND EXHIBITION

Sunday 8 May 2016

15.00
to 18.00

15.00-18.00: Registration & Refreshments – Room: Jasminum Conservatory and Restaurant
16.30: Set up for Posters and Exhibition – Room: Jasminum Conservatory and Restaurant

Monday 9 May 2016

08.00

Registration and Poster Set Up – Room: Jasminum Conservatory and Restaurant

08.30

Opening ceremony of IRPA Congress – Room: Audi 1

09.15

IRPA Sievert Award Lecture – Room: Audi 1

10:15

Coffee break, exhibition and poster viewing – Room: Jasminum Conservatory and Restaurant

 

LECTURES OF NIR WORKSHOP – Room: Roof Terrace

10.45

 Welcome by ICNIRP NIR Workshop Organisers

Rüdiger Matthes 
(ICNIRP)

11.15

UV-related health impacts and implementing the UV Index; a South African perspective

Caradee Wright
(South African Medical Research Council)

SESSION 1 – General Issues

Chair: Maria Feychting

11.45

All about ICNIRP

Rüdiger Matthes
(ICNIRP)

12.15

Preliminary thoughts on ICNIRP’s protection principles

Eric van Rongen
(ICNIRP / HCN, Netherlands)

12.45

Lunch – Room : Jasminum Conservatory and Restaurant

14:00

ICNIRP Guidelines setting process

Rodney Croft
(ICNIRP / ACEBR, Australia)

14:30

WHO RF EHC and safety requirements

Emilie van Deventer
  (WHO)

15:00

Coffee break, exhibition and poster viewing – Room: Jasminum Conservatory

SESSION 2 – HF Science Updates and upcoming HF guidelines

Chair: Adele Green

15.30

New epidemiological studies on HF

Maria Feychting
(ICNIRP / Karolinska Institutet, Sweden)

15.55

New human experimental studies on HF

Gunnhild Oftedal
(ICNIRP / Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway )

16.20

New biological studies on HF

Carmela Marino
(ICNIRP / ENEA, Italy)

16.45

HF dosimetry

Soichi Watanabe (ICNIRP / NICT, Japan) – Akimasa Hirata (ICNIRP /NITEC, Japan)

17.10

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Tuesday 10 May 2016

08.45

HF thermophysiology

Zenon Sienkiewicz
(ICNIRP / Public Health England)

09.10

Draft ICNIRP HF Guidelines and discussion

Rüdiger Matthes
(ICNIRP) 

10.00

Coffee break, exhibition and poster viewing – Room: Jasminum Conservatory and Restaurant

SESSION 3 – Optical radiation

Chair: Agnette Peralta

10.30

Biophysical basis at optical radiation exposure limits

Bruce Stuck
(ICNIRP)

10.50

Optical radiation and cataract

Per Söderberg
(ICNIRP / Uppsala University, Sweden

11.15

Infrared cataract and temperature elevation within the eye

Tsutomu Okuno
(ICNIRP / JNIOSH, Japan)

11.35

Optical radiation – induced eye injuries

Bruce Stuck
(ICNIRP)

12.00

Lunch – Room : Jasminum Conservatory and Restaurant

SESSION 4 – ICNIRP Guidelines and Statements (recent and in progress)

Chair: Rodney Croft

13.30

Current ICNIRP guidelines regarding electric fields induced by movement of the human body in a static magnetic field

Kari Jokela
(ICNIRP / Formerly STUK)

13.55

NIR diagnostic applications in clinical practice

Rianne Stam
(RIVM, Netherlands)

14.20

Ultrasound Guidelines development

Zenon Sienkiewicz
(ICNIRP / Public Health England)

14.45

Coffee break, exhibition and poster viewing with authors – Room: Jasminum Conservatory

15.30

Data gaps relevant to guidelines setting

Carmela Marino
(ICNIRP / ENEA, Italy)

SESSION 5 – Specific topics (and local issues)

Chair: Zenon Sienkiewicz 

15.50

Mechanisms of interaction (RF and ELF): established vs hypothesized one

Guglielmo d’Inzeo
(ICNIRP / University di Roma, Italy)

16.10

Childhood leukemia and ELF fields, progress report

Gunde Ziegelberger
(ICNIRP / BfS, Germany)

16.30

Poster Session by topics

Eric van Rongen
(ICNIRP / HCN, Netherlands)

16.45

Young Scientist Award presentations
  YSA Laureate #1
  YSA Laureate #2

Award Laureate #1
  Award Laureate #2

17.15

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19.30

Workshop dinner

Wednesday 11 May 2016

SESSION 5 – continued

Chair: Zenon Sienkiewicz

09.00

UV-index: Review and challenges

Adele Green
(ICNIRP / QIMR, Australia)

09.30

Radiofrequency exposure in the general population – sources and exposure levels

Martin Röösli
  (ICNIRP / Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute)

10.00

Regulations and safety aspects for siting base stations for mobile telecommunication

Theo Samaras
(University of Thessaloniki, Greece)

10.30

Coffee break, exhibition and poster viewing – Room: Jasminum Conservatory and Restaurant

11.00

Open forum – Discussion and questions

Eric van Rongen
(ICNIRP / HCN, Netherlands)

11.45

Closing topic: future NIR/ICNIRP challenges

Eric van Rongen
(ICNIRP / HCN, Netherlands)

12.00

Lunch – Room : Jasminum Conservatory and Restaurant

13.00

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