Please look at the profiles of potential participants. It will help you to find people who are working in similar research fields and to recognize each other during the conference easily.

Dovhyi Illarion

Senior researcher, Marine Hydrophysical Institute of RAS.
Grzegorz Boczkaj

Prof. Grzegorz Boczkaj (h-index = 20, citation: 1350) works in Department of Process Engineering and Chemical Technology (Gdansk University of Technology, Poland). Scientific activities of prof. Boczkaj relates mainly to chemical engineering and environmental protection, including: - studies of reactions taking place in cavitation conditions –sonocavitation (induced by ultrasounds) and hydrodynamic cavitation - advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) - separation techniques - synthesis, chara
Gintautas Tamulaitis

Professor at the Institute of Photonics and Nanotechnology, Vilnius University, Lithuania. Main research fields: semiconductor physics, optical nonlinearities in semiconductors and semiconductor nanostructures; scintillating crystals; time-resolved and spatially-resolved photoluminescence spectroscopy of solids, applications of LEDs
Margarita Ifti

Professor at the Department of Physics, University of Tirana, Albania. Complexologist, hard core Statistical Physicist.
Ahmet Murat Şenışık

He graduated from Ege University Physics Department in 2000. He graduated from Dokuz Eylul University, Institute of Science in 2003. In the Physics department, he received his PhD in 2009 from Ege University Nuclear Sciences Institute. He graduated in the field of Nuclear Applications. He worked as a Health Physicist between 2003-2015. He started to work as a lecturer in 2015. He has been working in the Radiotherapy program at Altınbaş University since 2016.
Juan Román Raya

Medical physicist at ’Hospital Universitario Clínico San Cecilio’, Granada, Spain. My research is focused on the development of an in vivo dosimetry system for radiotherapy based on light dependent resistors.
Anatoly Titov

STATUS: Doctor of Sciences on Theoretical Physics, POSITIONS: Head of Division of innovations, NRC "Kurchatov institute" - PNPI; head of Quantum Chemistry Laboratory, NRC "Kurchatov institute" - PNPI. RESEARCH INTERESTS AND EXPERIENCE: Theory of relativistic effective core potentials (RECPs or pseudopotentials) for high precision calculations; electronic structure restoration in core regions of heavy atoms-in-compounds after its RECP calculation; embedding potential; high-precision cal
Mehdi Amouheydari

Ph.D. in Food and Nutrition Sciences. I am a researcher on foods and nutritional supplements and I have research on healthy foods that promote health. These researches are In vitro and In vivo on animals as well as in clinical patients. One of my research interests is to investigate the effects of biologically active compounds in reducing the complications of various diseases, especially high-risk diseases such as cancers. In this context, the use of peptides and their application in food or pha
Vladimir Jurisic

Prof Dr Vladimir Jurisic is chief of scientific project in Oncology in Serbia. He studied Medicine at the University of Belgrade, and he received his PhD from the same University. He current interest involved research in oncology, immunology and heamatology. He has over 180 article in peer reviewed international journals and his H-index is 27. His works have been cited over 2090 times.
Dr. Yousif Abdallah

About me : I certainly enjoyed my experience in Radiotherapy and Nuclear Medicine, particularly it has been different institutions and hospitals with different Medical Cultures and allocated resources. Radiotherapy and Nuclear Medicine Technology has always been my aspiration and my life. As years passed I accumulated a tremendous amount of skills and knowledge in Radiotherapy and Nuclear Medicine, Conventional Radiology, Radiation Protection, Bioinformatics Technology, PACS, Image processing,
Nelli Popova

I am Senior Scientist at the ITEB RAN in Russia. The main interest of our research is application of the metal oxide nanoparticles for the biomedicine.
Amina Mikayilova

STATUS: Ph.D. in Physics, Associate Professor. POSITIONS: Head of Education Department at the Institute of Radiation Problems. Baku, Azerbaijan. MAIN RESEARCH FIELDS: Radioecology, chemical and radioecological research of thermal waters.
Marina Ionela Cucu

As a young Ph.D. student, I am interested in searching for new information in the radioprotection field and meeting new people in the specialty. I work in nuclear fuel plant Pitesti in Romania in Radioprotection Laboratory and I am very interested in all that means radon, measurement, equipment, impact on human health.
Ekaterina Koryakina

Ph.D. in Biology, Senior Research Fellow at Department of Radiation Biophysics, A. Tsyb Medical Radiological Research Centre, Obninsk, Russia. I’m interested in radiobiology, effects of proton, carbon, neutron irradiation in mammalian cells, RBE, LET, chemical dosimetry.
Regina Kozhina

I am a Ph.D. student in Radiobiology at Dubna State University and work as a junior research scientist in the Laboratory of Radiation Biology, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia. My research interests are in the field of DNA damage in mammalian cells after exposure to ionizing radiation with various physical characteristics and modifiers that changing cell’s radiosensitivity. I hope to meet new interesting people and have a great time!
Elona Juozaityte

Professor Elona Juozaitytė Radiation oncologist, Head of Oncology and Haematology department, Hospital of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Head of Oncology institute, Lithuanian university of Health sciences, Lithuania . Scientific interest in Breast cancer research. She is a head of several research projects, principal investigator in phase II-IV clinical trials, expert of Lithuanian Council of Sciences; Editorial Board member for scientific journals.

Carlos Rojas-Palma obtained his Ph.D. (Magna Cum Laude) in Physics from the University of Antwerp, Belgium. Since 1994 works at the Belgian Nuclear Research Centre (SCK•CEN), and has spent more than a decade working on Euratom nuclear safety research in Europe. He has coordinated a number of research projects for the European Commission’s Euratom 5th, 6th and 7th framework programs. From 2004 to 2007 Carlos lead an expert group as part of the International Action Plan of the International Atomic
Maja Natic

Associate professor, Faculty of Chemistry University of Belgrade-Main research intersts are focused on the chemical composition of plant material and natural products, and their biofunctional and nutritional properties. Focus is also on the possibility of using chemometry to assess varietal, botanical, and geographical origin of the samples.
Matejka Bizjak

University professor for the field of textiles at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering, Department of Textiles, Graphic Arts and Design
Aleksandr Khalikov

Proton beam therapy (PBT) is developed at Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute named by B.P.Konstantinov of NRC “Kurchatov Institute” in close cooperation with Russian Scientific Center of Radiology and Surgical Technologies n.a. acad. A.M. Granov. Our treatment method differs from commonly accepted proton therapy method – so called method of “Bragg peak”. The “fly-through” method is based on a rotation technique allowing one to rotate the patient using a special medical installation and a fixed
Ionkin Dmitry

Professor surgeon Areas of work: Surgery, Oncology, Endoscopy Area of ​​interest: hepatopancreatobiliary zone.
Arturas Inčiūra

Radiation-oncologist at Hospital of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Professor at Oncology institute of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences. Areas of scientific interest: radiotherapy, radiobiology, oncogynecology, prostate brachytherapy, concomitant chemoradiation.
Kateryna Hubenko

I am junior researcher from the Department of Nanoscale Materials of the Institute for Scintillation Materials NAS of Ukraine from Kharkov. I am PhD in physics since 2019. My PhD studies were devoted to the processes of energy transfer in hybrid organo-inorganic complexes based on ReVO4 (Re = Gd, Y, Eu) and CaWO4 nanoparticles using the methods of optical spectroscopy.My colleagues (who will also take part in RAD 2020) and I are actively engaged in investigation of the redox activity of orthovanatade nanoparticles for medical and biological applications. I hope this conference will give me new acquaintances with people who have the same interests.
Sergey Kulyukhin

Doctor of Science (chemistry), Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Russian academy of sciences (Moscow, Russia). Head of Laboratory. The main lines of investigations are concerned with fundamental research in the localization of radioactive elements, including actinides, and technogeneous impurities in dispersed media.
Ivana Jelić

Research Associate at Research and Development Institute Lola Ltd., Serbia. Areas of scientific research: environmental protection, waste recycling and reuse; energy efficiency and new thermal insulation materials based on natural raw materials and waste materials.
Natalia Mudruk

Researcher at the Tananaev Institute of Chemistry - Subdivision of the Federal Research Centre “Kola Science Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences”, Russia. The present work focuses on a synthesis procedure of the composite sorbents based on phosphates of Ti, Ca and Mg.
Jovana Knežević

Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Best graduated student in field of Biomedical end Ecological Engineering. Coordinator of integrated quality management system in Public Company "Nuclear facilities of Serbia". Professional tour guide in Nikola Tesla Museum, Belgrade. Participated the 63. National Conference on Electrical, Electronic and Computing Engineering, 7th International RAD Conference, course Oversight of Safety Culture and Management System organized by ENSTTI
Miljana Mirković

Name: Miljana Mirković; Year: 1986; Address: Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Laboratory for Materials, University of Belgrade, Mike Petrovica Alasa 12-14, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia; E-mail:; Education and Training: 2008: Summer School entitled: Erasmus Intensive Program on "Dioctahedral Clay-Related Layer Silicates", Budapest, Hungary. 2010: Master of Science in Geology for Mineralogy and Crystallography, Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia
Kristina Kamenskikh

I am a junior researcher at the Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics, Pushchino, Russia. I am studying the radioprotective and radiosensitizing properties of cerium oxide and fluoride nanoparticles using a planarium model and cell culture model.
Irma Ivette Santana Martinez

I am a Ph.D. student who was awarded a 3 years scholarship from Mexican and German scientific organizations (CONACY-DAAD) to study my Ph.D. in Germany. I am currently working at Helmholtz Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf in the project "Generation of GD2-specific radioimmunoconjugates for diagnostic targeting of neuroblastoma" under the supervision of Professor Michael Bachmann, Dr. Stephan Holger (Chemistry area) and Dr. Kristof Zarschler (Biology area).
Šaćira Mandal

For many years, my research and interest has been related to metabolism and molecular mechanisms involving of fatty acids and particular free fatty acids. Also, I am interested in inflammation, immunity and molecular processes involved in obesity and Type 2 diabetes pathogenesis, and their relationship with free fatty acids (different type of fatty acids: SFA, MUFA and PUFA). Recently, I did some investigations in areas based in the role of free fatty acids, fatty acid desaturases as well fatty
Margarita Kirillova

I am an ultrasound doctor and surgeon. I work in an emergency hospital in Moscow. I mainly do ultrasound for urgent surgery and perform minimally invasive surgeries under ultrasound guidance.
Valeri Solovei

my interest: nuclear electronics, fast and low noise preamplifier and amplifier, fast digitaizer, DAQ for science research, Antarctida and diving and hunding
Sergey Pinaev

Candidate of Medicine, Oncologist, Docent, Far Eastern State Medical University, Khabarovsk, Russia. Research interests - oncology, pediatric oncology, epidemiology of cancer in children, ecology. SPIN 3986-4244 ORCID 0000-0003-0774-2376 ResearcherID J-5942-2018 Scopus Author ID: 56291097200
Radu Vasilache

Physicist with an expertise in radiation detection and dosimetry. Involved in projects related to dose measurements in short pulses of proton beams, environmental and personnel dosimetry, medical dosimetry. Web of Science ResearcherID: E-2241-2015 ResearchGate profile:
Ganna Grygorova

In my group we deal with synthesis and characterization of biologically active RE-based nanoparticles able to penetrate and selectively interact with different intra-cellular structures. These nanoparticles can be used both as passive carriers for drug molecules and as active participants in biological processes. Processes of nanoparticle-biomolecules interaction are investigated using wide range of spectroscopic techniques. My research also connected with development of nanoparticles for photodynamic therapy able to destroy cancer cells under X-ray and IR laser excitation and investigation of their spectroscopic and biological properties.
Vijay K. Singh

Dr. Vijay K. Singh is a tenured Professor at F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine, Uniformed Services University, and a Principal Investigator at Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute, Bethesda, USA. He is a well-recognized scientist in the area of Radiation Biology. His research interests have focused on the development of radiation countermeasures for acute radiation syndrome, identification of biomarkers for radiation injury and countermeasure efficacy, and understanding the mechanism of action of countermeasures. He has published 160 peer reviewed research articles in reputed journals and 18 book chapters. He is well-funded by various US funding agencies.
Andriy Kovalskiy

Professor of Physics at Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN, USA. Current research interests include: atomic and electronic structure of non-oxide glasses and amorphous thin films (EXAFS, XANES, XPS, Raman, positron annihilation); structural dynamics in glasses; interaction of light and ionizing radiation with amorphous solids; surface science in application to solid state disordered media; gray scale photolithography and electron-beam nanostructuring on glasses; amorphous optical IR materials for micro- and nanophotonics.
Maria Mitkova

Professor of Electrical Engineering at Boise State University. Her research interests are in the field of amorphous semiconductors, their characterization and application as optical and electronic memory media and sensors in radiation environment. She has specialized in a number of Ag-containing chalcogenide systems and their application in ionic nonvolatile memory devices, optical displays, and radiation and temperature sensors. She holds seven US patents; she is co-author of three books, and over 150 scientific papers in journals and conference proceedings.
Ivan Knežević

PhD in electrical engineering. Currently Head of Radiation Examination and Environmental Protection Department and Radiation Safety Officer in the Public Company "Nuclear Facilities of Serbia". Fields of interest and research: radiation safety, radiation protection, environmental monitoring, nuclear non-proliferation, international nuclear security. Winner of the European Commission Nuclear Safety Merit Award for 2019.
Elisaveta Petrova

I work as a specialist in lung and pulmonary occupational diseases. Many years I have research in the field of pulmonary dust diseases, such as silicosis, asbestosis, mixed pneumoconiosis, metal pneumoconioses etc. The focus of my research is on the etiology, pathogenesis, development, diagnosis, specific imaging diagnostics and treatment of dust diseases. I work for a long period as a professor on Occupational Diseases at the Medical University of Sofia, and for the past 3 years I am professor at the Faculty of Medicine at Sofia University, Sofia. I am a member of the ERS.
Alexander Shemyakov

I’m Researcher of Institute of Theoretical an Experimental Biophysics RAS and medical Physicist in "Protom" Ltd. Interests in: proton therapy, dosimetry, new techniques for proton therapy, radiobiology, effects of protons in different doses on normal and canser cells and animals.
Evgenii Strugovshchikov

He is a third year PhD student of University of Tartu. E. Strugovshchikov is working on computational and theoretical modelling of condensed phases of rare-earth metal oxyhydrides with a focus on the manipulation of composition and local environment to control structure and properties at the atomic scale. His research interests include fundamental aspects of mixed-anion chemistry in solid media. E. Strugovshchikov holds a master’s degree in Materials Science from National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, Moscow.
Jadranka Dragovic

Dr. Dragovic is the Medical Director of Edith McNaughton Ford Center for Radiation Oncology at the Cottage Campus of the Henry Ford Health System (HFHS). She has been a Senior Staff Physician at HFHS since August 1985. Her interests and areas of expertise have varied over the three and a half decades and included management of head & neck cancer, lymphomas, soft tissue sarcomas, breast, prostate and gastrointestinal cancers, with research interests in alternate fractionation radiation schedules, radio-sensitizers, hyperthermia, and more recently, MR-guided radiation therapy using the ViewRay technology. She is involved in multidisciplinary management of cancer patients and has been active in a number of MultidisciplinaryTumor Boards. She is a member of a number of professional associations (AMA, ASTRO, MSTRO, ASCO, ACRO, ESTRO, ACR, ARS) and is involved in clinical research as a member of the Southwest Oncology Group and RTOG. She serves yearly as the reviewer of sarcoma and skin cance
Elena Lapshina

Ph.D. in Chemistry, Senior Research Scientist, Laboratory of Radioisotope Complex, Institute for Nuclear Research of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia. Main research interests are focused on the chemical separation of radionuclides for nuclear medicine.

Hi! I’m 38 years old, married. Main fields of research are the following: radiation behavior of semiconductor devices and integrated circuits; radiation effects (TID, SEU, DD, etc.) in electronic components and devices.
Volodymyr Timaniuk

Professor Timanyuk Vladimir graduated in 1971 from the Faculty of Radiophysics, Kharkov State University. From 1991 worked at National University of Pharmacy head of physics depart-ment. At the same time held a position of the dean of the Faculty of industrial Pharmacy. At 1995 has get the degree of Professor, and currently now working as Professor of BioPhysics at National University of Pharmacy. His main interests are studies of a low-temperature glow discharge plasma in inert gases and metal vapors with various types of hollow cathodes. He also has a number of scientific studies in the field of interaction of electromagnetic radiation with matter and biological objects. He is the author of about 120 scientific and educational works, among them 1 monograph, 10 patents, 4 textbooks, 30 study guides. Prepared 4 candidates of sciences.
Harmen Bijwaard

Prof. of Medical Technology at Inholland University of Applied Sciences in Haarlem, the Netherlands, and senior research fellow at the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment in Bilthoven, the Netherlands. Main research interest: medical radiation applications

Project expert at Research and Application Center for Space and Accelerator Technologies (IVME-R), Middle East Technical University (METU). Nuclear Engineer. He has Master’s Degree in Medical Physics. Main research field is radiation transport calculations with Monte Carlo Method.
Alexander Latanov

I am head of Dept. of Neurobiology at Moscow State University. I worked with Prof. B. Fischer on role of attentional mechanisms modulating amplitude and temporal features of saccadic eye movements in monkeys at University of Freiburg (Germany) in early 1990th. Then I studied eye movement impairments in hemiparkinsonian MPTP-treated monkeys at MSU. Now my group investigates the influence of ionizing radiation on eye and hand movement impairments during visuomotor task performance in monkeys.
Anne Heller

I am a (radio-) chemist and currently research assistant at the Technical University of Dresden, Faculty of Biology, Institute of Zoology, Professorship of Cell Physiology and Endocrinology (Germany). Main interest of my work are the interactions of rare earth elements/lanthanides and radioactive actinides with mammalian cells to allow for more reliable risk assessment in the event of accidental incorporation. To address this problem, various cell biological techniques (cell viability, cytotoxicity, apoptosis, and proliferation assays, immunocytochemical staining followed by fluorescence microscopy) and chemical/analytical techniques (ICP-MS, spectroscopy, especially TRLFS and LWCC-UV/vis) are used.
Nikolay Kokodii

Nikolay Grygoryevich Kokodii is doctor of physics and mathematics. Karazin Kharkiv National University, dept. of Quantum Radio-Physics, National University of Pharmacy, dept. of Biophysics and Information Technology. Area of scientific interests is action of laser and microwave radiation on matter, solution of direct and inverse problems of optics and heat transfer, using the results for measuring of electromagnetic radiation and characteristics of targets.
Ruslan Zlatnik

I’m a head of X-ray examination department Sytenko Spine and Joint Pathology Institute. The main my science interest is visualization of Sacroiliac joint dysfunction and coccyx disorders.
Georgiana Giubega

I am a junior scientist working for 6 years in the CETAL-PW lab from the National Institute for Lasers, Plasma and Radiation Physics, Romania, where we have a PW-class Ti:Sa laser system. My research activity is focused on the interaction of ultra-short high-intensity laser with matter and its applications: plasma physics and diagnostics, production of sources of energetic particles and radiation and their applications in different fields. During Bachelor and Master period and PhD thesis I conducted nuclear physics studies, on topics related to the medical and energy applications (fission) of nuclear physics. Recently, I am interested in the topic of VHEE use in radiotherapy.
Nikolay Bezhin

The scientific direction is devoted to the study of the physical and chemical foundations of the sorption concentration of radionuclides to solve the problems of oceanology and radioecology
Kseniya Stavitskaya

PhD student, National research Tomsk Polytechnic University. Research area: learning processes radon transport through soils, processes of transport of pollutants in the atmospheric boundary layer.
Slavica Porobić

Research Associate at Institute of Nuclear Science "Vinča", Belgrade, Serbia. Areas of scientific research: organic dyes, polymer chemistry, thermal properties, radiation detectors, environmental chemistry.
Emre Uygur

I am Emre Uygur. I have a PhD. degree from Ege University Institute of Nuclear Sciences about Nuclear Applications. I am also headmaster in a public secondary school. My research interests are nuclear science, STEM education, and nuclear education.
Milos Nenadovic

Miloš Nenadović, was born 22.01.1982. in Belgrade, Serbia. Research fields and areas of scientific work are: physics and chemistry of surfaces, thin films, ion irradiation of materials, materials science, inorganic geopolymers and raw materials. Education: Primary and high school finished in Belgrade, Serbia. 2007- MSc on Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia. The title of his diploma work was: “Synthesis and characterization of nanopowders based on CeO2”.2015 - PhD on Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia. The title of doctoral thesis: “Morphological and structural properties of silver and gold nanoparticles obtained by ion implantation in high density polyethylene”, with average grade 9,66. History of employment: 2006 - Diploma work in the Laboratory for Material Science, Institute of Nuclear Sciences "Vinca" 2007 - Research Trainees– Laboratory for Atomic Physics, Institute of Nuclear Sciences "Vinca"