ICRP Symposium on Radiological Protection Dosimetry

Historical Review and Current Activities

The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Thursday, February 18, 2016


Opening Address

Structure and Mission of the International Commission on Radiological Protection
John Harrison, ICRP C2 Chair

Session 1 Introduction

Chair: Akira Endo, ICRP C2

Overview of the ICRP System of Internal and External Dosimetry
Wesley Bolch, ICRP C2

Session 2 Models and Data Used for the Calculation of Dose Coefficients

Chair: Nolan Hertel, ICRP TG90

Computational Phantoms of the Reference Adults: Stylized and Voxel
Maria Zankl, ICRP TG96

Polygon Mesh Conversion of the ICRP Reference Phantoms
Chan Hyeong Kim, ICRP C2

Methods of Dose Assessment to the Skeletal Tissues
Derek Jokisch, ICRP TG96

Computational Phantoms of Children and Pregnant Females
Choonsik Lee, ICRP TG96

Biokinetic Models and Dose Coefficients for Internal Exposures
John Harrison, ICRP C2 Chair

Session 3 Dose Coefficients Using ICRP Reference Models and Data

Chair: Kimiaki Saito, ICRP TG90

Reference Dose Coefficients for Occupational External Exposure
Nina Petoussi-Henss, ICRP C2

Reference Dose Coefficients for Environmental Exposure
Helmut Schlattl, ICRP TG90

Session 4 Application of Effective Dose and Radiation Monitoring Practice

Chair: Kwang Pyo Kim, ICRP TG96

Effective Dose and Risk Assessment
John Harrison, ICRP C2 Chair

Revisions to ICRU Operational Quantities
Nolan Hertel, ICRU Report Committee 26 Co-chair

Session 5 Research Needed for the ICRP System of Radiological Protection Dosimetry

Chair: Wesley Bolch, ICRP C2

Issues on the Radiation Weighting Factor
Tatsuhiko Sato, Japan Atomic Energy Agency

Dose Assessment of Workers and the Public: Lessons Learned from Fukushima
Osamu Kurihara, National Institute of Radiological Sciences

General Discussion: Research Needs in Radiological Protection

Concluding Remarks

John Harrison, ICRP C2 Chair