Presentation on theme: "Radiation Instrumentation Technical Committee Edward J. Lampo 7 July 2012."— Presentation transcript:
Radiation Instrumentation Technical Committee Edward J. Lampo 7 July 2012
RISC Election There are eight candidates for RISC ( ) –Lorenzo Fabris, Oakridge National Lab –Michael Fiederle, Freiburg University –Michael Hynes, Ratheon –Paul Lecoq, CERN –Masahara Nomachi, Osaka University –Craig Woody, Brookhaven National Lab –Jaehoon Yu, University of Texas at Arlington –Ren-Yuan Zhu, California Institute of Technology
NPSS Awards to be made at NSS/MIC Patrick LeDu –Richard Shea Distinguished Member Award 1 st Lt. James Bevins –Graduate Scholarship Award
NSS Awards –Radiation Instrumentation Outstanding Achievement Award –Early Career Award Nominations closed June 30 for these awards. There are several well qualified nominees. Awards will be presented at 2012 NSS.
2011 NSS: Valencia, Spain David Townsend, General Chair Paul Lecoq, NSS Program Chair Faustino Gomez, NSS Program Deputy Chair NSS/MIC/RTSD: 2025 Attendees (51% Europe, 28% USA, 16% Asia, 5% other) Total Submissions:1818 NSS Submissions: 836 (46% of Total Submitted) NSS Presented: 777 (93% of NSS Submitted)
2012 NSS: Anaheim, USA Tom Lewellen, General Chair Maxim Titov, NSS Program Chair Ingrid-Maria Gregor, NSS Program Deputy Chair Total Submissions:1805% of Total USA Submissions: % NSS Submissions: %
Future NSS & later Seoul, Korea: Hee-Joung Kim, General Chair Gyuseong Cho, NSS Program Chair Seattle, USA: Tony Lavietes, General Chair Ingrid-Maria Gregor, NSS Program Chair 2015: short list of three locations (tbd Sept 2012) Strasbourg, France: Maxim Titov, General Chair
SORMA West 448 abstracts submitted, 378 accepted, 11 Exhibitors 557 total registrants (424 R1-7, 53 R8, 22 R9, 58 R10) $381,079 Total Receipts (preliminary) $357,715 Total Outlays (preliminary) $23,364 Surplus (preliminary) They "went green", and among other things, did not hand out ANY paper programs. Some attendees liked this, some didn't.