Liquid Scintillation Counting (LSC) is a widely used technique for radionuclide determination in many different fields. The number of important studies developed throughout the world has yielded a significant increase in experience and the development of this technique. It is worth sharing this knowledge between the different researchers and specialists, and the International Advances in Liquid Scintillation Spectrometry Conferences is a traditional forum for this purpose.
LSC Conferences started in 1957 in Chicago (USA) organized by Northwestern University and it has continued more recently at Karlsruhe (Germany) 2001, Katowice (Poland) 2005, Davos (Switzerland) 2008 and Paris (France) 2010 with a total of 21 editions.
The conference LSC2013 in Barcelona continues this series and seeks to provide an appropriate forum for discussing the latest developments and applications.
Specialists and users of LSC are encouraged to attend and contribute with their experience. Young scientists are especially welcome.
Instrumentation, Methods and Scintillators
Radionuclide Metrology Using LSC
Calibration and Standardization
Data Evaluation and Spectrum Analysis
Applications Based on Alpha/Beta Spectrometry
Applications in Environmental Monitoring
Applications in Bioscience and Medicine
Applications in Geology and Geochronology
Natural Product Verification
LSC in Decommissioning and Nuclear Materials Studies
LSC in Neutron Detection, LSC in Drug Studies
LSC2013 Publication of Proceedings in Applied Radiation and Isotopes
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