Cuba : Nuclear medicine and management processes in the I INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGIES FOR LIFE.
The sessions of Wednesday of the I INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE "NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGIES FOR LIFE had among their topics nuclear medicine and management processes.
The morning session began with the keynote address: Importance of hybrid technologies in Oncology (PET / CT, PET / MRI): General considerations, by Prof. Dr. Juan P. Oliva, of the National Institute of Oncology and Radiobiology (INOR), Cuba, who served as coordinator of the day.
The experiences of the INOR, Institute of Cardiology and the Specialized Center of Diagnosis and Radiotherapy of the CIMEQ were presented, where the first Cuban cyclotron was recently installed.
In the morning session the session on irradiation technologies and their applications was also developed, which began with the keynote address: Irradiation technology. News and perspective of the use of irradiators at international level, by DrC. Enrique Prieto, Center for Applied Technologies and Nuclear Development (CEADEN).
The afternoon sessions were dedicated to the management of nuclear applications and began with the keynote address: The CTBTO contribution to post-accident management in Fukushima, given by Dr. Joseph Vila, of the Comprehensive Ban Treaty Organization. the Nuclear Tests, (CTBTO). Austria.
A keynote address was also presented: Knowledge management in nuclear applications: Experience in technical cooperation Ms Mnica Sbaffoni, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
The session was completed with presentations on project management, personnel training, radioactive waste management and communication.
There are still two intense days within the I TECNUC, which takes place within the framework of the International Convention on Science, Technology and Innovation.
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|Date:||Mar 16, 2018|
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