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Cores symposium on non-ionizing radiation research and safety

Cores symposium on non-ionizing radiation research and safety

20-21 November 2018, Kuopio, Finland

Cores Symposium on non-ionizing radiation (NIR) research and safety took place 20-21 November 2018 at the University of Eastern Finland in Kuopio. The aim of the symposium was to review the state-of-the-art of research on non-ionising radiation safety and to celebrate and honor the outstanding career of Prof. Jukka Juutilainen who has been pioneering this research line in Finland.

Links to presentations given at the symposium are provided here together with a summary of the symposium and recommendations for research needed.

Summary of presentations

Research needs

The report STUK-A262 National Programme for Radiation Safety Research

The programme and the presentations
 

Tuesday 20 November, 2018  
Welcome and introduction
Sisko Salomaa, STUK
Maija-Riitta Hirvonen, University of Eastern Finland
 
Surveillance of non-ionizing radiation
Lauri Puranen, STUK
 
The health effects derived from UV radiation and sunbed use
Riikka Pastila, STUK
 
Electromagnetic field (EMF) dosimetry
Sami Kännälä, STUK
 
Health effects of intermediate frequency magnetic fields in vitro and in vivo - Results from the GERoNiMO project
Mikko Herrala, University of Eastern Finland
 
Health risks from mobile phones - what are the knowns and unknowns
Anssi Auvinen, University of Tampere
 
Epidemiological studies on health effects of ELF MFs with a novel approach for exposure assessment
Päivi Roivainen, University of Eastern Finland
 

 

Wednesday 21 November, 2018
Quantum optimal control of reactive oxygen species production
Carlos F. Martino, Florida Institute of Technology
Protective effects of non-ionizing radio frequency fields in mammalian cells damaged by mutagens
Maria Rosaria Scarfi, CNR - Institute for Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment
Genomic instability and non-ionizing radiation
Janne Naarala, University of Eastern Finland
Honorary lecture: Investigations of a doc
Jukka Juutilainen, University of Eastern Finland