Radiation Technologies Workshop
September 21, 2016
NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX

The Radiation Technologies event was held at the NASA Johnson Space Center, on Wednesday, September 21, 2016.

This event brought together organizations needing or developing new radiation-related technologies – covering radiation detection, protection, and use of radiation for applications.  The event included presentations on the latest technology advances and unmet challenges, in a format providing an opportunity for participants to network and explore potential partnerships.

  8:00  Networking Breakfast
  8:30  Welcome
  8:45  Presentation Panel Session
10:15  Networking Break
10:30  Presentation Panel Session
12:00  Lunch
12:30  TCC Overview
12:45  Presentation Panel Session
  2:15  Networking Break
  2:30  Presentation Panel Session
  4:00  Adjourn

Presentations (click on presentation title to download presentation):

KBRWyle (TCC Member):
  Shaowen Hu: Dynamic Plotting of Radiation Dose and Health
  Ianik Plante:  Phone App Calculating Basic Radiation Properties

  Martin Leitgab: Crew Personal Active Dosimeters

NASA Johnson Space Center (TCC Member):
  Dickey Arndt: Magnetic Shielding
  Steven Koontz: Ionizing Radiation Environment on the International Space Station
  Pat O’Neill: Radiation Testing of Avionics for Low Earth Orbit Human Spacecraft
  Brandon Reddell: Certification of Electronics with Heavy Ions for Deep Space
  Robert Trevino: Advanced Exploration EVA and IVA Human Radiation Shielding – Past & Present

National Institutes of Health:
  David Cassatt:  Development of Medical Countermeasures against Radiation at NIAID
  Marriline Satyamitra: NIAID-RNCP: Biomarkers and Biodosimetry Development

Prairie View A&M:
  Brad Gersey:  Space Radiation Shielding Studies
  Premkumar Saganti:  New CMOS Radiation Detectors – Deep-Space Payloads and Particle Tracks

Technical University of Munich:
  Martin Losekamm: Real-Time Radiation Monitoring Devices

Texas A&M (TCC Member):
  Debjyoti Banerjee: Low Temperature Synthesis of Organic Nano-Coatings for Radiation Applications
  Jeff Chancellor:  Comparison of Clinical and Space Radiation Research
  Jeff Chancellor:  Wearable Dosimetry and Related Technologies
  Dan Melconian: Cyclotron Facility and Using if for Rad-Hard Testing

University of Texas Medical Branch:
  Darrell Carney: Mitigating Effects of Radiation Exposure with Thrombin Peptide TP508

University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center (TCC Member):
  David Grosshans:  Mapping the Biologic Effectiveness of Particle Beams as a Function of Dose and LET