Workshops/Conferences/Meetings

 

ESC2RAD members are giving presentations at several conferences/workshops, presenting the results from the ESC2RAD project:

 

European Geophysical Union conference (EGU2021) (19-30/04/2021 online)

Towards parameter-free nanodosimetric quantities in the impact of highly ionizing radiation, F. Da Pieve


American Physical Society (APS) March meeting (15-19/03/2021, online)

Radiation-induced effects in solar cells for future space missions: a combined Monte Carlo and ab-initio study of proton impact, electronic stopping and threshold displacement energy, F. Da Pieve

 

American Physical Society (APS) March meeting (15-19/03/2021, online)

Exploration of perovskites as next generation solar cells in space and how to increase
their structural stability, J. Teunissen


Habitable Worlds - NASA workshop (22-26/02/2021, online)

Prospects for interdisciplinary efforts in the study of space radiation-induced effects in biomolecules in planetary science, F. Da Pieve

 

Space Weather workshop, first Space Weather workshop in the frame of the 8th Annual IEEE Int. Conference on Wireless for Space and Extreme Environments (online), 12-14/10/2020,

Advancements in the Modelling of Radiation Effects on Solar Cells for Future Missions to Mars, F. Da Pieve

 

Universite Paris XII, Dept Biomécanique et Biophysique, 28/02/2020

Molecular simulations of DNA damage and repair. F. Cleri

 

TUMIEE Cost action, Warsaw February 17-18, 2020:

First-stage radiation effects in solar cells for Space applications, F. Da Pieve

 

SPRINGER Paris, 6/02/2020

Biophysical models of radiation damage for deep-space travellers F. Cleri

 

GSI Darmstadt, 17/10/2019

Molecular modelling of DNA damage and repair at the nucleosome scale. F. Cleri

 

Lille Symposium on Modelling Approaches in Cancer Therapy, 26/09/2019

Biological radiation damage at all scales: from the DNA to the cell. F. Cleri

 

31st Miller Conference on Radiation Chemistry Workington, UK September 9-14, 2019,

Solvation Effects on Dissociative Electron Attachment to Thymine, Bin Gu

 

Aoyama Gakui University, Tokyo, 28/08/2019

Multiscale modelling of DNA damage and repair at all scales. F. Cleri

 

ISS Komaba, University of Tokyo, 27/08/2019

Multiscale modelling of DNA damage and repair at all scales. F. Cleri

26th International Symposium on Ion-Atom Collisions (ISIAC), Paris, France, July 20-22, 2019

Electronic Stopping Power for Protons in Solar-Cell Materials from First-Principles Calculations, N. Koval

MEETING AT ESA-ESTEC June 26, 2019,

with P. Nieminen, D. Izzo and L. Summerer (all members of the consortium gave a seminar)

 

CP2K UK USERS' AND DEVELOPERS' MEETING, Molecular Sciences Research Hub (MSRH), Imperial College London, UK, June 14, 2019:

“The time-dependent electronic response of liquid water to energetic ionic projectiles”, B. Gu

 

MSL/RAD meeting, Kiel, Germany, June 4-5, 2019:

“Modelling radiation effects by combining Monte Carlo and (parameter-free) condensed matter approaches”, F. Da Pieve

 

Space Weather research and applications: Cosmic Rays, BIRA-IASB, Belgium, April 23, 2019:

“Radiation risks during future human exploration of Mars and challenges in the search of new shielding solutions”F. Da Pieve

 

European Geophysical Union Conference 2019, Wien, Austria, April 8-12, 2019:

“Radiation environment and Habitability on Mars at Oxia Planum and Mawrth Vallis: influence of mineralogy, atmospheric depth and Solar activity”, F. Da Pieve

 

Space Weather research and applications, Brussels, Belgium, April 2, 2019:

“Radiation risks during future human exploration of Mars and challenges in the search of new shielding solutions”, F. Da Pieve

 

We organised a Workshop: MODELLING THE BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF RADIATION: FROM EARTH STUDIES TO SPACE AND PLANETARY EXPLORATION. Lille, France, March 28, 2019. Our members contributed with talks:

“Radiation damage of biological matter from first-principles simulations”, J. Kohanoff

“Radiation damage to DNA at all scales: from the nucleotide to the chromosome”, F. Cleri

“On the search of novel materials for radiation protection during manned space missions”, E. Botek

“Radiation effects during human astrobiology-driven exploration of Mars and (some) challenges ahead”, F. Da Pieve

 

Queen’s University of Belfast, UK, February 7, 2019:

“Modelling the biological damage of human explorers on Mars and during deep Space travel”, F. Da Pieve

 

Meeting of the FRS-FNRS contact group for Astrobiology, Liege, Belgium, December, 182018):

"The search of habitable conditions on Mars from the perspective of the radiation environment: influence of mineralogy and atmospheric depth through epochs”, F. Da Pieve

 

Exomars Landing Site workshop, Leicester, UK (November 8-9, 2018). F. Da Pieve participated

 

Meeting of the COST ACTION 17126: “Towards understanding and modelling intense electronic excitations”, Madrid, Spain, November 19-202018:

“Dosimetry in irradiated water”, J. Kohanoff

“Space Radiation effects at candidate landing sites for the ExoMars 2020 ESA mission: a Monte Carlo particle transport study”, F. Da Pieve

 

European Space Weather Week, Leuven, Belgium, November, 5-9, 2018:

"Introduction to the ESC2RAD project: Enabling Smart Computations to study space RADiation effects", E. Botek

"Monitoring and Interpretation of EPT proton and electron fluxes during 5 years of data", E. Botek

"Modelling radiation shielding effects for future manned space missions", E. Botek

 

European Planetary Science Conference (EPSC2018), Berlin, Germany, September 16-21, 2018:

"Radiation environment at candidate landing sites on Mars: effects of Solar activity and of albedo neutrons for different mineralogical content" , F. Da Pieve

"Towards new potential strategies for biosignatures detection: correlating the physico-chemistry and complexity of amino acids from deep space", F. Da Pieve

 

3rd Congress of Polish Biosciences BIO2018: Through interdisciplinary approach into new solutions and 51st Meeting of the Polish Biochemical Society, Gdańsk, Poland, September 18-21, 2018:

"Can low-energy electrons produce DNA strand breaks in the physiological environment ?", J. Kohanoff

 

Solar Terrestrial Centre of Excellence one-day workshop, Royal Observatory of Brussels, Belgium, June 7, 2018: 

"Enabling Smart Calculations to study space RADiation effects", F. Da Pieve

 

 

 

Contact: BIRA-IASB, Av. Circulaire 3, Brussels, Belgium.