SPONSORSHIP & EXHIBITS
Sponsorship > Sponsorship Opportunities
Sponsor & Exhibit at ICRP 2023
Why Participate in ICRP 2023?
Who Attends ICRP?
ICRP 2021+1 will focus on areas that need the most attention in the coming years, with a strong emphasis on innovation in developing radiological protection for the next generation.
The detailed programme is not yet finalised, but topics being considered include:
- Emerging technologies in medicine
- Small modular reactors
- Veterinary medicine
- Human spaceflight
- Emergency response and recovery
- Protection of the environment
- Engaging stakeholders
- Learning from incidents, accidents, and the pandemic
- Basic principles of radiological protection, including ethical and scientific basis
- Societal and economic factors in optimisation of protection
- Dosimetry for protection of humans and the environment
- Effects in non-human biota
- Low-dose effects, detriment, and individual response to radiation
About Your Hosts:
The International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP)
The International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) was established in 1928 at the second International Congress of Radiology to respond to growing concerns about the effects of ionizing radiation being observed in the medical community. At the time it was called the International X-ray and Radium Protection Committee (IXRPC) but was restructured to better take account of uses of radiation outside the medical area and given its present name in 1950.
National Institute for Quantum Science and Technology (QST)
The National Institute for Quantum Science and Technology (QST) was established in April 2016 to promote quantum science and technology in a comprehensive and integrated manner. The new organization was formed from the merger of the National Institute of Radiological Sciences (NIRS) with certain operations that were previously undertaken by the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA).
Attendance at Past ICRP Conferences
Past ICRP Conference Statistics
With over 500 attendees expected, ICRP 2021+1 is an excellent opportunity to interact with a diverse group of academics, scientists, researchers, government officials, and industry professionals working in the field of Radiological Protection from all over the world.
Increase your brand’s strength and your organisation’s exposure to national and international markets by supporting the Symposium!