The Radiation Technologies event will be held at the NASA Johnson Space Center, a TCC Full Member organization, scheduled for 8AM to 4PM.
This event will bring together organizations needing or developing new radiation-related technologies – covering radiation detection, protection, and use of radiation for applications. The event will include presentations on the latest technology advances and unmet challenges, in a format providing an opportunity for participants to network and explore potential partnerships.
Any organization can request to make a presentation at the event, if presentation slots are available.
Register at tcc-houston.org or by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. All event participants are required to register prior to the event. Details on the event agenda and location will be provided to registered attendees, within a week of the event.
Event tickets are $25 for TCC members, and $50 for non-members. Registration and payment is online through the TCC’s website. Member discounted tickets are available up until noon, September 16; members will be charged $50 per ticket after that.
KBRWyle (TCC Member):
Dynamic plotting of radiation dose and health
Phone app calculating basic radiation properties
Crew personal active dosimeters
NASA Johnson Space Center (TCC Member):
Advanced exploration EVA and IVA human radiation shielding
Certification of electronics with heavy ions for deep space
Ionizing radiation environment on the International Space Station
Radiation testing of avionics for low earth orbit human spacecraft
National Institutes of Health:
Development of medical countermeasures against radiation at NIAID
NIAID-RNCP: Biomarkers and biodosimetry development
Prairie View A&M:
New CMOS radiation detectors: recent deep-space payload & particle tracks
Space radiation shielding studies at Prairie View A&M
Technical University of Munich:
Real-time radiation monitoring devices with omnidirectional detection
capability and good angular/spectral resolution
Texas A&M (TCC Member):
Comparison of clinical and space radiation research
Cyclotron facility and using it for rad-hard testing
Low temperature synthesis of organic nano-coatings for radiation
Wearable dosimetry and related technologies
University of Texas Medical Branch/Chrysalis Biotherapeutics:
Mitigating effects of radiation exposure with thrombin peptide TP508
University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center (TCC Member):
Mapping the biologic effectiveness of particle beams
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