Contact Points of the EANNORM network are individuals with proven experience in specific fields as shown in the list below. They may be contacted by email.
|Name||First name||Affiliation||Position||Country||Place||Professional Experience|
|Ahrens||Christian||Nuclear Control & Consulting GmbH||Branch Manageremail@example.com||Germany||Braunschweig / Berlin||MSc. Environmental Scientist. Geochemical background with focus on mercury-contaminated legacy sites. Since 2015 in the field of NORM with focus on exposure estimation and dose assessment for workplaces, residue characterization, waste management, characterization and remediation of legacy sites. NORM in industries e.g. residue management. Technology development. Secretary of the European NORM Association (ENA).|
|Auxtova||Ludmila||Regional Public Health Authority||Department Radiation Protection, Section Headfirstname.lastname@example.org||Slovakia||Banská Bystrica||Nuclear physicist, specialization dosimetry and applications of ionizing radiation, working experience 24 years in different fields of radiation protection
– inspection activities (medical facilities; industrial facilities)
|Biermans||Geert||Federal Agency for Nuclear Control (FANC)||Expert natural radioactivity||Geert.email@example.com||Belgium||Brussels||Expert on natural radioactivity (NORM, contaminated sites and cosmic radiation) at the Federal Agency for Nuclear Control (FANC – Belgian radiation protection authority).
Expertise on environmental radioactivity and exposure of non-human biota.
|Bolivar||Juan Pedro||University of Huelva, Department of Applied Physics||Vicerrector
Director of the Research Group Radiation Physics and Environment
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Spain||Huelva||Developping of radiometric methods to measure low levels of natural radionuclides in the environment.
Evaluation of radioactive environmental impact of NORM industries.
Evaluation of the radiological occupational exposiures of NORM industries.
Meteorology and atmospheric pollution (ozone and its precursors).
Application of natural radionuclides as markers of environmental processes.
|Carvalho||Fernando P.||Laboratório de Protecção e Segurança Radiológica
Instituto Superior Técnico/Campus Tecnológico Nuclear. Universidade de Lisboa
Estrada Nacional 10, km 139,7
2695-066 Bobadela LRS
|Principal Investigatoremail@example.com||Portugal||Sacavém||Research on alpha emitting radionuclides in the environment and at the worplace. Analysis by alpha and gamma spectrometry.
On going work on Norms (phosphate) and mining industry, including uranium industry.
Examples of publications:
F. P. Carvalho, João M. Oliveira (2008). Bioassay of 210Po in human urine and internal contamination of man. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry 280: 363-366.
F. P. Carvalho, J. M. Oliveira (2008). Radioactivity in soils and horticulture products near uranium mining sites. In: Uranium Mining and Hydrogeology, Broder J. Merkel and A. Hasche-Berger (Ed.), pp 381-387. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
F.P. Carvalho, 1995. 210Po and 210Pb intake by the Portuguese population: the contribution of seafood in the dietary intake of 210Po and 210Pb. Health Physics 69(4): 469-480.
|Chavasse||Roland||Tantalum-Niobium International Study Center (T.I.C.)||Director||Director@tanb.org||Belgium||Lasne||Roland Chavasse is Director to the T.I.C. and has experience of working on NORM transport issues concerning tantalum and niobium raw materials.|
|Clouvas||Alexandros||Aristotelion Universitiy Thessaloniki
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Nuclear Technology Laboratory
|Professor of Nuclear Technology
Occupational activity: Teaching and Research
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Greece||Thessaloniki||Since 2002 working as Professor at the Nuclear Technology Laboratory, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Administrative positions as: Greek delegate in the EURATOM fission commission FP7, Member of the Environment Council of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Member of the Greek Emergency plan for radioactive contamination, Member of WG3 of EURADOS as expert in in situ gamma spectroscopy, Member of IAEA ALMERA (Analytical Laboratories Monitoring Environmental Radioactivity) network
Current research interest: Radiation metrology (in situ gamma spectrometry, detector simulation); Environmental radioactivity (gamma radiation, cosmic radiation, indoor radon, radon in thermal spas); Ion induced particle emission (electrons, ions, molecular ions) from solid surfaces under fast ion bombardment
|Delos||Anne||ARCADIS||Radioactivity expert, BL email@example.com||France||Lyon||Dr. Ing. Anne Delos is in charge of environmental nuclear activities. She is an Engineer in Geology (ENSG, France, 2000) and she has a PhD from the Politechnical University of Catalonia, UPC, 2007. Her PhD dealt with the colloidal transport of radionuclides in groundwaters. Her main areas of expertise are diagnostic of soils and groundwater impacted by radioactive and chemical materials, mixed pollution management (from characterization to management) and NORM waste characterization and management. She is specialised in Environmental risk assessment, and Nuclear and hazardous waste performance assessment. She participated in several European project within the EURATOM program. She worked for nuclear field actors (such as AREVA, EDF, CEA, ANDRA) and for NORM industries (TiO2, phosphogypsum, phosphate industries, rare earth elements, Oil and Gas). Among the presentations in international conferences, she participated as invited speaker on NORM issues in O&G industries to the national conference of AIRP (2015, Matera, Italy). Since 2016, she participates as a French delegate to the IAEA NORM project.|
|Döring||Joachim||Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz||Fachgebietsleiter / Head Coordinating Office for ENORMfirstname.lastname@example.org||Germany||Berlin||Natural radioactivity, measuring methods for alpha-, beta-, gamma-radiations, dosimetry, gamma-spectrometry, estimate of activity concentrations in industrial residues with enhanced natural radioactivity, e.g. from gas- and oil-industry, estimate of exposure to workers at working places and to individuals of the public|
|Ernst-Elz||Andreas||Ministerium für Justiz, Gleichstellung und Integration des Landes Schleswig-Holstein, Referat Strahlenschutz||deputy of head of division||andreas.ernst-elz@JUMI.landSH.de||Germany||Kiel||Administration:
– competent authority for: monitoring of environmental radiation, licensing the handling of radioactive substances and government surveillance, government surveillance of use of X-rays, measures along with illicit use of radioactive substances
Profession: physicist, lecturer in radiation protection courses, radiation protection commissioner
|Fenton||David||Environmental Protection Agency||Manager, Radon and Radiation Measurement Servicesemail@example.com||Ireland||The Environmental Protection Agency provides advice and information to the public and Irish government on the protection against the hazards from cosmic radiation, naturally occurring radioactive materials and radon gas in homes and workplaces.|
|Garcia-Tenorio||Rafael||University of Seville, Department of Applied Physics, II E.T.S Arquitectura||Research Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Spain||Seville||Occupational and public radiological assesments associated to several NORM industries (Phosphoric acid production factories by the wet acid method; titanium dioxide plant, gas production facilities).
Research regarding decomissioning of NORM facilities and the remediation of NORM contaminated lands.
|Gehrcke||Klaus||Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz||Head of Division „Monitoring of Environmental Radioactivity“||email@example.com||Germany||Berlin||Environmental monitoring, radiological evaluation of NORM and radioactive legacies, Dose assessments, radiation protection legislation (with the focus on natural radioactivity)|
|Gellermann||Rainer||Nuclear Control & Consulting GmbH||Department Manager||Rainer.firstname.lastname@example.org||Germany||Braunschweig||Physicist; Research in application of decay series radionuclides in geo- and environmental sciences from 1977 to 1990. Since 1990 work in environmental consulting with a focus on naturally occurring radionuclides.
Special experience with
|Halldórsson Holm||Óskar||Icelandic Radiation Safety Authority||Specialistemail@example.com||Iceland||Reykjavík||BSc, Physics, 1999, University of Iceland
MSc, Astrophysics, 2001, University of Iceland
PhD, Cosmological Physics, 2010 (pending), University of California, Davis2000-2001: Radiation Physicist at the Landspitalinn University Hospital, Reykjavík, Iceland
2009-present: Specialist, IRSA
|Hefner||Alfred||AUSTRIAN RESEARCH CENTERS GmbH – ARC, Radiation Safety and Applications, Fachbereich Gutachten||Headfirstname.lastname@example.org||Austria||Seibersdorf||Studies: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Philosophy, Law
University-Lecturer in Radiation Protection
Since 1969 employed: Austrian Research Centers GmbH, former Forschungszentrum Seibersdorf, former Österreichische Studiengesellschaft für Atomenergie.
Over 140 scientific articles
Member of the board of the Austrian Radiation Protection Association (former President)
Member of the German Swiss Fachverband für Strahlenschutz
Adviser to the Austrian Government
Scientific member, rapporteur and chairman of many Conferences (especially IRPA Conferences since 1973)
|Hilton||Julian||Aleff Group||Chairmanemail@example.com||United Kingdom||London||Currently working on NORM issues in the phosphate sector, concerning both fertilisers and phosphogypsum. In this context, acting as Co-Principal Investigator on Stack Free by ’53? Safe, Beneficial Uses of phosphogypsum, working closely with IAEA to create an international phosphate industry group, and developing on-line support resources and knowledge-base.|
|Jobbágy||Viktor||Social Organization for Radio Ecological Cleanlinessfirstname.lastname@example.org||Hungary||Veszprém||– Alpha-particle spectrometry and gamma ray spectrometry
– Radiological characterization of NORMs and building materials
– Radon emanation/exhalation measurements of NORMs
– Waste management and usability alternatives of NORMs
– Development of radioanalytical methods for solid and liquid samples
|Juhász||László||National Research Institute for Radiobiology and Radiohygiene||Senior email@example.com||Hungary||Budapest||– performing measurements for radiation levels
– improvement of environmental monitoring
– developing codes and calculations for radiation protection
– radwaste (L/I/HLW) management
– remediation of uranium mining / milling and contaminated area
– evaluation of TENORM situation
|Knudson||David||Tantalum-Niobium International Study Center (T.I.C.)||Technical Officerfirstname.lastname@example.org||U.S.A.||Nevada||David Knudson is Technical Officer to the T.I.C. and is the focal point for matters relating to transporting NORM tantalum and niobium raw materials.|
|Kostov||Latchesar||Nuclear Regulatory Agency||Deputy Chairman||L.Kostov@bnra.bg||Bulgaria||Sofia|
|Koufakis||Markos||Swedish Radiation Safety Authority,
Department of Radioactive Materials
|Analyst, Control and Protectionemail@example.com||Sweden||Stockholm||– Radio physicist, qualified medical physicist, analyst in NORM issues.
– Extensive experience i.a. in personal dosimetry issues (external and internal dose assessments), qualified shielding calculations, in situ gamma spectrometry, radiation protection training courses for workers at scrap metal recycling industry.
|Kovács||Tibor||University of Pannonia||Head of the Institute of Radiochemistry and Radioecologyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Hungary||Veszprém||– Radioanalytical measurements of NORM/TENORM samples with alpha-particle spectrometry and gamma ray spectrometry
– Field measurements around NORM disposal
– Radon/Thoron emanation and exhalation measurements
– Development of radon/thoron measurement methods
– Development of a contaminant dispersion modelling software
– Waste management and usability alternatives of NORMs
– Co-ordinator of international collaborations and projects
|Kunze||Christian||IAF-Radioökologie GmbH||Managing Directoremail@example.com||Germany||Radeberg||Diploma and PhD in Physics, MBA (Birmingham)
Active in fields related to radiation protection since 1995, particularly in the field of Uranium mining and milling (closure, rehabilitation). Responsible for development of WISUTEC’s NORM/TENORM practice since 2002. Experience in numerous German and international projects in the field of NORM/TENORM, assessment, characterisation, handling, recycling and disposal.
|Ladygiene||Rima||Radiation Protection Centre||Head of Division of Radiological Investigationsfirstname.lastname@example.org||Lithuania||Vilnius||Research activities: environmental radioactivity, dose calculations, radiation protection publications: (with coauthors) more than 20|
|Martin-Matarranz||Jose Luis||Consejo Seguridad Nuclear Spain||Technical Adviser in Radiological Protectionemail@example.com||Spain||Madrid||Member of the Nuclear Safety Council (CSN) staff in the year 1982.
Since 1990 coordinates the programme on the protection of radon in dwellings and since 2002 the action plan launched by the CSN for the development and application of Title VII of Euratom 96/29 Directive in Spain.
|Michalik||Boguslaw||Central Mining Institute||senior firstname.lastname@example.org||Poland||Katowice||NORM in hard coal mining, NORM Environmental Risk Assessment (ERA radionuclide migration, transfer factors, dose to biota), NORM Occupational Risk Assessment, gamma spectroscopy|
|Mora||Juan-Carlos||(CIEMAT) Center for research of energy, environment and technology.||Researcheremail@example.com||Spain||Madrid||Physicist. Fiftheen years working in different national research centers, in environmental radioactivity measurements laboratories. Nowadays working in NORM doses evaluations and modelling for workers and for the public.|
|Muru||Karin||Environmental Board||Radiation Safety Department, Section Head||Karin.Muru@keskkonnaamet.ee||Estonia||Tallinn||Administration:
– Authorization and licensing process.
– Safety assessment
– Occupational exposure control
|Nikolaki||Maria||Greek Atomic Energy Commission||Scientific Personnel (Department of Environmental Radioactivity Monitoring)||firstname.lastname@example.org||Greece||Agia Paraskevi, Athens||Radiation physicist, PhD in Chemical Engineering
– inspection activities (NORM industrial facilities, scrap metal)
– environmental radiation monitoring
– gamma spectrometry measurements
– internal dosimetry
-security and illicit trafficking of radioactive material
– emergency response team
– transposition of the EU BSS
|Nuccetelli||Cristina||Istituto Superiore di Sanitá||Senior email@example.com||Italy||Rome||Experimental and computational research in environmental radioactivity both of natural and artificial origin.|
|Pepin||Stéphane||Federal Agency for Nuclear Control (FANC)||Expert natural radioactivity||Stephane.firstname.lastname@example.org||Belgium||Brussels||– Expert on natural radioactivity (NORM, contaminated sites and cosmic radiation) at the Federal Agency for Nuclear Control (FANC – Belgian radiation protection authority)
– Steering committee member of the EU NORM-symposia
|Prlic||Ivica||Institute for Medical Research and Occupational Health,Unit for Radiation Dosimetry and Radiobiology||Head of the Unit for Radiation Dosimetry and Radiobiologyemail@example.com||Republic of Croatia||Zagreb||Participant in
– projects in the field of Radiation Protection since 1985 performed at the IMROH under the Croatian Ministry of Science and Technology,
– several international projects under the IAEA.TC, Research and Model Programme till 1995,
– international projects under the EU FP 6 programme (ERICA, FUTURAE, PROTECT),
– international projects under the PHARE 2006 Programme,
– further regional and national projects during past twenty years and
– lecturing radiation protection to specialists.
Present academic status at IMROH: Professional consultant
|Probst||Thomas||Bundesverband Sekundärrohstoffe und Entsorgung e.V. (BVSE)||Senior Consultantfirstname.lastname@example.org||Germany||Bonn||Chemist, M.Sc., Ph.D., Lecturer; specialised in analytical and radioanalytical chemistry. Also responsible at the bvse for toxic and hazardous wastes.|
|Robles||Beatriz||(CIEMAT) Center for research of energy, environment and technology||Researcheremail@example.com||Spain||Madrid||Biologist. Twenty years working in CIEMAT in radiation protection and environment impact. Nowadays working in NORM doses evaluations and modelling for workers and for the public.|
|Schellenberger||Astrid||IAF-Radioökologie GmbH||Engineer, Assistant of the Managment of EAN-NORMfirstname.lastname@example.org||Germany||Radeberg||Since 1999 working in the field of Radiation Protection:
– expert for field measurements in the context of remediation and monitoring of contaminated sites (e.g. uranium mining sites)
– assistant in research projects concerning the behaviour of natural radionuclides within the environment
– performance of radiation measurements for the NORM industry including investigations on the flow of radionuclides and the disposal of the respective residues
|Schmidt||Peter||Wismut GmbH||Head of Department for Environmental Monitoring and Radiation Protectionemail@example.com||Germany||Chemnitz||– Study of nuclear physics, specialization in physic of radiation protection and health physics (interaction of ionising radiation with matter, dosimetry; cosmic dosimetry, applications in the fields dosimetry at spacecrafts and dosimetry at high energy accelerators, individual dosimetry using film/TL/SSNT detectors)
– Radiation physics in medicine, quality assurance at diagnostic X ray facilities, operation of an individual dosimetry service
– Since 1995: work as radio-ecologist at Wismut GmbH (the WISMUT Project in Germany is the biggest project of rehabilitation of uranium mining and milling sites worldwide)
– Since 2001: member of sub-committees of the German RP Commission
|Schulz||Hartmut||IAF-Radioökologie GmbH||Managing Director, Manager of EAN-NORMfirstname.lastname@example.org||Germany||Radeberg||Expert in radiation physics, working more than 20 years on the field of natural radioactivity.
Recently the major tasks are:
|Schwela||Ulric||Salus Mineralis||Directoremail@example.com||United Kingdom||Thornton||Trained in Chemistry, Sampling Theory, and as Radiation Protection Supervisor (RPS).
Key experience in sampling and analysis of NORM minerals. Working since 1997 in regulatory compliance, and since 2000 in radiation protection and transport of radioactive materials, as well as awareness raising and facilitation of transport in compliance with regulatory requirements.
Worked for a global analytical laboratory, an international industry association, individual companies transporting NORM, and as consultant for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on several projects, including CRP on NORM, and IAEA mission to Malaysia. Represent industry association as Observer on the IAEA Transport Safety Standards Committee.
Also NORM related fields of Denial of Shipment of Radioactive Materials / Transport Facilitation.
|Shaw||Peter||Public Health England
Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards
Operational Services Department
|Radiation Protection Adviser
Radioactive Waste Adviser
|Peter.Shaw@phe.gov.uk||United Kingdom||Leeds||Qualifications in Chemistry, Radiation Protection, Pollution Control, and Integrated Safety, Health and Environmental Management.
Worked for the National Radiological Protection Board from 1979, and the Health Protection Agency (Radiation Protection Division) from 2005. Has involved work in radiation metrology, external and internal dosimetry, radiochemistry, environmental modelling, emergency response, and the provision of radiation protection advice to employers in industry and other sectors, with a special interest in radiation protection in NORM industries.
A certified Radiation Protection Adviser (Qualified Expert) since 2001, and the UK representative for EAN since 2002. The nominated EAN Secretary and a member of the Newsletter Editorial Board, as well as being involved in the organisation of recent EAN workshops.
In addition, has undertaken several NORM-related international projects for EC and IAEA.
|Smith||Andrew||Risk Management Systems Ltd.||Director Risk (HSSE & SR & SD) Management Consultantfirstname.lastname@example.org||UK||Kemnay||Dr. Smith’s seminal paper „Radioactive Scale Formation“ was presented to the RSC in Manchester, UK; at the OTC in 1985 and published in JPT June 1987. During the 1980’s he developed the original Low Specific Activity Radioactive Scale [NORM] radiological standards and procedures within the UKCS. He prepared a Briefing Note on NORM submitted to the UK House of Lords enquiry on the Decommissioning of Oil & Gas Installations, 1995/6. The IAEA has acknowledged that his review made a most valuable contribution to the development of Safety Reports Series No. 34, „Radiation Protection and Management of Radioactive Waste in the Oil and Gas Industry“, 2003. An October 2008 Louisiana Court highlighted that his JPT June 1987 paper contributed to the body of scientific literature by demonstrating the first correlation between API GR units and radiological dose. Prior to this the oil & gas industry had not recognized the potential topside health concerns from radioactive scale in tubulars. He recently presented SPE 125661 on NORM: The Lessons to be Learned, New Challenges and Innovative Thinking with Decommissioning and Radioactive Waste at the 10th SPE HSE Intl Conf in Oil & Gas E&P, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, April 2010. He has been retained as an oil & gas industry litigation consultant with particular expertise on NORM and is the SPE Distinguished Lecturer on HSE (NORM) for the 2010 / 11 season.|
|Sonck||Michel||Federal Agency for Nuclear Control (FANC)||Michel.Sonck@fanc.fgov.be||Belgium||Bruxelles|
|Steffan||Ernst-Michael||Wirtschaftsverband Erdöl- und Erdgasgewinnung e. V. (WEG) / ExxonMobil Production Deutschland GmbH||Environmental & Regulatory Compliance Advisoremail@example.com||Germany||Hannover||– Industrial Hygiene Contact / Officer for Dangerous Materials / Radiation Protection Officer
– Environmental Protection Officer (Transportation Officer for Dangerous Goods, Waste Management Officer, Water protection Officer)
– Production Geology
– Reservoir Technology
|Stroude||Raphaël||Federal office of public health (FOPH)||Scientific firstname.lastname@example.org||Switzerland||Bern||Surveillance authority regarding radiological protection. Specialist in aspects of regulation, assessments and measure, worker protection, legacies and waste management or treatment regarding NORM.|
|Trevisi||Rosabianca||INAIL||Researcheremail@example.com||Italy||Monterporzio Catone (Rome)||Radon monitoring, radon dosimetry, NORM, building materials|
|Trotti||Flavio||Veneto Regional Environmental Prevention and Protection Agency (ARPA)||Responsible of physical agents (noise, ionising and non ionising radiations) regional observatory – Physicistfirstname.lastname@example.org||Italy||Verona||Coordination of physical agents control activity in regional territory. Management of environmental radioactivity reference laboratory for Veneto (both for artificial and natural radioactivity). Project leader in national survey on environmental impact of work activities involved with NORM.|
|Varskog||Per||Norse Decom AS||Managing Directoremail@example.com||Norway||Kjeller||Managing Director of Norse Decom AS (ND), a subsidiary of Institute for Energy Technology (IFE), specialising in services connected to the handling and management of NORM materials. PV has a doctorate in Environmental Chemistry and more than 20 years of experience as a researcher and project leader on environmentally oriented projects. Worked with monitoring and assessment of radioactivity for 6 years at Institute for Energy Technology (IFE). Project leader for LSA services delivered by IFE and ND in the decommissioning projects of Brent Spar, Maureen Alpha, Hutton TLP, Frigg and Ekofisk. Responsible for the development and implementation of the Norwegian LSA Scale Repository. Currently engaged as Radiation Protection Advisor in Talisman Energy Norge AS.|
|Vesterbacka||Pia||Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK)||Head of Laboratoryfirstname.lastname@example.org||Finland||Helsinki||Regulatory control of natural radiation in industry, mines, building materials and household water|
|Welbergen||Jeroen||Centrale Organisatie Voor Radioactief Afval (COVRA)||head of HSE and QAemail@example.com||Netherlands||Nieuwdorp||3 years as researcher at Delft University|
|Wiegers||Rob||IBR Consult BV||Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Netherlands||Haelen||Involved in application of the NORM regulation in the Netherlands and abroad. Member of several (inter)national NORM workgroups and committees. Advisor of (inter)national NORM industries in the field of compliance and measures to be taken regarding the handling and treatment of NORM materials and wastes.
Work on indoor radon modelling and measurement of Radon from building materials.
|Wysocka||Malgorzata||Central Mining Institute, Laboratory of Radiometry||head of the laboratory of email@example.com||Poland||Katowice||Participant and leader of different projects in field of
environmental protection, radiological protection, radon measurements techniques
|Zenatá||Ivana||State Office for Nuclear Safety||Inspector for radiation firstname.lastname@example.org||Czech Republic||Ostrava 3||– work in radiation protection since 1986
– the member of Working Party on Natural Sources established by the Group of Experts reffered to in Article of the Euratom Treaty