Homeland SecurityOur ObjectiveIdentification of research and standards needs in the homeland security community.
Medical ApplicationsOur ObjectiveIdentification of research and standards needs in the medical community.
Environmental ProtectionOur ObjectiveIdentification of research and standards need in occupational, public, and environmental radiation protection community.
Industrial ApplicationsOur ObjectiveIdentification of research and standards needs in the radiation effects community.
Science & TechnologyOur ObjectiveDissemination of information related to identified national priorities, needs for standards and research, and other information related to ionizing radiation measurements and standards.
Registration for the 2019 CIRMS Meeting is Now Open!
CIRMS is a not-for-profit organization made up of individuals, organizations and corporations from national and international government, academic and private industry sectors having an interest in identifying strategic needs and directions for ionizing radiation measurements and standards.
CIRMS membership is composed of leaders and experts from the areas of medical radiation, occupational and environmental radiation protection, homeland security and materials effects/industrial processes based on radiation who have an interest in and wish to influence the direction of measurement programs, technologies and standards.
Toward these ends, we gather, evaluate and disseminate information about measurement needs facing the four application disciplines with the aim to facilitate funding and the ultimate satisfaction of those needs.
Each of these endeavors is enhanced by the publication of the Needs Report.
The 2018 Dynamic Needs Report is now available online here.
The last one was published in 2011 as the "Fifth Report on Needs in Ionizing Radiation Measurements and Standards".
New 2018/2019 President
CIRMS is pleased to announce our new president:
Dr. Regina Fulkerson
Dr. Regina Fulkerson takes over the helm from the outgoing president Dr. Zhichao Lin.
Winners of the 2019
Junior Investigator Award Program
Thank you all for your submissions!
We are happy to announce the top four essays getting the Junior Investigator Award of $500 each:
- Emily KING – University of Wisconsin, Medical Radiation Research Center, USA
- Irwin TENDLER – Dartmouth College, Thayer School of Engineering, USA
- Xiaoya (Judy) WANG – McGill University, Medical Physics, Canada
- Alexandra BOURGOUIN, Carleton University, Medical Physics, Canada
Congratulations! We are hoping to see you all at the meeting.
We encourage all others to come to the meeting as well and present your research at our poster sessions on Monday and Tuesday.