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European Training and Education for Medical Physics Experts in Radiology

MPE12 : Personnel dosimetry and techniques to communicate practical results to the users (tasks of the radiation protection expert, RPE)

Module 12

Registration fee: € 760

Reduced registration fee: € 400

Reduced registration fees are available upon request for the first 6 applicants of one of the following countries (with a maximum of 2 participants per country):

Albania, Belarus, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine.

The registration fee covers the costs of the course.

Due to force majeure, fees may be adjusted at the moment of registration. In that case, all applicants will be contacted individually.

Additional information is listed below:

Food & drinks (coffee breaks)

water and juice will be provided free of charge


lunch is possible in the hospital canteen (3€/person and lunch) - as an alternative you can bring your sandwiches with you, go to a bakery or order a pizza at a small pizzeria in close vicinity

Lodging of participants

there are accomodations at all prize levels availible in Braunschweig, including a youth hostel and flats; we are able to provide access to university flats at a rate of 150€-175€ for the whole on-site phase - the flats contain private restroom and shower as well as a small kitchen; breakfast is then not included


public transport is available at a rate of approx. € 2.00 per trip

Facultative visits to companies, hospitals, musea, guided tour of the city, … social events

we will offer some social events like bowling, a river course or a guided city tour that can be chosen on owes own interest; the expenses are around approx. 15€ per event (optional)

Cost for conference dinner

We intend to organize some dinner for the group on each day of the course (all optional)

Costs of books, papers, …

we will provide a highly elaborated online phase, making access to primary literature reasonabe for further information, however not necessary in most cases. The literature that we recommend for further reading is freely availible in most cases; some articles, however, are not open access. If necessary we will try to provide access to these articles for a small fee (optional)