The NSREC technical program will consist of contributed oral, poster papers, a data workshop, and invited talks. The oral presentations will be 12 minutes in duration with an additional 3 minutes for questions. The technical sessions are:
Basic Mechanisms of Radiation Effects
Radiation Effects in Devices and Integrated Circuits
Single Event Effects: Devices and Integrated Circuits
Space and Terrestrial Environments
Hardening By Design
Single Event Effects: Mechanisms and Modeling
Single Event Effects: Transient Characterization
Photonic Devices and Integrated Circuits
Those papers that can be presented more effectively in a visual format with group discussion will be displayed in the Poster Session.
Radiation Effects Data Workshop
The Radiation Effects Data Workshop is a forum for papers on radiation effects data on electronic devices and systems. Workshop papers are intended to provide radiation response data to scientists and engineers who use electronic devices in a radiation environment, and for designers of radiation-hardened systems. Papers describing new simulation or radiation facilities are also welcomed. The procedure for submitting a summary to the Workshop is identical to the procedure for submitting NSREC summaries. Radiation Effects Data Workshop papers will be published in a Workshop Record and are not candidates for publication in the Conference issue of the IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science.