The NSREC technical program consists of contributed oral, poster papers, a data workshop, and invited talks. The 44 oral presentations will be 12 minutes in duration with an additional 3 minutes for questions. The technical sessions are:
Basic Mechanisms of Radiation Effects (5 Oral, 4 Posters)
Radiation Effects in Devices and Integrated Circuits (5 Oral, 8 Posters)
Single Event Effects: Devices and Integrated Circuits (4 Oral, 5 Posters)
Hardness Assurance (4 Oral, 6 Posters)
Space and Terrestrial Environments (3 Oral, 2 Posters)
Hardening By Design (4 Oral, 6 Posters)
Single Event Effects: Mechanisms and Modeling (5 Oral, 4 Posters)
Single Event Effects: Transient Characterization (4 Oral, 3 Posters)
Photonic Devices and Integrated Circuits (5 Oral, 7 Posters)
Dosimetry (5 Oral, 7 Posters)
Those papers that can be presented more effectively in a visual format with group discussion will be displayed in the Poster Session. This year's poster session currently consists of 52 poster presentations.
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. This year's data workshop session currently consists of 61 poster presentations.