Co-operative projects

Projects coordinated by ISS:

  • PASSOS: Personalised assessment of late health risks after exposure to ionising radiation and guidance for radiation applications in medicine.
    funded by BMBF: 2.8 M€
    Run-time: 2012-2016
    Coordination: Dr. Markus Eidemüller
  • HARMONE: Harmonising Modelling Strategies of European Decision Support Systems for Nuclear Emergencies.
    funded by EU (OPERRA): 0.17 M€
    Run-time: 2015-2017
    Coordination: Dr. Christian Kaiser
  • TransAqua: Transfer of radionuclides in aquatic ecosystems.
    funded by BMBF (KVSF): 1.58 M€
    Run-time: 2013-2017
    Coordination: Dr. Jochen Tschiersch
  • EpiRadBio: Combining epidemiology and radiobiology to assess cancer risks in the breast, lung, thyroid and digestive tract after exposures to ionizing radiation with cumulated doses in the order of 100 mSv or below.
    funded by EU: 9.5 M€
    Run-time:  2011-2015
    Coordination: Dr. Peter Jacob
  • Radiation and Environment II: Radionuclides in the Environment, their Transport in Food Chains to Humans.
    funded by BMBF (KVSF)
    Run-time: 2010-2014
    Coordination: Dr. Jochen Tschiersch

Projects with participation of the ISS:

  • EJP CONCERT: A European Strategy for Radiation Protection Research
    funded by EU: 27.5 M€
    Run-time: 2015-2020
  • OPERRA: Open Project for European Radiation Research Area.
    funded by EU: 9.5 M€
    Run-time: 2013-2017
  • VAO: Virtuelles Alpenobservatorium.
    funded by Bay. StMUG: 0.27 M€
    Run-time: 2014-2017
    Coordination: Environmental Research Station Schneefernerhaus

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