The Miller Conference on Radiation Chemistry is organised every second year and was supposed to have been held in 2021. Due to the pandemic, the conference is postponed until 2023. As this has been the fate of several international conferences in the field, the chances for early career scientists to present their work and to establish valuable connections have been very scarce. For this reason, the Miller Trust for Radiation Chemistry has decided to host an online workshop on radiation chemistry.

Scope of this Online Workshop

The Miller Online Workshop on Radiation Chemistry has a particular focus on giving early career scientists the chance to present their work orally in short presentations. Several senior scientists from different fields of radiation chemistry will be invited to give longer highlight talks. However, the majority of the talks will be given by early career scientists. Everyone (senior scientists as well as early career scientists) is also encouraged to present a poster. The scope will include all fields of fundamental and applied radiation chemistry.

Senior scientists will play an important role in the workshop, by providing valuable contributions to discussions and important feedback to the early career scientists, and we therefore strongly encourage their participation.

For the purposes of this workshop, we are defining "early career scientists" as those who have not yet obtained their PhD, or who received their PhD within the last 7 years (which can be extended to account for career breaks).


In an effort to accommodate as many people throughout the world as possible at the same time, the workshop will run for three consecutive days, each day beginning at 12:00 CET and running for either 4 hrs or 4 hrs 40 mins.

Due to the short amount of time available each day, the early career scientist talks will be limited to 15 min + 5 min questions. We will also hold a series of 5 minute flash presentations at the end of the sessions on the first two days.

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The Book of Abstracts is now available from here (after logging into the website).

Final programme has now been published. See here.

16 early career scientist flash presentations have been announced! See here.

20 early career scientist oral presentations have been announced! See here.

5th Invited speaker announced! - Dr. Beena Singh (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, India). See here.

NEW! Poster template file and instructions can be found here.

Prof. Tsuneaki Sakurai announced as the 4th invited speaker!

The first 3 invited speakers have been announced:

Prof. Xavier Coqueret, Dr. Gregory Horne & Prof. Sylwia Ptasinska. Read more details here.

1st Circular: Download here

Registration & abstract submission now open

Abstract template: Download here

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8 November 2021: Opening of registration and abstract submission

31 December 2021: Deadline for abstract submission

15 January 2022: Notification of decisions on abstract acceptance

31 January 2022: Deadline for final poster image files to be sent to organisers

7 February 2022: Registration closes

10-12 February 2022: Dates of the Online Workshop

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