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lsc2017_logo_transLSC2017, International Conference on Advances in Liquid scintillation Spectrometry is the next of a series of conferences on LSC.

The LSC series conferences started in 1957 in Chicago (USA), and have in more recent years taken place at Karlsruhe (Germany) 2001, Katowice (Poland) 2005, Davos (Switzerland) 2008, Paris (France) 2010, and Barcelona (Spain) 2013. The LSC2017 is the 23rd edition of the LSC conferences.

Liquid Scintillation Counting (LSC) is an important radiometric technique for determination of radionuclides and is applied in many fields. Although LSC has been developed for more than 60 years, the development and improvement in the LSC instrumentation and methodology are still continued throughout the world. The application of this technique has been extended to wide fields beyond the nuclear related work. The International conference on Advances in Liquid Scintillation Spectrometry provides a forum to the researchers in all fields where LSC techniques is used, to present the new development in the instrumentation and methodology and to share the knowledge, as well as to exchange the experiences. The LSC2017 conference in Copenhagen will continues this series and seeks to provide an appropriate forum for discussing the latest developments and applications. Specialists and users of LSC are encouraged to attend and contribute with their experience. Young scientists are especially welcome.

The LSC Conferences in the Past


LSC 1957 – Chicago


LSC 2008 – Davos


LSC 2010 – Paris


LSC 2013 – Barcelona