Scientific Programme

Scientific
Programme


The scientific program has been published. Please check the program.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR POSTER PRESENTATIONS:

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORAL PRESENTATIONS:

Invited speakers
25 + 5 min
Oral presentation
​15 + ​5 min

Oral presentations will be made via Zoom. The relevant zoom link will be shared with you.

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According to Turkish time (GMT+3)

Time zone: Ankara (GMT+03:00)                

26th September – Monday

08:30-09:00 OPENING CEREMONY
  Session 1:  Advanced technologies and methods on luminescence, ESR dosimetry and dating (convenor: Eren Sahiner)
09:00-09:30 Invited Speaker: Bo Li
A Bayesian hierarchical model for optical dating of single grains of quartz
09:30-9:50 Furong Cui Comparison of the pulsed blue and green light stimulation in isolating quartz source signal of rock slice by using time-resolved signature
09:50-10:10 Alicja Chruścińska Dose response of the fast OSL component in quartz for doses above 200 Gy
10:10-10:30 Ting Cheng Bleachability of pIRIR signal from single-grain K-feldspar
10:30-10:50 Questions & Answers
  Session 2:  Applications in earth and planetary sciences (convenor: Shin Toyoda)
10:50-11:20 Invited Speaker: Constantin Athanassas
From electron trapping to exhumation tracking
11:20-11:40 Anoop Ambili The Late Holocene climate variability and their impact on cultural dynamics in the central India
11:40-12:00 Shashank Nitundil Increasing our understanding of Holocene dune activity in the Thar Desert, India using a portable luminescence reader
12:00-12:20 Yashi Sui Pulse chronological sequences and surface processes constrained by luminescence of K-feldspar grains:  message from the central section of Altyn Tagh Fault
12:20-12:40 Questions & Answers
  BREAK
Session 3:  Applications in earth and planetary sciences (convenor: Jintang Qin )
13:30-13:50 Mahadev Rawat Palaeoflood records of ~3000 years from the lower reaches of Kaveri and its adjacent River Basins, Tamilnadu, India
13:50-14:10 Kechang Li Single-grain K-feldspar pIRIR Dating of a thick alluvial sequence on northern piedmont of Chinese Tian Shan
14:10-14:30 Vasiliki Kanavou Is TL thermochronometry using low sensitivity quartz from metamorphic rocks feasible? A pioneer case study from phyllite-quartzite assemblages in southern Greece
14:30-14:50 Mehmet Korhan Erturaç Investigation of past hydrological extremes (HEX) using river flood plain sediments: Sakarya River, NW Türkiye
14:50-15:20 Invited Speaker: James K. Feathers
First People in the Western Hemisphere: The Contribution from Luminescence Dating
15:20-15:40 Questions & Answers
  END OF THE DAY
Time zone: Ankara (GMT+03:00)                

27th September – Tuesday

  Session 4: Computational and statistical applications (convenor: Liping Zhou)
08:30-09:00 Invited Speaker: Georgios Polymeris
Computational and statistical analysis using raw luminescence data
09:00-09:20 Miriam Saleh Parameters of multi-level statistical analysis affecting the OSL ages of mortar samples from Northern Italy
09:20-09:40 Magdalena Biernacka The medium OSL component in quartz measured using the thermally modulated OSL method
09:40-10:00 Efstathios Tsoutsoumanos OTOR application in nano-sized luminophores; the impact of nano-crystallite sizes on the Thermoluminescence glow-curve shape, activation energies and kinetic parameters
10:00-10:20 Questions & Answers
  Session 5:  Basic physical processes for luminescence dosimetry and dating (convenor: Georgios Poymeris)
10:20-10:40 Volkan Altunal Effect of oxygen vacancies on luminescence characteristics of BeO Ceramics produced by Sol-Gel synthesis technique
10:40-11:00 Chahra-Zed Benkhelifa Study the kinetics of thermally stimulated luminescence and the TL dose-response of dosimeter based on beryllium oxide BeO
11:00-11:20 Veysi GUCKAN TA-OSL from KMgF3:Eu,Yb,Li dosimeter; comparison with OSL and TL dose responses
11:20-11:40 Monika Devi Post Violet-Infrared Stimulated Luminescence (pVIRSL) Dating using Potassium Feldspars
11:40-12:00 Questions & Answers
  BREAK
Session 6: Basic physical processes for luminescence dosimetry and dating (convenor:  Dileep Koul)
13:30-14:00 Invited Speaker: Paulramasamy Morthekai
Role and nature of Pb in the luminescence emission of feldspars
14:00-14:20 Natalia Pawlak Luminescence centres competition impact on the dose dependence of the OSL signal in quartz
14:20-14:40 Pavlos G. Konstantinidis Correlation between the decays of the NTL signal following isothermal and infrared stimulation in feldspar and apatite samples
14:40-15:00 Caroline Fernandes The effects of heat treatment on the OSL signal in sodium chloride crystals
15:00-15:20 Questions & Answers
  END OF THE DAY
Time zone: Ankara (GMT+03:00)                

28th September – Wednesday

  Session 7:  Advances in dose rate determination (convenor: Grzegorz Adamiec)
09:00-09:20 Loic Martin In which extent field conditions may affect the gamma dose rate evaluation using portable gamma spectrometry?
09:20-09:40 Sonia Tatumi Radiometric characterization of Amazonian sediments
09:40-10:00 Amalia Chambon Determination of NaI(Tl) scintillator calibration factors for field application based on MCNP6 modelling
10:00-10:20 Questions & Answers
  Session 8:  Luminescence and ESR Dosimetry (convenor: Constantin Athanassas)
10:20-10:50 Invited Speaker:  Mathieu Duval
ESR dating of quartz grains: evaluating the uncertainty associated to ESR measurements at low temperature.
10:50-11:10 Alida Timar-Gabor Luminescence and electron spin resonance (ESR) characterisation of quartz from different lithologies of different ages
11:10-11:30 Zuzanna Kabacińska Dating sediments by EPR using Al-h centre: a comparison between the properties of fine (4-11 µm) and coarse (> 63 µm) quartz grains
11:30-11:50 Yasemin Kavas Investigation of dosimetric properties of natural salt minerals by examining them with TL, ESR techniques
11:50-12:10 Şule Kaya-Keleş Determination of the dosimetric properties of boron nitride by TL/OSL techniques
12:10-12:30 Questions & Answers
  BREAK
Session 9:  Innovative dating and dosimetry approaches & Instrumentation (convenor: Makaiko L. Chithambo)
13:30-14:00 Invited Speaker: Georgina E. King
Working towards a robust thermochronometer based on the ESR of quartz minerals
14:00-14:20 Myungho Kook A luminescence imaging instrument for rapid in-situ assessment of bleaching depth in rocks
14:20-14:40 Madhusmita Panda OSL retrospective dosimetric investigations of SMD capacitors
14:40-15:00 Levent Aksu Development of domestic irradiator in compliance with ISO4037 standard
15:00-15:20 Jalil Pazhuhish Investigation of dosimetric properties and performance test of AL2O3 luminescence dosimeters for diagnostic radiology
15:20-15:50 Questions & Answers
15:50-16:50 DISCUSSION & CLOSING REMARKS

6th Asia-Pacific Conference on Luminescence and Electron Spin Resonance Dating – APLED 2022


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BILKON CONGRESS
Alacam sk. Tu-Ba Is Merkezi
10/5 Cankaya/Ankara/Turkey
kongre@bilkonkongre.com.tr
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+90 555 996 77 89

Secretary

Dr. Eren Şahiner
Ankara University,
Institute of Nuclear Sciences
Luminescence Dating Research Laboratory
erenshnr@gmail.com

Secretary

Dr. Gaye Çakal
Ankara University,
Institute of Nuclear Sciences
gayecakal@gmail.com

Secretary

Dr. George S. Polymeris
National Center for
Scientific Research Demokritos
g.polymeris@inn.demokritos.gr

Bilkon Congress, 2022