Lund Luminescence Day 2022
Welcome to a day about luminescence dating and dosimetry!
Hosted by the Lund University Luminescence centre for Dating and Dosimetry (Department of Geology in Lund, and Medical Radiation Physics in Malmö), we aim to introduce participants to optically stimulated luminescence dating and dosimetry. With a full day of talks, discussions and demonstrations, we’ll focus on the role of luminescence in archaeology, geology, medicine, environmental studies and forensics.
The full programme for the day (27 September) can be found below.
Attendance is FREE, but advanced sign up is essential.
Registration link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZR8J7BQ
LLD is a whole day event, however it is split into two sessions (morning: geology/archaeology and afternoon: medical/personal/environmental dosimetry), and you are very welcome to join us for just one session if you prefer.
In the event that this workshop is over-subscribed, we will operate a waiting list in the order that we received your registration.
Please don’t hesitate to be in contact with us should you have any questions: luminescence [at] geol [dot] lu [dot] se (luminescence[at]geol[dot]lu[dot]se)
Looking forward to seeing you there!
The Organising Committee
Amber Hood, Helena Alexanderson, Christian Bernhardsson, Zoran Perić
Lund Luminescence Day Programme 27 September 2022
9:00–10:00: Registration + Exhibition
10:15–10:30: Introduction to Luminescence
10:30–11:00: Sediment Dating
11:00–11:20: Coffee/Tea Break + Exhibition
11:20–11:50: Rock Surface Dating
11:50–12:20: Ceramic Dating and Other Applications in Archaeology
12:20–12:30: Morning summary and discussion
12:30–14:00: Lunch Break + Demonstrations + Lab Visits
14:00–14:30: Introduction to Luminescence Dosimetry
14:30–15:00: Retrospective and Prospective OSL Dosimetry
15:00–15:20: Coffee/Tea Break + Exhibition
15:20–15:50: Gamma Spectrometry
15:50–16:10: Question time and closing remarks
16:10–17.00: Lab visits + Demonstrations
Demonstrations: ceramic sampling, create your own OSL dosimeter, personal dosimeters, gamma spectrometry, sediment sampling, portable OSL reader