8-10 September 2021
America/Detroit timezone

The 15th workshop on Shielding aspects of Accelerators, Targets, and Irradiation Facilities (SATIF) will be held in East Lansing, Michigan, USA, on September 8-10, 2021. The SATIF-15 workshop will be hosted by the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams at Michigan State University.

SATIF workshops are experts’ meetings addressing important aspects related to the modeling and design of accelerator shielding. Main objectives of SATIF workshops are:

• Promoting the exchange of information among experts in the field of accelerator shielding and related topics

• Identifying areas where international cooperation can be fruitful

• Creating task forces in order to achieve progress in specific priority areas

There is no registration fee for this event. The session will take place in the 1200 Lecture Hall.

Location, cost, and additional information for the conference dinner will be announced at a later date.

SATIF workshops have been held once every two years over the last 25 years, rotating between the US, Europe, and Asia. In addition to organizing these workshops the SATIF group also coordinates analysis and proposes action items.

Note: the SATIF-15 workshop will be held immediately before the ICRS 14 / RPSD meeting, which takes place in Seattle, WA, USA. More information on ICRS 14 / RPSD
meeting can be found on their website,

Scientific Committee

  • Francesco Cerutti (CERN)

  • Anna Ferrari (HZDR)

  • Dali Georgobiani (FRIB) - Chair

  • Robert Grove (ORNL)

  • Hideo Hirayama (KEK)

  • Hee-Seock Lee (PAL)

  • Michael Mocko (LANL)

  • Nikolai Mokhov (FNAL)

  • Gunter Muhrer (ESS)

  • Hiroshi Nakashima (JAEA)

  • Stefan Roesler (CERN)

  • Sayed Rokni (SLAC)

  • Marco Silari (CERN)

  • Shuichi Tsuda (NEA)

  • Timothy Valentine (ORNL)

  • Pedro Vaz (IST)

Local Organizing Committee

  • Dali Georgobiani (Chair)

  • Georg Bollen

  • Mikhail Kostin

  • Anastasia Lesage

Registration for this event is currently open.
The call for abstracts is open
You can submit an abstract for reviewing.
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