Retrospective radiation dosimetry using OSL of electronic components: Results of an inter-laboratory comparison

Céline Bassinet, Clemens Woda, Emanuela Bortolin, Sara Della Monaca, Paola Fattibene, Maria Cristina Quattrini, Boris Bulanek, Daniela Ekendahl, Christopher Ian Burbidge, Vanessa Cauwels, Eftychia Kouroukla, Therese Geber-Bergstrand, Anna Mrozik, Barbara Marczewska, Pawel Bilski, Sergey Sholom, Stephen W.S. McKeever, R. W. Smith, Ivan Veronese, Anna GalliLaura Panzeri, Marco Martini

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    In the framework of the EU-FP7 MULTIBIODOSE project, two protocols using OSL of resistors removed from the circuit board of mobile phones were developed with the aim to use the resistors as fortuitous dosimeters in the event of a large scale radiological accident. This paper presents the results of an interlaboratory comparison carried out under the umbrella of EURADOS. The two aims of this exercise were the validation of the MULTIBIODOSE protocols by a large number of laboratories and the dissemination of the method with the objective of preparing the basis for a network that could increase Europe's response capacity in the case of a mass casualty radiological emergency. Twelve institutes from eleven European countries and one institute from the USA, with various degrees of expertise in OSL dosimetry, took part in the OSL inter-laboratory comparison. Generally, a good agreement within uncertainties was observed between estimated and nominal doses.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)475-479
    Number of pages5
    JournalRadiation Measurements
    StatePublished - Dec 2014

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Radiation
    • Instrumentation

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