Workshop: CONFIDENCE: Do Process-Based Models have a role in human food chain assessments?
Venue: CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain
Dates: 9th-10th September 2019
Process-based models have existed for nearly two decades, but are still rarely used in emergency planning. This workshop will bring together modellers, scientists and importantly end-users to discuss advances in foodchain transfer with an emphasis on process-based soil-plant transfer models. One aim of the workshop will be to investigate the potential adoption of process-based models by end-users and also identify future research priorities for human foodchain modelling.
To register an interest in participating contact Lindis Skipperud (Lindis.email@example.com)
Please note participant numbers will be limited to 45
Registration will open in March 2019 and a draft agenda will be available by 1st April.
Recent paper by the CONFIDENCE working group of relevance to the workshop: Fit-for-purpose modelling of radiocaesium soil-to-plant transfer for nuclear emergencies: a review