Appendix_7.8_Radiation

Report
Radiation Effects Committee
Summary Report
Marty Shaneyfelt, Chair REC
10 July 2014
2014 NSREC, July 14-18
Conference Chair, Robert Ecoffet, CNES
• How to handle the VAT has been a major challenge
– Worked with IEEE Tax Management staff to develop procedures on how
to handle the VAT, including understanding the IEEE report
requirements
– VAT / no VAT issue - misleading for French companies at the start
• Went smoothly when a dedicated on-line registration link was set-up
– It is essential that the IEEE develop some detailed guidelines/procedures
for handling finance and bank issues for international conferences
• Have received funds from 14 conference industry supporters
• Exhibit booth space sold out
– 51 exhibits spaces, 48 exhibitors (6 exhibitors on wait list)
• Of the 319 papers submitted for presentation, 200 papers were
accepted (~66% accept rate)
Origin of Submitted Papers
over the last five years
Origin of Accepted papers:
2014 versus Last Five years
2015 NSRECs
Conference Chair, Mike Xapsos, NASA GSFC
• July 13-17 - Marriott, Copley Place, Boston
• IEEE NPSS approved the conference budget
– Budgeting for 420 attendees for technical session and 328 for
short course
• $50K Conference loan received
• Conference committee has been finalized; a list of
session chairs has been approved
• Short course topics and speakers are being finalized
• Progress is being made on the social program
2016, 2017, and 2018 NSRECs
• 2016 - Conference Chair, Robert Reed, Vanderbilt
– DoubleTree (and Portland Convention Center) in Portland, OR
– The conference committee is being finalized
– Preliminary conference budget (based on 2015 NSREC budget)
submitted for IEEE NPSS approval
• 2017 Conference Chair, Véronique Ferlet-Cavrois,
ESA/ESTEC
– Will be held at the Marriott Hotel in New Orleans, LA
– The site was approved by the RESG in April 2014
• 2018 Ron Lacoe, Aerospace Corp., has been selected as
Conference Chair of the 2018 NSREC
IEEE/NPSS Radiation Effects Award
PURPOSE
History of Rad-Effects Award
To recognize individuals who
have had a sustained history of
outstanding and innovative
technical and/or leadership
contributions to the radiation
effects community.
1988
1989
1992
1993
1994
1995
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
AWARD
Plaque and $3000
NOMINATION FORMS
See www.nsrec.com
Edward Burke
S. Clay Rogers
Bobby Buchanan
William E. Price
Itsu Arimura
Joseph Pinel
Robert L. Gregory
Robert S. Caldwell
Robert E. McCoskey
Edward L. Petersen
James P. Raymond
E.G. Stassinopoulos
Andrew Holmes-Siedle
Kenneth F. Galloway
Klaus G. Kerris
James L. Ramsey
Jean Gasiot
Dennis Brown
Reno Harboe-Sorenson
Mayrant Simons
Nick van Vonno
Clive Dyer
Lew Cohn
David Alexander
Dale G. Platteter
IEEE/NPSS
Radiation Effects Award
For contributions to
understanding the space
radiation environment and
to the development of
flight-qualified spacecraft
systems.
Janet Barth
NASA Goddard (Retired)

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