MELODI

Multidisciplinary
European Low Dose Initiative

MELODI is a European Platform dedicated to low dose radiation risk research. In 2010 MELODI was founded as a registered association with 15 members.

The purpose of MELODI is:

 

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EUROPE 2020 Strategy

MELODI will propose R&T priorities for Europe in its field of competence
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Comunication with stakeholders

MELODI will seek the views of stakeholders on the priorities for research, keep them informed on progress made, and contribute to the dissemination of knowledge.
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Cooperation with WHO and IAEA

MELODI will interface with international partners like WHO and IAEA.

News and Updates

5th European Radiation Protection Week (ERPW)

5th European Radiation Protection Week (ERPW) 22–24 November 2021 Billrothhaus Vienna, Austria The conference will be organised as a hybrid event, allowing for onsite and online participation. The 5th ERPW is organised by EURAMED (supported by EIBIR) on behalf of the...

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MELODI young researcher award 2021

Submission of applications for the MELODI 2021 young researcher award 2021 is now open. Application deadline is 1 September 2021. The award will be presented in the frame of the 5th European Radiation Protection Week 2021 (ERPW 2021), Vienna, 22-25 November 2021. For...

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MELODI SRA WG meeting summary – 11 May 2021

MELODI Strategic Research Agenda Working Group Meeting Summary – 11 May 2021 The MELODI SRA Working Group met on 11 May 2021 by web conference, this note provides a brief summary of discussions: Overview of MELODI activities and the evolving US low dose radiation...

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More about MELODI

 

Based on the outcomes of the yearly MELODI workshops a Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) is being progressively developed. To assure an open and vivid discussion and development of the SRA the contribution from a large number of scientists and stakeholders is needed. More information about the SRA and the ongoing discussion can be found under SRA. Comments are welcome.
In parallel to the SRA a statement on a short- to medium-term research agenda for R&T projects is developed to improve the scientific basis for radiation protection in Europe giving guidance for pending EURATOM R&T project calls. These recommendations can be found under MELODI documents.