Fizikus mérnök BSc
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2 mid-term tests
Dr. Gábor Radócz, assistant professor, PhD
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Physical fundamentals of generating ionizing radiations: radioactivity, radioactive decay, operation of equipment for generating ionizing radiations. Definition of doses. Biological effects of ionizing radiations: deterministic and stochastic effects, somatic and genetic effects. Control of applications of ionizing radiations in connection with the explanation of generic principles of radiation protection (justification, optimization, and individual limitations). Procedures and conditions of generating ionizing radiations: external and internal exposure situations, natural and artificial radioactivity. Practical implementation of radiation protection: workplace and environmental radiation protection, monitoring, management and disposal of radioactive wastes, applications of radiation shielding. management of nuclear and radiological emergencies.
H. Cember, T.E. Johnson: Introduction to Health Physics, ISBN 978-0071835275
List of competences:
Please find the detailed list, as quoted from the Hungarian training and outcome requirements of the Physicist Engineer program, in the Hungarian version of the course description.