2022 CIRMS Registration Now Open!

Meeting Registration is Now Open!
Trusting Radiation Science:
Measuring what cannot be seen

29th Annual CIRMS Meeting ▪ April 11-13, 2022 ▪ Virtual Meeting

Updates 12/16/2021: 

  • Registration fee is $65. You can now register through our Eventbrite Registration page!
  • We will hold a virtual poster session through the online platform Gather Town. This will also be a fun way for CIRMS attendees to interact! Links to the all the posters and abstracts will be made available outside of Gather Town space for those not interested in this interactive experience. More details to follow.
  • Deadlines for submission of Abstracts and Junior Investigator essays have been extended to February 25, 2022 as described below.

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

cirms 2022It is my honor to invite you to attend the 29th annual meeting of the Council on Ionizing Radiation Measurements and Standards (CIRMS) to be held April 11-13, 2022 in a virtual format (online only). I invite you to visit the 2022 CIRMS Meeting website for updates on the meeting program as it is developed.  Also, please share our meeting flyer with your colleagues!

Online registration
Registration fee is $65
Register through our Eventbrite Registration page

Abstract Submission 
We will be accepting abstracts for virtual oral or poster presentations.
Deadlines for submission is February 25, 2022 (extended deadline), however, for best consideration it is recommend to submit by January 28, 2022 (extended deadline). Please visit the 2022 CIRMS meeting website for more details on how to submit an abstract.

Junior Investigator Competition
As in previous years, CIRMS proudly continues its tradition of supporting junior investigators. The program is open to any student or trainee from high school through postgraduate (i.e. within one year of terminal master’s or doctoral degree). Young investigators will submit essays describing their work and its relevance to the CIRMS mission which will then be scored by members of the CIRMS Executive Committee and the Caswell Fellows. Top-scoring essays will be invited to give a short virtual oral presentation at the annual meeting and also receive a monetary prize. The deadline for essay submission is February 25, 2022 (extended deadline). Please visit the 2022 CIRMS Meeting website for more details on how to submit an essay.

I look forward to seeing all of you at our next meeting. Your participation will help further the field of ionizing radiation measurements and standards.


Matthew Mille, PhD
CIRMS President