23-27 September 2024, Thessaloniki, Greece

International Conference
Applied Nuclear Physics 2024


Latest News

2024-05-03 / Deadline extension

Due to multiple requests, we are pleased to announce an extension of the deadline for abstract submission. The new (and final) deadline is Friday, 14 June 2024 23:59. There will be no abstract submission after that time.

2024-04-22 / Submission form upgrade

The abstract submission form has been upgraded. If you have already submitted an abstract, this change does not concern you.

2024-04-17 / Website update

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to inform you that the website has moved to a new URL.
The previous one will remain as a redirection, but please use the new one for registration and dissemination of information about the conference.

2024-04-11 / Second Circular

Dear Colleagues,

This is the 2nd Circular of the ANP2024-Applied Nuclear Physics Conference 2024 to be held in Thessaloniki, Greece during 23-27 September 2024.

We would like to inform the community that registration is now open, as well as abstract submission.

Please find all relevant information, including deadlines, fees and the abstract template in the website of ANP2024:

In case of further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact the members of the Organizing Committee.

Looking forward to welcoming you in Thessaloniki.

2023-10-11 / First Circular

Dear Colleagues,

We are glad to invite you to attend the Applied Nuclear Physics conference (ANP2024), which will take place in Thessaloniki, Greece, from September 23th to 27th, 2024.

ANP2024 is the 2nd edition of the ANP series of conferences, supported by the European Physical Society, following the inaugural one held in Prague in 2021.

ANP2024 will be organized under the guidance of the Hellenic Nuclear Physics Society (HNPS), a non-profit organization, founded in 1990 by Greek scientists in the field of fundamental and applied Nuclear Physics.

The conference will focus on applications of nuclear physics to energy, health, space, security, environment, material science, preservation and study of cultural heritage, among others. In particular, it will address the following topics: ion beam analytical methods in material science; ion and neutron beam irradiation of materials; nuclear physics for energy and space technologies; nuclear analytical methods for environmental and archaeological studies; nuclear physics in medicine.

Important Dates:

  • Abstract (1 page of plain text) submission deadline: May 15, 2024
  • Deadline for the notification of accepted abstracts: June 15, 2024
  • On-line publishing of Book of Abstracts: September 5, 2024
  • Deadline for paper submission in Special Issue of ARI (preliminary): November 15, 2024
  • Deadline for conference early fee payment: July 15, 2024

More information on ANP2024 is available at the official website of ANP2024 (under construction)

On behalf of the Organizing Committee

2023-05-23 / First Website launched

Test website on

More to follow


About the ANP

ANP2024 is the second edition of the Applied Nuclear Physics series of conferences, after the first successful one held in Prague in 2021 (ANP2021). ANP2024 is supported by the European Physical Society.

ANP2024 will be organized under the aegis of the Hellenic Nuclear Physics Society (HNPS), a non-profit organization formed in 1990 and the official body of nuclear scientists in Greece. The conference will focus on applications of nuclear physics to energy, health, space, security, environment, material science, preservation and study of cultural heritage

Click here for important dates and deadlines

Conference Topics

  • Ion Beam Analytical Methods in Material Science
  • Ion and Neutron Beam Irradiation of Materials
  • Nuclear Physics for Energy and Space Technologies
  • Nuclear Analytical Methods for Cultural Heritage Studies
  • Medical Applications and Theranostics
  • Dosimetry and Metrology
  • Detection Technologies for Security Purposes
  • Nuclear Techniques for Environmental Applications

Scientific Committee

  • Zsófia Kertész
  • Alessandra Fantoni
  • Sandro Rossi
  • Iva Bogdanovic Radovic
  • Anna Mackova
  • Marek Rubel
  • Timo Sajavaara
  • Alexandra Ioannidou

Local Organizing Committee

  • Alexandra Ioannidou (Chair)
  • Anastasios Lagoyannis (co-Chair)
  • Michail Kokkoris
  • Nikolaos Patronis
  • Christos Tsabaris
  • Theo J. Mertzimekis

... Participants

International representatives from 28 countries

... papers

... oral contributions and ... poster presentations

... authors

...%-...% gender ratio, ...% young researchers

Welcome to Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki was founded in 316/315 BC takind her name of Alexander the Great's sister. The city was developed rapidly due to its prominent geographical location and became one of the most important ports, and economical and commercial centers of Macedonia and the Balkan Peninsula.

During the Byzantine era the city was further developed and becoming the second most important city of the empire after Constantinople itself. Wonderful churches and other buildings were built in several areas while extended defensive constructions took place.

During the Ottoman occupation period (after 1430 AD) the city maintained her strategic importance due to the trade routes established. It also became the new home for many ethnic communities (Sepharadites) that significantly promoted art, culture and architecture.

The city was liberated in 1912 during the first Balkan War. Today Thessaloniki is a modern European city, as always an important trade and transportation center connected to all the Balkan Countries. It is one of the largest student centers in South-Eastern Europe while many of its monuments have entered the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Invited Speakers


Conference Program

The program will become fully available after abstract submission is closed.

Registration Info


Important dates

  • Abstract submission:   14 June 2024 23:59 (final)
  • Abstract acceptance notification:   30 June 2024
  • Deadline for conference fee payment: 15 August 2024
  • Online publishing of the Book of Abstracts: 5 September 2024
  • Deadline for paper submission in Special Issue of ARI (preliminary): 15 November 2024

Registration Fees

Early Fee: until 15 July 2024

  • Senior: 450 EUR
  • Student: 250 EUR
  • Accompanying Person: 100 EUR

Standard Fee: after 15 July 2024

  • Senior: 500 EUR
  • Student: 300 EUR
  • Accompanying Person: 100 EUR

Practical Information

Detailed info are provided in this document

  • E.U. Citizens
    A passport is not a compulsory requirement for European Union citizens traveling from or to Schengen countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Spain, and recently Bulgaria and Romania under certain conditions. If you are traveling from the latter two, please check what travel documents are required with your local authorities). There are no custom formalities.
  • Non E.U. Citizens
    A valid passport is normally required for all non E.U. citizens traveling to Greece. Visa formalities may be required for visitors from certain countries.
  • Visa Information
    EU Nationals do not need a visa to enter Greece, but a valid ID card or passport is required.
    Non-EU nationals in general require a visa for stays in Greece. A visa is not required for semi-annual visits of up to three months for nationals of those countries for which the European Community has abolished the visa requirement. Nationals of countries which do not have a visa-waiver agreement with the European Community must obtain a visa. Detailed visa information is provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The list of different countries and the visa requirements can be found here: https://www.mfa.gr/en/visas/visas-for-foreigners-traveling-to-greece/countries-requiring-or-not-requiring-visa.html

Thessaloniki Airport (code: SKG)
Official airport site: https://www.skg-airport.gr/en

Transfers from Thessaloniki Airport to the city centre

Rooms for the ANP2024 International Conference will not be pre-booked by the organizers. Participants are expected to find their own accommodation, and proceed with their reservations.

A map of hotels near the conference venue is given via the following link.

Should you need any assistance do not hesitate to contact the local organizers at anp2024@physics.auth.gr

Coming Soon


Aristotle University’s Research Dissemination Center (KEDEA) founded in 2006 and opened its doors for the first time in April 2011. The Conference Center has three ultra modern auditoriums, exhibition space of 300 m2 and public spaces ideal for hosting scientific conferences, symposiums and cultural events


GPS: 40.62697199988016, 22.96256372321694

3rd Septembriou Campus

54636, Thessaloniki


The KEDEA building is connected with the following bus lines:
2,7,14,58 Bus Stop University of Macedonia
17,24,37 Bus Stop Fititiki Leschi
10,31 Bus Stop Agia Foteini- University of Macedonia
27,28,83 Τerma Grammis

ANP2024 Sponsors


The Hellenic Nuclear Physics Society


The European Physical Society


Aristotle University of Thessaloniki


National and Kapodistrian University of Athens


National Technical University of Athens


NSCR "Demokritos"


University of Ioannina


Hellenic Center of Marine Research

Contact Us

We hope the above information is sufficient to guarantee easy access to registering to ANP2024 and obtaining all practical information about your visit to Thessaloniki and the ANP2024.

In case of questions or problems, please do not hesitate to get in contact with us.