Industrial Program

Dear Industrial Partner:

The Nuclear Science Symposium & Medical Imaging Conference will venture to Honolulu to the Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort. At the time this was written, the 2006 NSS-MIC is expected to be another successful meeting with many attendees. This meeting will also attract a large number of scientists and researchers from the Pacific Rim, Europe as well as the United States. The Resort is directly on Waikiki Beach.

The conference has increased in attendance in the past few years to average over 1400. These attendees attend workshops, short courses and present their work on the latest developments in instrumentation and signal processing for new as well as traditional radiation detectors, medical imaging systems, high energy physics and the increasingly important field of homeland security. Many important advances in radiation detection, security, signal processing, and environmental monitoring were first presented at the NSSMIC.

The Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort offers an excellent venue for the meeting, including the industrial exhibits. The weather is always pleasant in Hawaii, which adds to the enjoyment of the meeting. The close integration of the exhibit area and the poster sessions, as well as the coffee breaks, will maximize the interactions between the attendees and the exhibitors. The MIC is an important part of the total conference. The MIC sessions start on Wednesday and continue through Saturday. To enable the MIC attendees the time needed to visit the exhibits, the exhibit area will be again be open until the end of Thursday, as it has been for the past few years.

The meeting session hours will be optimized for participation in the meeting and will be open all day with a lunch break. The exhibit time schedule includes morning and afternoon sessions, with coffee breaks in both sessions. The exhibitor reception will extend the closing time on that day. The detail schedule of hours is included on the following pages.

Again this year, we will have the Exhibitor Technical Sessions, where you have 50 minutes to present the technical aspects of your products. This is popular with the attendees who desire to learn about the features of new products.

Your active participation in the 2007 NSS-MIC is important to all of us. On behalf of the Organizing Committee and its Chairman, Benjamin Tsui, I would like to invite you to take advantage of this unique opportunity to present your products and to meet the NSS and MIC scientific and engineering communities.

We look forward to seeing you in Honolulu.


Ronald M. Keyser
Exhibits Chair
801 South Illinois Avenue
Oak Ridge, TN 37831-0895
Phone: 1 865 483 2146 
FAX: 1 865 481 2438


Exhibitor sign up page:

Exhibitor Prospectus:

List of Exhibitors (as of Oct. 5)

Acrorad Co., Ltd.
ADIT Eljen Technology
Aguila Technologies
Alaron Nuclear Services
Aldrich-APL, LLC
Alpha Spectra, Inc.
ANSTO - Australian Nuclear Science & Technology Organisation
Berkeley Nucleonics
CAEN Technologies
Chemetall GmbH
CMCAMAC, Universal Voltronics
Electron Tubes
Furukawa Co., Ltd.
GAMMA Medica-Ideas
GE Energy
GE Global Research
Hamamatsu Corporation
Hilger Crystals
Hitachi Chemical Co. Ltd.
IAEA/Brookhaven National Laboratory

ICx Radiation Inc.
Integrated Detector Systems
IOP Publishing
Micron Semiconductor
Nara Institute of Science and Technology
North American Scientific
Orbotech Medical Solutions (OMS)
Saes Opto
Saint-Gobain Crystals
SensL Technologies Ltd.
Shanghai SICCAS Crystal
Siemens Medical Solutions USA
SII NanoTechnology
Struck Innovative Systeme GmbH/Drivesoft
Wiener, Plein & Baus, Ltd.
Zecotek Medical Systems