Elena Fantuzzi, Member, Head, ENEA Radiation Protecton Institute, Bologna, Italy
Elena Fantuzzi is a physicist (degree in 1990) with a Master of Science in Health and Radiation Physics (1992). She has worked for 2 years as a health physicist with duties in the radiotherapy department at Reggio Emilia (Italy) hospital. Since 1995 she has been working at ENEA and since 2003 she is the head of ENEA - Radiation Protection Institute, which employs approximately 70 people (researchers/technicians) in laboratories in 5 ENEA Research Centres all over Italy. She is in charge of all aspects,
(research, development and safety) regarding the protection of man and the environment from ionizing radiation. She is a lecturer for University graduate and post graduate courses. She is a qualified expert according to Italian legislation for all kinds of practices and radioactive sources since 1992.
Her main research interests and competence is in radiation metrology and dosimetry applied to radiation protection and medical applications, requirements for radiation quantities and for dosimetry systems. Her research work has lead to about 80 publications, including report by international working groups or committees mainly for individual monitoring and external dosimetry. She has served on international report committees and working groups of ICRU, IAEA, ISO, IEC, EC and EURADOS (www.eurados.org). Since 2003 she is a member of the EURADOS Council and was Vice Chairperson 2007-2014. She was elected to the Commission in 2009.^ Back to Top