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European Research Reactor Conference - RRFM 2018
Münich, Germany; 11-15 March 2018
The RRFM 2018 Programme Committee is calling for both oral and poster presentations regarding:
Research reactor nuclear fuel cycle from front-end to back-end-
Low power research reactors, critical and subcritical assemblies
Utilisation of research reactors
Innovative methods in reactor physics and thermo-hydraulics
New research reactor projects
Research reactor operation & maintenance and ageing management
Research reactor safety
Research reactor security
Decommissioning and dismantling of research reactors and waste management –
Upload your abstracts through the RRFM 2018 Abstract Submission System before 17 November 2017.
Authors should submit their abstract text in English through the RRFM 2018 Abstract Submission System
49th Annual Meeting on Nuclear Technology (AMNT 2018)
Berlin, Germany; 29 - 30 May 2018
The AMNT is one of Europe’s most recognized and best established nuclear technology conferences and a must-attend event for international experts and decision-makers working in industry, utilities, research and development, politics and administration. At the AMNT, a high-level forum for expertise and dialogue awaits you.
The Conference features many various formats such as Focus Sessions, Technical Session, a Plenary Session and Workshops divided in three Key Topics:
Outstanding Know-how & Sustainable Innovations
Enhanced Safety & Operation Excellence
Decommissioning Experience & Waste Management Solutions
Early Bird Registration until January 31, 2018 (http://www.nucleartech-meeting.com/registration.html)
Zadar, Croatia; 3 - 6 June 2018
In view of good response and success of the previous Croatian Nuclear Society (HND) conferences, devoted to the needs and interests of countries that are interested in nuclear energy especially with small or medium nuclear systems and electricity grids, the HND’s 2018 conference in Zadar will serve the broader general purpose, concentrating on the current topics which attracted most interest before.
This is the follow up conference addressing the needs of this important and growing group of countries interested in nuclear power. The Conference will consider the nuclear option from the point of view of national energy strategy, resources, costs, technology, organisation, education, and environmental advantages. It will also focus on matters related to operational safety, fuel cycle, waste management, and decommissioning.
The important goal of the Conference is also to promote regional co-operation and exchange of experience in use of nuclear power and fuel cycle facilities among small or medium-sized countries with an interest in the nuclear option.
More information on the Conference website!