Nuclear Energy: Challenges and Prospects
It is with our deepest regret please be informed that the International Scientific and Technical Conference “Nuclear Energy: Challenges and Prospects” planned for the period 1-3 October 2020 has been cancelled for 2020 and is postponed until 2022.
The main reason of the postponing of the event is the global pandemic of COVID-19 that creates the increased risk to public health and safety of potential participants, especially with respect to their significantly gatherings in conference rooms and considering unclear situation in the autumn of this year.
It is planned that this important event will take place in 2022. Therefore, we thank all of you that responded to our invitations, expressed an interest and contribution to the conference “Nuclear Energy: Challenges and Prospects” and hope to see everybody in 2022 in Russia.
Scientific Organizational Committee of the International Scientific and Technical Conference “Nuclear Energy: Challenges and Prospects”.
The conference will feature such the topical tracks as emerging reactor technologies of Generation 3+ and 4, spent nuclear fuel reprocessing and nuclear material recycling, safe management of radioactive waste streams, nuclear fuel supply for advanced nuclear energy systems, non-energy applications of nuclear science, etc.
The discussions during the topical tracks will not be limited to scientific novelty, but also consider the safety of nuclear technologies, their public acceptance, efficiency and innovativeness. Thus, the conference will be a subject of interest and demanded both for scientific community and representatives of state and regulatory bodies, nuclear societies and business entities.
A particular attention will be given to the nuclear youth generation, since it will particularly be responsible for scientific research and its implementation in the form of advanced technologies in the XXI century. Young scientists will be given an opportunity to present the results of their research and vision at a poster session, to communicate with vis-à-vis from other countries of the world and familiarize with the knowledge of prominent Russian and foreign scientists and specialists of the nuclear industry.
IBRAE RAS, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Moscow State University, Russia
PE Science and Innovations, Russia
Ministry of Science and Education, Russia
Academy of Sciences, Republic of Uzbekistan
Kazakhstan Nuclear Society, Kazakhstan
Eric van Walle
Centre d’étude de l’Energie nucléaire, Belgium
German Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations, Germany
Nuclear Energy Commission, India
World Nuclear Association
Tran Chi Thanh
Vietnam Atomic Energy Institute, Vietnam
Laboratory for Advanced Nuclear Energy, Institute of Innovative Research, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Badan Tenaga Nuklir Nasional, Indonesia
Ministry of Innovations and Technology Development, Republic of Serbia
Siegfried S. Hecker
Stanford University, USA
EDF Group, France
Zambia Atomic Energy Agency, Zambia
Won Seok Park
Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, South Korea
Guidelines for Speakers
For participation in the poster session one also needs to prepare a science paper pursuant to requirements established in the Guidelines for Preparation of Science Papers. It is prerequisite to attach a Submission form or other formal document that states about the absence of information of limited distribution in the information materials and copyright agreement to transfer them to the conference organizers for open publication.
All received and selected by the Program Committee science papers will be compiled up into the Conference Proceedings and published in the bibliographic and reference database of Scopus/Elsevier.