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International Workshop on Nuclear Technology and Nonproliferation for Society

This event has been postponed until further notice. You may contact us with any questions.


This workshop will bring world experts together with students and junior practitioners to discuss recent advances in nuclear technology for the benefit of society. Major topics include (a) nuclear nonproliferation policy and technology to promote global peace and (b) nuclear power for safe and low emission energy production.

 


EVENT DETAILS

DATES: Temporarily postponed

REGISTRATION

  • Early registration closes (pending)
    • Early registration rates (euros):
      • standard registration: € 450
      • student registration: € 350
    • Late registration rates (after April 17):
      • standard registration: € 550
      • student registration: € 450

PRESENTER ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS

  • Please submit your requests to give an oral talk or poster presentation. Students are encouraged to submit abstracts.
    • Topics:
      1. Nuclear nonproliferation policy and technology to promote global peace
        1. Nuclear policy and technology integration
        2. Pre and post-detonation characterization
      2. Nuclear power for safe and low emission energy production
        1. Next-generation nuclear power production
        2. Nuclear fuel cycle and waste management
  • Due February 14, 2020 (extended): Abstracts for Oral Talk and Poster presenters must be submitted no later than Thursday, February 14, 2020 (extended).
  • Submission form: Abstracts must be provided using the submission form linked here.

INVITED SPEAKERS (PRELIMINARY):

Prof. Todd Allen
University of Michigan

Expertise: Innovations in Nuclear Power

Dr. Erik Brubaker
Sandia National Laboratories

Expertise: Radiation Imaging Systems

Dr. Victoria Franques
US Department of Energy (ret.)

Expertise: Emerging Challenges in Nuclear Nonproliferation


Prof. Alex Glaser
Princeton University

Expertise: Treaty Verification Challenges

Prof. Francesco Gonella
Ca ‘Forscari University of Venice

Expertise: Molecular Sciences and Nanosystems

Mr. Alain Lebrun
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

Expertise: Non-Destructive Assay for IAEA

Dr. Massimo Morichi
CAEN

Expertise: Physics Instrumentation


Prof. Sandra Moretto
University of Padova

Expertise: High-Energy Nuclear Physics

 

Prof. Sara Pozzi
University of Michigan

Expertise: Radiation Detection for Nuclear Nonproliferation


Prof. Alberto Quaranta
University of Trento

Expertise: Nuclear Materials – New Radiation Detectors

 

Dr. Eric Proust

Atomic Energy and Alternative Energies Commission | CEA · Centre d’Etudes de Saclay

Ms. Tammy Taylor
Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization

Expertise: Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty

 

CONTRIBUTING SPEAKERS (PRELIMINARY):

 

POSTER SESSION:

 

DINNER:


SPONSORS


LOCATION

Hotel Accommodations

Book your rooms quickly as the workshop dates occur during high tourist travel dates.

NH Hotel Rio Novo****
Contact mtg.nhrionovo@nh-hotels.com
Reference the conference and to Mrs. Francesca Dall’Amico

Hotel Ca’ Nigra****
Book directly on the hotel’s website 
Use code: “NuclearTechnology”
Hotel Ca’ Pisani****
Contact info@capisanihotel.it
Reference the conference
Palazzetto Madonna****
Contact info@palazzettomadonna.com
Reference the conference and to Mr. Matteo Molin
Hotel Due Fanali***
Book directly on the hotel’s website 
Use code: “NuclearTechnology”
Hotel La Fenice et Des Artistes***
Contact reservation.fenice@fenicehotels.it
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Palazzo Cendon***
Contact info@palazzocendon.it
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Hotel Tivoli **
Contact info@hoteltivoli.it
Reference the conference

Istituto Canossiano
(hostel with private bathroom)
Contact info@romite1323.com 
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Casa Accademia 
(hostel with private bathroom) 
Contact info@casaccademia.it 
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Visiting Venice

Click here to learn more about what you can discover while visiting Venice!

Ca’ Dolfin, Venice, Italy

The Aula Magna Silvio Trentin at Ca’ Dolfin is a large fifteenth-century room located on the first floor of the building. It is a beautiful venue, with decorated ceilings and walls with frescoes of Tiepolo’s legacy, medallions with allegorical figures, Murano chandeliers and mirrors. Ten paintings of Giambattista Tiepolo which used to be in the venue are now at the Hermitage museum in Saint Petersburg, at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, and at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. read more here.


ORGANIZERS

Francesco Gonella, Ph. D.
Professor, Ca ‘Foscari University of Venice
Department of Molecular Sciences and Nanosystems
Research Institute for Complexity
Sandra Moretto, Ph. D.
Professor, University of Padova | UNIPD
Department of Physics and Astronomy ‘Galileo Galilei’
Sara A. Pozzi, Ph. D.
Professor, University of Michigan
Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
Director, Consortium for Monitoring, Technology, and Verification
Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – College of Engineering
Alberto Quaranta, Ph. D.
Professor, University of Trento
Department of Industrial Engineering