The NEA is organising the 16th Information Exchange Meeting on Actinide and Fission Product Partitioning and Transmutation (16IEMPT) on 26-30 June 2022. The meeting will be held in Saint Petersburg, Russia, and hosted by Rosatom in co‑operation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Advanced nuclear fuel cycles to improve the safety, sustainability and economics of nuclear energy are under development internationally. Partitioning and Transmutation (P&T) is one of the candidate technologies to help reduce the heat, radiotoxicity and volume of radioactive waste. Recent developments indicate the need for embedding P&T strategies into advanced fuel cycles considering both waste management and economic issues.
In order to give experts a forum to present and discuss state-of-the-art developments in the field of advanced nuclear fuel cycles and P&T, the NEA has been organising biennial information exchange meetings on actinide and fission product partitioning and transmutation since 1990.
|2 November 2021||Start of extended abstract submission|
|28 January 2022||Close of extended abstract submission|
|1 April 2022||Notification to authors|
|TBD||Start of registration for all participants|
|TBD||Close of registration|
The meeting will cover scientific, as well as strategy/policy developments in the field of advanced fuel cycles and P&T. The meeting will be divided into different sessions including the following topics:
The meeting will consist of a plenary session, followed by technical sessions and a poster session covering the above-mentioned technical subjects. More details will be given in due course.
|Sunday 26 June 2022|
|Monday 27 June 2022|
|Welcome address from Rosatom|
|Welcome address from NEA|
|Panel session: 30th anniversary|
|International and national programmes (invited speakers)|
|Tuesday 28 June|
|Wednesday 29 June|
|Thursday 30 June|
All participants willing to present a contribution (oral or poster) should submit an extended abstract (1-5 pages) by completing the submission form. A template with instructions can be found in the download section.
Please note that you will need to log in using your NEA account or to pre-register if you do not already have one.
All accepted extended abstracts will be made available to the participants at the meeting. The official proceedings will be published afterwards.
All authors who submitted extended abstracts in 2020 or early 2021 are kindly invited to resubmit them (after update, if needed) by completing the submission form.
All authors are invited to fill in, sign and submit the copyright form when submitting their extended abstract.The form can be found in the download section.
Contributions from early-career scientists (under 35 years of age) are highly encouraged.The best extended abstracts will be chosen for oral presentations and the authors will be invited to co-chair some sessions.
All participants (presenters and non-presenters) planning to attend the meeting will be invited to complete the registration form. Registration will be opened later on.
No registration fees will be charged.
The meeting will be held in Saint Petersburg, Russia, during the amazing time of белые ночи. More information will be given in due course.
The working language will be English.
Optional technical tours will be proposed. More information will be given in due course.
The proceedings of the event, gathering all the extended abstracts, will be published after the meeting.
|Chair: Vladimir Artisyuk (Rosatom, Russia)|
|Stéphane Bourg (CEA, France)|
|Nathalie Chauvin (CEA, France)|
|Sung Yeol Choi (Seoul National University, Korea)|
|Christian Ekberg (Chalmers, Sweden)|
|Amparo González Espartero (IAEA)|
|Gabriele Grassi (NEA)|
|Clément Hill (IAEA)|
|Taek K. Kim (ANL, US)|
|Ken Marsden (INL, US)|
|Andrea Salvatores (CEA, France)|
|Pavel Souček (JRC-ITU, EU)|
|Robin Taylor (NNL, UK)|
|Kazufumi Tsujimoto (JAEA, Japan)|
|Jan Uhlíř (Řež, Czech Republic)|
|Gert Van den Eynde (SCK CEN, Belgium)|
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