NuMat2014: The Nuclear materials Conference, Florida

NuMat 2014: The Nuclear materials Conference

27-30 October 2014 | Hilton Clearwater, Florida

Save-the-date: NuMat 2016, 7-10 November 2016, Montpellier, France

Thank you to everyone who attended NuMat 2014, to read a summary of the event, please click here. We hope to see you again in Montpellier in 2016.

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Young Scientist Award Application form available.

The NuMat organizing committee wishes to announce the third meeting in the series will be held at Clearwater Beach, Florida, USA in 2014. This preeminent nuclear materials conference created in association with The Journal of Nuclear Materials serves as a forum for presentation of high impact research results related to nearly all aspects of nuclear materials science including topics related to fission and fusion reactors and the overall nuclear fuel cycle. As with previous conferences, NuMat 2014 will combine eight topic tracks in four parallel sessions. The topic tracks are as follows:

2014 Topic Tracks:

  • Thermodynamics and Thermophysics of Nuclear Fuel and Materials (TNF and ST2NM)
  • Materials Modelling and Simulation of Nuclear Fuels (MMSNF)
  • Radiation Stability of Complex Microstructures (RSCM)
  • Molten Salts for Nuclear Applications (MSNA)
  • Structural and Functional Materials for Fission and Fusion Reactors (SFMFR)
  • Structural Materials Modeling and Simulation (SMMS)
  • Fuels Behavior under Neutron Irradiation, Post Irradiation Examination, Advanced Instrumentation and Characterization Techniques, and Stored Fuel Behavior
  • Behavior of Materials During Severe Accidents and Accident Tolerant Fuels

The organizers encourage scientists involved in experimental and theoretical studies to participate, particularly in studies aimed at understanding fundamental properties of nuclear fuels and materials under irradiation.

Organised by

Elsevier

In co-operation with

IAEA

Silver Sponsors

Sponsor: INL
Silver Sponsor: Netzsch
Sponsor: ATR logo
OAK RIDGE

Sponsors

Pacific Northwest
TerraPower
Transatomic Power

Exhibitors

Exhibitor: AECL logo
Exhibitor: Argonne logo
Sponsor: INL
Silver Sponsor: Netzsch
Exhibitor: AECL logo
Exhibitor: Thermo-Calc

Supporting Publication

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