Meetings/Workshops on Nuclear Energy in Japan

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NAWG-16 — 16th Workshop of the Natural Analogue Working Group
15 Oct 2019 - 18 Oct 2019 • Yamagata, Japan
Abstract:
The NAWG-16 workshop will be an opportunity to explore recent developments in the use of natural analogues (NA) in supporting safety cases (SC) for the disposal of radioactive wastes. Argumentation by use of analogy is well established in many fields including philosophy, biology, linguistics and law and most scientists are familiar with this approach and will have used it at some point in their career. If you are keen to learn more, why not come along?
Contact:
Phone: [+41765313607];     Email: russell@bedrock-geosciences.com
Topics:
radioactive waste, natural analogues, rachaeological analogues, natural systems, safety case, stakeholder communications, long-term evidence of safety, near-field studies, far-field studies, geosphere, engineered barrier systems
Event listing ID:
1198999
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SNA+MC2020 — Joint International Conference on Supercomputing in Nuclear Applications + Monte Carlo 2020
18 May 2020 - 22 May 2020 • Tokyo , Japan
Organizer:
Computational Science & Engineering Division (CSED) of the Atomic Energy Society of Japan (AESJ)
Abstract:
SNA+MC 2020 will cover not only the traditional conference topics, but also special topics relevant to Fukushima Recovery & Decommissioning, Virtual Reactor & Virtual ADS, AI Technologies in the Nuclear Field, and Monte Carlo Simulation for Medical and Life Science.
Event listing ID:
1271648
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Last updated: 12 September 2019