International Conference «XXI Century: Nuclear Technologies and Nonproliferation Problems»

1 September 2015
 September 1, 2015
Category: News

International Conference «XXI Century: Nuclear Technologies and Nonproliferation Problems» will be held in Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan on October 7-9, 2015. The main issues that will be discussed at the conference are the modern state of the atomic energy and nuclear technologies, strengthening of nonproliferation regimes and international cooperation, problems of nuclear technologies transfer, and law enforcement issues of nonproliferation. The conference will be a valuable platform for the exchange of ideas and establishment of international collaboration in the field of non-proliferation. The conference will be a great contribution in creation of an international nonproliferation culture and the basis for development of the training courses for the nuclear technical specialists and scientists.

Conference Topics

Section 1. “Modern State and Prospects of Development for Atomic Energy and Nuclear Technologies in the World”

Section 2. “History and Modern State of Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime”

Section 3. “Problems of Nuclear Technology Transfer”

Section 4. “Strengthening of Nonproliferation Regimes and International Cooperation”

Section 5. “Law Enforcement Issues of Nonproliferation”

Section 6. “Nonproliferation and Nuclear Security Education and Training”

In the framework of the conference we will also carry out

Round Table “A Look at Current Problems of Nuclear Nonproliferation” (Venue– Park Inn Hotel Astana, date – October 6, 2015)

Young Scientist  Symposium: «Addressing Emerging Nonproliferation Challenges» (Venue– Park Inn Hotel Astana, date – October 9, 2015).

Supported by:

Ministry for Energy RK, Committee for Atomic and Energy Supervision and Control ME RK, International Science and Technology Centre, Nuclear Technology Safety Center, Association “Nuclear Society of Kazakhstan”

For more details see conference web-site: http://ntnp.kz/en/main

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