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Materials in Nuclear Energy Systems (MiNES 2023)
December 10–14, 2023
New Orleans, LA|New Orleans Marriott
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U.K., South Korea form new clean energy partnership
The United Kingdom has announced a new partnership with South Korea to accelerate the clean energy transition by strengthening cooperation on low-carbon technologies, domestic climate policies, and civil nuclear energy.
Signed November 22 in London by British energy security and net zero secretary Claire Coutinho and South Korean minister for trade, industry, and energy Moon Kyu Bang, the partnership promotes U.K.-South Korean business collaboration, addressing barriers to trade and encouraging mutual development of the two nations’ energy sectors.
September 25–29, 2022
14th International Conference on Radiation Shielding and 21st Topical Meeting of the Radiation Protection and Shielding Division
Seattle, WA|Seattle Marriott Waterfront
ICRS 14/RPSD 2022
Our meeting vision is to ensure attendees leave with renewed interest in their field of expertise by exposing them to new tools that make them more effective, showing them the value of membership in the RPSD community, and providing an enjoyable destination for the meeting. We will emphasize the technical intersection between tool developers and user applications, taking advantage of the synergy between the two diverse groups of attendees. Through the planned technical sessions, workshops, plenary talks, and social events, we hope to provide an environment that is ideal for the two communities to engage in productive technical discussions, establish collaborations, and build community.
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You are invited to submit your work for a special issue of Nuclear Science and Engineering. Details
Enhance your visibility at the ICRS 14/RPSD-2022 by becoming a sponsor. All sponsors are recognized on the meeting website, and in the Preliminary and Official Programs. All sponsors will also be acknowledged at the Opening Plenary and on signage displayed throughout the meeting. Sponsorship packages are limited, so reserve your sponsorship package early. View our Sponsorship and Exhibitor Prospectus
Dear ICRS 14/RPSD 2022 authors,
ICRS 14/RPSD 2022 has partnered with Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE) to publish a special issue of papers derived from the conference. You are invited to submit your work for consideration in the issue. If interested, please contact Publications Chair Jeffrey Favorite and/or submit directly into NSE’s peer review system before November 29, 2022.
Visit NSE’s Editorial Manager peer review system at https://www.editorialmanager.com/nse/default1.aspx.
In your manuscript notes, please write, “This paper is intended for consideration in the ICRS 14/RPSD 2022 special issue.”
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I also welcome any questions to me directly at email@example.com. We are looking forward to your submission.
My very best,Dr. Farzad RahnemaNuclear Science and Engineering Editor-in-Chiefhttps://www.tandfonline.com/journals/unse20
We are proud to follow in the long tradition of joint RPSD-ICRS meetings and hope to achieve the success of the last meeting in Paris (2016). Our meeting vision is to ensure attendees leave with renewed interest in their field of expertise by exposing them to new tools that make them more effective, showing them the value of membership in the RPSD and ICRS communities, and providing an enjoyable destination for the meeting. We hope to provide an environment for tool developers, code users, theoreticians, and experimentalists to engage in productive discussions, establish collaborations, and build community in the foreground of scientific advancements and challenges in radiation protection and shielding.