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June 11–14, 2023
Indianapolis, IN|Marriott Indianapolis Downtown
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Art exhibit visits IIT
Nuclear power plant cooling towers are easily recognizable for their familiar hyperboloid shape. But an art exhibit running at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago aims to give visitors a different perspective.
The Art of the Reactor, an exhibit by the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History and hosted by IIT’s Lewis College of Science and Letters, opened on November 4 and runs until Sunday, December 4 at Hermann Hall on the IIT campus.
International High-Level Radioactive Waste Management Conference
Wednesday, November 16, 2022|10:00–11:45AM MST|Lantana
Caitlin Condon (PNNL)
Emily R. Stein
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Two Decades of Safety Case Development
Manuel Capouet (Ondraf/Niras), Ulrich Noseck (Gesellschaft für Anlagen- und Reaktorsicherheit (GRS)), Paul Smith (Safety Assessment Management)
Presented by Tom Peake (US EPA)
Implementation of the French Cigéo Geological Disposal Project
Jean-Michel Hoorelbeke (ANDRA - French National Radioactive Waste Agency)
Development of the Repository Layout Options for the HLW Disposal in Japan
Tetsuhiro Ichimura (Nuclear Waste Management Org. Japan), Satoru Suzuki (Nuclear Waste Management Org. Japan), Yoichi Yamamoto (Nuclear Waste Management Org. Japan)
Case Studies of the Repository Layout Design in the Virtual SDMs
Satoru Suzuki (Nuclear Waste Management Org. Japan), Tetsuhiro Ichimura (Nuclear Waste Management Org. Japan), Hiromitsu Saegusa (Nuclear Waste Management Org. Japan), Yoshito Kitagawa (Nuclear Waste Management Org. Japan)
Evaluating Geologic Disposal Pathways for Advanced Reactor Spent Fuels
David C. Sassani (Sandia), Laura L. Price (Sandia), Heeho D. Park (Sandia), Edward Matteo (Sandia), Paul E. Mariner (Sandia)
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