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​GEN IV International Forum is happy to announce that they are resuming their webinar series on Gen IV systems and cross-cutting subjects. Mr. Ilya Pakhomov from IPPE, Russia, will give a webinar on the operating experiance of BN600 and BN800 sodium-cooled fast reactors, on December 19th at 5:30 AM (PST); 8:30 AM (EST).

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The Nuclear Science User Facilities (NSUF) Industry Advisory Meeting is hosted by the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and organized by the Department of Energy Office of Nuclear Energy (DOE-NE) NSUF program and the DOE-NE GAIN (Gateway for Accelerated Innovation in Nuclear) initiative.  It is an opportunity for the nuclear power industry to find out what the NSUF is, how it can benefit the industry, and how to get involved.  It is also intended to be an open forum for providing feedback to the program so that it continues to be a valuable asset to the nation.  Invitees are encouraged to come prepared with questions for NSUF and GAIN and to think about how NSUF can be leveraged for their company’s benefit.
This year's workshop coincides with ORNL's 75th Anniversary "Nuclear Week" celebration, which will include networking opportunities for all.

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This International meeting is a broad-based meeting focused on areas of nuclear energy, engineering and science, and policy issues that accompany nuclear energy programs throughout the Pacific Rim. The meeting is sponsored by the Pacific Nuclear Council and ANS.
Design and pitch the next XPRIZE in the next XPRIZE in 1 of our 5 Grand Challenge Areas
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The American Nuclear Society is excited to invite you to join us in the city of brotherly love, Philadelphia, PA from June 17-21, for the 2018 ANS Annual Meeting, which will be held at the Marriott Philadelphia Downtown.

In addition to an impressive list of government and industry leaders, we are also planning several outstanding hot-topic technical sessions and popular plenary speakers, along with the Nuclear Fuels & Structural Materials for Next Generation Nuclear Reactor embedded meeting, which will attract professionals from across the nation and internationally.
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Please join us to gather stakeholder input related to advanced sensors, instrumentation, and proocess control technologies for advanced reactors.
In 2018 we’ll be headed to Atlanta Georgia’s Marriott Marquis!  Below are just a few of the sessions and activities that will happen during the conference:

1. Teacher Workshop on Saturday before the conference
2. Social Event on Sunday night
3. Leadership Development session for participants
4. Headshot Lounge available Monday during the NAYGN sessions

Some of the other sessions include:

1. Political climate of nuclear power
2. Economic impact of a nuclear plant
3. Energy markets
The USNIC Ready4Nuclear Western Nuclear Suppliers Workshop will include a platform for companies, suppliers, and innovators to present, discuss and display new and developing technology to attendees as part of the Workshop. This is your chance to showcase technology or processes that your company or organization is using or developing to key nuclear energy decision-makers within the nuclear industry. During networking times you will be able to showcase your company's products to a captive audience of industry and government influentials, allowing you to expand your reach, interact with key decision-makers, and leave with a network to move your initiatives and products forward.
This is an invitation only symposium to provide a candid discussion of state of the High Temperature Reactor (HTR) technology and the prospects for, and challenges to, commercialization of HTRs.  We will seek insights from energy 'thought leaders' outside the HTR community.

May 10, 2018
Location:  Idaho National Laboratory Meeting Center Room A102, 775 University Boulevard, Idaho Falls, Idaho.
The American Nuclear Society and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission have organized a workshop for industry partners to develop a strategic vision for advanced reactors standards. The workshop will provide an opportunity for designers, vendors, owners, regulators, and representatives of standards development organizations (SDOs) to discuss standards needs to support advanced reactors. The workshop will include a brief introduction before allowing most of the time for breakout sessions to achieve the goal of developing a path forward and setting priorities for the development of standards from across all SDOs. Participants are asked to come prepared with suggestions for revising existing standards or developing new standards. There is no fee to participate in person or remotely (webinar/teleconference); however, physical attendance is strongly encouraged for optimum engagement. Registration is required by Friday, April 13, 2018.
Develop Siting, Supply Chain and Construction Strategies to Reduce Nth-of-a-Kind Deployment Costs

The World’s Largest SMR and Advanced Reactor Meeting Point
NRC's 30th annual RIC — the largest technical meeting sponsored by the NRC – bringing together diverse groups of stakeholders to learn, share, and discuss information on significant, timely and emerging regulatory activities.

NEW! The RIC is free and open to the public.  There is no registration fee but participants must register to attend the conference. Pre-registration for the RIC will be available online beginning in early January 2018. All interested in attending the conference are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity to register online to avoid lines at the conference facility registration service desk.
Join your colleagues from nearly 70 nations at the meeting that the global minerals, metals, and materials community calls home.
Facilitate a discussion between technology developers, energy users, and investors to identify gaps and needs associated with deployment of advanced reactors. Also provide information on the regulatory environment and incentives used to support deployment of advanced reactors.
* Third Way Advanced Nuclear Summit III
* NEI Nuclear R*D Summit
* GAIN - EPRI - NEI Enabling Advanced REactors for the Market Symposium

Now in its fifth year, the Advanced Reactors Summit V will take place at the world-renowned Texas A&M University after successive ground-breaking Summits at Argonne National Laboratory, the University of Massachusetts Lowell and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The Summit V will continue its focus on showcasing technology developers and advancing solutions on the cost and deployment timeframe of advanced reactors, as well as practical ideas and concepts that have the potential of significantly improving advanced reactor design, deployment, and operations.
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