Innovative Technologies for Nuclear Fuel Cycles and Nuclear Power
Proceedings of an International Conference held in Vienna, Austria, 23–26 June 2003

C&S Papers Series (Print) No. 24

Subject Classification: 0800-Nuclear fuel cycle and waste management

English IAEA-CSP-24/P; (ISBN:92-0-110704-8); € 15.00; Date Published: 2004

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The International Atomic Energy Agency, in cooperation with the World Nuclear Association, the World Energy Council, the International Science and Technology Center and the Electric Utilities Cost Group, organized the International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Nuclear Fuel Cycles and Nuclear Power, held in Vienna from 23 to 26 June 2003. The main objectives of the Conference were to facilitate exchange of information between senior experts and policy makers from Member States and international organizations on important aspects of the development of innovative technologies for future generations of nuclear power reactors and fuel cycles; to create an understanding of the social, environmental and economic conditions that would facilitate innovative and sustainable nuclear technologies; and to identify opportunities for collaborative work between Member States and international organizations and programmes. In addition to 21 oral presentations and 26 poster presentations of accepted papers, talks on specific topics were given by 21 invited speakers from 11 Member States. All relevant aspects of innovative technologies for nuclear fuel cycles and nuclear power were discussed in an open, frank and objective manner. This publication includes an executive summary of the conference and the papers presented.

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