Nuclear Science: Physics Helping the World

27 - 28 September 2005
Vienna, Austria


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Scientific Forum Presentations 2005
Session1: Nuclear Energy: Promise and Problems
- Burton Richter
  Nuclear Energy for Sustainable Energy
Growth in Developing Countries

- Ricardo Galvao
  Fusion is urgent needed for the developing countries
- Jiangang LI
  Energy Needs, Developing Countries and ICTP
- K.R. Sreenivasan
  Industrial Production of Fusion Energy will be the Next Step
- EP Velikhov
Session 2: Better Materials for Nuclear Energy
- S.Banerjee
  Applications of Nuclear Physics: Furture Trends.
- Ralph Eichler
  INIS: Nuclear Information Helping the World.
- Taghrid ATIEH
  Uses of Radiation for Development and Welfare.
- Sueo MACHI
  Nuclear Measurements
- Roland Schenkel
Session 3: Interface of Nuclear and Biotechnologies.
Dr. Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart

Sustainability as a Challenge to Radiotherapy in Nigeria.
-Pro. S.B. Elegba

  Advances in Radiotherapy
-Prof. Thomas Rockwell Mackie
  PACT: IAEA Programme of Action for Cancer Therapy.
- Massoud Samiei
  Imaging for Cancer Therapy
- Wolfgang Schlegel
Session 4: Safty from the Operator’s Perspective: We are All in this Together.
- Jim Ellis
  The Future of Technical Knowledge Management
-Chang-Sun KANG
  The Global Safety Regime - Setting the Stage
- Richard A. Meserve
  Prevention as the main objective for regulatory practices related to Research Reactors.
  Risk in the Public’s Eyes: Incorporating Risks and Public Outreach
-Jacques-Emmanuel Saulnier
  Learning from Disasters
-Richard Taylor
Session GC: Highlights of the IAEA Scientific Forum Nuclear Science: Physics Helping the World
- Dr. Burton Richter
  Report to the 49th Regular Session of the IAEA General Conference from the 8th Scientific Forum.
- Prof. Dr. Burton Richter


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