The working language of the conference is English.
Papers are expected to contain descriptions of work that is new, significant, and relevant to the conference scope.
Both abstracts and full-length papers must comply with the following guidelines:
Both abstracts and full-length papers shall be submitted electronically in MS word or Adobe PDF formats (a maximum file size of 5MB) by e-mail to; email@example.com with individual information such as 1) Name, 2) Organization, 3) Address, 4) e-mail address and 5) Telephone number. * Questions related to submissions are accepted through e-mail.
1)Abstracts shall not exceed 300 words. Full-length papers shall be no longer than 6 pages of A4 sized paper. It’s recommended to use the attached “Format_Abstract.doc” and “Format_FullLengthPaper.doc”.
2) Abstracts and full-length papers shall be arranged according to the following guidelines: - Topics ID; Topics ID for abstracts and/or full-length paper shall be indicated referring to “Technical topics” (see appendix “Technical topics” below). - Titles: The paper title shall be in Upper Case, centered in “Times”, “bold” 12 points font type. - Authors; Author’s name(s), belonging organization and “Key words” of contents shall be included in “Times” 10 points font type. -Contents; “Times” 10 points font type in the contents area.
Technical Paper / Abstracts are invited in the following topics.
|1. Radioactive Waste Management Policies, Regulations, and Programs|
|11||Radioactive waste management policies, regulations, and programs.|
|12||Regional or international cooperation activity.|
|13||Social and ethical aspects of radioactive wastes management.|
|14||Activities and programs on education and training.|
|2. Radioactive Wastes Treatment|
|21||Waste volume reduction and characterization|
|22||Waste treatment, packaging, and storage.|
|3. LLW/ILW Disposal|
|31||Disposal Facility Design, Licensing, and Construction.|
|32||Waste transportation. Safety and operational experiences of the disposal facility.|
|33||Site investigation and evaluation.|
|4. Spent Nuclear Fuel (SNF) Storage|
|41||Current status for SNF storage.|
|42||SNF storage facility design, licensing, and construction.|
|43||SNF storage facility operation, maintenance, and monitoring.|
|44||Long-term/extended storage of SNF.|
|5. SNF/HLW Disposal|
|51||Potential host rocks/sites investigation and evaluation.|
|52||Underground research laboratory (URL) development.|
|53||SNF/HLW encapsulation, packaging, and transportation.|
|54||Repository design and performance/safety assessments.|
|6. Decontamination & Decommissioning (D&D)|
|61||Planning and waste minimization.|
|64||Site clean-up and environmental remediation.|