International Conference on

Nuclear Energy

Paris, France   September 23-24, 2019

Nuclear Energy 2019

Theme: Emerging power of Nuclear Energy

International Conference on Nuclear Energy plans to assemble all the researchers, scientists, business professionals, professors from all over the world to Paris, France. We are pleased to welcome all of you and analyse the researches at the “Nuclear Energy 2019” which will be held on September 23-24, 2019. Enormous arrangements are done for plenary lectures, keynote talks, courses by eminent personalities from around the globe in addition to poster presentations, young researcher sessions, symposiums, workshops, and exhibitions with the theme: ‘Emerging Power of Nuclear Energy’ to realize ample opportunities for resolving the challenges. Nuclear Energy 2019 is covering all the major and minor topics like Nuclear Medicine, Nuclear Reactions, Effect of Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Safety and Security, Radioactive Waste, Nuclear Law.

 

Session 1Nuclear Reactions

Nuclear reactions artificially obtained to produce the nuclear energy. Nuclear reactions may be shown in a form similar to chemical equations, for which invariant mass must be balance for each side of the equation and in which transformations of particles must follow certain conservation laws. There are different types of nuclear reactions like nuclear fissionnuclear fusion.

Nuclear Reaction Conference | Nuclear Fission Conference | Nuclear Fusion Conference | Nuclear Reaction Congress | Nuclear Reaction Meeting

Related Associations

Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation | World Nuclear Association  | International Nuclear Law AssociationInternational Atomic Energy Agency

Session 2: Nuclear Reactor

Nuclear reactors are used to control the self-sustained chain reactions. Nuclear reactors are used to in the nuclear powerplants and also these are designed to generate electricity, to which the explanations below will now be restricted, the heated fluid can be gas, water or a liquid metal.

Nuclear Reactor Conference | Nuclear Reactor Congress Nuclear Reactor Meeting | Nuclear Reactor Symposium

Related Associations

International Nuclear Regulatory Association OECD Nuclear Energy AgencyWorld Energy Council Nuclear Industry AssociationInternational Energy Agency

Session 3Nuclear Materials

Nuclear materials most commonly refer to fissile materials that are capable of sustaining a chain reaction in a process that releases energy called nuclear fission. The materials include isotopes of uranium, thorium, and plutonium.

Nuclear Material Conference | Material Conference | Nuclear Material Congress | Nuclear Material Meeting

Related Associations

Oecd Nuclear Energy Agency | World Associations Of Nuclear Operators | International Nuclear Information System | Australia Nuclear Science and Technology Organization

Session 4Nuclear Fuel

Nuclear Fuel is a substance that is used in nuclear power stations to produce heat to power turbines. Heat is created when nuclear fuel undergoes to a reaction. Most of the nuclear fuel elements contain fissile elements which are capable of the reaction.

Nuclear Fuel Conference | Nuclear Fuel CongressNuclear Materials Congress | Nuclear Fuel Meetings

Related Associations

American Nuclear SocietyWorld Nuclear AssociationNuclear Industry Association | International Nuclear Regulatory Association

Session 5: Nuclear Radiation

Nuclear Radiation is the energy in the process of being transmitted due to the reaction. It may take in such forms as light, tiny particles which are too small to see. These all are considered as non-ionizing radiation through at least some ultraviolet radiation is considered to be ionizing.

  • Types of Radiation

  • Effects of Radiation

Nuclear Radiation Conference | Radiation Conference | Radiation Congress | Nuclear Radiation Meeting

Related Associations

Nuclear Energy Agency | World Energy Council  | International Nuclear Regulatory Association  | American Nuclear Society

Session 6: Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear Medicine is a speciality involving the application of radioactive substance in the diagnosis and treatment of the disease. In nuclear medicine, imaging radiopharmaceuticals are taken internally which will be helpful for capturing the image by the emission of radiation from these radiopharmaceuticals.

Nuclear Medicine Conference | Radiotherapy Conference | Nuclear Medicine Congress | Nuclear Medicine Meeting

Related Associations

International Energy Agency  | International Atomic Energy Agency | Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation  | International Nuclear Society Council

Session 7: Nuclear Law

Nuclear law is the law related to the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. This nuclear law has distinct aspects i.e the protection against the radiation hazards connected with the peaceful application of nuclear energy and radioactive substances and the prevention of non-peaceful uses of nuclear energy by means of safeguard systems.

Nuclear law Conference | Nuclear Law Congress | Nuclear Law Meeting | Nuclear Law Symposium

Related Associations

International Nuclear Law Association | International Atomic Energy Agency | Nuclear Industry Association | International Nuclear Society Council

Session 8: Radioactive Waste

Depending on the nuclear waste decay mode and the pharmacokinetics the threat will differ by the given activity of radioisotope. Waste is also generated by the decommissioning of nuclear plants.

  • Nuclear Decommissioning

  • Nuclear Waste

Radioactive Waste Conference | Nuclear Decommissioning Conference | Nuclear Waste Conference | Nuclear Radioactive Waste Congress

Related Associations

International Nuclear Law AssociationAustralia Nuclear Science and Technology organization | International Energy AgencyWomen In Nuclear Energy

Session 9:  Nuclear Safety and Security

The prevention and detection of and response to, theft, sabotage, unauthorized access, illegal transfer or other malicious acts involving nuclear material, other radioactive substances or their associated facilities. Nuclear safety and security will cover the limitation on exposure of radiation.

  • Control of Nuclear Weapons

  • Nuclear safeguards

Nuclear Safety Conference | Nuclear Security Conference | Nuclear Safety and Security Conference | Nuclear Safety Congress | Nuclear Security Congress

Related Associations

Nuclear Energy AgencyInternational Nuclear Society Council | OECD Nuclear Energy AgencyWorld Nuclear Association

Session 10: Effect of Nuclear Energy

The effect of nuclear is seen in every organism of the environment from bacteria to plant to human beings. The damage it causes depends on the level of radiation and the resiliency of the organism. Radiation causes molecules to lose electrons thus destroying it. High doses of radiation can be devastating to the environment.

  • Environment

  • Human health

Nuclear Effect Conference | Nuclear Effect Congress | Nuclear Effect Meeting | Nuclear Effect Symposium

Related Associations

Nuclear Energy Agency  | Women In Nuclear  | American Nuclear Society  | International Nuclear Society Council

Session 11: Applications of Nuclear

There are many applications on nuclear technology which are used directly or indirectly. The nuclear technologies working with the different isotopes of the same element. Nuclear technology can be used for other applications in various fields like industries, military, agriculture, medicine, economy etc.

Nuclear Application Conference | Nuclear Applications Congress | Nuclear Application Meeting

Related Associations

Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation  | Australia Nuclear Science and Technology organization  | International Nuclear Regulatory Association  | World Nuclear Association

Session 12: Recent Trends in Nuclear

Recently there are a lot of tracking trends are going on the nuclear energy supply and demand around the globe in all fields like climate change, environment, energy safety etc. these inventions are also giving significant research on reactors, fuel cycle, designs.

Nuclear Energy Conference  | Nuclear Energy Congress | Nuclear Energy Meeting | Nuclear Energy Workshop

Related Associations

International Atomic Energy Agency | International Nuclear Society Council  | Women In NuclearWorld Energy Council

Market Analysis

Rapid growth in population across the world along with the improved lifestyle resulted in demand of increase in energy in the household. The rising in demand for energy due variety of products driving by industrial developments, technological advancements, and clean power demand with depleting fossil fuels. Currently, there are 435 operational power plants across 30 countries in the world. Over 71 reactors are under construction phase in 14 countries.

Nuclear Power is the major source of energy in France, with a 40% share of consumption of energy in 2015. Nuclear power is the largest source of electricity in the country, with a generation of 416.8 TWh, or 76.3% of the country's total production of 546 TWh, the highest percentage in the world.

Top Universities in France

  • PSL University

  • Sorbanne University

  • École Polytechnique

  • Paris Diderot University

Top universities in World

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Georgia Institute of technology

  • University of California Berkeley

  • Purdue University

  • Texas A&M University

  • Ohio State University

  • Ghent University

  • Regents University

  • Imperial College

  • Tohoku University

  • Tsinghua University

Top Universities in the USA

  • University of Michigan

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Texas A&M University

  • North Carolina State University

  • University of California

  •  University of Illinois

  • University of Wisconsin

Top Universities in Europe

  • Cambridge University

  • Imperial College

  • ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

  • Oxford University

  • École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

  • Technical University Munich

  • Delft University of Technology

  • KU Leuven

Top Universities in Asia

  • University of Tokyo

  • National University of Singapore (NUS)

  • Tsinghua University

  • Kyoto University

  • Tokyo Institute of Technology

  • KAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

  • Nanyang Technological University (NTU)

  • Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)

Associations In Nuclear

  • World Nuclear Association,

  • International Nuclear Law Association,

  • International Atomic Energy Agency,

  • Nuclear Industry Association,

  • International Nuclear Society Council

  • International Nuclear Regulatory Association

  • American Nuclear Society

  • International Energy Agency

  • OECD Nuclear Energy Agency

 

  • Nuclear Reactions
  • Nuclear Reactor
  • Nuclear Materials
  • Nuclear Fuel
  • Nuclear Radiation
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Nuclear Law
  • Radioactive Waste
  • Nuclear Safety and Security
  • Effect of Nuclear Energy
  • Applications of Nuclear Energy
  • Recent Trends in Nuclear Energy

4 Organizing Committee Members

7 Renowned Speakers

Salah Ud-Din Khan

King Saud University, Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia

Yan Wang,

Institute of Nuclear and New Energy Technology
China

Mostafa Ramzy

ADNOC Group
United Arab Emirates

Archana Choubey

Jawaharlal Nehru University
India

G.S.Rothwel

OECD
France

Ramandeep Singh Sidhu

Bathinda Colleage Of Law
India

Yanhua Zheng

Tsinghua University
China

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