The International Youth Nuclear Congress 2020 last call for papers will be open until November 15th.
IYNC has decided to open a last call for papers, do not miss this final opportunity!
An important aspect of the IYNC has always been the Technical Content. IYNC is the perfect platform to share your latest works and research with other participants from all around the world as we believe that communicating, debating and sharing ideas is paramount to moving forward. The communication and discussions with other professionals is enhanced by the the young spirit of the congress.
In this sense, we would like you to participate in this conversation by submitting your contribution and presenting it through an oral or poster presentation during the conference. The contributions will undergo a peer-review process, and the best papers will be published in the Journal of Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Science.
From October 1st to November 15th, IYNC2020 will be accepting final contributions to Oral Presentations or Posters via the IYNC2020 Indico System. Technical tracks:
- Operation, Maintenance and Design Modification of Reactor Systems
- Advanced Nuclear Systems and Fusion technologies
- Neutronics and Reactor Physics
- Nuclear Materials
- Nuclear Safety, Security and Radiation Protection
- Nuclear Fuel Cycle, Waste Management and Decommissioning
- Nuclear Policy, Economics and Social Issues
- Communication, Education and Knowledge Management
- Non-Power applications: Medicine, Biology and Industry
Further details of the technical track scope are available to help you identify which your work and research aligns to.
IYNC encourages students and young professionals from ages 18 to 37 to submit papers for the conference. Please note that applications from all ages and backgrounds are also welcome.
Thank you very much for contributing and increasing the technical quality of IYNC2020!
We will see you in Sydney!
If you have any questions, comments or you want to further discuss the IYCN2020 Technical Tracks please contact the IYNC2020 Technical Tracks Manager Ignacio Gomez.