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ANA 2022 Conference: Progress in Nuclear

Australian Nuclear Association Conference

Date: Friday, 8 April 2022, 9.00 am – 5.00 pm AEST
Venue: UTS Aerial Function Centre, Level 7, UTS Building 10, 235 Jones Street, Ultimo, NSW 
Registration: Registration is required
Entry: The registration fee is $280 including morning tea, a good lunch, afternoon tea, and conference reception ($260 early bird before 31 March), with a concession rate of $120 for students and retired ANA members
Conference program: Available from this link
All are welcome

The 14th Australian Nuclear Association Conference on Nuclear Science, Technology, and Engineering is being held on 8 April with the theme of Progress in Nuclear.

  • Progress in Nuclear Power around the World
  • Applications of Nuclear Techniques
  • Advanced Reactors and SMRs
  • The role of Nuclear in addressing Climate Change

This is a great opportunity to hear experts and discuss new developments in Australia and around the world. The ANA2022 Conference will present timely information on important aspects of the uses of nuclear science and technology in Australia and to place developments in Australia in the world context.

Keynote presentations are:

  • The Politics of Nuclear - The Hon. Dr David Gillespie MP, Co-Chair Parliamentary Friends of Nuclear Industries, Member for Lyne, NSW
  • What would be required for nuclear energy plants to be operating in Australia from the 2030s? — Prof Stephen Wilson, University of Queensland
  • ANSTO Achievements and Strategy — Dr Andrew Peele, ANSTO
  • Light Water Reactors — large reactors and SMRs — Tony Irwin, SMR Nuclear Technologies

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