ASNFC 2017

    Second Announcement
    The 4th China-Japan Academic Symposium on Nuclear Fuel Cycle (ASNFC 2017)
    School of Nuclear Science and Technology, Lanzhou University
    17-21 July, 2017, Lanzhou, China
    Sponsored by
    Atomic Energy Society of Japan
    China Nuclear Energy Association
    Chinese Chemical Society
    Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
    Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
    Chinese Nuclear Society
    Japan Atomic Industrial Forum
    China Research Center, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
    Japan-China Science and Technology Exchange Association
    The Japan Society of Nuclear and Radiochemical Sciences
    Organizing Committee
    Organizing Committee of ASNFC 2017
    School of Nuclear Science and Technology, Lanzhou University (LZU)
    Research Laboratory for Nuclear Reactors (RLNR), Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech)
    School of Nuclear Science and Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU)
    Conference Scope
    As a high-density energy with almost no discharge of greenhouse gas, nuclear energy plays an
    important role in long-term energy security and global warming prevention. However, to realize a
    sustainable development of nuclear energy for the future, it is necessary to save uranium resource and minimize radioactive waste. Advanced nuclear fuel cycle can achieve such goals, thus greatly
    contribute to the peaceful use of nuclear power for mankind. To provide a platform for the scientists
    mainly from China and Japan to discuss their academic achievements and exchange scientific
    information related to nuclear fuel cycle, we organized the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd China-Japan Academic
    Symposium on Nuclear Fuel Cycle (ASNFC 2011, ASNFC 2013, ASNFC 2015) in Shanghai (2011
    and 2013) and Tokyo (2015), respectively. Following the previous symposiums of this series, the 4th
    symposium ASNFC 2017 will be held from 17 to 21 July, 2017 in Lanzhou, China.
    The sessions in ASNFC 2017 will cover the following areas:
    Session 1: Basic chemistry of actinides and fission products
    Session 2: Nuclear and radiochemistry related to nuclear fuel cycle
    Session 3: Advanced reprocessing and separation technologies (hydro and pyro processes)
    Session 4: Separation Chemistry of 4f/5f elements
    Session 5: Innovative separation science (Nano-materials, Ionic liquids, etc.)
    Session 6: Separation and Transmutation of fission products on Resourceability
    Session 7: Decommissioning of nuclear facilities, Three wastes treatment
    Session 8: Other relevant subjects

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