May 1-2, 2018
Discovery Hall, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
INMM Pacific Northwest Chapter
INMM Nonproliferation & Arms Control Tech Division
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
902 Battelle Boulevard
Important scientific developments will change the paradigm for nuclear materials processing and signature discovery, influencing the fields of nuclear forensics, nonproliferation, signature discovery and the assessment of nuclear security vulnerabilities.
Plutonium-producing B-Reactor at Hanford in 1944.
This INMM Workshop will focus on emerging technologies, techniques and methods for nuclear materials science processing and its applications to nonproliferation and nuclear forensics. A special session, "Introduction to Plutonium," and poster session are planned. Students are encouraged to participate.
Abstracts have now closed. If you submitted an abstract for one of the following topics, you will be contacted by one of the organizers.
- Nuclear Material Processing and Nonproliferation
- Signature Science
- Nuclear Forensics
- Nuclear Materials Science and Its Relevancy to Treaties and Policies
- Developing the Next Generation Expert
If submitting a poster abstract, please note that the poster size is 36" wide by 48" high.
All papers and posters will be considered for a companion special issue of the Journal of Nuclear Materials Management (JNMM), if you express interest.
Program/Schedule of Events
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U.S. Citizens can use the Register Now! link to register, or use this form. It is now too late for foreign nationals to register. Online registration will close April 30. Onsite registration will be available through the event.
Registration Fees -- Full Conference
INMM Members: $600
Sustaining Members: $650
Student Members: $150
Student Non-Members: $200
Registration Fees -- One-Day Only
INMM Members: $300
Sustaining Members: $325
Student Members: $75
Student Non-Members: $100
The workshop will take place at the beautiful new building on the PNNL campus -- Discovery Hall. For more information on where the building is located, download the PNNL Campus Map below.
PNNL Campus Map
Visiting the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
For additional information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call +1-856-380-6813.