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Emerging Digital Technologies for Nonproliferation and Nuclear Security Workshop
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Emergining Digital Technologies

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September 9-11, 2020
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Livermore, California

Co-Hosted By

INMM California Chapter
INMM Pacific Chapter
INMM Southwest Chapter


To address challenges and opportunities from emerging digital technologies for the nuclear materials management community, the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management’s California, Southwest, and Pacific Northwest chapters are hosting a joint workshop on Emerging Digital Technologies for Nonproliferation and Nuclear Security and are soliciting abstract proposals in the following areas:

  • Development of emerging digital technologies and approaches specific to nuclear security  and nonproliferation
  • Novel applications of existing digital technologies and approaches to the nuclear security and nonproliferation domains
  • Studies on impacts, risks, consequences and implications related to the implementation of emerging digital technologies and approaches to nuclear security and nonproliferation

Examples of digital technologies and approaches for this domain might include:

  • Physical technologies and infrastructure, such as next generation sensors, autonomous and unmanned systems, “wearables,” virtual and augmented reality
  • Analytical methodologies and platforms, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, cloud computing, video and data analytics, multiparty computing and simulation
  • Information security and assurance, such as encryption, blockchain and quantum security
  • New and big data, such as patterns of life, social media, multimedia, informational sensing

Abstract Submission

The Call for Abstracts Announced!

Click Here to download the Call For Abstracts


Foreign Nationals will need to register by July 1, 2020

US Citizens will need to register by August 1, 2020

Registration Fees 

Member - $450Non-member - $550Sustaining - $500Student (member) - $75Student (non-member) - $100One day - $250

Hotel Accommodations

Please Click Here for a list of local hotel and links to book


For additional information, email, or call +1-856-380-6813.