The Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (INMM), the European Safeguards Research and Development Association (ESARDA), and the INMM Japan Chapter are pleased to announce the workshop: Future Challenges for the Enhancement of International Safeguards and Nuclear Security. This is the ninth workshop in the series and the third to be hosted by the INMM Japan Chapter.
SAVE THE DATE: October 7-10, 2019
LOCATION: Tokyo International Exchange Center (TIEC)
Plaza HEISEI (3rd & 4th floor), Tokyo Japan
ACCOMMODATION: Please Click Here for a Local Map and Accomodations Information.
(All Prices are in USD)
|INMM & ESARDA Members
|Banquet Ticket for Companion
Registration fee includes welcoming reception, workshop banquet, and coffee break.
to Register! Online Registration Closes Monday, September 23, 2019
please use code "ESARDA19" to receive the member rate. Please note this will be verified with ESARDA before the start of the workshop.
INMM Japan Chapter has arranged the following optional overnight tours after the workshop for an additional fee. The optional tours will depart in the afternoon of October 10th from the meeting facility and will conclude in the evening of October 11th in downtown Tokyo.
- Tour 1: Rokkasho Nuclear Fuel Cycle Facilities of Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited.
- Tour 2: Fukushima Dai-ichi, Nuclear Power Plant of TokyoElectric Company.
- Tour 3: Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
for more information on the optional tours and local accommodations
Cancellation policy of workshop
Cancellations must be submitted in writing to INMM Headquarters on or before 8/31/2019. Cancellations received after 8/31/2019 will forfeit the registration fee.
Should you require a visa for entering Japan please contact the nearest consular representative of Japan as early as possible. If you need any supporting document to obtain your Visa contact:
Secretariat Office of INMM Japan Chapter
Phone: +81 3 6371 5830
Fax: +81 3 6371 5808
The program will feature an opening plenary with invited speakers, 4 working groups, and a closing summary plenary. The working groups for the 2019 workshop are:
- WG-1: International Safeguards
- WG-2: Nuclear Security
- WG-3: Nonproliferation and Arms Control
- WG-4: Nuclear Knowledge Retention
Working groups 1, 2, and 3 will have concurrent sessions running throughout the workshop and the chairs of these working groups will provide a summary of the outcomes during the closing plenary. Working group 4 on nuclear knowledge retention will be conducted as a special plenary session for all participants.
The working group sessions are being designed to provide an interactive exchange among all the participants. Designated facilitators will moderate the discussion using a combination of invited speakers to set the stage for the discussion and an integration of the submitted abstracts. As such, the authors of accepted abstracts should not expect to make a presentation on their topic, rather they should be prepared to provide an oral description of their contribution when called upon by the facilitator as part of the integrated discussion.