A greater use of nuclear energy will be required to achieve sustainable emissions-free energy production and energy use while economically meeting the requirements of security of supply (energy independence) and growing demand. Nuclear energy will continue to make a substantial contribution to meet the world’s energy needs based on the sound foundation of existing reactor technology, infrastructure and resources (natural resources and human capital). To ensure that nuclear energy can contribute its full potential, reactor and related nuclear technologies, in particular nuclear fuel cycles, must continue to evolve. Heavy Water Reactor (HWR) technology is uniquely suited to respond to the future needs because of its inherent technical characteristics and associated fuel cycle flexibility. With the looming renaissance of nuclear power, major plans for new builds have been established or considered in many countries. In cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS) is organizing the International Conference on the future of HWR (HWR-Future). This conference is aimed at providing a forum for discussion of advancements and issues, sharing information and technology transfer, and establishing future collaborations on reactor design, fuel design, material and chemistry, thermal-hydraulics and safety, and operating experience for HWRs. The official language of the symposium is English.
Call for Papers announcement (June 10 2011)
“Fuel CHF Enhancement – Technologies to improve safety margin, enhance power output, and mitigate ageing effect”
“Current Developments and Challenges In Heavy Water Reactor Physics Analyses”
Use this Microsoft Word templates for submission of Full Paper
Submit on-line abstracts and papers at https://www.softconf.com/c/cns_fhwr2011/.
To help with planning, authors are kindly asked to log on to the electronic submission system and input the title and main author of their planned paper even before making the full submission.
|Submission of on-line abstracts||March 14, 2011|
|Acceptance/author notification||April 04, 2011|
|Draft paper submission||June 20, 2011|
|Comments on draft paper sent to authors||July 11, 2011|
|Final paper submission||August 22, 2011|
|Earlybird discount registration||August 23, 2011|
The final program has been established based on submissions and registration information. Please review and contact us if there is any schedule conflict.
A tour of the AECL Chalk River Laboratories (http://www.aecl.ca/Science/CRL.htm) has been planned on 2011 October 06. Please sign up at the registration desk (spaces are limited).
|March 14, 2011||Submission of on-line abstracts|
|April 04, 2011||Notification of paper acceptance sent to authors|
|June 20, 2011||Draft paper submission|
|July 11, 2011||Comments on draft paper to authors|
|August 22, 2011||Final paper submission|
|August 23, 2011||Earlybird discount registration|
|Oct. 02 – 05, 2011||Int. Conf. on Future of HWRs|
|October 06, 2011||Technical tour of Chalk River Lab.|
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