Mark your diary for the flagship event of the European Nuclear Society, the prestigious European Nuclear Conference (ENC). It will be held in October 2016 in Warsaw, Poland.

The European Nuclear Conference (ENC) is THE international get-together of nuclear science and industry in Europe. This European Nuclear Society (ENS) event has a multidisciplinary approach, looking at nuclear science and technology in energy production, non-power industrial and life science applications.
ENC 2016 will be a unique networking event for scientists, nuclear industry representatives and policy makers, who can consider and discuss ideas and innovations that will drive the technological developments of the future. It will be organised in close collaboration with the ENS Young Generation offering a Young Generation Support Programme, a Young Generation Excellence Award, as well as the second edition of the ENS Career Advice Event.

The European Nuclear Conference is known for the high standard of papers presented. Key themes of ENC 2016 will include state-of-the-art research and development in areas such as:

Nuclear science applications for industry and society

  • Life science applications
  • Advanced reactor technologies
  • Current reactor technologies and new build
  • Plant operations
  • Nuclear Fuel
  • Waste management, dismantling and decommissioning
  • Safety and Security
  • Education, training and knowledge management
  • Public engagement for nuclear

The ENC 2016 conference programme will evolve around a number of plenary keynote sessions, panel debates and highly focused topical tracks.

The conference will also be a showcase of products and services from some of the world’s leading nuclear industry and research organisations.

ENC 2016 will take place in the Sofitel Warsaw Victoria. The conference center on the ground floor with over 1500 sqm meeting space will host the ENC 2016 exhibition, plenary sessions, some break-out sessions as well as the poster exhibition. Further break-out sessions will be organized in the Belweder and Saski rooms on the second floor of the Sofitel Warsaw Victoria hotel.

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