No registration fee is charged to participants
The working language of the workshop will be English
The workshop is targeted at experts from regulatory bodies, utilities, technical support organizations, vendors and research and development organizations, who are working in the areas covered by the workshop. For Pre-registration, please fill in firstly the online Form below.
Secondly, each pre-registered participant will be able to request a specific IAEA participation form from the competent official authority (e.g. Ministry of Foreign Affairs or National Atomic Energy Authority of the individual Member States, where your institution is located.)
MANDATORY: Participant should complete this specific IAEA Participation Form as soon as possible and send it to the competent official authority (e.g. Ministry of Foreign Affairs or National Atomic Energy Authority of the individual Member States, where your institution is located.) for transmission to the IAEA Secretariat. The nomination of a participant will be accepted only if forwarded by the Government of an IAEA Member State through the corresponding permanent mission for IAEA.
Should you require the contact details of one of these offices please contact the IAEA Workshop coordinator: Mr Yoshimitsu Fukushima, Y.Fukushima[at]iaea.org
Abstract and paper submission:
Participants willing to present their work orally or in the form of a poster must submit an abstract (max. 300 words). After acceptance of the abstract and the type of presentation (oral or poster), participants are encouraged to submit a full paper. The minimum length of the paper is 6 pages, and it is recommended to be no longer than 15 pages. This is a guideline and not an absolute limit. Please include this information when filling in the IAEA Participation Form.
- Abstract submission deadline: December 30th 2017
- Full paper submission deadline: February, 28th 2018
- IAEA registration deadline: Announced soon
- Registration deadline for the field trips (by CEA): April, 30th 2018
Participants who require a visa to enter France should submit the necessary application to the nearest diplomatic or consular representative of France at least four weeks before they travel to France. Since France is a Schengen State, persons requiring a visa will have to apply for a Schengen visa. In States where France has no diplomatic mission, visas can be obtained from the consular authority of a Schengen Partner State representing France in the country in question.
Notice that it is not a formal registration to the Workshop, you will need to follow the formal IAEA channels for registration.