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2007 International RERTR Meeting

Abstracts and Available Papers Presented at the Meeting

The 29th International Meeting on Reduced Enrichment for Research and Test Reactors (RERTR) was held September 23-27, 2007 at the Diplomat Hotel in Prague, Czech Republic. The available abstracts and papers that were presented at this meeting are provided below.

Welcome to Czech Republic

  • Welcome
    Ms. D. Drabova, State Office of Nuclear Safety
    Professor L. Musilek, Vice-Rector of CTU

Opening Programmatic Remarks

  • S1-1 Opening Remarks - United States
    N. Miller
  • S1-2 Opening Remarks - IAEA
    H. Forsström
  • S1-3 Overview of NNSA Non-Proliferation Programs
    K. Baker
  • S1-4 Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrrorism
    A. Grant

HEU Minimization and Conversion Programs

Conversion Experience

Conversion Analysis

Fuel Development

U.S. Reactor Conversion

Mo-99 Production

Transportation and Fuel Disposition

POSTER SESSION

2016 RERTR Meeting

The 2016 International RERTR Meeting (RERTR-2016) will take place in Belgium. Stay tuned for further details.

2015 RERTR Meeting

The 2015 International RERTR Meeting (RERTR-2015) took place in Seoul, Korea on Oct. 11-14, 2015.
For more information visit RERTR-2015.

Past Meetings docs

RERTR NEWS

Securing the world’s most vulnerable nuclear material
Image Credits: NNSA

Feb. 18, 2014 - Securing the world’s most vulnerable nuclear material
Argonne works to support President Obama’s vision of a world free of nuclear weapons through efforts to secure the world’s most vulnerable nuclear material and eliminate the use of high enriched uranium in civilian applications under the U.S. DOE Global Threat Reduction Initiative
Read more on Obama’s Four Year Effort » [5.2MB]

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CURRENT POSTDOCTORAL PROJECTS

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The Student Outreach website informs you about current committee activities and provides other information of interest to students.


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