Advances in Actinide Analytical Chemistry

22 November 2023 09:00-19:00, London, United Kingdom

The analysis (structural, isotopic and radiochemical) of the actinides provides important support to the safe and secure operation of the nuclear fuel cycle. This is a meeting to discuss the latest advances, current issues and best practice in the analysis and safe handling of alpha-bearing materials for the technical community.

This will be a one-day meeting at the RSC Burlington House, with a mixture of invited keynote and submitted technical talks with opportunities to network before during and after. The meeting aims to be the first in a continued series of such meetings that will ultimately build a community.

The meeting aims to provide participating institutions, academics, researchers and international partners an opportunity to discuss the latest challenges and research. A key part of the meeting will be informal networking to maintain and establish collaborations across the community.

We have a tiered pricing structure, for early bird registration a discount is provided
Student RSC member - £40 (early bird) / £50
Student non-member - £45 (early bird) / £55                                                                                           
RSC member - £50 (early bird) / £60
Non-member - £55 (early bird) / £65

Please contact us for any information. An agenda will be sent out after the registration deadline on the 11th November. We look forward to seeing you at the meeting. 
The Royal Society of Chemistry

The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BA, United Kingdom

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