37th Annual CNS Conference
&
41st CNS/CNA Student Conference


Jun 4 - Jun 7 2017
Niagara Falls, Canada
Sheraton on the Falls Hotel

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Technical Program Updated

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Call for Papers

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Accommodations

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Author Information

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Sponsor & Exhibitor Information

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Opportunity: OPG Information Day at Darlington June 8

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Conference Important Dates

  • Abstract submission extended: 2017 January 11
  • Draft paper due extended: 2017 February 15
  • Full paper due: 2017 April 28
  • Student Conference Submission Deadline: 2017 March 17
  • Student Conference Notification of Acceptance: 2017 April 21
  • Student Conference Revised Paper Submission: 2017 May 19

Conference Important Files

  • Technical Program updated (pdf)
  • Abstract template (doc)
  • Paper template (doc)
  • Student Call for Papers (pdf)
  • Student Paper Template (doc)
  • Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities Package (pdf)
  • Sponsorship Application Form (MS Word)
  • Exhibit Booth Application Form (MS Word)
  • Credit Card Charge Authorization (MS Word)

Nuclear science and technology currently provides clean and safe energy, and benefits the health and security of the global community. Building on this strong foundation, nuclear science and technology will become of even greater importance well into the 21st century. Further advancement of the current state of the art would enhance public confidence and acceptance of nuclear science and technology.

The Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS) will host its 37th Annual Conference at the Sheraton on the Falls Hotel in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, 2017 June 4 - 7. This conference provides a forum for exchanging views, ideas and information relating to the application and advancement of nuclear science and technology, and for discussing energy‐related issues in general. Technical topics of interest are listed on the following page. The CNS 37th Annual Conference will feature:

  • Plenary sessions with invited speakers to address broad industrial, commercial and research-related developments in nuclear science and technology.

  • Technical sessions with subject‐matter experts from utilities, suppliers, the regulator, academia, federal laboratories and agencies to present the latest advancements in nuclear science and technology.

  • Exhibits with industrial leaders showcasing their latest nuclear products and technology.

  • Social events (such as reception, lunches, coffee breaks and conference banquet) to facilitate in- depth discussions on common interests.

To facilitate interaction between experts and the future generation of nuclear scientists, engineers, and specialists, the 41st Annual CNS/CNA Student Conference will be held in parallel at the same venue. The Student Conference will feature a poster session, at which university students will showcase their latest research findings and advancements. A Call for Students’ Extended Abstracts will be issued separately.



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