ANA2023 Conference

The 15th Australian Nuclear Association Conference on Nuclear Science, Technology and Engineering in Australia.

Progress in Nuclear.

9 am – 5 pm Friday 6th October 2023. 

UTS Aerial Function Centre, Level 7, UTS Building 10, 235 Jones Street, Ultimo, NSW 2007.

  • Progress in Nuclear Power around the World
  • Applications of Nuclear Techniques
  • Advanced Reactors and SMRs
  • Role of Nuclear in addressing Climate Change.

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ANA2022 Conference will highlight achievements and future uses of nuclear science, technology and engineering in Australia and overseas. Presentations will give timely updates on a wide range of nuclear applications and technology. This is a great opportunity to hear from experts and discuss new developments.

There will be a reception after the last session for speakers and audience at 5 pm for networking and discussion.

This Conference will be in-person and we will comply with all Covid-19 restrictions and recommendations in place at the time of the Conference.

Registration fee is $280 including morning tea, good lunch, afternoon tea and post conference reception ($260 early bird has been extended to 31 March 2022), with a concession of $120 for students and retired ANA members. There is a discount of 10% when 10 or more registrations are received at one time or from one organisation.

Fees will be refunded if Covid-19 restrictions or other events prevent an in-person conference. However, ANA is not liable for other costs incurred by participants in the event of a postponed or cancelled conference, such as airfares or accommodation.

Keynote presentations are:

The Politics of Nuclear – Hon Dr David Gillespie MP, Co-Chair Parliamentary Friends of Nuclear Industries, Member for Lyne, NSW

What would be required for nuclear energy plants to be operating in Australia from the 2030s? – Prof Stephen Wilson, UQ

ANSTO Collaboration – a key enabler for Australia’s nuclear renaissance – Andrew Peele, Group Executive Nuclear Science and Technology, ANSTO

Light Water Reactors – large reactors and SMRs – Tony Irwin, SMR Nuclear Technologies 

Other Presentations include:

  • ANSTO Achievements and Strategy
  • Advanced Reactor Designs
  • Advanced Reactors – Material Challenges
  • ANSTO’s Synroc Plant
  • Management of Low and Intermediate Level Radioactive Waste
  • Uranium Mining Update
  • International Experience of Countries interested in introducing Nuclear Power
  • Nuclear-powered Submarines

All speakers are invited. 

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Posters are invited on topics relevant to the theme of the conference.

Registrations are refundable until 20 March and name changes can be made any time.


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