IAEA Press Release
IAEA Press Release 2001/02
IAEA Programme of Scientific Meetings for 2001
2001 | Nine scientific conferences, symposia and seminars will be convened by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in 2001
|1.||International Conference on the Radiological Protection of Patients||Málaga, Spain, 26-30 March|
|2.||International Conference on the Study of Environmental Change Using Isotope Techniques||Vienna, Austria, 23-27 April|
|3.||International Conference on Security of Material -- Measures to Prevent, Intercept and Respond to Illicit Uses of Nuclear Material and Radioactive Sources||Stockholm, Sweden, 7-11 May|
|4.||International Seminar on Status and Prospects for Small and Medium Sized Reactors||Cairo, Egypt, 27-31 May|
|5.||International Symposium on Isotopic Tools for Monitoring Nutritional Status Vienna, Austria in Nutrition and Development Programmes (integral part of the 17th International Congress of Nutrition)||Austria Center, 27-31 August|
|6.||International Conference on Topical Issues in Nuclear Safety||Vienna, Austria, 3-6 September|
|7.||Symposium on International Safeguards: Verification and Nuclear Material Security||Vienna, Austria, 29 October-1November|
|8.||International Conference on Radioactive Waste from Non-Power Applications - Sharing the Experience||Malta, 5-9 November|
|9.||International Symposium on Utilization of Low-Energy Accelerators||São Paulo, Brazil, 26-30 November|
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