2023 TRTR & IGORR Abstract Submission

Abstract submission deadline is April 7, 2023.

Name of presenting author
Email for presenting author
Please select the category you feel best represents your presentation. Category Descriptions can be found below.

Important Deadlines

Presenters will be notified if their talk has been accepted by April 18, 2023.

Conference papers must be submitted by May 18, 2023.

Final presentations must be submitted May 29, 2023.
Common Management ConsiderationsChange management, human resource development and training programs, experience database, benchmarking against other reactors, performance assessments
Computer ModelingComputer modeling including Monte Carlo Neutronics Modeling, Thermal Hydraulic Monitoring, and Accident Analysis
Dismantling and DecommissioningActivities related to the Decommissioning of Research Reactors
Diversity and InclusionStrategies for increasing diversity at research reactor facilities, and using research reactors to promote diversity and inclusion in the broader nuclear field
ExperimentsNovel experiments performed using Research Reactors and the development of new Experimental Techniques
Fuel CycleTRIGA restart, conversion to LEU fuels, development, qualification, fabrication, in-core fuel management and safety, transportation, fuel licensing, spent fuel storage, corrosion and degradation
Innovative MethodsDesign, construction and start of operation for new reactors, proliferation resistance; development of national infrastructures
InstrumentationDigital instrumentation and control, control console upgrades, neutron detectors, novel instrumentation methods
New Reactors and Advanced ReactorsNew research reactors, advanced reactors, and synergies between research reactors and advanced power reactors
Operations and MaintenanceOperations and maintenance considerations for research reactors including maintenance and upgrades, reactor measurements, procedures
Re-imagining NuclearOutreach programs, internships, community engagement
Refurbishment ProgramsManaging reliability issues, modernization, refurbishment, long term operation and life-time extension, maintenance management systems, aging reactor management
Safety and SecuritySafety and security standards, safety analysis methods, safety of experiments, emergency planning, cybersecurity, safety culture
UtilizationStrategies and equipment for utilizing research reactors including experimental facilities and programs, industrial and medical applications
Workforce DevelopmentStrategies for utilizing research reactors to grow the nuclear workforce, and improve knowledge in related fields