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1 February, 2019

Registration Opens for the 52nd JAIF Annual Conference

JAIF is pleased to announce that the registration for the 52nd Annual Conference (AC) officially opens today. This year’s AC, titled “Tapping the Full Potential of Nuclear Energy”, will be held at the Tokyo International Forum on April 9-10.

In Japan’s Strategic Energy Plan, issued in July 2018, not only did nuclear energy continue to be positioned as an important base-load power source, the importance of its R&D was also emphasized. This year’s JAIF AC, featuring several renowned nuclear experts from within and outside Japan, will provide an opportunity to address from a broad viewpoint what is needed to tap nuclear energy’s potential to the maximum while considering R&D of innovative technologies and prospects of radiation applications.

Don’t miss out the chance to be part of Japan’s biggest nuclear industry event by registering today at https://www.jaif.or.jp/52nd-annual/en/registration/. The registration deadline is Friday, March 29.

Participation Fee:

JAIF Members: 50,000 JPY / Non JAIF Members: 100,000 JPY

(including tax and April 9 reception dinner)

Inquiries:

JAIF Department of International Affairs

Tel: +81-3-6256-9313

Email: 52nd-annual@jaif.or.jp

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