Bringing together experts from academia, industry and government to share development and successes in the field of Nuclear Forensics with a wider, multidisciplinary audience.
You are invited to join colleagues and delegates at the 5th Anniversary NuFor: Nuclear Forensics conference being held from 10 to 12 October 2023 at the Mary Ward Conference and Exhibition Centre, London, UK and online.
The NuFor (Nuclear Forensics) is a 3-day conference aiming to highlight the role nuclear forensics plays in underpinning sovereign security and the opportunities that exist for those entering into STEM education. It also promotes the exchange of information and good practice between those already involved in nuclear forensics and other specialists who could provide wider value to the Nuclear Forensics community.
NuFor 2023 will feature two days of talks from leading nuclear industry speakers, along with a conference poster session and a third ‘showcase’ day of talks focusing on cutting edge research in the field of nuclear forensics.
Our keynote and invited speakers this year feature a global range of nuclear organisations and technical institutions including Dr Kim Budil (Director, LLNL), Dr Paul Howarth (CEO, NNL), Dr Rebecca Weston (Director General, UK MOD), Professor Bill Lee (Chief Scientific Adviser, UK MOD), Dominic Jones (Director, AWE), Dr Mansie Iyer, Grant Ford (US NNSA), Jonathan Virgo (UK DESNZ), Kevin Swearingen (US FBI), David Smith (King’s College London) and John Simm (UK Metropolitan Police). We are also very pleased to announce the conference will be opened by Dame Sue Ion, of the UK Nuclear Regulator’s Independent Advisory Panel.
Abstract submissions are also being accepted. To find out more, submit an abstract and register as a delegate, please visit NuFor 2023.
‘Early Bird’ registration is now open! You can register for either in-person or online attendance through the conference website. Special rates for students are available as well as the opportunity to apply for bursary funding for any student presenters.
Nuclear Forensics directly supports national nuclear security and is reliant upon access to expertise from across the nuclear industry, academia and beyond. Many people from a diverse range of disciplines have experience and knowledge that could be invaluable to Nuclear Forensics, which by sharing will help support this exciting and important scientific field.