Events

The events listed below are of general interest to the isotope production community and are not sponsored by the Department of Energy. If the NIDC is attending an event, information on how to contact us will be provided.

 

 

June
12–15
2021

SNMMI 2021 Annual Meeting

Virtual

Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 2021 Annual Conference

The SNMMI 2021 Annual Meeting is recognized as the premier educational, scientific, research, and networking event in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging. The four-day event, taking place each June, provides physicians, technologists, pharmacists, laboratory professionals, and scientists with an in-depth view of the latest research and development in the field as well as providing insights into practical applications for the clinic.

August
3–5
2021

2021 Annual Nondestructive Testing Management Association Conference

Las Vegas, Nevada

2021 Annual Nondestructive Testing Management Association Conference

NDTMA promotes continuous growth and leadership development through the open exchange of management, technical, and regulatory information critical to the nondestructive testing industry.

The 2021 Annual Conference will encourage and educate NDT managers to stay current with technologies, present, share, and engage with other NDT professionals to promote growth and advance the industry.

October
23–27
2021

34th Annual Congress of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine

Hamburg, Germany

34th Annual Congress of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine

With more than 150 sessions, the EANM Annual Congress is the most valuable Nuclear Medicine Meeting worldwide. Each year, more than 6,200 participants have the possibility to network, socialize and discuss the newest trends and findings in the field of Nuclear Medicine. The EANM is proud of receiving approximately 2,200 abstracts annually from all over Europe and overseas.160 exhibiting companies, covering an area of 3,500 sqm present their newest technologies.

December
16–21
2021

The International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies

Honolulu, Hawaii

The 2020 International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies (PAC CHEM™), has been rescheduled and will now take place in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, December 16-21, 2021. Pacifichem 2021 will be the eighth in the series of successful cosponsored scientific conferences of Pacific Basin Chemical Societies.  Founded in 1984, these conferences have been held in Honolulu, Hawaii about every five years.

A Creative Vision for the Future

Chemistry is, and always should be, a creative enterprise, providing us with unique and unprecedented innovations to make human society happier, healthier and more sustainable.  In addition to being a discovery science, chemistry allows us, through limitless combinations and permutations of the over 100 elements, to create new substances and materials that nature has not yet seen in the 13.5 billion-year history of our universe and to employ them in the betterment of our Earth.

We do hope that Pacifichem 2020 will create an active forum and a productive platform where thousands of papers will disclose state-of-the-art, cutting edge findings in chemistry and related multidisciplinary areas that inspire active discussion and opportunities for international collaboration, thereby promoting creativity and a clear creative vision for chemistry.

May
15–20
2022

International Conference on Physics of Reactors 2022 (PHYSOR 2022)

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

International Conference on Physics of Reactors 2022 (PHYSOR 2022)

PHYSOR 2022 will focus on the future of reactor physics and related nuclear technologies. The meeting aims to provide a platform for international experts from vendors, utilities, research laboratories, and universities to exchange ideas and latest developments on a wide spectrum of topics. Technical sessions include standard topics of interest as well as special sessions including novel analysis methods, advanced reactor designs, machine learning, and artificial intelligence applications, high enrichment/high burnup core design challenges, space nuclear technologies, and high-performance computing. The meeting will also include plenary sessions focusing on advanced reactor design development and demonstration programs, panel sessions, and several workshops on state-of-the-art reactor physics tools.