European Nuclear Conference

16-20 September 2007,
, Belgium


Global networking at the heart of Europe this autumn

Key players in the world’s nuclear community from the fields of research, development and industry will be in Brussels, Belgium, in September for the European Nuclear Conference (ENC) and you are invited to join them.

Networking is a vital part of attendance at any global event, that’s why ENC2007 is offering you FREE facilities for your company’s side event or meeting!

And when you have renewed acquaintances, made important new business contacts (and possibly negotiated that all-important deal!) an international showcase of products and services from some of the world’s leading nuclear industry and research organisations awaits you…

Held every two years, this year’s edition of the conference will be at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), the Flemish University in Brussels. This young and dynamic centre of learning is the perfect platform for discovering insights into the latest developments in nuclear research and its applications.

Space in the Industry Exhibition has now sold out, such is the popularity of this prestige event, but there are still sponsorship and advertising opportunities available. Contact the European Nuclear Society’s conference manager Kirsten Epskamp for further details (

If you plan to attend ENC2007 make your hotel reservation soon. Hoteliers have already received increased bookings for the conference period.

Key themes at this year’s conference will include state-of-the-art research and development in areas such as:

• New reactor and energy technologies;
• The nuclear fuel cycle;
• Cutting-edge medical applications;
• Education and training;
• Socio-economic, political and ethical considerations.

A detailed programme and further information is available on the conference web site (

ENC 2007 Diamond Sponsor

ENC 2007 Diamond Sponsor

ENC 2007 is organised

in cooperation with the Belgian Nuclear Society

Belgian Nuclear Society

in cooperation
with the IAEA


in cooperation with the OECD/NEA


in association with the American Nuclear Society

American Nuclear Society

with the support of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Vrije Universiteit Brussel


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