Issue No.7 Winter
(January 2005)


ENS News

ENS President Wishes for 2005

Obituary: Jiri Suchomel

Listening to others

ENS Events

PIME 2005

RRFM 2005

ETRAP 2005

ENA: a high level summit

Member Societies & Corporate Members

News from Germany

YGN Report

Current activities

Visit of Belgopress

European Institutions

November 2004 Energy Council

Seminar on the High Flux Reactor (Petten)

Joint Seminar on Nuclear Waste


ENS World News

NucNet News

Global 2005

PSA' 05

ENS Members

Links to ENS Member Societies

Links to ENS Corporate Members

Editorial staff
RRFM 2005RRFM 2005
PIME 2005PIME 2005


The GLOBAL series has successfully provided a global forum for discussions about the future nuclear energy systems with emphasis on the advancement of the nuclear fuel cycle technologies. Based on this traditional principle of GLOBAL conference, GLOBAL 2005 will cover a wide range of subjects related to the advancement of nuclear technologies, providing up-to-date information. This conference will concentrate on advanced nuclear technologies, such as advanced system concepts, reactors, reprocessing, fuels and materials, partitioning and transmutation, waste management and repository, advanced and expanded nuclear utilization, and other related innovative nuclear technologies. Special emphasis will be placed on the status and results of the international studies for developing the next generation systems. It will also be a good opportunity for review and discussion of the related national policies, plans and status, international cooperation, as well as the common world issues, such as the assurance of non-proliferation, prevention of nuclear terrorism, achieving favorable public perception, public education, and fostering of next generation technical experts.

The Atomic Energy Society of Japan, in cooperation with the American Nuclear Society, European Nuclear Society, and other distinguished nuclear organizations, welcomes attendance and contributions to GLOBAL 2005 from all over the world.

The 7th International Conference GLOBAL 2005, organized by Atomic Energy Society of Japan (AESJ), will be held at Tsukuba International Congress Center, Tsukuba, Ibaraki-ken, Japan.

Tsukuba International Congress Center

Key Dates
March 31, 2005 Submission of abstracts
May 16, 2005 Author notification of acceptance
August 31, 2005 Submission of full papers
October 9-13, 2005 GLOBAL 2005 Conference

For further details, please visit the Global 2005 web site: where those considering answering the call for papers will find all necessary information.

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