Technical Session 3G: Nuclear Forensics Awareness and Education
- F. Dimayuga (Canada)
- A. Farhane (Morocco)
Dr I. D. Hutcheon (United States of America)
7/9/14, 3:50 PM
The threat of nuclear proliferation requires international co-operation and the development of improved measures for the prevention, detection and response to incidents of illicit trafficking of nuclear and/or radiological materials. No single country or nation-state can address this critical 21st century problem in isolation, even on a local scale, without global engagement. To meet this...
Dr G. Moore (United States of America)
7/9/14, 4:10 PM
Nuclear forensics has received a significant amount of attention and funding in a number of States and in the international arena. Accompanying this attention has been an increased level of activity in awareness training that has targeted decision makers, the scientific community, and the diplomatic, security and law enforcement communities that are the potential users of the nuclear forensics...
Ms S.K. Connelly (U.S. Department of Homeland Security)
7/9/14, 4:30 PM
“Nuclear Forensics Expertise Development: Transferring Knowledge to the Next Generation” will directly support the objectives of Conference Topic #6, Nuclear Forensics Capacity Building, Sub-topic 6.3, Education and Development of Expertise. Since 2008, the National Nuclear Forensics Expertise Development Program (NNFEDP) has served as the comprehensive U.S. Government effort to grow and...
Dr K.L. Smith (Australia)
7/9/14, 4:50 PM
Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) National Security Research Program staff participated in the International Technical Working Group on Nuclear Forensics (ITWG) Galaxy Serpent National Nuclear Forensics Library (NNFL) Table Top Exercise. We established a “Virgo Galaxy” NNFL using three isotopic datasets (named Anthea-PWR, Atlas-BWR and Enceladus-BWR), compared an...