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25-29 October 2021
Virtual Event
Europe/Vienna timezone
Official invitations and technical information that will enable designated participants to join the virtual event will be sent 1–2 weeks before the meeting.

The event programme is available at https://conferences.iaea.org/event/245/timetable/#all.detailed

Working Group information is available at AI for Atoms - Working Group Information


Links to the WebEx Plenary Sessions (password sent via email)

Monday, Oct 25, 2021: https://iaea.webex.com/iaea/j.php?MTID=m6846662fefa3e34b4fec3c90abfd0a8a

Tuesday, Oct 26, 2021: No plenaries. Please consult with your WG organizer.

Wednesday, Oct 27, 2021: https://iaea.webex.com/iaea/j.php?MTID=mefbe76eb1d26328261c4dc9876d06d0d

Thursday, Oct 28, 2021: https://iaea.webex.com/iaea/j.php?MTID=m8e966b909b72d41b5dd9c7475b675650

Friday, Oct 29, 2021: https://iaea.webex.com/iaea/j.php?MTID=mc4cecbc0928446e06c51ace627f79a92


The IAEA, as the global focal point for nuclear cooperation, is backing AI and its enormous potential to help accelerate the safe, secure and peaceful uses of nuclear technologies and aid progress towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

Objectives

The event aims to provide an international, cross-cutting forum to discuss and foster cooperation on artificial intelligence applications, methodologies, tools and enabling infrastructure that have the potential to advance nuclear technology and applications, while taking into account existing mandates and programmatic priorities.

Target Audience

The event aims to bring together junior and senior nuclear and data scientists, together with nuclear and data engineers, earth scientists and experts from nuclear sites, the industry and the medical field, as well as from technical support organizations and international organizations active in the field of artificial intelligence and related domains, including ethics.

Expected Outputs

The results of the event will be summarized in a report that will serve as a roadmap for possible future collaboration under the aegis of IAEA where artificial intelligence applications, methodologies, tools and enabling infrastructure can have transformative impacts in nuclear science, technology and applications. It is expected that much of the results will be produced during the working group sessions.

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Europe/Vienna
Virtual Event
WebEx Event

IAEA Contacts

Email: ai4atoms@iaea.org