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Scientific Programme

  • PP: Nuclear security of nuclear fuel cycle facilities: emerging technologies and associated challenges and complex threats

  • PP: Research reactor security

  • PP: Design basis threat and threat assessment: prevention and protection

  • PP: Physical protection systems: evaluation and assessment

  • PP: Newcomers to nuclear power and research reactors: opportunities and challenges

  • PP: Nuclear security of new nuclear technologies (e.g., small modular reactors)

  • PP: Security by design, including in newcomer countries

  • PP: Transport of nuclear and other radioactive material: practices, challenges and regulatory issues

  • PP: Nuclear security of decommissioned facilities and the facilities being decommissioned

  • PP: International Physical Protection Advisory Service: good practices and lessons learned

  • PP: Application of the graded approach and defence in depth to nuclear security

  • PP: The Amended Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material review conference in 2021

  • PP: Minimization, on a voluntary basis, of high enriched uranium within civilian stocks and where technically and economically feasible

  • PP: Risk-informed approach to the security of radioactive material in use and in storage

  • PP: Insider threats

  • PP: Nuclear security vulnerability assessments

  • PP: Nuclear material accounting and control

  • PP: National accounting and control measures of radioactive materials

  • MORC: Building and maintaining nuclear security detection architecture

  • MORC: Preventing illicit trafficking of nuclear and radioactive material

  • MORC: International Nuclear Security Advisory Service for nuclear and other radioactive material out of regulatory control

  • MORC: Detection technology development and performance testing

  • MORC: Coordinated response to nuclear security events

  • MORC: Nuclear security as part of the security of major public events

  • MORC: Nuclear forensics

  • MORC: Nuclear security in major urban areas

  • MORC: The IAEA's technical support for States that takes into consideration complex threats and challenges including geographical condition

  • CC: National nuclear security regulations

  • CC: Capacity building (e.g. human resource development and sustainability, nuclear security education and job-specific performance training including for newcomer countries)

  • CC: Role of Nuclear Security Support Centers to support and sustain national nuclear security regimes

  • CC: Implementation of national legislative and regulatory frameworks, and international instruments

  • CC: Information and computer security considerations for nuclear security

  • CC: Information exchange for incidents of nuclear and other radioactive material out of regulatory control

  • CC: Nuclear security culture in practice with a focus on sustainability

  • CC: Nuclear safety and security interfaces

  • CC: Emergency preparedness and response and nuclear security interfaces

  • CC: Establishing and formalizing nuclear security processes into integrated management systems

  • CC: Use of IAEA and other international guidelines for building national nuclear security regimes

  • CC: National nuclear security inspections: training of inspectors, development of procedures and managing findings

  • CC: Good practices in the development and execution of nuclear security exercises (e.g. tabletop, drills and field exercises);

  • CC: Identification of national needs through the development of an Integrated Nuclear Security Support Plan

  • CC: Innovative technologies to reduce nuclear security risks and improve cost effectiveness, where feasible

  • CC: Risks and benefits to nuclear security from innovations in other fields, including artificial intelligence and big data

  • CC: Advances in nuclear security research and development; international cooperation on nuclear security research

  • CC: Contribution of industry to nuclear security

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