Journal of Nuclear Energy Science & Power Generation TechnologyISSN: 2325-9809

Call for Papers

Call for Papers

To keep pace with the global revival of nuclear power, safety has to be at the fore front. It requires continuous improvement in the safe operation of nuclear power plants (NPPs) and other establishments and also managing the nuclear wastes. Keeping this as the theme, JNPGT announces a Special Issue titled, "Global Radiation Safety Concern and Management of Radioactive Waste".

While the world is still suffering from the past nuclear cataclysm, the endeavour for a safer nuclear technology in all its prospects is requisite. The new generation NPPs have a lot to assure to remain in the race of the sustainable energy. Radioactive waste arising from nuclear power generation, as well as from medicine, industry and scientific research poses a potential hazard over extended periods of time and must therefore be isolated from the human environment.

Journal of Nuclear Energy Science & Power Generation Technology (JNPGT) invites the scientists all over the world to exchange their ideas and recent research through this special issue. The special issue features original research, review articles, letters to the editor, books, literature reviews, and communications in brief.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:

  • Recent Advancements in Radiation Protection and Safety
  • Global Safety Concern on Nuclear Power and Radioactive Waste Management
  • Radioactive Discharges into the Environment from Nuclear Power and Research Operations
  • Management of Low Radioactive Waste from Large Nuclear Operations
  • Exposure from Radioactive Waste (Occupational and Public)
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response for Radioactive Waste
  • Safe Transportation of Radioactive Waste
  • Regulatory Matters on Safety and Radioactive Waste Management
  • Safe Disposal of Radioactive Waste
  • Concern of Relevant International Organizations
  • Nuclear Decommissioning

Special Issue entitled "Global Radiation Safety Concern and Management of Radioactive Waste" has been edited by:

Editor-in-Chief:

Gary Marlin Sandquist, University of Utah, USA

Editors:

Mehdi Sohrabi, Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran
Wade R Marcum, Oregon State University, USA
Joonhong Ahn, University of California, Berkeley, USA
H M Saleh, Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority, Egypt
Shripad Revankar, Purdue University, USA

Guest Editors:

Arun K Nayak, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, India
Sam J. Mathew, University of Utah, USA

Submission guidelines:
Deadline for submission: Passed

 

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