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Focused Session FR-10
Materials Issues in Radioactive Nuclear Waste Treatment and Disposal

Convener:
Nadia CHERUBINI, ENEA, Italy

Members:
Dirk BOSBACH, Institute of Energy & Climate Research (IEK), Germany
Kyle S. BRINKMAN, Clemson University, USA
Jordi BRUNO, Amphos 21 Group, Spain
Rodney C. EWING, Stanford University, USA
Brady HANSON, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
Neil C. HYATT, Sheffield University, UK
Diederik JACQUES, Belgian Nuclear Research Centre, Belgium
Jie LIAN, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Sylvain PEUGET, CEA Marcoule, France
Vincenzo RONDINELLA, European Commission-JRC, Germany
Hojin RYU, KAIST, South Korea
Weiqun SHI, Institute of High Energy Physics, China
Blas UBERUAGA, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Elie VALCKE, SCK·CEN, Belgium
Yuezhou WEI, Guangxi University, China
Daniel BAILEY, The University of Sheffield, UK
Lewis BLACKBURN, The University of Sheffield, UK
Dirk BOSBACH, Institute of Energy & Climate Research, Germany
Kyle S. BRINKMAN, Clemson University, USA
Céline CAU DIT COUMES, CEA Marcoule, France
Xavier DESCHANELS, Institut de Chimie Séparative de Marcoule, France
Sarah FINKELDEI, University of California, Irvine, USA
Daniel GREGG, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, Australia
Maik LANG, University of Tennessee, USA
Gregory LEINDERS, SCK CEN, Belgium
Thierry MENNECART, SCK CEN, Belgium
Anamul Haq MIR, University of Huddersfield, UK
Sandrine MIRO, CEA - Centre d'Etudes de Marcoule, France
Stefan NEUMEIER, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Masanobu NOGAMI, Kindai University, Japan
Sulgiye PARK, Stanford University, USA
Arnaud POULESQUEN, CEA Marcoule, France
Weiqun SHI, Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS, China
Chenxu WANG, Peking University, China
Jianwei WANG, Louisiana State University, USA
Xinpeng WANG, Guangxi University, China
Yuezhou WEI, Guangxi University, China
Karl WHITTLE, University of Liverpool, UK
Guo-Jun ZHANG, Donghua University, China
 
This session will focus on the treatment and disposal of low and high level nuclear wastes from commercial power generation, fuel reprocessing, and defense operations. Technologies for interim, short-term, and long-term storage and disposal are of interest, including mature processes as well as new and innovative technologies. The goal of the session will be to identify and provide solutions to materials issues in the global integration of waste treatment technologies.
Session Topics

FR-10.1 Waste form development, including glass, ceramic, cement and metallic waste forms

FR-10.2 Challenging waste constituents, such as actinides, noble metals, and volatile species

FR-10.3 Waste form modeling, performance testing, and advanced characterization techniques

FR-10.4 Materials issues in the design and operation of waste immobilization facilities

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