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さよなら(Sayonara) TRITIUM 2010, 奈良(Nara)
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  • 2010. 11. 15
Presentation files are uploaded in the program.Updated!
  • 2010. 10. 15
Paper submission and registration web site are closed.
The site information is uploaded
  • 2010. 10. 4
The deadline for paper submission has been postponed until 13:00 (JST) on October 15th.
  • 2010. 9. 27
The post deadline paper is closed.
  • 2010. 9. 23
The technocal program and information for presentations are uploaded.
  • 2010. 9. 3
The anouncement of post deadline papaer is uploaded.
  • 2010. 8. 2
Paper Submission has started.
  • 2010. 6. 24
The instruction for manuscript is uploaded.
  • 2010. 6. 15
The registration and visa application web site is opened.   
  • 2010. 3. 2
Abstract submission web site is close.
  • 2010. 2. 15
The deadline for abstract submission has been postponed until Mar. 1st, 2010.  
  • 2010. 2. 1
Registration fee is uploaded.
  • 2009. 11. 9
Abstract submission web site is opened.
  • 2009. 4. 30
TRITIUM 2010 website is opened. 

     The 9th International Conference on Tritium Science and Technology (TRITIUM 2010) will be held in Nara, Japan, from 24 October, until 29 October 2010.

     TRITIUM 2010 is the international conference point for experts in tritium and related areas all over the world. Tritium has become a key aspect in the development of fission and fusion reactor, environmental impact and biomedical applications, etc. As a result, new challenges have been evolving in these fields. So, the conference will cover the entire scope of tritium science and technology.
     About 300 attendees joined from many countries of North America, Europe and Asia in the recent conferences. The research reports had been published in “Fusion Science and Technology” of the American Nuclear Society after peer review. 
    The International Conference on Tritium Science and Technology was first held in Dayton, USA in 1980, and followed by the conferences in:

Dayton, USA (1985)
Toront, Canada (1988)
Albuquerque, USA (1991)
Belgirate, Italy (1995)
Tsukuba, Japan (2001)
Baden-Baden, Germany (2004)
Rochester, USA (2007)

       Nara is the ancient capital located at  the center of Japan and the home of various World Heritage sites, and others including numerous Buddhist art and architecture classified as National Treasures and Important Cultural Asset. Nara will celebrate the 1300th anniversary of its founding in 2010.

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