Don’t Miss Your Chance to Visit the 2nd Annual Nuclear Training and Simulation China Forum
06 May 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Market Publishers Ltd is happy to call for participation in the 2nd Annual Nuclear Training and Simulation China Forum, taking place on the 28th–30th May, 2014, in China's booming city of Shenzhen.
China is one of the few nations worldwide distinguished for its commitment to the rapid expansion of the use of nuclear energy. To date, there is a pressing need in the country for information and networking within the fields of nuclear training and simulation.
With the assistance of the sponsors and speakers and all the attendees’ warm and useful feedback, true interest and burning need for information, NRG Events is organising and hosting the 2nd Annual Nuclear Training and Simulation China Forum in the fascinating city of Shenzhen.
Those involved with simulators, operation support managers, training personnel, training managers and just anyone interested in nuclear power plant (NPP) simulators or those who devise or make use of simulation tools for NPPs will come together this May to benefit from a unique opportunity for benchmarking, networking and building fruitful business relationships with industry peers, vendors, suppliers, contractors, and regulators.
The 2nd Annual Nuclear Training and Simulation China Forum
Date: 28th – 29th – 30th May 2014
Location: The Panglin Hotel, Shenzhen, China
The 2nd Annual Nuclear Training and Simulation China Forum will feature a number of high-profile speakers from L-3 MAPPS, CNPO China Nuclear Power Operation Technology Corporation, WSC, GSE Systems, Daya Bay NPP, Sanmen NPP, Westinghouse, DMS Software, Tianwan NPP, SNPTC, INET Tsinghua University, SNERDI, Shanghai Jiaotong University, CNPSC, China Guangdong Nuclear Power Company, FDS, amongst many others. These speeches will help to set the tone for 3 days of conference sessions, networking and business development – outlining innovative technologies, projects, codes, 3D visualisation and simulation, focus points and strategies for the current and nuclear new build (NNB).
Key Issues to Be Addressed at the Conference:
- Severe Accident Simulation, Simulators after Fukushima
- Other Applications for Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) Simulation
- Recent Simulator Projects
- Simulation and 3D Visualisation
- New Perspective on Regulation
- Simulation and Training for Nuclear New Build (NNB)
- Simulator Technology Updates
- New Reactors Update
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