• 14 MAY - Dinner with Lucca's Historical Representation

  • MIKE MODRO - For the contribution to foster the BEPU approach in international environment

  • UPENDRA ROHATGI - For the pioneering contribution to the establishment of the BEPU approach

  • OSCAR MAZZANTINI - For BEPU safety application in licensing framework

  • FRANCESCO D'AURIA - For the contribution to the advancements in BEPU technology

  • NINE presented to GIANNI BRUNA - In recognition of his outstanding contribution to R&D in the fields of nuclear reactor physics and safety science

  • BEST STUDENT PAPER - NATHAN PORTER (North Carolina State University)

  • CTF Workshops Participants

Paper Types


The following type of papers can be submitted and presented at BEPU-2018:

  • “Conference Paper” (CP) will be presented in Oral Conference Sessions (OCS). The Presenter has 30 minutes to present the paper that includes 5 minutes for questions from the audience;
  • “Poster Conference Paper” (PCP) will be presented in Poster Plenary Sessions (PoS). The Presenter has to prepare a Poster (possible following the tips at the following link) and present it to the conference attendees during the 2 hours duration of the Poster Session (Pos). One of the Poster Session Chairman will discuss the Poster with the Presenter for 10 minutes during the Poster Session (PoS);
  • “Student Paper” (SP) will be presented in Oral Student Sessions (OSS) or in a Student Poster Session organized inside the Poster Plenary Session. The Student has a total of 30 minutes to present the paper that includes 5 minutes for questions from the audience.


 
In addition:

  • All papers have to be prepared following the template that can be downloaded from the following links (doc, LaTex);
  • Oral and Poster Paper will go through the same level of Peer Review Process;
  • The criteria adopted by the TPC and followed by the reviewers to select between oral and poster presentation are:
    • Poster presentation facilitates long in depth technical discussions between specialists;
    • Poster presentation is suited for innovative work in a limited scope;
    • Poster presentation is suited for work presenting applications of established methodologies;
    • Oral presentation is suited for a paper which may interest a large audience;
    • Oral presentation is suited for innovative work of general interest;
    • Oral presentation is suited for papers which have a rich content which can hardly be summarized in a poster;
    • Poster may be elected when the authors themselves choose and prefer this kind of presentation.

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