Global civil society activity in Oak Ridge TN, USA

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Organizations based in Oak Ridge TN

International Conference on Plasma Surface Interactions in Controlled Fusion Devices

Cray User Group Est. 1978

International Collaboration on Advanced Neutron Sources Est. 1977

View More profiles (3 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

Past Events in Oak Ridge TN

2006 International workshop on best practices for material hold-up monitoring
2006 International workshop on imaging and neutrons
2006 Annual symposium – International Symposium on Polymer Analysis and Characterization
2004 Conference / International Conference – International Basement Tectonics Association
2004 Meeting – WHO Radiation Emergency Medical Preparedness and Assistance Network
1999 International symposium on proton-emitting nuclei
1998 Biennial world conference – International Nuclear Target Development Society
1993 International physics symposium on coherent states
1993 Annual conference on fossil energy materials – ASM International
1993 Conference on nuclear plant instrumentation, control and man-machine interface technologies – American Nuclear Society
1993 Annual US symposium – International Association for Landscape Ecology
1992 Annual conference on fossil energy materials – ASM International
1991 International radiopharmaceutical dosimetry symposium
1990 International conference on nuclear structure in the nineties
1989 International stellarator workshop
1988 International conference on the medical basis for radiation accident preparedness
1988 Symposium – International Field Emission Society
1987 Conference on population exposure from the nuclear fuel cycle – American Nuclear Society

View More Past Events (18 total) in The International Congress Calendar

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