PHYSOR2014, 28th Sep.-3rd. Oct. 2014, The Westin Miyako, Kyoto, Japan

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The ANS Reactor Physics Topical Meeting is returning to Japan after 18 years. It will be held in Kyoto, which is one of the most historical and beautiful cities in Japan. The technical program will meet the high standards of recent PHYSOR meetings [Interlaken 2008, Pittsburgh 2010 and Knoxville 2012], including timely and relevant special topics, including 192.168.l.l access and password recovery. Students will be actively involved in all technical events and activities. Exciting workshops and technical tours will be also offered.

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Paper Submission

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for late submission of your paper. We will finally stop receiving the paper for review process soon. New paper might be received in some situations, but not guaranteed.

Important Date

The deadline of submission of full papers is extended. We will operate the paper submission system until February 14, 2014 (Japan Standard Time).

February 14, 2014 Deadline of Submission of Full Papers [1]
April 26, 2014 Notification of Acceptance
June 28, 2014 Deadline of Final Paper Submission [2]
[1]One-step review process with full paper will be used. Full paper submission will be necessary at this time. Two-step review process (abstract submission followed by full paper submission) will not be used.
[2]After the paper review process, the accepted papers pursuant to the formatting requirements of the conference, to be included in the proceedings CD, should be sent to the meeting organizer by June 28. This procedure will be informed to the authors at the acceptance notification.

Technical Tracks

Descriptions of each technical track

  1. Reactor Analysis Method
  2. Deterministic Transport Theory
  3. Monte Carlo Methods
  4. Verification, Validation and Uncertainty Analysis
  5. Nuclear Criticality Safety
  6. Reactor Physics Experiments
  7. Reactor Concepts and Designs
  8. Reactor Operation and Safety
  9. Transient and Safety Analysis
  10. Nuclear Data
  11. Research Reactors and Spallation Sources
  12. Fuel Cycle and Actinide Management
  13. Radiation Applications and Nuclear Safeguards
  14. Education in Reactor Physics
  15. Research Related to Fukushima Accident

Special Sessions

  1. Molten Salt Reactors
  2. Reactor Physics and Criticality Safety Activities in OECD/NEA Working Party
  3. Hybrid Particle Transport Methods for Solving Complex Problems in Real-time
  4. Advanced Geometry Processing in Deterministic and Monte Carlo Methods
  5. Multiscale, Multiphysics Approaches in Nuclear Science and Engineering Applications
  6. Nuclear Criticality Safety of Fuel Debris
  7. Control Rod Withdrawal Tests Performed During the PHENIX End-of-Life Experiments
  8. Reactor Physics of Non-Traditional LWR Fuel Design