The 2nd Annual Purdue event focused on nonproliferation—the Purdue Workshop on Nonproliferation: Technology and Approaches—seeks to present research, share best practices, recruit students to industry and government, and interact with others that are set to confront the next generation of challenges in nonproliferation.

This workshop will be on 21-22 February 2020, and is hosted by the Purdue INMM Chapter, in conjunction with the Central Region Chapter of the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management based out of Oak Ridge National Lab and Purdue's Center for Radiological and Nuclear Security (CRANS). This event will feature a keynote presentation from Dr. Kenneth Sanders, who has over 40 years of experience with the U.S government on national security and nonproliferation policy, implementation, and R&D; Dr. Sanders has served in a variety of positions at the working level and in senior management with agencies including: Department of Energy, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, International Atomic Energy Agency, and Department of State. This workshop will serve as an opportunity for members of academia, government, industry, and the military to exchange ideas and best practices on the policy and technology used to prevent nuclear terrorism and clandestine weapons programs.

Please submit abstracts and posters by February 7, 2020.

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2019 Purdue Conference on Active Nonproliferation