An initial programme has been published for Russia's Atomexpo 2010 conference.
The event, held 7-9 June in Moscow, will feature two plenary sessions on modernisation: the role of nuclear power in modernisation of a country's economy (plenary session 1), and modernisation of the nuclear industry worldwide (session 2).
In addition, roundtable sessions will cover project management, IT, fusion research, international fuel cycle collaboraten, engineering, VVER performance, closed fuel cycle, human capital, international nuclear law.
The conference is organised by Rosatom.
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