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ICOND

11TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NUCLEAR DECOMMISSIONING

BACKGROUND

The closure and decommissioning of nuclear power plants, particularly power reactors, present high demands regarding planning and authorization to all parties involved. In the ongoing decade several nuclear power plants will be shut down due to their operating life and political decisions, not only in Europe, but also worldwide. As a result, optimized decommissioning strategies will need  to be well-coordinated among all participants.

The ICOND focuses on the relevant legal parameters in Germany and compares decommissioning strategies worldwide. This includes roles of authorization, financial planning, and change management in the transition from nuclear power plant to decommissioned project. Furthermore the different options for interim storage and disposal of radioactive waste are discussed.

AUDIENCE

ICOND addresses operators of nuclear plants and companies who are working on the planning, implementation and supervision of decommissioning projects; authorities and technical experts whose focus includes the approval and supervisions procedure of decommissioning projects; and research institutions, which are responsible for the dismantling of research reactors and the storage and/or disposal of radioactive hazardous waste.

ICOND will enable participants to proficiently discuss the challenges of the decommissioning of nuclear plants in a practical way, and to define optimal planning variants for decommissioning implementation. Simultaneous translation (German/English) will be available.

VENUE

Eurogress Aachen
Monheimsallee 48
52062 Aachen
Germany

PARTICIPANTS SPECTRUM

MEDIA

VIRTUAL WALKTHROUGH
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ICOND REVIEWS

The ICOND always addresses current aspects of nuclear decommissioning and increasingly includes the resulting experience.

The reviews of the symposia contents and impressions of the past years can be found at the above year figures:

Due to the Corona pandemic, the 9th edition of ICOND took place in the form of a virtual conference called ICOND DIGITAL 2020.
On the first day, the pre-recorded presentations, which were released in blocks, dealt with the topics of strategies and market developments. Here, Dr. Guido Knott, Managing Director of the largest German operator of nuclear power plants, presented the "Deconstruction Strategy for the Power Plant Fleet of PreussenElektra". In the thematic block "Project status and experience", Bernhard Olm spoke about the "Planning and construction of a dismantling hall for the large components" of EWN. In the cooperation lecture between ORANO and EWN, the "Remotely handled dismantling and packaging of activated waste and core internals" was presented.

The second day focused on digitalization concepts in the context of decommissioning. Various presentations showed the opportunities and optimization potential through the digitalization of decommissioning processes. The second block of the day focused on the latest decontamination processes, such as laser decontamination, among others.
The last day of ICOND DIGITAL 2020 was dedicated to the topic of characterization & waste management, where practical aspects and technical advances were presented on the basis of various projects for the radiological and material characterization of radioactive waste.

The 8th edition of ICOND took place in November 2019 at the Eurogress Aachen in cooperation with ENGIE. More than 370 international participants visited this year´s ICOND and were informed about current market developments by 32 expert speakers. In the accompanying and significantly enlarged exhibition, 48 companies presented their products and services.

The conference was opened by Mr. Henry Cordes, Chairman of the EWN Management Board, with a presentation on EWN´s waste treatment strategies and the planned ESTRAL interim storage. Slightly more than half of the contributions came from abroad, for example Mr. Martin Andreasson from NND presented on the decommissioning planning of nuclear facilities in Norway, while Dr. Cédric Carasco from the CEA in France gave a lecture on techniques currently under development for the characterization of radioactive waste.

Our Business Speed Networking and the ensuing Get Together enabled participants to make new contacts and get in contact with other experts, while the exhibitors were able to present themselves to individually guided groups during an Exhibitor Road Show.

The ICOND 2018 was opened with a key note by Stephan Krüger from PreussenElektra. As the responsible manager for the decommissioning of the company's nuclear power plants, he explained the fleet strategy for optimized dismantling.

The growing number of international contributions shared experiences of foreign participants. For example, the current status of the decommissioning of the nuclear power plant ZION in the USA was the subject of a lecture. In the Pre-Conference Workshop, European participants, supplemented by national presentations, spoke about new technologies in the field of dismantling such as Laser Cutting Technology, Surface Treatment or Measurement Systems.

In addition, there were presentations on project organization and market development. Dr. Jochen Latz of McKinsey & Company focused on market perspectives for the decommissioning of nuclear facilities and relevant success factors to successfully assert oneself internationally in the field of dismantling.

In November 2017, ICOND took place for the sixth time in cooperation with TÜV Rheinland and the Belgian companies TECNUBEL and TRACTEBEL. With 310 participants from nearly twenty nations, the number of participants increased for the third year in a row. More than twenty companies used the fully booked exhibition space in the Eurogress Aachen to present their dismantling-specific products and services to the specialist audience.

ICOND 2017 focused on the reorientation of the nuclear industry due to the nuclear phase-out in Germany. Miss Dr. Ruth Welsing of the law firm Kümmerlein, attorneys and notaries presented the changes by the law on the reorganization of responsibility in nuclear waste disposal adopted in 2017. According to the law, the power plant operators are to be responsible for the entire handling and financing of the areas of decommissioning, dismantling and professional packaging radioactive waste. However, the federal government will be responsible for the "implementation and financing of interim and final storage" in the future. Mr. Wolfgang Honetschläger, responsible for the dismantling projects at EnBW Kernkraft GmbH, spoke about the holistic strategy for the dismantling of EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG. The presented corporate strategy dealt with the following tasks: approval and personnel management, disposal of residues and final disposal preparations. The first decommissioning activities in Neckarwestheim were presented.

The international exchange of experience took place both in plenary sessions, based on initial presentations by participants from Taiwan and Russia, and during the Pre-Conference Workshop, which for the first time focused on the specific features of the decommissioning of nuclear research institutions.

The fifth International Conference on Nuclear Decommissioning (ICOND)  was held in November 2016 in cooperation with TUV Rheinland and the Belgian company TECNUBEL in the Eurogress in Aachen. Of the approximately 290 participants, 32% came from abroad, underscoring the trend of an increasing internationalization of ICOND. In addition, more than twenty companies presented new products and services throughout the event and used the opportunity to cultivate or establish contacts.

The focus of the 2016  ICOND was on the latest developments in the fields of decommissioning and nuclear waste disposal, as well as on experiences from ongoing decommissioning projects in Germany and abroad. Ms. Heinen-Esser, Managing Director of the newly founded Bundesgesellschaft für Endlagerung (BGE), presented the results of the “Commission on the Storage of High-level Radioactive Waste.” Mr. Homan, Managing Director of PreussenElektra, reported on the planning of their own decommissioning projects and future developments.

The „4th International Conference on Nuclear Decommissioning – ICOND“ was in 2015 again organized in cooperation with the TÜV Rheinland and was held for the first time in the recently opened World Conference Center in Bonn, Germany. In addition to the 250 Participants two dozen companies used the opportunity to establish contacts and present new products in the exhibition area of the brand new and modern conference center.

The scope of participants in 2015 comprised representatives of the industry, technical supervision, security commissions, regulatory authorities and utilities as well as representatives of the national and international press. The conference focused subtasks of the decommissioning projects and technologies which are needed therefore, compared decommission strategies and presented legal frame conditions.

With 27% participation from abroad the internationality increased compared to the previous years, which reflects the interest in innovative decommission technologies and the experiences in Germany.

During the Pre-Conference Workshop participants shared experiences about various technologies from worldwide decommissioning projects. The beginning of the conference focused on economic optimization approaches of nuclear decommissioning and got completed with the panel discussion about time and cost risks during the decommission. Within the 32 lectures the speakers presented beside the current status of the nuclear phase out in Germany also different international perspectives and strategies.

We are glad about the positive feedback and the great interest in the ICOND, to which we will gladly welcome you again in November 2016.

The ICOND 2014 was organized in cooperation with TÜV Rheinland and the british company Amec, today Amec Foster Wheeler, in the CCW of Messe Essen, Germany.  The conference brought 300 representatives from industry, technical monitoring and regulatory authorities together. Experts from RWE, E.ON, Vattenfall, EnBW, EDF, GDF Suez and Belgonucléaire were among the participants. The majority of the participants were from the operational and strategic management.

Due to 25% foreign participation, the ICOND 2014 was more international than the previous years. Key issues of the Pre-Conference Workshop for the international participants were options and strategies to access the German market. Also the legally and administrative framework in Germany and innovative dicommsissioning technologies were presented.

Legal aspects of a possible foundation model to fund the decommissioning and disposal of radioactive waste in Germany were mainly discussed at the conference. Furthermore strategies for dismantling management and cost effective decommissioning were introduced from foreign speakers. How can we keep up with the calculated time and budget and which risks do exist?

Especially discussed was the benchmarking of decommissioning project management. The disposal and final storage of radioactive waste, as well as the new EU Basic Safety Standards including the regulations for release were part of the final topic session. The opportunity of the accompanying exhibition used 26 companies to get in touch with decision makers and to present new products.

The ICOND 2013 was carried out in cooperation with the TÜV Rheinland at the Eurogress Aachen congress centre. Over 300 participants - mainly representatives of the nuclear industry and utilities - discussed the current challenges of the nuclear power plant decommissioning caused by the phase out concept of the federal government. The speakers presented at the conference their expertise and best practice solutions and encouraged so discussions with the audience. The topics included decommissioning strategies and project management. In particular this addressed the question: What core competencies are recommended to hold by the utilities and which range of activities should be covered, from an economic point of view, by the service or supplier industry?

Speakers and participants also grappled with the competence and motivation preservation in a changing corporate structure. In relation to this issue concrete procedures in the field of change management were presented. In addition, the treatment of waste from decommissioning radioactive waste has been an issue. The possibilities and constraints of the two disposal concepts "cut and packaging" and "long time storage" were analyzed and compared. The President of the German Atomic Forum, Dr. Ralf Güldner, addressed in his opening speech the actual situation in Germany, where he does not expect an operating license for final disposal Konrad before 2021. A total of 17 companies took advantage of the accompanying exhibition, to present their expertise and to establish the basis for follow up discussions with potential customers. Retrospective the representatives of the exhibiting companies welcomed the quality of discussions and questions from the participants.

"We welcome the dialogue on strategic and technical approval tasks between the experts" said the Managing Director of AiNT Andreas Havenith and amend "with the ICOND 2013 in Aachen, we would like to point out the good infrastructure and expertise in the region of Aachen and Jülich" Since the winter term 2010 the master program Nuclear Safety Engineering exists at the RWTH Aachen University.

The International Conference on Nuclear Decommissioning 2012 was organized by AiNT in cooperation with TÜV Rheinland. The event with 300 participants and 10 exhibitors was fully booked. The lectures dealt with the withdrawal from nuclear energy and the according parameters predetermined by the German Federal Government. Two lawyers discussed the legal aspects of the decommissioning and post-shut-down-phase. Other speakers also talked about different possibilities to tighten and speed-up the approval procedure. Companies working in the nuclear industry and the operators of nuclear power plants presented successful decommissioning projects. Furthermore the lessons learned from the experience so far were discussed.

PROGRAM 2021

The program of the ICOND 2022 will be published in July.
 

PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP (ENGLISH ONLY)

11:30 REGISTRATION
12:00 QUICK LUNCH
  INNOVATIONS & DIGITALIZATION
13:00 WELCOME
 
Dr. Andreas Havenith – AiNT GmbH
13:05 LD-SAFE: Laser Cutting Technology for the Dismantling
of the most Critical Components of Nuclear Reactors
 
Damien Roulet – ONET Technologies
13:30 Purification and Treatment of Waters from
Wet Cutting Pools and Sludges Processing into SIAL© matrix
 
Marcela Blazsekova – Jacobs Slovakia
13:55 Robotic Systems Supporting
Decommissioning Operations
 
Dr. Arne Rönnau – FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik
14:20 Tele-Operation of Multi-Robotic Systems with Augmented Virtuality for Semi-Automated Handling and Cutting of Radioactive Waste
 
Sebastian Reitelshöfer – Lehrstuhl für Fertigungsautomatisierung und
Produktionssystematik der Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
14:45 COFFEEBREAK
15:20 Dismantling of the Radioactive Waste Warehouse Building №1 within the Jose Cabrera NPP D&D Project (Spain), accomplished by ENRESA
 
Diego Espejo - ENRESA
15:45 cleanNUCLEAR – Latest Developments of cleanLASER
Ablation in Nuclear Industries
 
Sergej Retich – Clean-Lasersysteme GmbH
16:10 Non-Destructive Material Characterization
of Radioactive Waste Packages with QUANTOM©
 
Dr. Laurent Coquard – Framatome GmbH
16:35 A Novel Approach to the Localization and the Estimate of
Radioactivity with Large Clearance Monitors
 
Dr. Bastian Weinhorst – Safetec Entsorgungs- und Sicherheitstechnik GmbH
17:00 AuDeKa – Major Achievements towards a Fully Automated
Decontamination Solution for Dismantled Parts from Decommissioning
 
Franz Borrmann – iUS Institut für Umwelttechnologien und Strahlenschutz GmbH
17:25 Determination of Fuel using the Passive
and Active Neutron Counting Technique
 
Dr. Matthias Fritzsche – Mirion Technologies (CANBERRA) GmbH

 

10:00 REGISTRATION
11:30 QUICK LUNCH
12:40 WELCOME
 
Dr. Andreas Havenith – AiNT GmbH

 

  STRATEGIES & MARKET DEVELOPMENT
12:50
Lessons Learned – The Experiences of Great Britain in
Decommissioning and Waste Management
 
David Peattie – Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
13:15 NND's Journey towards a Digital Decommissioning and
Waste Management Process
 
Ole Jakob Ottestad – NND Norsk Nuclear Decommissioning
13:40 Navigating Nuclear Decommissioning: Charting a Course within a Growing Market
 
Dr. Jochen Latz – McKinsey & Company, Inc.
14:05 Innovative Tools for Dismantling of Graphite
Moderated Nuclear Reactors
 
Jean-Luc Flouttard – Cyclife DS
14:30 The Belgian Decommissioning Market and ENGIE’s Nuclear Services
 
Peter Berben – ENGIE Corporate
14:55 ROAD SHOW – EXHIBITOR ELEVATOR PITCH
14:55 COFFEE BREAK
15:40
The Squaring of the Circle - Packaging Germany´s nuclear Heritage, Update
 
Jörg Viermann - GNS Gesellschaft für Nuklear-Service mbH
16:05
Disposal of Non-Radioactive Waste
in Landfill Sites
 
Dr. Gabriele Greifeneder – PreussenElektra GmbH
16:30 Difficulties with Landfilling of Released Waste
from Nuclear Decommissioning
 
Prof. Hartmut Gassner – Anwaltsbüro Gassner, Groth, Siederer & Coll.
16:55 Decommissioning Processes in Germany and Abroad from the
Economic Scientist's Point of View
 
Dr. Ben Wealer – Technische Universität Berlin
17:45-
18:15
DEPARTURE OF SHUTTLE BUSES TO THE TIVOLI STADIUM
18:15 CONFERENCE DINNER AT TIVOLI STADIUM
  DECOMMISSIONING TECHNOLOGIES
09:00 Decommissioning of the Ågesta PHWR Reactor
Vessel and Internals
 
Niklas Bergh – Westinghouse Electric Sweden AB
09:25 Development of a Contact-Art-Metal-Grinding (CAMG)-Technology
for Automated Underwater Cutting
 
Emily Schmidt – Leibniz-Universität Hannover
09:50 Digitalization Concept to Support Decommissioning Planning
 
Marc Bogenstahl – Rodias GmbH
10:15
ROAD SHOW – EXHIBITOR ELEVATOR PITCH
10:15
COFFEE BREAK
11:00 Aerosol Source Term Characterization during Dismantling
Operation at Fukushima Daiichi
 
Dr. Emmanuel Porcheron – IRSN Institute de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire
11:25 Dismantling and Disassembly of Control Rod Drive
Room Components and Systems
 
Dr. Heiko Herbell – Framatome & Dr. Lars Behnke – RWE Nuclear GmbH
11:50 Decommissioning of the NNP Mülheim-Kärlich:
Dismantling of the Steam Generators
 
Philipp Moormann & Dr. Thomas Volmar – RWE Nuclear GmbH
12:15 LUNCH

 

  CHARACTERIZATION & WASTE MANAGEMENT
13:30-
16:30
MEET YOUR COMPANY
13:30 Characterization of Radioactive Waste Streams during the
Decommissioning of Nuclear Power Plants
 
Dr. Marina Sokcic-Kostic – NUKEM Technologies Engineering Services GmbH
13:55 Decommissioning of Concrete Structures -
How to Check it Non-Destructively
 
Dr. Ernst Niederleithinger – Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM)
14:20 Smart Radiation
Mapping
 
Neil Owen – Createc
14:45 COFFEE BREAK
15:15 Challenges in the Post-Qualification
of Legacy Wastes
 
Souad Pederzani – GNS Gesellschaft für Nuklear-Service mbh
15:40 Material Analysis
based on Material Vectors
 
Moritz Gradmann – TÜV Rheinland Industrie Service GmbH
16:05 Lessons Learned from Decades of Waste Characterization,
Management and Deposition in Finland
 
Dr. Petri Kotiluoto – VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Antti Ketolainen – Fortum Power and Heat Oy
16:30-
19:00
GET TOGETHER

16:40-
17:40

BUSINESS SPEED NETWORKING

 

  COMPETENCE & TRAINING
09:00 Onsite or Online:
How to Make your Presentation Go Nuclear!
 
Danielle Dobbe – LRCB - Dutch expert centre for screening
09:25 Introduction in ENEN+: Attract, Develop and Retain
New Talents to Careers in the Nuclear Fields
 
Emilia Janisz – European Nuclear Society
09:50 COFFEE BREAK

 

  CLEARANCE
10:20 Opportunities and Possibilities
for Clearance in Nuclear Decommissioning
 
Dr. Anton Anthofer – VPC Nukleare Dienstleistungen GmbH
10:45 Case-by-case verification according to § 37 StrlSchV
for the release of buildings and sites
 
Dr. Stefan Thierfeldt – Brenk Systemplanung GmbH
11:10 State of the Art Free Release
Monitor Systems
 
Dr. Ingo Kölln – Ludlum GmbH
11:35 New Perspectives
in Clearance of Metal Waste
 
Dr. Tim Thomas – Safetec Entsorgungs- und Sicherheitstechnik GmbH
12:00 FINAL STATEMENT AND OUTLOOK
12:15 QUICK LUNCH

EXHIBITORS



EXHIBITION ICOND 2022

BOOTHPLAN

This is the booth plan for the exhibition of the ICOND 2022.

 

 

EXHIBITORS 2022

If you are interested in an exhibition space, please contact us. Exhibition equipment and furniture can be provided. An inventory list will be sent to you upon request.

 

CONTACT PERSONS

Ms. Silke Siebrecht and
Ms. Helena Schunk
are available  
from Monday to Friday
8:00 am to 4:00 pm (CET) at
+49 2402 10215-00.

 

BUSINESS SPEED NETWORKING

BUSINESS SPEED NETWORKING 2022

We will offer the business speed networking for participants in 2022 once again. Present yourself and your company to different participants. You will receive an individual run card with the table numbers to visit.

The concept in short:

• 5 persons per table and round
• 2 minutes to present yourself and your company
• after 10 minutes you move to the next table

Make up to 20 new contacts within an hour. At the subsequent "Get Together" you may deepen these contacts individually.

BOOKING

ONLINE BOOKINGFORM FOR THE PRESENT EVENT
BOOKING
PARTICIPANT DATA (please enter names for several participants under REMARKS)
BILLING DATA ACCORDING TO YOUR COMPANY POLICY
ADDITIONAL REMARKS
Please add 4 and 3.

By submitting the booking form, you agree that your data will be used to process your request (further information and revocation instructions can be found in the privacy policy).

PARTICIPANT REGISTRATION FORM FOR DOWNLOAD

icond_2022_booking_form.pdf (110.0 KiB)

INFO & PRICING

VENUE
Eurogress Aachen
Monheimsallee 48
52062 Aachen - Germany

ICOND - PRESENCE EVENT


November 14th - 17th, 2022
Entire Program
Early Bird € 1.195 / Participant
until Sept. 16th, 2022
(€ 1.295 afterwards)

November 15th - 17th, 2022
without Pre-Conference Workshop
Early Bird € 1.095 / Participant
until Sept. 16th, 2022
(€ 1.195 afterwards)

All prices excl. VAT.

INCLUDED SERVICES:

  • Participation in the booked event
  • Full Catering during the event
  • Participation in all items on the agenda such as Business Speed Networking, Exhibitor Road Show, Get Together, Conference Dinner
  • Access to the presentation slides in PDF-form in a password-protected area
ACCOMODATION

We have compiled an overview of event-related hotels:

HOTEL INFORMATION DOWNLOAD

icond_hotels_aachen_2022_en.pdf (69.3 KiB)

CONTACT PERSONS

Ms. Silke Siebrecht and
Ms. Helena Schunk
are available  
from Monday to Friday
8am to 4pm (CET) at
+49 2402 10215-00.

FAQ

 
Here you will find answers to frequently asked questions.
Status of information 30.09.2021

 

CORONA
 

What measures apply during the ICOND?
We look forward to welcoming you to the ICOND! Please read the following information to ensure a safe event.
 
• Admission only to persons presenting a proof of either being fully vaccinated, recovered, or tested negative within the last 48 hours before admission, in connection with an official photo ID.
Considered a valid proof is:

– a vaccination certificate with the last required single vaccination at least 14 days ago.

– a medical or official confirmation of a survived Corona disease (positive PCR test at least 28 days and no more than 6 months ago).

– a confirmed negative rapid test (rapid antigen test or PCR test not older than 48 hours). The negative result must be confirmed in writing or digitally by a test centre provided for in the Corona Test and Quarantine Ordinance (negative test confirmation).
 
• No entry with symptoms of a cold
 
• Wearing a medical mask outside of an occupied seat or standing area is mandatory
 
• Keep a distance of 1.50 m to other participants.
 
• Please observe the cough and sneeze etiquette (use disposable tissues, cough and sneeze into the crook of your elbow).
 
• Wash or disinfect your hands regularly

 
 
GENERAL TOPICS
 

In which form will ICOND 2021 take place?

ICOND will be held exclusively as a face-to-face event.

What is included in the conference fee for participants?
You will receive access to the simultaneously translated presentations, the exhibition, and can participate in the Business Speed Networking, the Exhibitor Road Show, the Get Together and the Conference Dinner at no additional cost. In addition, the participation fee includes a full catering concept including all drinks, lunches and snacks during the duration of the event. After the end of the conference, you will also receive access to the presentation slides in PDF form in a password-protected area.
What infection control measures will be implemented?

The event will take place in compliance with the 3G rules, i.e. upon entry, the participant must provide proof in conjunction with a photo ID that he/she has either been fully vaccinated, recovered or tested negative within the past 48 hours. Furthermore, masks must be worn and a distance of 1.50 m is required, except at the seat taken. Participation in the ICOND with cold symptoms is prohibited.

I have suggestions for improvement and/or constructive criticism.

We appreciate your active contribution to optimize the ICOND! Please contact Ms. Siebrecht or Ms. Schunk at 02402-102 15 00 or via contact@nuclear-training.de.

 
 
HOW CAN I PRESENT MY COMPANY AT THE ICOND?
 

I would like to exhibit. Where can I find more information?
The exhibition of ICOND 2021 is fully booked. You are welcome to contact us regarding a booking for ICOND 2022.
What is included in the exhibitor fees?

We will allocate you an available stand area corresponding to your booked category. Of course we will discuss your preferences with you. The fee covers your stand space without furniture, side or rear walls, but includes electricity and WIFI-access. No participants are included in the stand price! However, you have the option of registering stand personnel at a reduced rate here.

I am not an exhibitor at the ICOND, but would still like to advertise my company with a company profile in the Book of Abstracts. Is that possible?

You are welcome to present your company in the Book of Abstracts on a single or double page, as required, and to present nuclear-specific services or technologies. To do so, please complete the application and template available here. If you have any questions or comments, please contact Ms. Siebrecht or Ms. Schunk at 02402-127505111 or via contact@nuclear-training.de.

Will there be a print version of the 2021 Book-of-Abstracts and what is the circulation?

There will be a printed Book of Abstract for ICOND 2021. It will include the abstracts of the presentations, company profiles and the ICOND program. We currently envision a print run of 1,000 copies. The Book of Abstracts will be handed out to each participant at the ICOND and will also be sent by mail to national as well as international users and interested parties.

How can I sponsor the ICOND?

We offer an individual solution for every company size and budget. Whether you are interested in tote bag or lanyard sponsorship, want your company logo on the napkins at the luncheon, or want the Get Together to be held in your name - contact us! Ms. Siebrecht and Ms. Schunk will be happy to advise you at 02402-127505111 or via contact@nuclear-training.de.

 
 
PROGRAM
 

When will the program be announced?

We will publish the current program at the beginning of July.

I would like to submit a paper.

We welcome your contribution and ask for timely submission. A template for the abstract can be found here.

 
 
PARTICIPANT BOOKING
 

How do I register?

You can register under the "Booking" tab, or also by email, providing your billing address and reference number if applicable.

When will I receive a booking confirmation?

You will receive a registration confirmation and invoice within 5 working days. If you do not receive a response within this period, please contact Ms. Siebrecht or Ms. Schunk at 02402-102 15 00 or via contact@nuclear-training.de.

Are there any discount arrangements for participants?

If you participate with at least five persons (all identical billing address) we can grant special conditions. Please contact Mrs. Siebrecht or Mrs. Schunk at 02402-102 15 00 or via contact@nuclear-training.de.

How can I pay for my ICOND ticket?

After registration we will promptly issue an invoice and ask for bank transfer within 30 days. In exceptional cases, you can pay by credit card or cash at the registration desk at the beginning of the event by prior arrangement.

I am an exhibitor. Can I register stand personnel at a reduced rate?

You can register a maximum of two persons as stand personnel here at a reduced rate of € 899 per person (incl. full catering and participation in all events, but NO admission to the technical presentations!) If you would also like to participate in the lectures, please register regularly.

 
 
MEET YOUR COMPANY
 

How can I apply for sponsorship as a student or young professional and what does the sponsorship entail?

Please apply using this form. The sponsorship includes the coverage of costs by a company for the entire participation in the ICOND (excl. travel to and from the event & accommodation). You are also automatically scheduled for the "Meet Your Company" event, where job-seeking students or young professionals have discussions with companies looking for professionals.

I am a student or young professional and have applied for sponsorship to attend ICOND 2021. When will I receive a response?

You will receive a response as to whether your participation will be sponsored by 10/04/2021.

My company would like to participate in Meet your Company and sponsor a student(s) or young professional(s).

We look forward to receiving your inquiry! Please contact Ms. Siebrecht or Ms. Schunk at 02402-102 15 00 or via contact@nuclear-training.de.

 
 
TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATION
 

What is the nearest airport and train station to ICOND?

By plane, we recommend arriving via the nearest airports Cologne (approx. 80 km away) or Düsseldorf (90 km). Brussels and Frankfurt airports are 150 km and 250 km away respectively. Please note possible deviating regulations regarding Covid-19 when traveling internationally via Brussels.

Aachen HBF as the nearest train station is located about 1.8 km from the venue Eurogress.

Which hotels can you recommend?

Here you can find a list of conveniently located hotels as well as information on individual contingent arrangements for ICOND participants.