CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND PAPERS HIGHLIGHTS
Uranium processing, refining and conversion; these will include updates on existing operations and descriptions of developing projects; Uranium, Thorium and other nuclear fuels
Innovation in Fuel fabrication and fuel for SMRs (small modular reactors)
By-products or co-products from uranium ore processing
CO2 emissions, environmental protection, regulatory issues and social contract issues
Business and economic aspects of uranium extraction and utilization; and executives from around the globe.
Invited speakers will be included in the programming to offer expert views in the field. This will mark the 4th edition of the Uranium Conference in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada and will welcome delegates and executives from around the globe.
The conference will also offer a short course on Uranium Processing and will offer industrial tours post-conference.
Past Editions of the Conference
Saskatoon has been the host city of the Uranium conference
2010 3rd International Conference on Uranium
2000 2nd International Conference on Uranium Processing and Mining
1982 1st International Conference on Uranium
|Open Call for Abstracts||June, 2019|
|Close Call for Abstracts||September 15, 2019|
|Draft Paper Submission Deadline||November 15, 2019|
|Paper Review Deadline||December 15, 2019|
|Final Paper Submission Deadline||January 30, 2019|
|Registration Opens||January 2019|
|Oral and Poster Author Registration Deadline||February 15, 2020|
Saskatoon is the host city for the 4th International Conference on Uranium organized by the Hydrometallurgy Section of the Metallurgy & Materials l Society of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM).
Saskatoon is the home of Cameco Corporation and Orano Canada Inc., two of the world’s largest uranium producers. Other mining companies, such as Potash Corporation, Shore Gold, Denison Mines and Claude Resources, also have their head offices or regional offices in Saskatoon. The Canadian Saskatoon Light Source Synchrotron, the largest science project in Canada, is located on the campus of the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon.