The 6th International Forum on the Decommissioning of the Fukushima
In order to make steady progress with the decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, it is crucial that we strive to announce accurate and transparent information in a timely and appropriate manner both in Japan and abroad, and maintain careful communication with local residents, achieving mutual understanding through continued dialogue. We will also hold the 6th Fukushima Daiichi Decommissioning International Forum in 2022, as we have in previous years, in order for Japanese and international experts to share the latest progress and technical results of the decommissioning process.
Dates and place
Sunday, August 28 2022
Link ru Okuma
Monday, August 29 2022
Alios Iwaki Performing Arts Center
※ The general participation application for the forum is scheduled to start in the beginning of July.
※ There is simultaneous English translation on both days.
Technical Poster Session
The 6th International Forum on the Decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station will host the Technical Poster Session on Monday, August 29, 2022. The Technical Poster Sessions will feature presentations of leading-edge technologies and R&D related to the decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. We encourage a wide range of participants to join the session.
Summary of the Technical Poster Session, 2022
Monday, August 29 2022
Alios Iwaki Performing Arts Center
Nuclear Damage Compensation and Decommissioning Facilitation Corporation(NDF)
July 19 2022: Registration and submission of abstracts for the Technical Poster Session.
Please register using the Technical Poster Session Application Form below. A link will be sent to you automatically where you can upload your abstract and poster.
*You will be sent a registration pass to enter the venue by email at a later date.
*Due to space restrictions at the venue, we may close registration early if the maximum number of posters is reached.
3. Participation Fee
Participating in the Technical Poster Session is free.
Please prepare one abstract per presentation in English on a single A4 sheet (including tables and figures). See the Preparation Guide download below for further details. You can also download a sample abstract if needed.
We will compile the received abstracts into a printed abstract digest for distribution at the session. The abstracts will also be published on our website after the forum.
Please prepare one poster per presentation on a single A0 sheet (1,189 x 841 mm (h x w)) (including tables and figures). We prefer that the poster be written in English only, but bilingual posters in English and Japanese are permissible. Bilingual posters may give the title, presenter, and affiliation in both English and Japanese, but the abstract, tables and figures, and captions should be written in English only. The main text may be in either English or Japanese. See the notes in the Preparation Guide for further details.
The Secretariat will print the received poster data and mount them at the venue. The poster data will be deleted after the forum.
Other Display Items
If you wish to distribute brochures, please indicate your preferences in the Questions about Other Display Items field on the second form, which will be sent to you after your abstract is uploaded. Please understand we cannot permit the display of items that take up a large amount of space.
At least one presenter per presentation must be at your poster during the following times.
Approximately two hours starting from around noon on Monday, August 29, 2022.
If you have an alternative presenter, please add the alternate’s name on "My Page".
Presenters are to gather at Poster Session desk in the Alios Iwaki Performing Arts Center. We will inform you of the meeting time by email at a later date.
6. Co-authors and Other Participants
If co-authors or other people wish to participate in the forum, please register here (*the Participation Request Form will be available from 12:00PM (JST) on July 4th). Registration passes to enter the venue will be sent by email at a later date.
7. Other Information
・If your organization is exhibiting more than one poster and would like them displayed side by side, please indicate the person on "My Page". We will mount posters side by side only if both applications indicate the same preference. Therefore, coordinate this in advance with the people in charge of the respective presentations.
・Prepare in advance any brochures you wish to distribute.
Follow the links below to download the Preparation Guide and Sample Abstract for the 6th Technical Poster Session.
Are there any qualifications required to participate in the Technical Poster Session?No qualifications are required. Anyone can participate. We are actively looking for posters related to research, development, or effective technologies for the decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, or information on the decommissioning of conventional reactors or accident reactors in the past.
What will happen at the Technical Poster Session?First, the representative should register on our website. Then, after uploading the abstract and the poster data, the speaker will stand next to the poster and present it on the day of the session.
How much is the participation fee for the Technical Poster Session?The participation fee is free. If the digital data of the poster is uploaded to the office’s website within the deadline, the Secretariat will print and post the poster.
What will happen to the poster after the session?The poster will be posted at the venue until approximately 15:00 (scheduled) on the day of the session. After that, the representative or the speaker may take the poster down and take it with them if necessary. If the poster is still posted at the venue after the designated time, the Secretariat will consider the poster as unnecessary and it will be removed and disposed.
Is it possible to exhibit the poster along with a model?Please contact the Secretariat.
Is it possible to show a video on the computer?Please contact the Secretariat.
Must the presentation be in English?As we intend to disseminate such information overseas, we ask for the abstract to be in English. We also ask for the poster to be in English. However, we also accept descriptions in Japanese if the title, name, affiliation, abstract, and figure captions are in English. We also plan to arrange for an interpreter at the venue on the day of the session.