Russia, Sochi,
Park of Science and Art
(ex Olimpic park Sochi)
21-22 November, 2022
Russia, Sochi,
Park of Science and Art
(ex Olimpic park Sochi)
21-22 November, 2022
About the Forum

ATOMEXPO International Forum is the main event of the global nuclear industry. It is the largest exhibition and business platform for discussing the current state of the nuclear industry and setting future trends, and has been held annually since 2009.

The Forum is attended by executives from the key companies working in the global nuclear industry, government agencies, international and non-commercial organizations, and leading experts.

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Forum format includes the Exhibition and the Congress with an extensive business programme centered on a plenary session with top management and chief executives participating. Topics for panel discussions and round tables encompass the most important issues in the nuclear industry today. Leading companies from the global nuclear industry and related sectors present their original technologies and designs at the exhibition.
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The Forum provides a great opportunity for networking, making business contacts, and signing partnerships agreements and contracts. In addition to the business events, Forum participants have an opportunity to take technical tours to nuclear power plants and other nuclear industry facilities as well as to enjoy entertain ment and cultural programme.
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BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATION

  • Present products and services to the target audience
  • Negotiate with key business partners
  • Attract new customers and partners to long-term cooperation
  • Form or improve your company's image
  • Participate in a leading world event
  • Access the latest information about future development of the nuclear industry
  • Share experience in international and cross-sector environments
  • Present your projects, know-how, and innovations
  • Affirm your company's leading positions
  • Increase awareness of your brand
  • Attract new segments of the target audience
  • Obtain maximum media coverage

Exposition plan

Venue
The Main Media Centre is the primary information platform in Sochi, which hosted more than 8,000 mass media representatives in 2014 during the Olympic Winter Games and the Paralympic Winter Games. After the Olympics, the Main Media Centre (ex olimpic park Sochi) has become one of the most important convention centres. Thanks to its top-notch facilities and resources alongside its convenient location, it ensures efficiency and comfort for Forum participants, guests, visitors, and journalists.
Round tables
Closed Nuclear Fuel Cycle: New Opportunities and Products
Sustainable development has firmly taken its place among the modern trends in the global economy. The nuclear power industry is no exception. Such goals as affordable and clean energy, leveraging of innovation, and responsible consumption and production, are crucial to the nuclear industry. An essential tool that can deliver these goals is the recycling of nuclear materials, or NFC closure as the atomic community refers to it. This approach to the NFC development can fundamentally reduce the demand for natural resources, minimize the amount of disposed waste, and relieve humanity of the burden of hazardous radioactive materials. This way the growing needs of people could be met without hurting the next generations and the planet’s ecosystem. How to implement NFC closure in practice? What technologies and solutions seem to be the most promising for that purpose? What can international cooperation be in the area? These questions will be answered at the round table Closed Nuclear Fuel Cycle: New Opportunities and Products.
Modern Trends in Nuclear Fuel Cycle Supply
Today sustainable development is a business trend in the global nuclear industry. Public acceptance, infrastructure development, social projects and communication with stakeholders at all levels are key to success in the nuclear sphere. The conventional approach to the nuclear fuel cycle is being revised in favour of resource-saving technologies, recycling of nuclear materials, and prudent management of natural raw materials.
In the initial stage, the new business logic can be implemented by increasing the efficiency and environmental performance of natural uranium mining, by recycling nuclear materials obtained after SNF processing, and by using modern technologies for DUHF handling. How exactly do Nuclear Fuel Cycle participants respond to these challenges? What technical and organizational difficulties do they face in doing so? Can their efforts save natural resources, above all uranium ore? These and other questions will be answered at the round table Modern Trends in Nuclear Fuel Cycle Supply.

ESG Financing to Support Global Energy Transition
In 2021, the market of green (sustainable) mechanisms experienced an unprecedented development with the adoption of green taxonomy, first issues of green bonds, and a vast deployment of environmental policies and sustainable strategies across companies. The ESG principles have become a common decency and a competitive advantage. More and more countries on the international plane come forward with their own taxonomies, often based on different approaches and requirements for the sustainable development agenda. Thus, harmonization and unification of the relevant requirements are currently the key topics of the ESG discussion.

Will this tendency remain in the rapidly changing economic and investment landscape? What should the green market expect in the next couple of years? What are the opportunities, limitations and perspectives that market participants should foresee for themselves? Can the sustainable development agenda deliver optimal financial solutions, can major players adapt for the new requirements, or does sustainable financing only work for new innovative companies?
Nuclear Legacy Sites: Experience and Prospects for Cooperation
The first generation of nuclear facilities has already crossed the 75-year milestone. In the near future, the pioneering nuclear power units and fuel cycle facilities will be as old as sixty to seventy years of age. Many of them are no longer in operation today; they have been shut down and are waiting to be decommissioned.
It is obvious that the enormous sustainability potential for the nuclear industry lies in remediating Nuclear Legacy Sites. Such areas as environmental performance, nuclear and radiation safety, development of nuclear back-end technologies, and economic impact of nuclear decommissioning projects, can get a powerful boost in the long term.
Passing on the nuclear back-end problems to future generations means that risks to the population and the environment will remain.
What is required for safe decommissioning of Nuclear Legacy Sites? Are there any successful practices and solutions? What helped a small depressed settlement in Kyrgyzstan transform into the gem of Lake Issyk-Kul? What are the approaches to radioactive waste management that can make the nuclear power truly green?
Licensing Harmonization: Wish or Reality
Licensing issues are a cornerstone in the implementation of a nuclear project. Changing requirements, shifting deadlines and bloated budgets point to the need to build an effective dialogue between regulatory authorities, operating organizations and nuclear technology vendors. What initiatives are being discussed by regulators and operators at international platforms? What can be done to de-bureaucratize the preparation of license documentation for new NPP projects? How does a developed nuclear infrastructure affect peer safety reviews and IAEA missions?
MBIR – A Unique Platform for International Cooperation
Session Description:
Right now the whole world is searching for answers to the questions: How will the energy balance be shaped in the latter half of this century? What place will nuclear energy take in that balance? Nuclear technologies create innovative solutions to environmental, economic, social and other problems of the present, and at the same time they are the basis for the sustainable development of the future. Building a sustainable energy infrastructure with innovative reactors involves the justification of their safety, reliability and service life. This requires modern experimental facilities with high-flux experimental reactors and research centres capable of coping a wide range of scientific tasks. What are the issues related to the development of national nuclear projects and how are they addressed in the world today? What is the role of powerful fast-neutron reactors in solving the global problem of the nuclear fuel cycle closure? What solutions does ROSATOM offer to foreign partners within the framework of international cooperation?
Floating NPPs: Mobile Nuclear Solutions for Energy Systems of the Future
A key question for the modern energy sector is how to efficiently generate enough electricity to develop territories (especially isolated ones), use natural resources and provide for people’s daily living needs, while staying in compliance with the sustainable agenda? The latest solutions in nuclear power generation are safe for the environment and can solve a wide range of general and specific issues. We are talking about a state-of-the-art nuclear technology—nuclear power plants with small modular reactors (SMR NPPs). The pilot projects, implementing floating SMR NPPs, have demonstrated an energy transition process where large centralized power grids are no longer the only consumers of clean electricity generated by nuclear power plants. Floating nuclear units with SMR are able to meet the needs of energy-intensive facilities. They define a new way of development: in order to be integrated into the energy systems of the future, nuclear generation is becoming more flexible, mobile and tailor-made. What are the main competitive advantages of floating nuclear power units over traditional and alternative energy sources? How are floating nuclear power units transforming the economics of energy-intensive enterprises? What are the prospects for such solutions on the global market?
Nuclear NGOs pushing atomic technologies forward
The much-needed transition to sustainable development is unimaginable without nuclear technologies that ensure clean and reliable energy supply. Peaceful atom is a foundation of the modern knowledge-based economy and high living standards. The pressing global challenge of climate change is a lost cause without nuclear energy.

Deeply rooted myths and misconceptions stand in a way of sober, scientific understanding of modern nuclear technologies, which are distinguished by unprecedented safety. Myths breed fear, and as long as this fear persists, a truly all-encompassing spread of nuclear technologies is hardly possible. The paramount role in debunking myths about nuclear energy belongs to the people — members of pro-nuclear civic organizations and social movements. The joint efforts of non-profits and business can bring about a deeper understanding of the importance of nuclear technology for a better today and tomorrow.
Industrial and Educational Cooperation: Challenges and Opportunities
Innovations and technologies play a special role in shaping the modern world and have great potential for improving the quality of life for people, ensuring socio-economic growth, and creating the best educational practices. At the moment, universities and companies face a challenge: how to build new formats of interaction in order to ensure the socio-economic advance of their countries. Nowadays, universities are independent stakeholders that solve business tasks of creating new products and technologies and provide a platform for the development of international cooperation.
University networks and new interaction formats allow both expanding the educational / scientific infrastructure and ensuring the transfer of the educational process to the territory of partner countries for the further development of the national educational infrastructure.
Ensuring Business Sustainability in Present Context: The Value of Internal Audit
The volatile external conditions shape new risks for keeping business afloat and ensuring its sustainable development. Customers impose new requirements for internal audit results. Is there anything that internal audit can offer to streamline business processes and identify areas of potential improvement? How can the internal audit system be transformed to enhance performance in modern circumstances? What tasks of internal audit are the most important in short-term perspective? What instruments are the most effective?
Human-Centric Approach for Sustainable Development and Technological Leadership
The pace of global changes along with the growing skills gap bring about the of Human Centricity in the workplace. Since there is no common understanding of what Human Centricity can mean, it encourages employers in different industries to exchange best practices how to foster personnel development and build inclusive environment for unlocking human potential. How will the Human-Centric approach affect corporate HR and talent management strategies? What are the benefits of this approach? Will the Human Centricity find application in emerging labour markets of the CIS countries? What are the drivers and challenges to capacity building in the CIS countries? How can a company build a talent pipeline to ensure technological leadership and prosperity?
New Materials and Technologies: Response to Modern Trends in Economic Development
The new economic reality poses challenges, and to solve them, it is necessary to combine the efforts of developers of materials, technology vendors, production companies, universities and the scientific community. What can certainly drive the scientific and technological progress is the development of composite and additive manufacturing. Also, alternative energy technologies can change the approach to production processes in metallurgy, mechanical engineering, power generation, construction, transport and other sectors of the economy. The participants will discuss the current trends in manufacturing of new materials and the promising areas for the development of this industry. What measures should be taken for the further growth of these segments in the market? What should be the focus of attention for those who seek technological sovereignty in this area?
Artificial Intelligence in Industrial Manufacturing and Nuclear Power Sector
Making use of artificial intelligence for industrial purposes and nuclear industry is its own special kind of challenge due to the rapid development of artificial intelligence technologies.
What are the challenges when trying to introduce artificial intelligence to various industries? In this segment, we will be discussing information maturity, data availability and labelling, information security, solution scaling, and technical support needs.
Other interesting topics are applicability of tools and approaches to clear certain barriers when implementing artificial intelligence projects. Here, we will be talking about regulatory activity, applicability of platform solutions, methodologies for artificial intelligence project management, and potential economic effects, including on the green agenda, that artificial intelligence projects may have.

Digital Cooperation in Nuclear Industry
In the face of the global challenges, there is a growing need for fast and efficient methods to develop and implement large-scale digital solutions in the nuclear industry in order to achieve the sustainable development goals. Cross-industry cooperation and technological partnership become promising ways of cooperation in the nuclear sector in terms of the digital technologies testing. In the frame of the digital agenda, covered during the Forum, the participants will discuss the key issues of industrial cooperation: How can a company build an efficient digital cooperation with international partners? What are the new possibilities and horizons opened by the digital cooperation? What problems can arise when digital solutions are integrated in industrial projects? The discussion will bring together representatives of nuclear companies and leading experts in digital transformation. We would like to invite the Forum participants to go over these issues with them and find the most effective solutions.
Digital Engineering: Myths and Reality
Digital Engineering is a modern trend that is gaining more and more relevance in the era of constant change and big data. It is also a necessary condition to maintain the competitiveness of the construction industry in the international market.
We will discuss the following issues:
·      how and where BIM standards are applied,
·      how digital construction management is used in the mega-projects implementation: Multi-D as a successful case of the high-power NPP construction,
·      "digital shadow" of the construction site as a new digital engineering trend: how to carry out construction control, remote control, personnel control, etc.
Blue Economy: Government, Business, and Science for a Sustainable Future
Ocean resources contribute to social and economic growth and welfare in many countries around the world through the industries associated with marine and coastal resources. According to OECD estimates, the global ocean economy generates USD 1.5 trillion in global value added annually, and this figure is expected to double in size to USD 3 trillion by 2030. At the same time, the ocean economy is becoming increasingly influenced by sea freight, which already accounts for more than 80% of the global trade. Meanwhile, ship-building, port infrastructure, and other marine-based industries continue to grow. Since the oceans play such a significant role in providing social and economic well-being to the future generations, the blue economy concept is intrinsically vital. How can we ensure the sustainable use of ocean resources? What role does international cooperation play? What are the roles of government, business, and science in the blue economy?
Modern Technology in Everyday Life
The meaning of Smart City has dramatically evolved lately. Nowadays it includes a complex of issues, and only a part of them is related to digital technologies. Although different countries have no common approach to conceptualizing the Smart City, there is a common understanding that it is a territory with a comfortable environment and an efficient infrastructure and services for citizens, business and local government. Still, what is the best way to achieve that? What technologies are the best for sustainable development? Where does the line lie between digitalization and keeping citizen’s personal space and information private? Why is it important to build a perfect process model before  digitalizing the city management? These and other questions will be the subject of the roundtable discussion with representatives from municipalities, companies, IT, and urban development sector.
Industrial Waste: Heritage, Realities and Prospects
There is no chance to achieve the goals of sustainable development and reduce the carbon footprint without a rapid transition to a circular economy based on multiple use of non-renewable natural resources. Industrial waste accounts for 90% of total volume of waste, however, it is also an unlimited source for secondary raw materials if recycled.
The use and implementation of advanced technologies to extract secondary resources from this kind of waste may help us reduce the carbon footprint, lower the human impact on the ecosystems, and prevent water and environmental pollution. This way, we can secure the long-term sustainable development of the economy and improve the quality of life of the present and future generations. No one would deny that one of the main challenges of today and tomorrow is to eliminate previously accumulated environmental damage—the billions of tons of hazardous waste—and to build a new global circular economy.
Leading Russian and international experts, government officials and business representatives will discuss trends and prospects for the development of hazardous industrial waste management.
Hydrogen Energy Globally: development of technologies and projects
Hydrogen is a new vector of the low-carbon economy development. Many countries of the world have embarked on decarbonization. It implies reduction in the share of carbon-based energy sources and transition to modern sustainable technologies in power generation, manufacturing, transport and other industries. Being a universal, clean and efficient energy carrier, hydrogen has a huge potential for solving global climate problems. The development of hydrogen technologies is included in the national plans of many countries and in the strategic programs of the largest companies. The discussion will cover current problems and solutions in the field of hydrogen technologies, the status of pilot hydrogen projects launching in Russia and globally, and the measures that governments can take to support the advancement of the hydrogen energy sector of their economies.

Ensuring Operational Availability of New Units
A comprehensive and adequate state of operational availability is a prerequisite for safe and efficient operation of new nuclear power units. Achieving this is a demanding and ambitious task for all new nuclear operators. Support from experienced operators and vendors, as well as from WANO, would promote the adoption of the highest standards of nuclear safety and reliability by new nuclear operators. What are the key challenges that newcomer organizations are confronted with when preparing power units for operation? How can they get ready and deal with these difficulties most efficiently? How can experienced operators, vendors and WANO effectively assist new operating organizations in achieving operational availability? These are some of the issues that the session participants will be suggested to discuss.
Accumulating Human Resources for Advanced Nuclear Technologies
Nowadays, the world community regards the nuclear energy projects as an important aspect in achieving the sustainable development. There is a growing interest to the small-scale nuclear power both ground-based and marine-based, ant to the new reactor technologies. What should the personnel training system look like to meet the demands of the advanced nuclear technologies? Is the international cooperation possible in this area? Can there be any common approaches to personnel training for nuclear power facilities with the small modular reactors and fast neutron reactors? There is the experience in personnel training for high-power NPPs but will it be helpful to foster human resources for the advanced nuclear technologies?
Non-Electric Applications of Nuclear and Radiation Technologies
Non-electric applications of nuclear technology are an integral part of life, contributing to the sustainable development of our society. Various solutions in this segment are used in science and scientific research. They form the basis for practical applications in such areas as healthcare, agriculture and industry. Such technologies can be implemented involving both, public and private sectors. Let's take a look at how non-electric solutions of radiation technology have become part of our everyday life and which problems in the real world they allow us to solve.
Risks and Opportunities: Responding to Challenges of the Global Economy
New geopolitical realities have a significant impact on the global economy growth and financial markets development. Supply, technological and production chains disruption, the slowdown in the largest world economies growth ­— the USA, the European Union, China, decrease in production volumes and investments, increase in inflation and other key challenges and risks have considerable consequences for the global market.
The global economic resilience can be strengthened only by implementing projective risk-based approach aimed at identifying emerging risks and developing immediate risk-mitigating measures to counter the negative consequences of these risks. The risk-based approach under uncertainty allows not only to respond to the global economic challenges but also to open up new opportunities and prospects for further development (establishment of scientific and technological sovereignty, development of knowledge-intensive productions, import substitution, etc.).
What are the key challenges that the global economy faces and what are new potential risks that may arise in the nearest future? What measures are carried out to mitigate the consequences? What are the opportunities that open up in the current macroeconomic environment?

PACKAGE STANDARD

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The cost of participation 2 187,13 EURO.

Visit to the exhibition "ATOMEXPO-2022"

Participation in all congress meetings

Providing information support, congress materials, the official electronic catalog of the ATOMEXPO-2022 forum, branded souvenirs

Participation in the gala dinner on the occasion of the opening of ATOMEXPO-2022

Participation in a cocktail on the occasion of the end of the forum

Visiting the lunch area (lunches and coffee breaks)


Special price for exhibitors - 1 574,73 EURO.

Reference Policy

When using official information and quoting the statements of the participants of the International Forum "ATOMEXPO" (hereinafter - the Forum), the finished materials should contain a reference of the Forum and the source of the information received, for electronic media - contain a link to the Forum website if information is taken from the site.Any changes, additions or distortions to the copied (quoted) information are not allowed. When receiving information from citizens and officials participating in the Forum, media representatives should inform them about audio and video recording, film and photography. Quoting participants of the Forum should occur with their personal consent. Willful dissemination of false or distorted information on behalf of or with reference to the participants/organizers of the Forum will be prosecuted by law.
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The organizers inform that they retain the right to use the texts of articles, photos and video materials received or created by media representatives during the preparation or holding of the Forum, with reference to the media or the author of the material.
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1. Accreditation of mass media (the Media) representatives at the ATOMEXPO International Forum (the Forum) is performed for the purpose of ensuring the proper working conditions for professional activities of the Media representatives preparing and distributing complete and accurate information on the Forum events.
2. Accreditation of the Media representatives is performed in accordance with the Law of the Russian Federation “On Mass Media” and these Regulations, to ensure mutually beneficial cooperation and regulate the operations of the Media representatives during the Forum.
3. Accreditation of the Media representatives is mandatory for working at all Forum events.
4. Representatives of the Russian Media registered with the Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Telecom, Information Technologies and Mass Communications (ROSKOMNADZOR) in accordance with the Law of the Russian Federation “On Mass Media”, and representatives of the foreign Media registered in accordance with their national legislation, are eligible for accreditation.
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