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41st ESARDA Annual Meeting

The 41st ESARDA symposium on Safeguards and Nuclear Non-Proliferation, will be held at the Regina Palace Hotel in Stresa, Italy from 14-16 May, 2019. The Symposium will be preceded by meetings of the ESARDA Steering Committee and the Working Groups on Monday 13 May 2019.

The 2019 Symposium marks the 50th anniversary of ESARDA, which provides a unique opportunity for research organisations, safeguards authorities and nuclear plant operators to exchange information on new aspects of international safeguards and non-proliferation, as well as recent developments in nuclear safeguards and non-proliferation related research activities and their implications for the safeguards community. 

Event Information

Dates:

Working Group Meetings:
Monday 13th May 2019

Annette Workshop:
"Safeguarding the Nuclear Fuel Cycle"
Monday 13th May 2019

Symposium:
Tuesday 14th - Thursday 16th May 2019

                  

Venue:

Regina Palace Hotel
Corso Umberto I, 29
28838 Stresa VB
Italy

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Visit to the JRC

Joint Research Centre of the European Commission

On Friday 17th May, the organisers propose a guided tour to visit the Joint Research Centre in Ispra. This visit provides an opportunity to explore the activities and the facilities of the Nuclear Security Unit of the JRC.

Registrations to the JRC Guided Tour will open soon.

Please note: Participation to the Guided Tour to the JRC is limited and based on a “first come, first served" basis.

JRC

JRC visit

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Conference Venue

Stresa

The picturesque town of Stresa enjoys a splendid location on Lake Maggiore in the Gulf of Borromeo, where it overlooks the homonymous islands, which attracts many visitors in the region. Its idilic surrounding nature and architectural gems, contribute to make Stresa one of the most popular tourist attractions in Italy. The Borromean Islands (Isola Bella, Madre, dei Pescatori), with their stunning palaces and ornamental gardens, are an unmissable destination.
Luxury villas and sumptuous Art Nouveau hotels line the elegant lakeside. Since the late 19th century Stresa has been famed for its sophisticated atmosphere and renowned visitors, such as Stendhal, Ernest Hemingway, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, just to mention some, and still today enjoys numerous cultural, musical and meeting events.

Video

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