MONITORING OF NUCLEAR TESTS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES
August 10 –14, 2020
Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan
● Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan
● Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization
● NORSAR Norwegian Center
● Committee on Atomic Energy of France
● Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics, Siberian branch of the
Russian Academy of Sciences
● Institute for Dynamics of Geospheres, Russian Academy of Sciences
● National Nuclear Center of Republic of Kazakhstan
● Institute of Geophysical Research ME RK
S.K. Esimhanov (Kazakhstan)
L. Zerbo (CTBTO), A. Strommen Lycke (Norway), B.К.Karakozov (Kazakhstan), E.G. Batyrbekov (Kazakhstan)
P. Richards (USA), T. M. Zhantikin (Kazakhstan), Kabanikhin S.I. (Russia), B. Guilpart (France)
Donbayev K.M. (Kazakhstan)
Kemerait R.C. (USA), Mikhailova N. N. (Kazakhstan)
Members of the Committee: Kopnichev Yu. F. (Russia), Mukusheva M.K. (Kazakhstan), I. P. Gabsatarova (Russia)
1. Operational readiness advancement of the CTBT verification system
- Development of the International Monitoring System and Cooperating National Facilities
- Scientific and technological development of nuclear monitoring technologies
- Information resource and development of International and National Data Centers
2. Improving the efficiency in studying the sources of events
- Effectiveness evaluation in detecting, locating and identification of events sources
- Scientific and methodological developments to improve the quality of processing and analysis of monitoring data
3. Study of nuclear explosions consequences and on-site inspection
- Methods and results of studying the underground nuclear explosions consequences at the Test Sites of the world
- Methods and results of studying the effects of peaceful nuclear explosions
- Assessment of modern capabilities of the on-site inspections
4. Application of nuclear monitoring systems and data for civil and scientific purposes
- Assessment and monitoring of safety at nuclear energy facilities’ and industrial critical structures’ locations
- Study and monitoring of earthquakes and induced events at energy sources extraction facilities.
- Practical examples of monitoring results application for other purposes
The Conference will be held at the Data Centre of the Institute of Geophysical Research, Almaty,
Republic of Kazakhstan.
Airport of arrival: Almaty. Railway stations: Almaty 1, Almaty 2.
The participants will be staying at hotels of Almaty. The cost of housing is 40 USD to 100 USD per day.
The Conference languages are Russian and English. The reports are transalted to the Conference languages.
April 06, 2020 – Application and abstracts submission deadline
May 15, 2020 – Paper submission deadline
July 09, 2020 – Second Announcement