The Actinides 2023 International Conference provides a forum for discussion and exchange on current research on the science and technology of the actinide and transactinide elements. The conference provides fundamental scientific knowledge and addresses many important practical issues.
The conference is hosted by Colorado School of Mines, American Nuclear Society, Los Alamos National Laboratory and the U.S. Department of Energy. General topics include: Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, Environmental Science, Applications Technology, Superheavy Elements and more.
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The Colorado School of Mines Green Center will be hosting this event in Golden Colorado.
The Colorado School of Mines Cecil H. & Ida Green Graduate and Professional Center is representative of the blending of humanity and technology. The facility is designed as a place for meetings, the arts, and a variety of receptions and banquets as well as a place for the study of science and technology via exhibitions and conferencing.
The Green Center is a unique building on campus. It houses some 85,000 square feet of event areas comprised of a Grand Lobby which can act as an exhibit area, two lecture halls, (Metals and Petroleum), reception halls (Friedhoff 1, 2 & 3), and an 1,400 seat theater (Bunker Auditorium). Thus, the Green Center serves the Mines community as both a community events center and as a campus event facility.
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