31 OCT. 2018

APR. 2018

30 SEP. 2018

10 DEC. 2018

DEC. 2018

10 FEB. 2019

31 JAN. 2019

10 MAR. 2019

28 FEB. 2019

1 APR. 2019

10 APR. 2019

31 MAR. 2019

1-8 MAY 2019

Call for papers & abstracts submission starts

Abstracts submission ends

Authors notification

Congress registration opening

Draft papers submission


Review notification

Final papers submission starts

Final papers submission ends 

Presentations submission


By submitting an abstract, each author agrees to present the accepted contribution and to register to the event (one registration is required for each accepted paper).

Summary submission

Authors should submit a one-page 500 word summary. Online submission is the only way to submit an abstract.

Conference purpose

All authors will present their papers in English. About 20 minutes (15' oral presentation

+ 5' Q&A) will be allowed for each paper. At least one author is required to register for the congress.

Page charge

All full papers are limited to 10 pages.

>> Template abstract

>> Template paper


The purpose of this program is to encourage the active participation of PhD students in ICAPP 2019 and promote the interaction of students with experienced nuclear professionals to help them establish mentoring and networking links in their area of interest.


Students participating in this program will be expected to submit an abstract to make an oral presentation during a technical session as well as to candidate for the student pitch session (the number of places is limited. Only ten students can be selected for this session). This session offers a unique opportunity for PhD students to perfect their communication skills by presenting their research in simple terms to the entire audience in a clear, concise and compelling way with the support of a single slide! A jury prize and a public prize will be awarded on Tuesday evening.


Students should submit a one-page 500 word abstract in English. Oral presentations will be made in English. About 20 minutes will be allotted for oral presentations in technical sessions (15’ for presentation + 5’ for Q&A) and 3 minutes for pitches.

Students participating in this program are required to register for the Congress and will benefit from a preferential rate.


Online submission is the only way to submit your contributions and you have to create an account.

After creating your account, you will receive an email asking you to click a link to permanently activate it.

Carefully keep the password given as it will allow you to login to your account.

If you encounter any problems using the submission platform (account creation or others...) please contact the technical support by email at


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