CNS/CNA Annual Student Conference
(embedded in the Annual CNS Conference)
June 10-13, 2001
The Canadian Nuclear Society and Canadian Nuclear Association (CNS/CNA) Annual Student
Conference is a student-organized assembly. Its goal is to serve as a forum for the exchange of
technical information among undergraduate and graduate students, their professors and representatives of the nuclear industry by means of oral presentations of the students' work.
The CNS is proud to host the 26th CNS/CNA Annual Student Conference in June 10-13,
Note: This year, the 26th Annual CNS-CNA Student Conference is imbedded within
the 22nd Annual
- Visit the CNS Annual Conference website
for venue details
- Registration form (pdf 30kb), and
be sure to read the registration information
- Accommodation - arrangements have been made for inexpensive accommodations
for students at the University of Toronto. Call 416-978-8877 to book your
reservations. The address is 40 Wilcock Street, (off Spadina, 2 blocks
north of College), Toronto, M5S 1C6. It is on a street car route.
It is important that as many students as possible participate in the conference.
For students presenting non refereed papers within the Student Conference, conference
registration fees are waived for them, and accommodation will be provided by
the Conference, for the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights (10, 11 and 12 June).
Depending on the financial resources and amount of sponsorship available, part
of the travel costs may be refunded to these students. Students are also encouraged
to seek financial assistance from their universities, i.e., department, graduate
school and graduate or undergraduate student associations.
Awards for Best Papers:
The student presentations are assessed, based on both technical and communicative skills, by a jury composed of professors and industry representatives. Awards are presented for the best communications.