4th Big Data for Nuclear Power Plants Workshop 2023
Date: November 7th, 8th
Big data technologies have experienced significant development in the past few years. An increasing number of nuclear utilities, vendors, and research organizations are researching potential applications of intelligent data use in nuclear power due to its significant impacts on the economics and safety of nuclear power plants.
The previous big data workshops in 2017, 2018, and 2019 identified the significant potential that big data technologies offer for optimizing maintenance and component inventory in power plants and generated a broader array of roles and value of big data analytics in nuclear power systems. In this workshop, emphasis will be placed on applications of data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence that support the domains of nuclear engineering, such as operations and maintenance, high-performance computing and massive computation, nuclear materials and advanced manufacturing, cyber and physical security, digital twins, and nuclear non-proliferation.
This will be a two-day workshop. The workshop will feature presentations and discussions by researchers from academia, industry, and government. The workshop proceedings will include summaries of the discussions and presentation materials.
Call for Abstracts for Demos and Posters
The workshop will feature a session that will give the ability to provide demos of Big Data/Machine Learning tools and posters. If you are interested in participating in this session, please send us a short 300-word abstract describing the contents of your demo/poster. Set-up equipment that will be available are tables, chairs, and easels. Other equipment should be brought or may be requested and provided as available.