- Training Courses
- Hosting IAEA training courses for participants from around the world.
- Placing scientists from developing countries in host institutions across the United States for training in peaceful uses of nuclear technology.
- Encouraging Americans to consider career opportunities at the IAEA.
- Coordinating invitations, nominations and clearances for U.S. experts to participate in IAEA activities.
IMPACT OF THE U.S. SUPPORT PROGRAM TO THE IAEA – NON SAFEGUARDS
- IAEA Fellowships and Training Courses: Experts of nuclear energy and technology from countries around the world visit the U.S. to learn as participants at IAEA-Argonne training courses and as fellows at host institutions.
- IAEA Careers: U.S.-funded Cost Free Experts and Junior Professional Officers assist in IAEA projects that positively impact Member States around the world.
- IAEA Meetings: U.S. experts participate in hundreds of IAEA non-safeguards events each year all over the world. For each event, the U.S. expert's nomination is vetted through our office.
Now accepting applications for Junior Professional Officer positions at the IAEA.
- Theory And Practical Application of RESRAD BIOTA and Other Codes in The RESRAD Family for the Determination of Dose, Risk and Authorized Limits at Radioactively Contaminated Sites
- Nuclear Energy Information Workshop
- Radiation Therapy Technologists Refresher Course on 3D Techniques in Simulation-Treatment in Radiotherapy (at MD Anderson, Houston, TX)
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- AAPM 57th Annual Meeting and Expo 07/12–15
- ACS Fall 2015 National Meeting and Expo 08/16–18