CMNCC 2017 Conference

CMNCC 2017 Conference
CMNCC 2017 Conference
October 1 to October 4, 2017


October 1 - 4, 2017

Toronto Marriot Downtown Eaton Centre

525 Bay St., Toronto ON

The CANDU® Maintenance and Nuclear Component Conference (CMNCC-2017) will be held on October 1-4, 2017 at the Marriott Eaton Centre Downtown Toronto. The three-day program, built around a theme of “Delivering Clean Energy through CANDU® Maintenance and Life Extension”, will comprise six plenary sessions and six parallel technical programs.

The Sunday (October 1) program will include the popular CANDU® Configuration Overview Course, in addition to the Opening Reception. The CANDU® Configuration Overview Course focuses on CANDU® Plant and Reactor Orientation, Systems and Reactor Regulation, and Plant Operations, Degradation and Maintainability.

CMNCC-2017 will also include the student program that includes a poster session based on technical paper submissions, similar to that in CANDU® Maintenance Conference (CMC)-2014 and International Nuclear Components Conference (INCC)-2015.

Utility Engagement Panel on Maintenance

CMNCC will be the forum to launch the first Utility Engagement Panel on Maintenance on Monday, October 2 from 5:30 to 9:00 pm (dinner will be provided). This session will be in workshop format with a panel of maintenance representatives from Ontario Power Generation, Bruce Power, NB Power and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories.

The panelists will identify key maintenance issues (current or foreseen in the future) as the basis for interactive discussion with solutions-oriented industry service providers, equipment vendors and exhibitors, to explore efforts that may be underway to address the issues.

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