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LAS/ANS SYMPOSIUM Rio de Janeiro Juno 2005

Maintaining the Nuclear Option in Latin America

LATIN AMERICAN SECTION 30th ANNIVERSARY

Jorge Spitalnik

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LAS/ANS SYMPOSIUM Rio de Janeiro Juno 2005

Maintaining the Nuclear Option in Latin America

  • THE LATIN AMERICAN SECTION
  • Created on 14th April 1975
  • To represent the interests of Latin American nuclear professionals
  • It gathers the nuclear communities of Latin America
  • - from Mexico to Argentina
  • - including Central American, South American and Caribbean countries
  • Located in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
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LAS/ANS SYMPOSIUM Rio de Janeiro Juno 2005

Maintaining the Nuclear Option in Latin America

  • OBJECTIVES
  • To further the development of nuclear science and technology in the fields of industry, agriculture, medicine, energy and related activities
  • To emphasize the promotion of the integration of the different areas of the nuclear activity in the Latin American region
  • To promote in the region:
    • nuclear research and education
    • exchange of information
    • discussion on scientific and technical issues
    • cooperation with governmental and international agencies, educational institutions, and other organizations with same objectives
  • To provide global recognition to individuals and institutions of the region
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Maintaining the Nuclear Option in Latin America

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Maintaining the Nuclear Option in Latin America

PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

International Nuclear Societies Council (INSC): LAS/ANS is a founder member of INSC. The Section represents the interests of Latin American nuclear professionals, particularly those who have no national Society to act on their behalf. From 2003 to 2005, LAS/ANS chaired INSC.

Pacific Nuclear Council (PNC):In 1995, LAS/ANS was admitted at PNC to act on behalf of the nuclear communities of the Latin American countries not represented in this Council.

American Nuclear Society (ANS): ANS is the parent organization of LAS. Some of LAS members have been elected to become ANS Fellows. LAS members have held governance posts at ANS.

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC): In 2004, LAS/ANS was admitted with Observer Status at this U.N. agency.

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Maintaining the Nuclear Option in Latin America

LAS/ANS SYMPOSIUM

On the occasion of its Annual Meeting, the Section organizes a Symposium on nuclear subjects of relevance focusing on the importance of such subjects in Latin American programs.

Meetings on Nuclear Power and the Environment, Operation of Nuclear Power Plants, Nuclear Energy Applications, Strategies for Nuclear Energy Development, were held lately.

These Symposia have gained a good reputation for being representative of the status of nuclear energy development in the region.

Some twenty LAS/ANS Symposia have been held in different cities of the region (Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro, Veracruz, Acapulco, Santiago - Chile and Cancun).

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Year

Name

Country

1985

Oscar Armando Quihillalt

Argentina

1986

Carlos Syllus Martins Pinto

Brazil

1987

Juan Eibenschutz

Mexico

1988

Carlos Vélez Ocón

Mexico

1989

Hervásio Guimarães de Carvalho

Brazil

1990

Carlos Castro Madero

Argentina

1991

Dan Beninson

Argentina

1992

Ronaldo Arthur Cruz Fabrício

Brazil

1993

José Israel Vargas

Brazil

1994

Rafael Fernández de la Garza

Mexico

1995

Octave Du Temple

U.S.A.

1996

Jorge A. Coll

Argentina

1997

Gerold Herzog

Germany

1998

Jaime Pahissa-Campá

Argentina

1999

Pablo Mulás

Mexico

2000

Firmino Sampaio

Brazil

2001

Renato Radicella

Argentina

2002

Miguel Medina Vaillard

Mexico

2003

Luis Winter Igualt

Chile

2004

Jose Luis Delgado Guardado

Mexico

LAS/ANS SYMPOSIUM Rio de Janeiro Juno 2005

Maintaining the Nuclear Option in Latin America

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LAS/ANS AWARD FOR BEST PUBLICATION OF THE YEAR

LAS/ANS SYMPOSIUM Rio de Janeiro Juno 2005

Maintaining the Nuclear Option in Latin America

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Maintaining the Nuclear Option in Latin America

LAS/ANS AWARD FOR BEST PRESS COVERAGE OF THE YEAR