June 28, 2021 to July 2, 2021
Europe/Vienna timezone
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Contribution List

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Ms Anastasia Kulikova (Institute of International Relations, Moscow, Russian Federation), Ms Varvara Belikova (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (MEPhi), National Research Nuclear University, Moscow, Russian Federation)
6/29/21, 9:00 AM
T5.3 - Capacity Building, Education, Communication and Public Awareness
e-Poster

A central tenet of MEPhI Science Diplomacy Club (SDC) activities is building bridges in the field of scientific and technological cooperation. The Club aims to construct an intergenerational dialogue by cultivating good working relations with high-profile experts in the field of non-proliferation, disarmament and nuclear test ban. The cornerstone of SDC policy is building educational and...

Mr Abdelmonem Khalifa (MISR - American College, Cairo, Egypt), Mr Elbaz Karim (The American Univerisity in Cairo, Cario, Egypt)
7/1/21, 9:00 AM
T5.2 - Experience with and Possible Additional Contributions to Issues of Global Concern such as Disaster Risk Mitigation, Climate Change Studies and Sustainable Development Goals
e-Poster

Following the spike of above ground nuclear testing in the 50s, carbon dating has become very difficult to perform and most scientists have started to move to other dating methods if they wished to date anything from the 50s to the this day. We look at how the fission products Carbon-14 and Cesium-137 have affected our environment and why it is important to ratify CTBT to prevent damage like this.

Ms Belinda Waokahi (Seismological Observatory Section, Ministry of Energy, Mines and Rural Electrification, Solomon Islands)
7/1/21, 9:00 AM
T5.2 - Experience with and Possible Additional Contributions to Issues of Global Concern such as Disaster Risk Mitigation, Climate Change Studies and Sustainable Development Goals
e-Poster

Seismic monitoring and observation is a vital and main function of the Seismological Observatory Section of the Solomon Islands. The Solomon Islands are formed from part of a complex of Melanesian island arcs and are located on the South West Pacific Region NW of Papua New Guinea and SE of Vanuatu Islands. Due to tectonic settings of a complex plate of convergent zone, the seismicity of the...