Martinstraße 29–37 | 50667 Cologne (Köln) | Germany
The conference will take place in the Gürzenich Köln, a wonderful representational building in the heart of Cologne, which was first opened in 1447. It is fronted by a classic late Gothic façade. The interior was developed in the style of the fifties. In 1997, the building underwent a complete renovation with the objective of combining its historical architecture with state-of-the-art event technology in an exclusive event centre.
Köln (Cologne) is the city of the dome: The cathedral is the famous landmark of the city and one of the greatest European masterpieces of gothic architecture and was declared a UNESCO world heritage. The city founded by the Romans has a more than 2000 year old history and is one of the economic and cultural centers of international importance in Germany – and famous for its traditional carnival.
Challenges of a Site Selection Process:
Society – Procedures – Safety
2nd announcement & call for abstracts:
end of June 2020
Deadline abstract submission:
end of August 2020
The German association for repository research (DAEF) represents leading research organizations active in radioactive waste disposal research. The aim of this association is to contribute to the safe disposal of radioactive waste, to support respective research and education, and to offer respective fact based information.