Presenter Information

WM2025: Technology, Artificial Intelligence, and the Digital World: Transforming the Nuclear Industry

WM2025 Call for Participation

WM2025 Topic Listing Important Resources and Forms

Why Present?

The Waste Management Symposium produces the largest conference in the world focusing on nuclear waste management policies and practices.

  • Once your presentation is accepted, your work will be listed in our on-line program, our final printed program, our proceedings and archived with our other conference material
  • Tell your story to a targeted attendance of key industry leaders, your peers, as well as corporate managers and technical staffs involved in the nuclear field.
  • After being presented at the conference, your paper will be available in our on-line proceedings and accessible to those interested in your subject.
  • In addition to visibility amongst your peers, the conference offers many networking opportunities where you can discuss your ideas personally with the industry /government leaders and/or with the many diverse contractors who are in attendance. 
  • A condensed summary that will be added to the WMS online program after the abstract is accepted.
Types of Presentations How to Submit an Abstract Submit an Abstract

Presentation Tracks for WM2025
Track 1 Crosscutting Policies and Programs (CPP)
Track 2 High-Level Radioactive Wastes (HLW), Spent Nuclear Fuel/Used Nuclear Fuel
(SNF/UNF) and Long-Lived Alpha/Transuranic Radioactive Waste (TRU) (HLW)
Track 3 Low-Level Waste (LLW), Intermediate Level Waste (ILW), Very Low-Level Waste
(VLLW), Mixed Waste (MW), By Product Material, TENORM, NORM Residues, Enriched
and Depleted Uranium (DU) (LLW)
Track 4 Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) Waste Management and On-Site SNF/USF Storage (NPP)
Track 5 Packaging and Transportation (PAT)
Track 6 Decontamination & Decommissioning (D&D)
Track 7 Environmental Remediation (ER)
Track 8 Communication, Stakeholders & Indigenous Engagement, & Workforce Management (CSW)
Track 9 Special Topics and Multi-Track Cross Cutting Technology (ST)
Track 10 Leveraging Education and Workforce Development Programs for the Future (STEM)
Track 11 Advanced Nuclear Reactors for Electrical Power and Other Application (ANR)
Track 12 Miscellaneous: Unassigned & Late Abstracts, & Non-Paper Posters (MISC)