12th Japan-Korea Symposium on
     Nuclear Thermal Hydraulics and Safety (NTHAS12)

    March 29-31, 2021, Yokohama, Japan

File Submission

Prospective authors wishing to present their works are requested to submit a one-page abstract in English (maximum 400 words).

Author(s) may select one of these options (Extended abstract or Full paper) to present their study at NTHAS12. Length of Extended abstract is from two to four pages and Full paper is from five to ten pages, including all figures, tables, and references. No more pages will be allowed.

Specification of Abstract

  1. Enter abstract text via this website (text only)
  2. maximum 400 words
  3. 3-5 keywords
  4. Select one technical track for the session classification.

Abstract Submission

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