The MIGRATION 2013 Conference will be held in Brighton from September 8th to 13th 2013.
The MIGRATION conferences provide an international forum for the timely exchange of scientific information on chemical processes controlling the migration behaviour of actinides and fission products in natural aquifer systems. Experimental investigations and predictive modelling of these processes are the main topics of the conferences. The information generated from the MIGRATION conferences is the basis for the mechanistic understanding of the migration behaviour of long-lived radionuclides in the geosphere, which is essential for the long-term performance assessment of nuclear waste disposal. The first MIGRATION conference was held in 1987 in Munich then biennially in Monterey, USA;, Jerez de la Frontera, Spain; Charleston, USA; Saint-Malo, France; Sendai, Japan; Lake Tahoe, Nevada, USA; Bregenz, Austria; Gyeongju, Korea; Avignon, France; Munich, Germany; Hanford, USA; and will be in Beijing in 2011. Therefore, this is the first time it will be held in the UK.