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|Title:||Seminar on the Role of Technical Experts in Export Controls|
|Authors:||SEVINI Filippo; COJAZZI Giacomo|
|Publisher:||Publications Office of the European Union|
|Other Identifiers:||EUR 24499 EN|
|Abstract:||The seminar, co-organized by JRC-IPSC and United States Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration, was held at Ispra on May 10-11, 2010. It started with an introductory session containing a presentation by DG TRADE developing on the EU export control legal framework following Lisbon Treaty, an overview of proliferation procurement methods and trends by DOE-NNSA and a presentation on preventive measures by industry outreach by the IAEA. Then the seminar moved on to a series of lectures and tutorials on export control issues, given by US experts coming from US National Laboratories. These addressed controlled items, catch-all provisions, guidelines for end use /end user analysis and intangible technology transfers as implemented in USA. The seminar was concluded by a round table on the ¿Role of Technical Experts in Export Control Outreach and Training¿. The CD contains all the presentations of the event.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Transuranium Elements|
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