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It is our great pleasure and honour to welcome you to join  the ‘10th International Conference on Isotopes (10ICI) which will be held from 3rd to 7th February, 2020 at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia. This highly acclaimed conference is packed with more rewarding, enjoyable, comprehensive and inspiring scientific programme. It is expected to be anticipated by more than 500 participants around the world with thought provoking technical presentations, plenary talks, forum, young researcher programme, technical exhibition and scientific visits.

With the theme ‘Harnessing Isotopes for Improved Quality of Life’, the 10ICI will provide invaluable opportunities to reach the largest assemblage of participants from over the globe to discuss the state-of-the art in isotope technology for a better quality of life through the advancement and application of isotopes in medicine, environment, industry and agriculture. With the recent advancement in facilities to provide quick results and with high precision analysis, isotope technology is emerging and has gained much interest and greatly widened its application in many new fields. Therefore, it is timely to assess current development and deliberate on the recent innovation, and to introduce new ideas on development and future trends in isotope technology and business. Thus, this conference gives best opportunity for meeting with researchers, industrial, academician and decision-makers to interact and defining novel prospects in isotopes business as well to exchange and share cutting-edge research and advanced state-of-practice in isotope technology.

 Conference Objectives

  • Highlighting the opportunities and potentials available in the region for the advancement and application of isotopes
  • Providing a platform to present and discuss the most recent research findings, challenges encountered and the state-of-the art in isotope technology
  • Providing a means for achieving Continuous Education Program (CEP) point for industry and Continuous Professional Development (CPD) point for medical
  • Promoting interest and increasing talent pool in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) among university students and encouraging more Malaysian science graduates to foster innovative sustainable ideas for the progress of the country
  • Promoting nuclear science and technology as a means to achieve the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially in the fields of health, hunger, energy and the environment
  • Exchanging and sharing ideas and experiences on innovative use of isotopes for wealth creation and societal well being