Artificial intelligence in nuclear engineering: developments, lesson learned and and future directions

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In this lecture, an overview on artificial intelligence (AI) from control to decision making in nuclear engineering will be given mainly based on the 10 years progress of the FLINS forum (Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Technology in Nuclear Science). Some FLINS concrete examples on nuclear reactor operation, nuclear safeguards information management, and cost estimation under uncertainty for a large nuclear project will be illustrated for the potential use of AI in nuclear engineering. Recommendations and future research directions on AI in nuclear engineering will be suggested from a practical point of view.


Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Nuclear Atlantic Conference
Place of PublicationSantos, Sao Paolo, Brazil
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2005
EventINAC 2005 - International Bucelar Atlantic Conference - Santos, Sao Paolo, Brazil
Duration: 28 Aug 20052 Sep 2005


ConferenceINAC 2005 - International Bucelar Atlantic Conference
CitySantos, Sao Paolo


  • AI, Nuclear reactor operation, Decision support systems

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