What is INMM?INMM was formed in 1958 as a scientific and educational organization committed to advancing the quality of nuclear material practices worldwide, including the application of the principles of accounting, auditing, mathematics, statistics, physics, chemistry, engineering, and physical protection to the safeguarding of nuclear fuel and nuclear material. The INMM is a nonprofit organization and has been formally adopted over 33 nations.
INMM has aided in the promotion of best practices regarding nuclear materials management on a global scale by including representatives of the World Institute of Nuclear Security (WINS) in the proceedings at the 50th annual INMM conference in Tucson. As a nuclear materials professional, one of the best opportunities for involvement in the discussions and to influence the direction of global policy is through active involvement with INMM.
The INMM is composed of six technical divisions:
What's in it for you?
For starters, there's the opportunity to belong to an organization that's dedicated to keeping the world safe handling of nuclear materials across the planet. Second, you can witness firsthand how a career in nuclear materials management offers a level of personal satisfaction that's difficult to match. In addition, joining INMM gives you a lot of opportunities to network with professionals through chapter activities, technical division activities, and the INMM Annual Meeting.
Other benefits for students include:
About Joining INMM at the University of Tennessee
The UTK INMM is welcome to all majors and those who are both casually or seriously interested in nuclear materials management. The nuclear materials management field is extremely important and has a wide base in a variety of fields. Among those who should consider attending events are those in: