For over 30 years, experts, officials, executives, journalists, and students from across the globe have come together to debate—and explore solutions for—the most pressing challenges in nuclear nonproliferation, arms control, disarmament, deterrence, energy, and security at the Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference. After meeting virtually in 2021, we will gather again in person and online in 2022. Join us October 27 and 28 as we reconnect, rebuild, and reenergize the nuclear policy field.
For pricing, more information, and answers to frequently asked questions, click here.
For those joining in person, the conference will be held at a new venue—the Hyatt Regency Washington On Capitol Hill.
We have reserved a block of rooms so conference participants can enjoy the convenience of staying onsite at a substantially reduced rate. After September 30, participants will lose the ability to book at the group rate and availability can no longer be guaranteed. To reserve your room and for additional information on rates, please click here.
While plenary sessions will be streamed free of charge on YouTube, paid virtual attendees will be able to engage fully in the conference through access to livestreams of all conference panels and side sessions, the ability to participate in live Q&A, and networking opportunities with other conference participants.
Due to limited space and concerns surrounding the COVID pandemic, registration will be capped at 400 participants. Once these slots are filled, you can add yourself to the waitlist by registering (without paying). If we are able to offer you a space, you will be contacted and asked to complete payment.