02Jun2018

NC2I – GEMINI progress

NC2I’s achievements in the last few months converge with the ongoing work in the H2020 project GEMINI .

Since 2014 the Next Generation Nuclear Plant (NGNP) Industry Alliance (USA) and the Nuclear Cogeneration Industrial Initiative (NC2I) have been joining forces to work with their respective governments to carry out the design and regulatory requirements for the development of the first commercial High Temperature Gas-cooled Reactor (HTGR) as part of the GEMINI Initiative. For 36 months, the GEMINI project will support…

02Jun2018

Full Conference Report of SET-Plan 2017 now available

The SET Plan – The 10th Year Anniversary – Central European Energy Conference 2017 took place in Bratislava from 29 November to 1 December. SNETP Governing Board Chair Aït Abderrahim Hamid participated as a panelist in the session Nuclear Safety and Security, together with Daniel Iracane (DDG and Chief Nuclear Officer of the NEA at the OECD), Peter Liska (Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors at VUJE), Radek Skoda (Assistant Professor at the Czech Technical University).

Synergies between the…

01Jun2018

ESNII and next Euratom H2020 Call

The deadline for the next Euratom call is set to 27 September 2018. In this context, two Nuclear Framework Research Programmes (NFRP) were identified of interest for ESNII: NFRP 2 dedicated to the Model Development and safety assessments for Generation IV reactors and NFRP 3 dedicated to Research on the safety of Light Water Small Modular Reactors.

To learn more on how ESNII could contribute to your project proposal please contact the members of the ESNII Executive Board.

30May2018

PhD positions opening in new reactor technologies at NCBJ

National Centre for Nuclear Research (NCBJ), Otwock-Warszawa, Poland, announces Ph.D. studentships in new reactor technologies (HTGR, DFR)
operating starting on 1 October 2018

The National Center for Nuclear Research is inviting candidates for a 5-year doctoral studies in reactor physics within the framework of the project “New reactor concepts and safety analyses for the Polish Nuclear Energy Program” POWR.03.02.00-00.I005/17-02. The project will be devoted to the research in the new high temperature reactor technologies: HTGR – High Temperature Gas Cooled Reactor…

17Apr2018

Look back at Nuclear days and NUGENIA Forum

The 2nd edition of the Nuclear days and the 7th edition of the NUGENIA Forum were held jointly in Prague last week. The event gathered the 3 SNETP pillars (NUGENIA, ESNII and NC2I) as well as EERA JPNM (Joint programme for nuclear materials) to strengthen collaboration and share views on cross-cutting issues and future needs.

Around 250 delegates participated in the event representing 104 international organisations (industry, R&D, TSOs, SMEs, academia) from 24 countries. The introductory plenary session focused on…

01Mar2018

Reminder: Call for papers HTR 2018

9th International Topical Meeting on High Temperature Reactor Technology

Novotel Warszawa Centrum, 8-10 October 2018
Marszałkowska 94/98, 00-510 Warsaw, Poland

More information: www.htrconf.org
HTR 2018 event flyer: download >

ABOUT HTR 2018

The International Topical Meeting on High Temperature Reactor Technology is the sole international conference focusing on high-temperature gas-cooled reactors and process heat application technology. Inaugurated in 2002 by the European High Temperature Reactor Tech-nology Network HTR-TN in Petten, The Netherlands, successive…

28Feb2018

A look back at the 7th GA & 10th Anniversary

7th General Assembly in Brussels & Celebrations of the tenth Anniversary of the Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform

On 22 February 2018, the 7th SNETP General Assembly and the celebration of the platform tenth’s anniversary took place in Brussels. The event was coorganised by the SNETP Secretariat with the support of the European Commission – Joint Research Center and DG Research and Innovation – and chaired by the Governing Board Chair, Hamid Aït Abderrahim.

”Open…

14Feb2018

ENEN+ project opens call for mobility grants

The ENEN+ project aims to substantially contribute to the revival of the interest of young generations in the careers in nuclear sector. In order to achieve this purpose, the ENEN + H2020 project is launching a mobility call that will open on 1 March 2018.

WHO SHOULD APPLY?

The mobility grants are intended for those, who would like to improve their knowledge, skills and competitiveness for career opportunities in the following nuclear fields:

  • Nuclear engineering and safety
  • Waste management and geological disposal
  • Radiation protection
  • Medical…