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Newsletter n° 17 - July 2019
SNETP NEWS
SNETP calendar
 
==> Access the SNETP calendar HERE to be informed of all the events of interest for the community.
 
NEWS FROM SNETP PILLARS
SNETP & NUGENIA come together to form a single legal entity
 
The international association NUGENIA has agreed with the Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform (SNETP) to join efforts by creating one single international association. Together they will aim to strengthen the positioning of nuclear energy in today’s and tomorrow’s European energy mix and consolidate European research, development, demonstration and innovation (R&D&I) on fission technologies.

The new entity SNETP AISBL is expected to be fully operational early 2020. The technical work of the three SNETP pillars remain on-going while the process of integration will be carried out during this year.

The newly formed association will be electing its governing bodies during its next general assembly foreseen end 2019/beginning 2020, meanwhile a transitional governing structure has been appointed to ease the transition and to prepare the way forwards.
 
Stay posted through the SNETP and NUGENIA website and newsletter.
 
Reminder on the H2020 Euratom Call
 
Please take note that the deadline to submit proposals to the H2020 Euratom call is 25 September 2019. You can find more information on the NUGENIA Funding Watch Dashboard. If you are seeking support from the SNETP pillars, please contact the respective pillars' chairs and/or use the NOIP (for NUGENIA related project ideas).
 
SNETP on LinkedIn
 
The SNETP Platform has recently launched a new LinkedIn page, don't hesitate to share the word and subscribe to stay up to date on the Platform's latest news!
 
NEWS OF INTEREST
ANNETTE project - June 2019 Bulletin  
 
ANNETTE (Advanced Networking for Nuclear Education and Training and Transfer of Expertise) is an H2020 project coordinated by the European Nuclear Education Network (ENEN). It publishes a monthly bulletin to promote the courses offered by the partners of the project.
The courses target individuals who are looking to start, refresh, deepen or widen their education and training in the nuclear fields. The topics covered encompass Nuclear Safety / Technology, Radiation Protection, Waste Management and Geological Disposal, Nuclear Safety Culture and Fusion. Major universities, research centres and other institutions in Europe are involved in delivering the courses.

==> The present course programme is available HERE.
 
An updated list of courses is available in the July Bulletin, adding new information on pre-existing and new courses.
 
==> To see the full version of ANNETTE July 2019 Bulletin, click HERE
 
EU-funded Research & Innovation
 
To prepare the implementation of Horizon Europe, the European Commission has launched an online consultation as part of Horizon Europe's intensive co-design process. The process will help shape European research and innovation investments in the coming years.
 
With a proposed budget of 100 billion euros from 2021 to 2027, the Horizon Europe framework programme represents the largest collaborative multinational research and innovation investment in Europe and is open to participants worldwide.
The European Parliament and the Council, the co-legislators have provisionally agreed on the Horizon Europe legislative package. Based on the agreement, a Strategic Plan will put forward the targeted impacts for the investment in research and innovation and the priorities for the first four years of implementation of Horizon Europe.
 
==> For more information on the implementation of Horizon Europe click HERE
 
PUBLICATIONS
New  European Network for Inspection and Qualification (ENIQ) publications released
 
Click HERE to have access to the new ENIQ Publications.
 
EVENTS OF INTEREST
World Nuclear Symposium 2019
 
4-6 September 2019
London, UK
 
The World Nuclear Association Symposium is the premier annual event for the global nuclear industry.
 
Delegates will represent all nuclear energy-related sectors:
  • Fuel supply, mining, conversion, enrichment, fabrication
  • Fuel procurement
  • Research, government, nuclear organizations
  • Transport, legal, financial, insurance, brokerage
  • Reactor vendors
  • Nuclear electricity generation
  • Engineering, construction or waste management
  • Press
 
==> Registration link HERE 
==> More information HERE
 
Severe accident phenomenology short course - SAP 2019
 
9 - 14 September 2019
CEA Cadarache, France

This course will focus on disseminating the knowledge gained on Severe Accident in the last two decades to Masters-PhD students, young engineers and researchers recently involved in Severe Accident. It will be hosted by the INSTN at CEA-Cadarache, near Aix-en-Provence (France). This short course is a sequel to the previous Ljubljana 2017 and Stockholm 2015 SARNET Courses.

==> More information on the course & registration link HERE
 
NEA workshop on Stakeholder Involvement: Risk Communication
 
24-26 September 2019
OECD Conference Centre, Paris, France
 
Nuclear safety regulators, government officials, nuclear facility operators, and other nuclear energy actors have roles and responsibilities in sharing scientific, technical or regulatory information with their stakeholders. This includes sharing radiological risk-related information with the general public and other stakeholders.
To support its member countries in improving the effectiveness of their risk communication activities, the Nuclear Energy Agency will host its 2nd Workshop on Stakeholder Involvement with a focus on risk communication.
 
The workshop will provide an opportunity for NEA member countries to share perspectives and document lessons learnt in risk communication.
The goal is to better understand tools and approaches that foster dialogues towards a shared understanding of radiological risks, and to identify opportunities for improvement.
 
==> More information HERE
==> Workshop programme HERE
 
6th World Nuclear Industry Congress Nuclear New Build Forum
 
25-26 September 2019
London, UK
 
The only conference focusing on latest projects and contract opportunities in new build, decommissioning & waste management across Western Europe, CEE countries, APAC, Africa, North America and South America.
Catch up with projects updates, strategy & regulation, financing & risk management, nuclear fuel cycle, advanced nuclear technology & digital trend, supply chain optimization and disposal of radioactive waste both in the UK and abroad.
 
==> More information HERE
==> Registration link HERE
 
EUROSAFE 2019
 
4-5 November 2019
Cologne, Germany
 
EUROSAFE is a global and European initiative aimed at promoting the convergence of technical nuclear safety practices in Europe.

For this year's event, the European Technical Safety Organisations Network (ETSON) invites you to:
  • Get to know the latest on nuclear installation safety, decommissioning, nuclear waste management, radiation protection and emergency preparedness.
  • Meet up with experts and representatives of relevant stakeholders from all over Europe and beyond.
  • Have your say in the Interactive Round-table Discussion with high-profile panelists on the role of international networks in nuclear safety.
  • Attend the science slam competition hosted by ETSON´s Junior Staff Programme and vote for your favourite for the ETSON Award 2019.
 
8th International Conference on Nuclear Decommissioning (ICOND)
 
12-14 November 2019
Aachen, Germany
 
The International Conference on Nuclear Decommissioning focuses on the relevant legal parameters in Germany and compares decommissioning strategies worldwide.
 
ICOND addresses operators of nuclear plants and companies who are working on the planning, implementation and supervision of decommissioning projects; authorities and technical experts whose focus includes the approval and supervisions procedure of decommissioning projects; and research institutions, which are responsible for the dismantling of research reactors and the storage and/or disposal of radioactive hazardous waste.
 
The conference will enable participants to proficiently discuss the challenges of the decommissioning of nuclear plants in a practical way, and to define optimal planning variants for decommissioning implementation. 
 
==> More information HERE
==> Registration link HERE
 
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