Project Officer: Ms. Katerina Ptackova
NUCL-EU is a project funded by the European Commission under the Euratom Programme of the 7 Framework Programme.
The general objective of the project is reinforcing the network of FP7 National Contact Points (NCPs) and third country contacts in the Euratom Programme.
It aims at creating an efficient, pro-active and sustainable Network for stimulating closer cooperation among all the Euratom National Contact Points.
The project has two specific objectives:
the reinforcement of the Euratom NCP Network.
the enhancement of Member States and Third Countries (involvement) participation.
News and Events Archive
45th Annual Meeting on Nuclear Technology
Congress Center Messe Frankfurt, Germany
6 - 8 May 2014
The DAtF (German Atomic Forum) and the KTG (German Nuclear Society) warmly invite you to the 45th Annual Meeting on Nuclear Technology (AMNT). As one of Europe‘s biggest and most prestigious nuclear energy conferences, this is a must-attend event for international experts and decision-makers working in industry, utilities, research and development, politics and administration.
It features many various formats such as Topical and Technical Sessions, Focus Sessions and Workshops divided in within three Key Topics:
- Reactor Operation, Safety
- Competence, Innovation, Regulation
- Fuel, Decommissioning & Disposal
The European Forum to discuss Nuclear Technology Issues, Opportunities & Challenges
11 - 14 May 2014
The European Nuclear Conference (ENC) is THE international get-together of nuclear science and industry in Europe. This European Nuclear Society (ENS) event has a multidisciplinary approach, looking at nuclear science and technology in energy production, non-power industrial and life science applications.
ENC 2014 will be a unique networking event for scientists, nuclear industry representatives and policy makers, who can consider and discuss ideas and innovations that will drive the technological developments of the future.
ENC 2014 - The European Forum to discuss Nuclear Technology Issues, Opportunities & Challenges
11 - 15 May 2014
The European Nuclear Conference (ENC) is THE international get-together of nuclear science and industry in Europe.
For its next edition in 2014 ENC will focus on challenges faced by nuclear power plant operators.
One of our keynotes will give an insight into the complex maintenance issues faced by the Belgian Doel 3 and Tihange 2 power plants following Hydrogen Flakes in their Reactor Pressure Vessels.
Further subjects will be:
- How can we keep up excellence over an extended life-time of reactors?
- How can we cope with challenges facing national (and international) electricity distribution grids when faced with accepting low-carbon electricity from a diverse range of sources?
- What are the best investments for continuous safety improvements?