Project Officer: Ms. Katerina Ptackova

NUCL-EU

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.

Transnational Workshop Transnational Workshop
During the implementation of NUCL-EU, at least 3 Transnational Workshops will be organised by 3 different NCPs...
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Partner SearchPartner Search
The "partner search" is a service that give support to all researchers or consortia with a well defined project idea...
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TrainingsTrainings
The aim of the trainings is to enhance the professional skills of Euratom NCPs , included the Third Countries NCPs...
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News and Events Archive

International Conference on Development and Applications of Nuclear Technologies, NUTECH 2014

Warsaw

21 - 24 September 2014

The NUTECH-2014 is a continuation of the National Symposia on Applications of Nuclear Techniques in Industry, Agriculture, Medicine and Environment Protection, which have been held in Poland since 1960, almost every three years. From 2008 it attained the international status. With a significant number of foreignparticipants the NUTECH conference provides a platform for the nuclear science community to share the experience and to learn about the recent developments going on in nuclear research and their practical applications.

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Clays in Natural and Engineered Barriers for Radioactive Waste Confinement

Brussels

23 - 26 March 2015

The purpose of this 6th international conference is to gather specialists in the various disciplines related to clays and clay minerals with multidisciplinary scientists from organisations engaged in radioactive waste disposal, in order to assess the progress of the research conducted in the field. This 6th conference will cover all topics concerning natural argillaceous geological barriers and clay-based engineered barrier systems for radioactive waste disposal.

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