2018 Modeling, Experimentation and Validation (MeV) Summer School
16-26 July 2018, Argonne National Lab, USA
The summer school focuses on Advanced Reactor Systems and Novel Advances in Multi-Physics Modeling and Simulation, and it will provide early career engineers and scientists with advanced studies in integrated modeling, experimentation, and validation (MeV) to develop an understanding of the current and future challenges facing nuclear energy advancement.
The INSTN has assembled knowledge and expertise from CEA engineer-researchers and technicians, industry and safety authority researchers and experts. As such, courses incorporating the latest scientific and technical developments are offered, associated with technical visits of industrial nuclear plants (Orano).
This course is for technicians, researchers and engineers working in nuclear sciences and industry and wishing to get advanced knowledge in the field of nuclear fuel cycle.
For more information and to register, consult the course flyer.
International Course: Generation IV Nuclear Reactor Systems for the Future
18-22 June 2018, INSTN/CEA-Saclay, France
In this course participants will receive an up-to-date basic knowledge of the six concepts selected for Generation IV Nuclear Systems (SFR, LFR, GFR, VHTR, SCWR, MSR). Our target audience are professionals who are already involved in Gen IV system activities or planning to work in this area. Researchers and students interested in fourth generation nuclear reactors are also invited to participate in this International Course. Download the course flyer for more details and contact information.
Molten Salt Reactor (MSR) Workshop
24 January 2017 (afternoon), PSI, Switzerland
This MSR workshop was held on 24 January 2017 and hosted by the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI). The focus was on national projects from GIF MSR partners. Presentations are available on the GIF Workshops page.
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