Mini-workshop from Theory to Practice
This series of online mini-workshops is aimed at Master students and helps to establish an understanding of nuclear power plant life cycle, power plant licensing, design workflow and tools. There will be lectures, exercises, group discussions and many live examples from ongoing fission (EPR) and fusion (ITER) projects.
28th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference
Nice Acropolis Conference Center, Nice, France
At the 28th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference (FEC2020), taking place 10 -15 May 2021 in Nice, France, the “crème de la crème” of the international fusion science community comes together for a week to discuss the state of the art in fusion. Often called the “Champions League of Fusion” or even the “Fusion Olympics,” the Fusion Energy Conference (FEC) has no parallel. It is here where the latest progress in fusion research is presented and discussed by the top players in the field.
Second TRANSAT Tritium School
Following the successful First Tritium School, TRANSAT partners decided to keep the structure of the first school. They plan to organise five days of talks of invited speakers where cross-cutting activities from fission and fusion on tritium will be presented together with a waste management issues and biological studies with respect to toxicology and dosimetry. The school will take in the afternoon hours in European central time in order make it available also for attendees outside Europe with different time zones.
5th International Summer School on the Physics of Plasma-Surface Interactions
During the International Summer School on the Physics of Plasma-Surface Interactions, graduate students, postgraduate fellows and young researchers are invited to interact with leading scientists from the complex and diverse field of plasma-surface interactions. This year the school will be held online!
Heavy Metal Summer School 2021
To be determined
During this summer school, participants will gain insight into the state-of-the-art research focused to the development of MYRRHA and other HLM-based nuclear systems. The summer school will cover several aspects of HLM technology that are essential for the engineering design and safety of nuclear systems.