Karlsruhe (DE) - 22/04/09 - 24/04/09
1st Advanced Training Course on Illicit Trafficking and Consequence Management with NUCLEONICA
The 1st Advanced Training Course on Illicit Trafficking and Consequence Management with NUCLEONICA is taking place in the JRC Institute for Transuranium Elements (ITU), Karlsruhe from the 22-24th April 2009. The course is aimed at persons who provide technical support (measurements, interpreting results, drawing conclusions, making recommendations) for the actions in response to illicit trafficking incidents and radiological events. Participants from Candidate Countries, Potential Candidate Countries, and ENP Countries are physicists, radio-chemists, health physicists, technical experts from national law enforcement agencies and regulatory authorities, who may be involved in the assessment of such events. The purpose of the course is to enhance and support nuclear related decision-making as well as provide formal academic principles in nuclear science.
As part of its "Enlargement and Associated Initiatives" activity, the European Commission sponsors participants from Candidate Countries (Turkey, Croatia, the former Republic of Macedonia), Potential Candidate Countries (Serbia, Montenegro, Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina) as well as European Neighbourhood Partner (ENP) Countries (Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Republic of Moldova, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority, Syria, Tunisia and Ukraine).