Events

  1. 8 Jun 2015
    9 Jun 2015

    This workshop will be of particular interest to researchers performing experimental or modelling work in any aspect of fuel rod behaviour, particularly cladding interactions with fuel and coolant under high sustained temperature, rapid heat-up & quenching conditions like during design basis accident conditions.

  2. 29 Sep 2015
    30 Sep 2015

    The workshop aims at gathering information on the status of implementation of polices and strategies for energy efficiency in public buildings, the current barriers and the enabling factor, the potential for energy efficiency and energy services, and to present some best practices.

  3. 12 Apr 2015
    17 Apr 2015

    The EGU General Assembly 2015 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience. The EGU is looking forward to cordially welcoming you in Vienna!

  4. 14 Sep 2015
    18 Sep 2015

    EU PVSEC is now one of the premiere PV conferences globally, attracting over 1000 papers and about 3000 participants each year. This year's event will be held in Hamburg, Germany from the 14-18 September.

  5. 3 May 2015
    6 May 2015

    ICAPP 2015 will address advances in nuclear power plants in a broad sense, not only covering technological progress in reactors and associated nuclear fuel cycles, but also extending to broader applications of nuclear power, such a cogeneration and hybridization with over low-carbon power sources to displace fossil fuels in applications beyond electricity generation in the housing, transportation and industry sectors.

  6. 15 Apr 2015
    16 Apr 2015

    The fundamental knowledge and the awareness gap which exists within many key policy areas is indeed a major barrier to the implementation of both EU policy, and technology. Although the importance of this issue is recognised, the investment of manpower and finances remains relatively small compared to the investments in technology development, which is often never implemented due to public discourse. Engaging the general public requires a better understanding and communication among the economic, political, social and scientific actors.