We are doing science for policy
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is the European Commission's science and knowledge service which employs scientists to carry out research in order to provide independent scientific advice and support to EU policy.
Involved JRC Institutes: IET, ITU
Legal Basis: Joint Programme under SET-Plan
EERA JPNM consists of the following subprogrammes:
Sub-programme 1: Design of ESNII demonstrators and prototypes;
Sub-programme 2: Innovative steels;
Sub-programme 3: Refractory materials;
Sub-programme 4: Modelling and experimental validation on structural materials;
Sub-programme 5: Synthesis, irradiation and qualification of advanced fuels;
Sub-programme 6: Multiscale modelling and separate effect experiments on fuels.
Legal documents: Letter of Intent
Start date: November 2010
Members: 19 (status: June 2014) plus associates
EERA General Secretariat: Holger Ihssen, Helmholtz Association, Brussels; Holger.Ihssen@Helmholtz.de
EERA JPNM Coordinator: Lorenzo Malerba, SCKˑCEN Belgian Nuclear Research Centre; LMALERBA@SCKCEN.BE
Contact at JRC: K.-F. Nilsson, P. Hähner (IET, F4)
JRC role: Coordination (K.-F. Nilsson) of Sub-programme 1: Design of ESNII demonstrators and prototypes; member of Steering Committee and Governing Board
Deliverables: technical reports & results of scientific projects, research agendas, roadmaps, position papers on dedicated topics, framework documents, recommended practices, best practice documents, conference papers, articles in peer-reviewed journals.