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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.
The School on the Physics and Chemistry of the Actinides will be organised as a tutorial session to the JdA conference.
The "45èmes Journées des Actinides" brings together experts from all fields related to actinides, young scientists and students, stimulates the presentation and dissemination of new results as well as discussions and collaborations.
Every two years the JRC-ITU organises Summer Schools on Actinide Science at its laboratories in Karlsruhe. Young researchers from all over the world have participated in lectures, laboratory visits and demonstrations. The 7th Summer School will be held from 16th to 19th July 2013. This school will be co-sponsored by the ACTINET I3
Every two years the JRC-ITU organises Summer Schools on Actinide Science at its laboratories in Karlsruhe. Young researchers from all over the world have participated in lectures, laboratory visits and demonstrations. The 8th Summer School will be held from the 15th to the 19th of June 2015.
The GENTLE (Graduate and Executive Nuclear Training and Lifelong Education) project brings together leading European academic and research institutions with the goal to set up an executive learning programme, strongly supported by industry stakeholders. In this 6 week course you will learn the physics behind nuclear science, how to gain energy from nuclear fission, how nuclear reactors operate safely, and the life cycle of nuclear fuel: from mining to disposal. In the last part of the course, we will focus on what matters most in the public debate: the economic and social impact of nuclear energy but also the future of energy systems.
JRC Karlsruhe has the pleasure to organise the HOTLAB 2016 Conference, the 53rd Annual meeting on 'hot' laboratories and remote handling in cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). HOTLAB 2016 will take place at the Leonardo Hotel Karlsruhe, Germany on October 2-6, 2016.
A five days intersemester course on Nuclear Fuels. is organized within the framework of the EURATOM FP7 GENTLE project. The course comprises of Lectures by experts and Laboratory visits with practical training.
The School focuses on neutron instrumentation, mainly for large-scale facilities, though a session will be devoted to instrumentation at compact, accelerator-driven neutron facilities.