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Member Societies

A Pan-European Federation

ENS, founded in Bern in 1975 and re-established in Brussels in 2002, is the federation of 23 nuclear societies from 23 countries — stretching from the Atlantic to the Urals and on, across the Russian Federation to the Pacific.

Directory of ENS Member Societies

The 23 national nuclear societies that make up the membership of ENS are listed below. Scroll down and click on the links to view the contact details for these societies:

Austrian Nuclear Society

Austrian Nuclear Society

Belgian Nuclear Society

Belgian Nuclear Society

Bulgarian Nuclear Societ

Bulgarian Nuclear Society

Croatian Nuclear Society

Croatian Nuclear Society

Czech Nuclear Society

Czech Nuclear Society


Finnish Nuclear Society

French Nuclear Energy Society

French Nuclear Energy Society

German Nuclear Society

German Nuclear Society

Hungarian Nuclear Society

Hungarian Nuclear Society

Israel Nuclear Society

Israel Nuclear Society

Italian Nuclear Association

Italian Nuclear Association

Lithuanian Nuclear Energy Association

Lithuanian Nuclear Energy Association

Netherlands Nuclear Society

Netherlands Nuclear Society

The Nuclear Institute

The Nuclear Institute

Nuclear Society of Russia

Nuclear Society of Russia

Nuclear Society of Serbia

Nuclear Society of Serbia

Nuclear Society of Slovenia

Nuclear Society of Slovenia

Polish Nuclear Society

Polish Nuclear Society

Romanian Nuclear Energy Association

Romanian Nuclear Energy Association

Slovak Nuclear Society

Slovak Nuclear Society

Spanish Nuclear Society

Spanish Nuclear Society

Swedish Nuclear Society

Swedish Nuclear Society

Swiss Nuclear Society

Swiss Nuclear Society


 

 

 


 

 


 

ENS conferences

 
TopSafe 2017

TopSafe 2017
12-16 Feb. 2017
Vienna, Austria

PIME 2017

PIME 2017
19 - 22 March 2017, Middelburg Netherlands

RRFM 2017

RRFM 2017
14 - 18 May 2017 in Rotterdam, Netherlands

ETRAP 2017

ETRAP 2017
30 May - 2 June 2017, Valencia, Spain