NESTet 2016

NESTet 2016

22 - 26 May 2016 in Berlin, Germany



NUGENIA Academia day - sessions at NESTet 2016

 23/05/2016, Berlin


Invitation to join NUGENIA Academia day sessions

NUGENIA represenatives

  • Abderrahim AL MAZOUZI (NUGENIA Excom, EDF - EDF R&D, France)

  • Oliver Martin (NUGENIA Secretariat, Joint Research Centre Institute for Energy and Transport, Netherlands)

  • Ertugrul Karabaki (NUGENIA Excom, E.ON Kernkraft GmbH, Germany)

  • Anaïs Baudrier (NUGENIA Secretariat, LGI Consulting, France)

Session 1 (11:00 – 12:30 or 16:30 – 18:00)

NUGENIA R&D and Academia mutual benefit pathway: historical briefing on the involvement of academia in collaborative research programme


  • Analysis of results from collaborative projects (EC Seventh Framework Programme, etc.):

    • Involvement of Academia in EU collaborative projects

    • Participation of Academia within national programmes

    • Gaps analysis regarding the participation of academia to collaborative multi-lateral  R&D projects

  • The focus within this session will be to open the dialogue with representatives from the academia on the following questions:

    • How can R&D results be used in education and training programmes?

    • How academia can be more involved in R&D collaborative projects? and how can NUGENIA help academia ?

  • Nugenia will reflect its standpoint regarding how academia can be attracted for producing more R&D results of added value to the end users and what difficulties exist for academia to be more involved in collaborative projects How to facilitate the transfer/use of R&D results for the improvement of nuclear competencies.

Session 2 (11:00 – 12:30 or 16:30 – 18:00)

How to provide necessary Education & Training to perform cross-border works / customized “Nuclear Passport”

Within NUGENIA, Technical Area 7 is dedicated for “Harmonization”. This is a gross-cutting topic aiming at setting and sharing best practices, codes and standards. It is aimed at reducing any substantial difference within a group of countries in nuclear safety requirements and objectives, fabrication, verification and operation of systems and components, safety assessment procedures and practices, as well.  NUGENIA is planning to give brief information regarding these aims.

This session is going to consider the possibility for setting up a customized “Nuclear Passport” in a specific technical field of expertise (e.g. testing, welding, controlling, …. ) to make exchange/assignment/appointment of work forces easier between NUGENIA member organisations within Europe or even on an  international scale.  This session will therefore be organised as follows depending on the confirmation of Nugenia’s invitation:

  • Introduction: NUGENIA Secretariat

  • Title: /Hans Henriksson (Vattenfall/Nugenia ExComm Member) :

  • Title: /Monica Sbaffoni (IAEA):

  • Title: /Concetta Fazio (JRC):

  • Title: /M. Flore (JRC, representing EHRO-N):

  • Title: /J. Roberts (University of Manchester):

Besides these, NUGENIA may invite the following poster topics to its session if NESTet PC agrees to that:

  • NESTet2016-A0063: European Master in Nuclear energy (EMINE). When Academy and industry meet


  • NESTet2016-A0071: A whole new way of doing introductory nuclear power training using Training Simulators




organised in collaboration with:

American Nuclear Society