Mathilde Bazin-Retours

19
Nov

Milan hosted the GENIORS workshop n°3

The third GENIORS workshop took place in Milan (Italy), from 4 -6 November 2019. Entitled “Processes: flow-sheets & simulation”, this event was hosted by the Politecnico di Milano. Dealing with actinides separation processes and process simulations and modelling, this workshop was a pleasant opportunity for fruitful discussions and scientific exchanges. Around 50 participants coming from 8 different European countries, together with expert colleagues from Russia

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22
Oct

GENIORS Newsletter n°2

The second GENIORS newsletter is now online! Learn more about solutions for improving recycling of spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste in the closed nuclear fuel cycle by clicking here!

1
Oct

GENIORS workshop n°3 in Milan

The third GENIORS workshop will be held in Milan (Italy), from 4 -6 November 2019. Entitled “Processes: flow-sheets & simulation”, this event will be hosted by the Politecnico di Milano. As for the previous GENIORS meetings in Prague and Antwerp, the Milan meeting is an open workshop, dealing with actinides separation processes and process simulations and modelling. The first part of the workshop will

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24
Sep

Save the date & submit your abstract for ATALANTE 2020!

The 2020 edition of ATALANTE – Nuclear chemistry for sustainable fuel cycles will take place in Montpellier (France), from 7-12 June 2020.  Sponsorised by the GENIORS project and organised by the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), the ATALANTE Conference provides an international forum for presentations and discussions on advances for future fuel cycles and waste management. Previous editions took

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20
Jun

GENIORS partners met in Madrid

From 17-19 June 2019, the GENIORS partners gathered in Madrid for the 4th Project Meeting. Gallery

11
Jun

GENIORS at the FISA 2019 Conferences

GENIORS participated in the Session n°3 titled “Advanced nuclear systems and fuel cycle” of the FISA 2019 Conferences, taking place in Pitesti (Romania) from 4-7 June. This third FISA session was devoted to R&D of a new generation of more sustainable reactor technologies, the safety design and licensing of technologies also identified by the European Sustainable Nuclear Industrial Initiative (SNETP-ESNII Generation

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4
Jun

GENIORS 3rd Project Meeting

Six months since the last full project meeting, a rather different format was used for the 3rd GENIORS meeting in Antwerp (Belgium) from 23-25 October 2018. This “Stakeholders event & Topical Day” meeting was split into two parts: a training and education workshop for Ph.D students and post-doctoral researchers, organised as a think tank focussed on process safety a communication

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26
May

First INSPYRE School

The first school of the INSPYRE project, focused on the Generation IV reactors fuel cycle, was organised jointly with the GENIORS project from May 13th to 17th, 2019 at the Delft University of Technology, in the city of Delft (The Netherlands). The school, designed for graduate students, young scientists and professionals, gave a comprehensive overview of the nuclear fuel cycle

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23
Jan

Radiochemistry PhD positions in SCK-CEN

SCK-CEN, one of the GENIORS partners, offers the following PhD positions in the field of radiochemistry: Development of a continuous process to separate americium from curium and lanthanides Inorganic sorption materials tailored for 225Ra/225Ac and 225Ac/213Bi radionuclide generators for biomedical applications Non-aqueous separation process for the purification of the lutetium-177 medical radioisotope Sol-gel chemistry to control morphology and porosity of

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19
Dec

GENIORS Stakeholders event & Topical Day Partitioning meets transmutation

GENIORS and SCK-CEN organised from 24 to 25th of October a Stakeholders event & Topical Meeting on Partitioning and Transmutation, taking place in Antwerp (Belgium). The Stakeholders event & Topical Day provided insight on the current state of the art of partitioning and transmutation and present and future (inter)national scenarios. The aim was to create an interface between the involved communities and stakeholders to discuss and interact on technical-scientific,

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