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9th ICTP-IAEA Nuclear Energy Management School
08 Oct 2018 - 19 Oct 2018 • Trieste , Italy
First Joint IAEA/ICTP Course on Scientific Novelties in the Phenomenology of Severe Accidents in Water Cooled Reactors
22 Oct 2018 - 26 Oct 2018 • Trieste , Italy
Training Workshop on the Development of Severe Accident Management Guidelines Development Using the IAEA’s SAMG-D Toolkit
29 Oct 2018 - 01 Nov 2018 • Vienna, Austria
Training Course on Reactor Technology Assessment: Testing the IAEA’s Reactor Assessment Methodology
12 Nov 2018 - 16 Nov 2018 • Vienna, Austria
IAEA Nuclear Energy Management School
12 Nov 2018 - 23 Nov 2018 • Johannesburg, South Africa
Training/Workshop on Strategic Environmental Assessments of Nuclear Power Programmes
13 Nov 2018 - 23 Nov 2018 • Vienna, Austria
International School of Nuclear and Radiological Leadership for Safety
26 Nov 2018 - 30 Nov 2018 • New Delhi , India
The IAEA’s International School of Nuclear and Radiological Leadership for Safety will be held 26-30 November, 2018, in New Delhi, India. This one-week programme, based on the IAEA’s General Safety Requirements Leadership and Management for Safety (GSR Part 2), uses an interactive approach that includes students analysing case studies. Facilitators will act as mentors, guiding and challenging participants in learning on leadership for safety.
57th ISODARCO Course "The Past and Future of Arms Control, Non-proliferation and Disarmament"
06 Jan 2019 - 13 Jan 2019 • Andalo, Trento, Italy
We are living in a nuclear era of unprecedented changes. For decades, arms control and nonproliferation were a large part of the answer to the crucial question of containing the dangers created by nuclear weapons. Years of bilateral and multilateral negotiations gradually built up an extensive architecture of arrangements designed to promote stability, limit arms racing, prevent the spread of nuclear weapons, provide mechanisms for crisis management, combat nuclear terrorism, address regional nuclear dangers, and contribute to confidence building between adversaries. Today, the existing arms control and nonproliferation infrastructure is eroding while deteriorating relationships between nuclear powers and striking technological advances are raising new risks. Can arms control be adapted to the emerging technological era? Meanwhile, as indicated by the adoption of the UN treaty banning nuclear weapons, much of the world demands nuclear disarmament. What are the politics and prospects for eliminating nuclear weapons?
Radiation Effects on Material Properties Seminar
07 Mar 2019 - 08 Mar 2019 • Palma de Mallorca, Spain
This course is directed at engineers, physicists and materials scientists with an interest in component behaviour in nuclear reactor cores. The primary aim is to give a practical understanding of how material properties are affected by irradiation and how this impacts the reactor operation and the useful life of a given component in the reactor. The course will provide reactor design engineers and reactor operations staff an appreciation for materials selection in reactor construction and also provide some of the tools needed to predict material property changes that occur over the life of the reactor. The focus will be on radiation effects on material properties; corrosion and other reactions with the coolant will not be addressed
PWR Reactor Design and Operation Seminar
14 Mar 2019 - 15 Mar 2019 • Palma de Mallorca, Spain
This course provides an overview of all aspects of PWR plant and fuel design including normal operation, accident mitigation, the fuel reload analysis process, operating experience issues, and computer codes used for PWR analyses. The generic characteristics of a PWR are considered followed by an overview of the major plant systems and normal core operation. Details of the three US PWR vendor designs are examined. Major PWR accident mitigation systems are reviewed as well as characteristics of significant accident scenarios analysed. Next, PWR fuel component design and function are described in detail, including material selection. Significant analysis requirements, such as critical heat flux and reactivity control, are discussed as well as the cycle reload analysis process. Lastly, operating experience challenges and current state codes for PWR analysis are reviewed.
ANS 2019 Student Conference
04 Apr 2019 - 06 Apr 2019 • Richmond, VA, United States
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Last updated: 07 August 2018