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First INSPYRE school on Generation IV reactors fuel cycle
The first school of the INSPYRE project on Generation IV reactors fuel cycle will be hosted by the Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands), in the city of Delft. It is co-organised by the partners of the INSPYRE and GENIORS project, and funded by the Euratom research and training program 2014-2018.

The school, designed for graduate students, young scientists and professionals, will give a comprehensive overview of the nuclear fuel cycle for next generation fast neutron nuclear reactors. It will cover key aspects of chemistry, physics and materials science involved in each stage of the fuel cycle, with a particular focus on the challenges of oxide fuels. 

Courses and tutorials


    • Generation IV systems and closed fuel cycle


    • Fuel manufacturing and qualification


    • Detailed fuel characterization


    • Fuel behaviour under irradiation


    • Multiscale modelling and fuel performance codes


    • Fuel reprocessing and recycling


When: Monday 13-05-2019 09:00 - Friday 17-05-2019 18:00
Where: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Please follow this LINK if you would like to have more details.
Contact: INSPYRE-school[a]tudelft.nl

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