Download the NUCL-EU 2020 Newsletter No #12 at this link: NL12_FEBRUARY_2019
We are excited to announce the workshop “Building Open Science in Europe: The road ahead for the EOSC community and the EU Member States” that will take place on 20 June 2019 in Tallinn, Estonia.
eInfraCentral invites current and potential users of the European Open Science Cloud, service providers from Research Infrastructures and e-Infrastructures, national and EU-level policy makers, and all other interested stakeholders to discuss further implementation steps for the EOSC. The workshop will highlight the achievements in the development of the EOSC Portal and will continue the discussion on how to build a user-centric EOSC and implement it across the EU Member States and Associated Countries.
This free-of-charge workshop is organised and hosted by eInfraCentral in cooperation with other EOSC-related projects and initiatives and as one of the key projects in the implementation of the EOSC Portal.
More information about the programme and registration will come soon.
The second edition of the Open Science Fair will take place in Porto (Portugal) on September 16-18, 2019.
The OS Fair Conference will critically showcase the services, e-infrastructures, policies and practices required for the transition to Open Science.
More information soon, watch the OS Fair video!
Are you a MSc or PhD student who wants to go the extra mile to become an expert in one of the domains within radiation protection research? Then the SCK•CEN Academy has interesting opportunities for you. The Academy is currently looking for PhD and Postdoc candidates for the following research topics:
- Application of Lemna minor in site remediation strategies:
- Combining Machine Learning and Operations Research methods for Optimizing Remediation Efforts in Response to Large-Scale Nuclear Emergencies Affecting Food and Agriculture
- Model development for the assessment of the impact of accidental and routine radioactive releases into the Meuse-Scheldt aquatic system
Preparedness for nuclear and radiological emergency response and recovery
- Improved deposition modelling based on combining state-of-the-art atmospheric dispersion simulations and numerical weather data
Social sciences and humanities
- Changing the way personal dosimetry is performed in nuclear medicine: switching from physical dosemeters to computational methods
- Dosimetry aspects of recoiling daughter nuclides of 225-Actinium in Targeted Alpha Therapy
Low-level radioactivity measurements
- Development of novel assays for ‘difficult-to-measure’ radionuclides in materials produced during nuclear decommissioning activities:
- Development of a statistical framework for integration and biomarker discovery in high dimensional and big data settings:
- Energy governance through the lens of sustainability: a review of state-of-the-art
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On 4 July 2018 the First Meeting of the Ukraine-Euratom Research and Innovation Committee (the Joint Committee) under the Agreement for Scientific and Technological Cooperation between the Government of Ukraine and the European Atomic Energy Community associating Ukraine to the Euratom Research and Training programme (2014-2018) took place in Brussels.
The Ukrainian delegation was headed by Mr Maksym Strikha, Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine, and the European Commission delegation by Mr Patrick Child, EC Deputy Director-General for Research and Innovation, who chaired the meeting.
The Joint Committee reviewed and assessed the association of Ukraine to the Euratom Research and Training Programme (2014-2018) since the Association Agreement entered into force on 28 October 2016. The Association Agreement covers the whole spectrum of activities under the Programme including grant funded fission and fusion research, as well as the activities of the Joint Research Centre in the field of nuclear research.
In his opening remarks, Mr Child stressed that the European Commission is committed to the successful implementation of the association of Ukraine to Euratom. Mr Strikha emphasized Ukrainian appreciation of the higher status of cooperation. Ukraine also welcomed the EC National Contact Point (NCP) coordination and support action under the Euratom Work Programme 2018 focused on deeper integration of Ukrainian researchers in Euratom. This project facilitates the participation of Ukrainian scientists in Euratom Programmes, enhances networking between European and Ukrainian scientists and raises awareness both of Euratom in Ukraine and of Ukrainian research activities in the EU.
The Joint Committee stressed the advantages of association in terms of Ukrainian research entities’ participation in indirect actions of nuclear fission and radiation protection under the same conditions as those applicable to legal entities of Member States of the EU. Ukraine became a full partner with the same rights and benefits as national laboratories from EU Member States in the EUROfusion consortium, implementing a comprehensive joint programme in line with the agreed European roadmap to fusion electricity. Ukrainian research institutions are increasingly collaborating with the Joint Research Centre under the Euratom Programme, often jointly with other European partners, establishing informal networks and opening further cooperation opportunities.
Mr Child stressed the importance of international cooperation in nuclear safety research and encouraged Ukrainian research entities to participate in the call under the Euratom Work Programme 2018.
Both sides agreed on further developing their cooperation, as required by the Association Agreement and expressed satisfaction with the pace of association. The second meeting is planned for the spring of 2020.
The webinar took place on June 21st 2018.
Slides and recording of the webinar are available at this link: http://genderaction.eu/webinar-gender-priorities-in-research-and-their-relevance-in-euratom/
You can download the last issue here: JUNE_2018
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