At the meeting the fission part of the Euratom Work Programme 2018 (Call for proposals NFRP 2018) and horizontal issues related to the implementation of the programme were presented.
All presentations are available for download: here
We are pleased to invite you to a thematic Euratom fission info day that will be organised on 9 November 2017, in Brussels (DG RTD building, Rue du Champ de Mars 21, rooms SDR1 & SDR2). This meeting will present the fission part of the Euratom Work Programme 2018 (Call for proposals NFRP 2018), planned to be adopted by the Commission on 27 October 2017, as well as horizontal issues related to the implementation of the programme. The draft Euratom Work Programme 2018 has been made available and can be found
Agenda of the meeting is attached.here 2017 Fission_Info_Day_Agenda Draft V10-10
Registration to the event is now open (click here) and will close on 31 October. Please note that you have to fill in all the mandatory data, it will serve also to grant you access to the EC building. You will receive a confirmation of your participation by email.
In case that applications exceed the capacity of the meeting room, the principle “first come first serve” will be applied, while however taking into account the geographical balance. No reimbursement to participate in this meeting is provided by the European Commission.
The European Commission has published the draft version of the next Work Programme EURATOM 2018.
Download the list here: Ongoing project 2016 2017 1
We are pleased to announce you that the IGD-TP 7th Exchange Forum (EF7) will be held on October 25-26th, 2016, at the Hotel Córdoba Centre, Córdoba, Spain.
Annually, the IGD-TP Exchange Forum brings together the geological disposal of radioactive waste community in order to i) informally discuss common interests in RD&D, ii) highlight IGD-TP ongoing activities and EC projects, iii) initiate or enhance collaboration with other organisations, iv) explore new ideas that could complement the IGD-TP Strategic Research Agenda, and v) prepare future activities and projects that may be developed in the framework of the EC Euratom work programme.
This 7th edition will be themed around increasing the maturity of technology. It will be an opportunity to update members on the platform activities during 2016, inform the community on the outcomes of the recently completed BELBaR, LUCOEX and DOPAS projects and collectively explore the potential of future Joint Activities (through four subject specific working groups).
Furthermore, the Exchange Forum will also aim to summarise the future research needs as currently envisaged by WMOs, TSOs and Research Entities, and open the discussion up to the audience via a panel question and answer session.
This Exchange Forum will help in preparing for future projects, calls, and also initiate or increase interaction between research organizations, waste producers and waste management organizations.
National Centre for Nuclear Research in partnership with National Contact Point in Poland organise the EURATOM Regional Brokerage Day, which will take place on 8th April 2016 in Warsaw (ul.Krzywickiego 34, Warsaw, Poland – building: IMM Office Center – Entry A, 3rd floor).
The goal of the meeting is to foster creation of project consortia for topics of EURATOM Work Programme 2016-2017 and to support participation of organizations from Visegrad and Baltic countries.
After presenting different point of views: EC Project Officer (Katerina Ptackova), Member of EURATOM Program Committee (Grzegorz Wrochna), as well as Project Managers (Aneta Maszewska and Jacek Gajewski), the RBD meeting will create an excellent opportunities to either:
– present your own ideas for new projects (via oral presentations) and seek additional partners, and/or
– present the project potential of your organizations to join forthcoming projects (via posters or broshures describing potential of your research teams and their areas of interest and ideas).
We have also planned a session of individual B2B meetings, in which participants will have the opportunity of one-to-one discussions to clarify their participation in presented projects.
Participation in the event is free. The working language will be English. Registration for the event is required. Number of places is limited.