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CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION. DEMEULEMEESTER Yves, course co-ordinator. Why this course?. In order to become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge based economy in the world (Lisbon Declaration , March 2000),

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CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION

DEMEULEMEESTER Yves, course co-ordinator


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Why this course?

In order to become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge

based economy in the world (Lisbon Declaration , March 2000),

the EC wants also to promote and develop human resources and mobilityOne of the actions is the topic Special Training Course

(NUCHORIZ-2003-3.5.3.2)


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Why this course?

  • The Euratom Research and Training Programme on Nuclear Energy

  • (2002-2004) stipulates as objective for these special training courses:

  • “to maintain a high level of expertise and competence within the

  • Community on nuclear matters”

  • And for scope:

  • Training courses aimed at the rapid dissemination of the results of national andCommunity research programs

  • Training courses aimed at maintaining competence


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Why this course?

Answer → EUNDETRAF course


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EUNDETRAF II: Objectives

  • Consolidation of the results of national and community research in all areas of decommissioning

  • Dissemination of the existing theoretical as well as the practical know-how

  • Bring together the principal decommissioners to exchange information and experiences


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Target audience

Personnel who are involved or likely to be involved in

future decommissioning activities :

  • Project manager

  • Project engineers

  • Health physicists

  • Administrators

  • Regulators

  • Everybody who wants to know more about decommissioning


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Who is EUNDETRAF

  • SCK-CEN (Belgium)

  • NUKEM (United Kingdom)

  • SOGIN (Italy)

  • Belgatom (Belgium)

  • NRG (The Netherlands)

  • EWN (Germany)

  • DECOM Slovakia (Slovak Republic)

  • University of Hannover (Germany)

  • UKAEA (United Kingdom)

  • CEA (France)

  • INSTN (France)


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Structure of the course

  • 1 week theoretical part

    • Broad audience

    • More general

    • Presentations

  • 1 week practical part

    • Limited audience (due to logistics)

    • More detailed

    • Specific visits, case studies…


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Some statistics


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Practical information

  • Course co-ordinator: Mr. DEMEULEMEESTER Yves

  • Course organizer: Ms. BOURGEOIS Nathalie


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Practical organization

  • Coffee breaks

  • Social Dinner

  • Friday lunch

  • Question list


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