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Round table discussion: New Generation(s) for Better Future?

The round table discussion will be open for the public.

Topic

Nuclear energy is expected to remain an essential source of competitive and environmentally friendly primary energy for the decades or even centuries to come.

Sustainable and safe utilization of nuclear energy will require new generations of experts and new generations of reactors. Together, the new generations of experts and new generations of reactors are seen as essential prerequisites for the expansion of nuclear generation capacities worldwide.

The main question tackled at the round table will be how to secure the new generations of experts, reactors and power.

Participants

The  panelists are listed in alphabetic order.

 Walter Ambrosini

Prof. Walter Ambrosini
President of the European Nuclear Education Network Association (ENEN)
University of Pisa, Italy 

 Romana Jordan

Dr. Romana Jordan
Member of the European Parliament
Slovenia

 Miroslav Lipar

Dr. Miroslav Lipar
Head of the IAEA Operational Safety Section
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

 František Pazdera

Dr. František Pazdera
President of SNETP
ČEZ, Czech Republic

 Grzegorz Wrochna

Prof. Grzegorz Wrochna
Director
National Centre for Nuclear Research, Poland

 Jozef Zlatňanský

Mr. Jozef Zlatňanský
Member of the Board of Directors, Slovenské elektrárne, a.s., Integrated Management System and Nuclear Oversight Director
Slovenské elektrárne, a.s., subsidiary of Enel, Slovakia

Moderator

The round table will be moderated by Igor E. Bergant, a professional journalist.

 

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Dates to remember
31 Jan, 2013 Call for papers
31 May, 2013 Abstract submittal (extended)
15 Jun, 2013 Abstracts acceptance
30 Aug, 2013 Full length papers
6 Dec, 2013 Proceedings

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