Authors: J. Blomgren, F. Moons, J. Safieh
Addresses: Swedish Nuclear Technology Center and Department of Neutron Research, Uppsala University, Box 525, Uppsala S–751 20, Sweden; ENEN Association, CEA – Saclay, INSTN Building 395, 91 191 Gif sur Yvette Cedex, France. ' Studiecentrum voor Kernenergie, Centre d'etude de l'Energie Nucleaire, SCK, CEN, Boeretang 200, Mol B–2400, Belgium. ' Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, Institut Nationales des Sciences et Techniques Nucleaires, Saclay, Bat. 395, F–91 191 Gif sur Yvette Cedex, France
Abstract: In most countries within the European Union that rely to a significant extent on nuclear power, neither undergraduate nor PhD education is producing a sufficient number of engineers and doctors to fill the needs of the industry. As a result of an EU-supported project, a new education organisation, European Nuclear Education Network (ENEN), has recently been established, with the aim to establish a European master|s degree of nuclear engineering. Recently, a new EU project, Nuclear European Platform of Training and University Organisations (NEPTUNO), has been launched, aiming at the practical implementation of ENEN and harmonisation of training activities.
Keywords: nuclear education; European Nuclear Education Network; ENEN; NEPTUNO; Nuclear European Platform of Training and University Organisations; training; harmonisation; European masters degree; nuclear engineering; nuclear power; nuclear energy; nuclear science; nuclear technology; nuclear knowledge; knowledge management.
International Journal of Nuclear Knowledge Management, 2005 Vol.1 No.3, pp.270 - 282
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