Issue No. 39 Autumn
(February 2013)


ENS News

Word from the President

ENS High Scientific Council Statement

The ENC 2012 Career Event

ENS Events

ETRAP 2013

RRFM 2013

NESTet 2013

Member Societies

NENE 2013

News from the Hungarian Nuclear Society

SNE News

Physics and students

YGN Report

ENC2012: A Romanian Young Generation report on ENC 2012

ENS 2012: a report by the SFEN (French Nuclear Society) Young Generation Network

Frank Carré –winner of Jan Runermark Award 2012

Atoms for the Future 2012

ENYGF 2013

IYNC2014, Burgos, Spain

Interview of Dr. Ralf Güldner– CEO of E.ON Kernkraft GmbH

Corporate Members

SCK•CEN supports ESA incubation centre in Flanders

A Report on the state of research in France into radioactive waste management

Linn - High Therm

ENS World News

ENS sponsored conferences

ENS Members

Links to ENS Member Societies

Links to ENS Corporate Members

Editorial staff

Pime 2013

PIME 2013
17 - 20 February 2013 in Zurich, Switzerland

ETRAP 2013

ETRAP 2013
12 - 15 March 2013 in Vienna, Austria

RRFM 2013

RRFM 2013
21 - 25 April 2013 in Saint Petersburg, Russia

NESTet 2013

NESTet 2013
17 - 21 November 2013 in Madrid, Spain

Frank Carré – winner of Jan Runermark Award 2012

Frank Carré

Frank Carré has a long and successful career in Nuclear Energy. He graduated from Ecole Centrale Paris in France and from MIT and Orsay University in Nuclear Engineering. Frank made his career at CEA, the French Atomic Energy Commission, where he held several managerial positions. He contributed to studies on advanced nuclear systems such as light water reactors, fusion reactor blankets and space power reactors. He is currently Scientific Director of the Nuclear Energy Division.

Parallel to that, Frank Carré has always been very active in the education and promotion of youth peop le in the nuclear industry. Since 1985 he has been Professor at the INSTN in France. In addition, he holds since 2007 the chair “Sustainable Energy” at Ecole

Polytechnique, where he is also in charge of nuclear engineering lectures. Frank is a member of the International Nuclear Energy Academy and gives regular lectures in international training programs, such as the World Nuclear University. Frank supervised several master thesis and PhD students and still encourages new students to discover the nuclear industry's challenges.

His activities among the French Nuclear Society (the SFEN) are highly appreciated. Among other, he developed the cooperation with the American Nuclear Society and its French chapter, particularly in enhancing cooperation in nuclear engineering education between those two countries. Frank has always been a strong supporter of SFEN-JG (French YGN) activities and we would like to thank him for that.

For his career path but also for his the dedication and support for youth in nuclear industry, the ENS YGN decided to award him the 2012 Jan Runermark Award.

Congratulations Frank!

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