Issue No. 42 Autumn
(November 2013)


ENS News

Word from the President


ENS 2014 Career Convention

ENS High Scientific Council Position Paper

ENS Events

NESTet 2013

PIME 2014

RRFM 2014

ENC 2014

Member Societies

SNE News

Technology research - the SUSEN project and the nuclear fuel cycle (JPC)


YGN Report

SNUS at Pohoda – again with Info-kiosk

A Young Generation Network initiative on the role and expectations of the Bulgarian nuclear society

Country Report - France

Interview with Mr François GAUCHÉ, CEA

Members of the Czech and Slovak YGNs take part in joint retreat

Corporate Members

L-3 MAPPS Successfully Completes Major Projects for Eskom’s Koeberg Power Station in South Africa

High temperature furnace

Specialist Engineering for Supply, Interim Storage and Logistics

ENUSA’s strategy for gaining access to international nuclear fuel markets

MYRRHA takes a step closer to realization

ENS World News

TRASNUSAFE - Training Schemes On Nuclear Safety Culture


The ECVET-oriented Nuclear Job Taxonomy: a European cooperative project

ENS sponsored conferences

ENS Members

Links to ENS Member Societies

Links to ENS Corporate Members

Editorial staff

PIME 2014

PIME 2014
16 - 19 February 2014 in Ljubljana, Slovenia

RRFM 2014

RRFM 2014
30 March - 3 April 2014 in Ljubljana, Slovenia

ENC 2014

ENC 2014
11 - 15 May 2014 in Marseille, France

TopFuel 2015

Topfuel 2015
13 - 17 September 2015 in Zurich, Switzerland

PIME 2014

PIME 2014 Award for Communications Excellence

Every year, during the PIME (Public Materials Information Exchange) conference, a flagship event organised by the European Nuclear Society (ENS), the PIME Award for Communications Excellence is presented to the creator of what is judged to be the most effective, results-oriented communications campaign launched recently in the nuclear sector.

What’s so special about this award?

There is no shortage of awards being presented every day; some might say too many. But there is only one stand-out award that recognises excellence when it comes to communicating on the sensitive and specialised area that is nuclear energy - the PIME Award for Communications Excellence.

So, what is it that makes this award stand out from the crowd? What is its special added value? The answer is peer review. From a professional perspective there is nothing more satisfying than getting the recognition and praise of your fellow communicators, or knowing that your efforts have perhaps inspired them to find solutions to meet their communications challenges. It’s also about sharing with others.

Selling the concept

A jury of nuclear communications professionals assesses all the entries and a shortlist of the best ones is drawn up. These shortlisted campaigns are then presented, showcased and “sold” to PIME delegates during the conference. The delegates, your fellow communications professionals, then cast their votes and the winner is determined. The award is presented at the end of the conference.

Reaping the rewards

If you have achieved success with a recent communications campaign don’t keep it to yourself. Share it with others and send it to ENS. If it is shortlisted it will be centre stage during the 2014 PIME Conference, which is taking place in Ljubljana, Slovenia, from 16 – 19 February 2014. 

If you know of another communications campaign that is worthy of being entered for the award, but perhaps its creator is too modest, please let us know and it can be assessed too along with all the other cmapigns.

You could soon be the proud winner of the 2014 PIME Award for Communications Excellence.  It can also provide your organisation with the oxygen of publicity and inspire your fellow communicators around the world to achieve similar success!

Send in your campaign entry NOW and take part in the 2014 PIME Award for Communications Excellence.

MARK YOUR DIARY – Join us in Ljubljana from 16 – 19 February 2014

PIME 2014 Conference Secretariat


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