‘The Polish and French nuclear societies recently signed an agreement rubberstamping their intention to exploit common synergies and objectives and to cooperate closely on a wide range of activities. The two organisations put out a press release. And here it is. (Editor-in-Chief)’
Warsaw, November 28, 2013
The Polish Nuclear Society (PTN) and the French Society of Nuclear Energy (SFEN) signed Thursday, November 28, 2013 in Warsaw an agreement for cooperation in the nuclear field. This agreement opens a new chapter in the history of the special, long-lasting relationship that the two countries have had in nuclear. Its general objective is the advancement of science and technology in the field of nuclear energy .
It will allow each of the two companies to benefit from the skills and high-level knowledge developed by each other.
This agreement includes the exchange of information on the conferences and seminars organized by each society, as well as contacts between different groups of experts and groups of young professionals and students. It also includes the exchange of articles from journals published by the PTN (Postępy Techniki Jądrowej) and SFEN (Revue Générale Nucléaire) .
The agreement signed November 28, 2013 was concluded for a period of 5 years.
PTN President Zimek stated: "The objectives and action programs of our two companies are exceptionally convergent and the large gap between our achievements and our centers of mutual interests will allow us to benefit from the rich French experiences and contribute to the optimization of the process of developing nuclear energy in Poland. "
SFEN President, Mr. Minière, stated: "Our two societies comprise many researchers. This agreement will enhance the dynamism and the high level of their work in Poland and France, and promote exchanges and advances in areas that shape the nuclear future "
PTN is co-editor of the journal "Postępy Techniki Jądrowej (PTJ)" The signing of the agreement between PTN and SFEN took place at the party given on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of this review .
SFEN : scientific non-profit association established in 1973 , the French Nuclear Energy Society includes 3,500 members, researchers, engineers, professionals, physicians working mostly in the nuclear field. Its purpose is to promote the progress of nuclear science and technology and to contribute to the public knowledge about this form of energy.
PTN : Polskie Towarzystwo Nukleoniczne is an association working, in public interest, for the safe use of the nuclear phenomena, processes and techniques, in particular for the production of energy, the development of industry and agriculture, and the preservation of health and the natural environment. PTN initiates and supports research and technology in all areas of nuclear and objectively inform the company of the safe use of phenomena, processes and nuclear techniques .