NESTet 2016

NESTet 2016

22 - 26 May 2016 in Berlin, Germany



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Wednesday 25 May 2016

9.00 – 11.00 What are the tools recently developed for nuclear education and training?
Chair: M. Alonso-Ramos, UNED, Spain


Alonso-Ramos, M. (1); Sánchez-Elvira, Á. (1); Benavent Sendra, J. (1); Bravo Calvo, S. (1); De la Rosa, S. (1); Sanz Gozalo, J. (1); Martín, S. (1); Muñoz Sánchez, S. (1) Castro Gil, M. (1); Merino Moreno, C. (2); González Aure, N. (2)
1 - UNED, Spain
2 - ICA2 Innovación y Tecnología, Spain


Foulon, F. (1); Borio di Tigliole, A. (2)
1 - CEA, France
2 - IAEA, Austria

PyNIC: Python-Based Neutron Interaction Calculator for Accurate Neutron Activation Predictions in TRIGA Experiments and Student Training

Moffitt, G. (1); Porter, J. (1); Jevremovic, T. (1)
1 - The University of Utah, United States

Could creativity be taught and evaluated in a nuclear engineering course?

Jimenez, G. (1); Fernandez-Cosials, K. (1); Minguez, E. (1)
1 - Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain

Play and learn – A serious game for a better understanding of severe accidents

Peeters, A. (1); Tillement, S. (2); Grousson, C. (2)
1 - ISIB (Institut Supérieur Industriel de Bruxelles), Belgium
2 - Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France


Genini, E. (1)
1 - Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica, Argentina

9.00 – 11.00 Parallel Session: Discover the ‘maze’ of networks
Chair: E. Janisz, ENS

Current Status and Challenges of IAEA Regional Networks Activities in the field of Nuclear Safety

Guo, L. (1); Parlange, J. (1)
1 - International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Austria

An Amazing First Ten Years for the Nuclear Technology Education Consortium

Roberts, J. (1)
1 - The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Success Factors of International Education and Training Networks

Ambrosini, W. (1); Jaspers, R. (2); Schoenfelder, C. (3)
1 - CIRTEN, Italy
2 - Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
3 - Schoenfelder.Training, Germany

Evolution of the CHERNE network according to the new Erasmus+ program

Gerardy, I. (1); Rodenas, J. (2)
1 - Haute Ecole Paul-Henri Spaak, Catégorie Technique (ISIB), Belgium
2 - Departamento de Ingenieria Quimica y Nuclear, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain


Davies, L. (1); Wieland, P. (1)
1 - World Nuclear University , United Kingdom

Example on How Nuclear Engineering & Science International Networks Collaborate Successfully when Building on their Mutual Strengths

Nakai, A. (1); Schow, R. (2); Jevremovic, T. (2); Suzuki, K. (1)
1 - Center for Safe and Disaster-Resistant Society, Okayama University, Japan
2 -  Utah Nuclear Engineering Program, The University of Utah, United States

11.30 – 13.10 Up to date training programmes III
Chair: K. Katovsky, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

Long-Term Operation of the Swedish Centre for Nuclear Technology (SKC): new challenges and solutions in competence building!

Henriksson, H. (1); Ekberg, C. (2); Håkansson, A. (3); Anglart, H. (4)
1 - SKC, Swedish Centre for Nuclear Technology, Sweden
2 - Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
3 - Uppsala University, Sweden
4 - KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden


Pushenko, P. (1); Sednev, D. (1)
1 - National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russian Federation

Learning readily: How can learning in flow be promoted through web-based training?

Keefer, F. (1); Schoenfelder, C. (2); Geisser, R. (3)
1 - Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
2 - Schoenfelder.Training, Germany
3 - AREVA GmbH, Germany

11.30 – 13.10 Parallel Session: NUSHARE – Training for nuclear safety culture
Chair: L. Cizelj, ENEN

There is plentiful evidence of the significant impact of organisational culture on the economic and safe performance of nuclear installations. Training is key to ensure that operators are prepared for a wide range of possible challenges.

The NUSHARE project helps understanding the underlying cultural influences for successful performances and identifies best practice programmes for the improvement of culture for safety.

Pedro Dieguez: Introduction to the NUSHARE project.

Manfred Haferburg: How to transmit the Safety Culture Idea to the public

Jose Ignacio Villadoniga: A programme to support Top Level Mangers to better understand and improve the culture for safety of their organisations.

13.40 – 16.00 ANNETTE Project: Open Workshop

Prof. Walter Ambrosini, University of Pisa, Italy, Past President of ENEN, coordinator of the ANNETTE project proposal:
Introduce ANNETTE Project.
Ms. Satu Helynen, Vice President, Operations, VTT, Smart Industry and Energy Systems, Finland, Vice president of the NUGENIA Association:
NUGENIA needs/perspective on ETKM.

Mr. Robert Geisser, Manager Training Department Germany and Talent Sourcing at AREVA:
ETKM and industry (perception from a country abandoning nuclear?).

Dr. Michèle Coeck, Head of SCK•CEN's Academy for Nuclear Science and Technology, Belgium:
  pooling research and university resources (BNEN, ENEN, ?).

Prof. John Roberts, University of Manchester, UK, Chairman of the SNETP ETKM working group:
ETKM coordination between ENEN and SNETP.

Prof. Pascal Anzieu, Directeur, Direction des programmes et formations CEA/INSTN, France:
French experience with coordination.

Mr. Keith Allen, Manager, New Plant Training; Operating Plants Business, Westinghouse, USA:
ETKM and industry

Mr. Massimo Flore, Scientific Project Officer, JRC EHRO-N, European Commission:
ETKM perspective by EHRO-N

Mr. Roger Garbil, Research Scientific & Technical Project Officer, Euratom Fission, European Commission:
ETKM support by the EC.

Prof. Leon Cizelj, Head, Reactor Engineering, Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia, president of ENEN Association:
Perspective of ENEN.

Discussion of synergies and interaction of stakeholders in nuclear education and training



organised in collaboration with:

American Nuclear Society