Since we have been forced to move our in-person meeting to next year, we decided to organise a special online gathering.
The Prelude to the NESTet 2021 Conference will allow you to discuss with some of the most prominent professionals in the European nuclear education and training sector.
Participation will be free of charge (registration will be required)!
The Prelude to the NESTet 2021 Conference will be combined with this years’ ENEN PhD Event.
The competition will feature the best papers selected by the ENEN Jury.
10-12 finalists will present their work and respond to questions of the jury. The details on the selected papers and the jury will be published soon.
NESTet is the most important European forum discussing opportunities and challenges in nuclear education, training, knowledge management and human resource development related to nuclear energy and other nuclear applications.
2020 requires us to constantly adapt to an ever-evolving situation. Due to the prevailing sanitary crisis, the NESTet Programme Committee decided to postpone the next edition of the NESTet Conference to 14. – 18. 11. 2021. The conference will take place in Brussels, Belgium.
The NESTet Programme will be published in September 2021.
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|Leon Cizelj (Chair)||Jožef Stefan Institute||Slovenia|
|Walter Ambrosini||University of Pisa||Italy|
|Behrooz Bazargan-Sabet||Université de Lorraine||France|
|José Luis Delgado||Tecnatom||Spain|
|Christophe Demaziere||Chalmers University||Sweden|
|Antonella Di Trapani||OECD/NEA||International|
|Robin Grimes||Imperial College||UK|
|Csilla Pesznyak||Budapest Univ. of Technology and Economics||Hungary|
|Domenico Rossetti di Valdalbero||EC RTD||EU|
|Joerg Starflinger||Universitaet Stuttgart||Germany|
|Jo Tipa||Nuclear Skills Academy||UK|
|Franck Wastin||EC JRC||EU|
Location – NESTet 2021
NESTet 2021 will take place in the Thon Hotel Brussels City Centre. The hotel is centrally located in the heart of Brussels, right next to the city’s main shopping street. The hotel is close to Rogier metro station and Brussels North Station with direct connection to Brussels Airport. Website
Thon Hotel Brussels City Centre
Avenue du Boulevard / Bolwerklaan 17
Tel. +32 (0)2 205 15 11
Getting to the hotel:
Directions via Google maps
The Thon Hotel Brussels City Centre offers 454 rooms. Alternative accommodation is available in many hotels nearby. Check e.g. Google maps for indications.
You will feel at home in Brussels. It is a cosmopolitan city (183 nationalities live here) and a magnetic centre for economic migration. Visitors appreciate the quality of life in Brussels and its art de vivre. The city has preserved its local culture, so you’ll find street life, traditional markets and folklore, all in a colourful ambience full of good humour. Admired for its Art Nouveau and today also for its fashion and textile design, Brussels is emerging as an exciting contemporary creative hub. And, of course, it is the capital of Europe. You can’t get any nearer to Europe’s institutions than Brussels. Read more at visitbrussels.com
Citizens from countries outside of the Schengen area might need a visa to enter Belgium. Check here if you need a visa.
Upon request, the European Nuclear Society will prepare a visa invitation letter for delegates whose registration fees were received in full. Unfortunately, we are not in a position to give any further support to the visa application process. Obtaining a visa remains the sole responsibility of the participant. Regular cancellation deadlines apply, regardless of whether your visa was granted or not.
European Nuclear Society
Avenue des Arts 56, 1000 Brussels – Belgium
TERMS & CONDITIONS
The Terms & Conditions for the attendance of NESTet 2021 are available here.
Call for Papers
NESTet is the most important European forum discussing opportunities and challenges in nuclear education, training, knowledge management and human resource development related to nuclear energy and other nuclear applications. The 2021 edition will bring together nuclear stakeholders including policy and decision makers, educators, training providers, employers and human resource managers. Our Young Generation – incoming nuclear professionals from all over Europe – will be there to challenge the established views and enrich the discussion!
NESTet calls for abstracts for oral and poster presentations providing insight into the activities of all nuclear stakeholders to attract, develop and retain the workforce. These include:
- Current best practices in education and training.
- Future needs from end users in terms of workforce.
- Capacity building including skills and competences.
- Success stories in attracting, developing and retaining talent.
- Innovative pedagogical approaches, technologies and methodologies.
- Developing leaders in culture for safety and project managers.
- Networking and creating international relations.
- Other related topics.
Attendees of NESTet will be able to share their experiences and network with:
- Directors, managers and other experts active in recruitment, education and training in industrial, regulatory, policy making, academic, research and technical support organizations.
- Teachers, trainers, tutors.
- Students, trainees, tutees.
- Researchers in nuclear disciplines.
- Strategic planners of nuclear applications in industrial and governmental environments.
Mark your diaries and be a part of it!
|Abstract submission||to be announced|
|Notification of authors||to be announced|
|Full paper submission||to be announced|
|Power point submission||to be announced|
|Conference||14 – 18 November, 2021|
NESTet is an ENS Conference