IRRUR – Integrated Research Reactor Utilization Review Mission
What does IRRUR mean?
The Integrated Research Reactor Utilization Review (IRRUR) is a holistic IAEA peer review mission conducted by a team of international experts who have direct managerial, operational and scientific experience related to research reactor utilization and related applications.
IRRUR missions are designed to assist IAEA Member States improve the utilization of their research reactor facilities.
The review is based on IAEA guidance on strategic planning for, and utilization of, research reactors, and can focus on all the major applications of a research reactor or be limited to specific facility mission areas.
The main objective of an IRRUR mission is to assist IAEA Member States to perform a thorough assessment of the utilization of a research reactor, including its existing and potential capabilities, identification of further utilization areas, research and development possibilities, as well as products and services that the research reactor could provide.
Read more details about the scope, the approach, beneficiaries and outputs following the link: https://www.iaea.org/services/review-missions/irrur