Jackie Tav will defend her thesis "Deposit of radionuclides by fog and cloud droplets on plants" on 12th October 2017 in Cadarache (France).
Doctoral student at the IRSN receives Best Paper Award at ICONE 25
Salima Kaissoun, a doctoral student at the Research and Modeling Laboratory for Airborne Dispersion and Containment (LEMAC) at the IRSN received a Best Paper Award during the ICONE 25 conference (International Conference on Nuclear Engineering) held in Shanghai from July 2-6, 2017.
ICRER 2017 launch
The 4th International Conference on Radioecology and
Environmental Radioactivity (ICRER) starts this Sunday 3 September and
runs to 8 September in Berlin (Germany).
Best Poster Award for LNC researcher
Alexis Jinaphanh, a researcher at the IRSN’s Criticality Research and
Neutronics Development Laboratory (LNC) has received the Best Poster
Award at ANS M&C 2017 (International Conference on Mathematics &
Computational Methods Applied to Nuclear Science & Engineering).
Launch meeting for the PRISME 3 program
experimental program PRISME3 performed by the IRSN under the aegis of
the OECD is to study the effects of fire in rooms in a nuclear
installation equipped with an industrial ventilation network.
Alain Chapel has defended his HDR "Biothérapie des irradiations" on June 12th in Fontenay-aux-Roses.
TAT-10: travel award for an IRSN PhD student
Nadia Benabdallah, a PhD student at IRSN’s Internal Dose
Assessment Laboratory (LEDI) received a travel award to attend the 10th
International Symposium on Targeted Alpha Therapy (TAT-10).
IRSN renews cooperation agreement with ENEA
Jean-Christophe Niel, Director-General of IRSN, and Federico Testa,
President of the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy
and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA), have signed the cooperation
agreement on nuclear safety radiation protection between the two
End of the European COMET project
From April 25 to 27, the COMET (Coordination and Implementation of a
pan-Europe Instrument for Radioecology) consortium has held its final
meeting in Bruges, Belgium, on the project underway since 2013.
Aurélie Desbrée has defended her HDR "De la dosimétrie standard à la
dosimétrie personnalisée en médecine nucléaire : évaluation des risques
aux tissus sains et optimisation de la planification de traitement", on April 26th in Orsay (France).