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Nuclear waste management - International school in nuclear engineering

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This training is aimed at all engineers and researchers concerned with  radioactive waste management and treatment. After a descriptive introduction to the concept of radioactivity and waste, this course will lead you to address the issue of the various policies and options for management, treatment and disposal. Through specific examples such as the thermal treatment of organic materials, cementing or vitrification of high-level waste, you will discover the scientific and technical challenges linked to the various processes that must ensure the stabilization and containment of radioelements. The question of the different storage modes will be approached before working on a case study allowing you to practice in-depth reflection on the subject.

A qui s’adresse cette formation ?

The doctoral course is designed for young researchers, PhD students, post-doctorates and engineers from nuclear industry companies, research centres, Universities, Technical Safety Organizations (TSO), regulatory bodies.

Compétences visées

Perform a critical analysis of the various waste management options and identify how scientific studies play a part in addressing the issues related to nuclear waste management.

• Identify the origin, the nature, the volumes and flux of nuclear waste.
• Describe the nuclear waste management options.

• Know the specific issues of waste conditioning with cement-like and glass materials.

• Analyze the solutions for final storage, particularly for safety aspects.

• Present arguments for further scientific research in waste management.

High-level training dealing with all scientific and technical but also societal issues relating to the management and treatment of nuclear waste.

  •  General considerations on nuclear waste

  • Waste management options and related issues

  • Waste conditioning: concrete and vitrification

  • Science contribution to economic, safety and societal issues

  • Case study

Minimum background: Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering.

Méthodes et outils pédagogiques


Responsable pédagogique :

Florent LEMONT
+33 4 66791815

Sessions de formation

Aucune session inter-entreprise n'est programmée pour le moment, si cette formation vous intéresse, merci de nous contacter.

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