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||Prêmio ENGIE Brasil de Inovação 2017|
Inscriçoes até 07/05/2017
||ENASE 2017 - 14º Encontro Nacional de Agentes do Setor Elétrico|
17 e 18/05/2017, Rio de Janeiro
||World Nuclear Fuel Cycle 2017|
25 a 27/05/2017, Toronto - CA
||XXVIII Congreso Anual SNM / 2017 LAS/ANS Symposium|
18 e 21/06/2017, Cidade do México - México
||ATOMEXPO 2017 - IX International Forum|
19/06/2017 e 21/06/2017, Moscou - RU
||World Nuclear Association Symposium 2017|
13 a 15/09/2017, Londres - UK
||International Nuclear Atlantic Conference - INAC 2017|
22 a 27/10/2017, Belo Horizonte, MG
WNU - The World Nuclear Industry Today
short course - Rio de Janeiro
A ABDAN tem a honra de convidá-lo para participar do seminário de atualização que ocorrerá no Rio de Janeiro, ministrado por especialistas da World Nuclear University.|
Além do curso, o programa prevê uma visita técnica à Fábrica de Combustível Nuclear da INB, em Resende.
O evento é gratuito, porém tem sua capacidade limitada ao total de 50 participantes. Além disso, as vagas por empresa também são limitadas e o critério de prioridade de inscrição adotado, será a ordem de chegada das fichas de inscrição.
EVENTO: WNU short course on “The World Nuclear Industry Today”
HORÁRIO: 09:30h às 17:30h
LOCAL: Auditório da Nuclep - Av. Gal. Euclydes de Oliveira Figueiredo, 200 - Brisamar - Itaguaí - RJ
Transfer ida e volta gratuito de Rio / Itaguaí / Rio – saída prevista às 7h
Evento SEM tradução simultânea
EVENTO: Visita técnica à Fábrica de Combustível Nuclear da INB
HORÁRIO: 08:30h às 17:00h
LOCAL: INB - Rodovia Presidente Dutra km 330 – Engenheiro Passos - Resende – RJ
Transfer ida e volta gratuito de Rio / Resende / Rio – saída prevista às 7h
WNU Short Course on “The World Nuclear Industry Today”
The World Nuclear University is a global network committed to enhancing international education and leadership in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy and the applications of nuclear science and technology. The WNU founding supporters are the IAEA, OECD/NEA, WANO and World Nuclear Association.
The WNU short course is an opportunity for emerging and expanding nuclear nations to host in their own country a training programme delivered by the world’s foremost experts in a cost-effective way. Since the first one in China in 2007, thirty-seven WNU short courses with about 3500 attendees have been held. These courses have been held in Argentina, Brazil, China, Jordan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea and Turkey. Local nuclear energy associations or governmental institutions host and promote the events.
The WNU short course on “The World Nuclear Industry Today” is designed to enhance the knowledge of attendees about the status of nuclear energy in the world today and its likely development. The course also aims to inspire attendees to further their career in this exciting and expanding field. For the participants, the expected outcomes of the WNU short courses are:
- Improved knowledge about nuclear energy in the world today;
- Recognition of how local skills and experience fit into the global nuclear picture;
- Inspiration to develop an expansive vision of where the industry can go in the future;
- Networking with nuclear professionals in their countries and with international experts.
Target participants are professionals from national nuclear research centres, local nuclear industry and potential nuclear supply chain companies, regulators and representatives of governmental bodies concerned with nuclear, environmental and energy matters, university students and academia from science and engineering departments as well as legal, social and economic fields . Depending on the host organization, invitations are extended to nearby countries.
Leading world experts will present overviews of a full range of nuclear-related topics in an accessible way. Local experts present national capabilities in the nuclear area. Lecturers are encouraged to focus on key points and draw out relevant issues for further discussion.
The WNU short course offers lectures with opportunities for question and answer sessions, technical tours to local nuclear facilities, working group activities to discuss the key points from the lectures and networking activities. All teaching is in English.
The course encompasses a range of up-to-date topics with the aim of offering essential knowledge, a global perspective and an exciting vision of the future. The curriculum is agreed with the host organization and typically covers energy demand and supply, technology, safety, project management and effective communications over about 30 hours of intensive and dynamic activity.
|03/04/2017 - Monday - Venue - NUCLEP - Itaguaí|
|8:30 / 8:45||Opening||C. Cunha,|
World Nuclear Association
|8:45 / 9:00||Introduction to WNU and course||P. Wieland||WNU|
|9:00 / 9:50||The future of nuclear energy in the world||H. Engelbrecht||World Nuclear Association|
|9:50 / 10:10||Network and refreshment break|
|10:10 / 11:00||Nuclear technology and advanced reactors||C. Almeida||Ex-CNEN|
|11:00 / 11:50||Brazilian fuel production capabilities||J. Tupinamba||INB|
|11:50 / 12:40||Nuclear safety and security: the international regime||A. J. Gonzalez||ARN, Argentina|
|12:40 / 13:10||Visita à fábrica da Nuclep|
|13:10 / 14:10||Lunch|
|14:10 / 15:00||New build lessons learned and suply chain||G. Kaser||World Nuclear Association|
|15:00 / 15:50||Nuclear economics and project structuring||M. Caplan||MZ Consulting|
|15:50||Certificate and closing||P. Wieland||WNU|
|04/04/2017 - Tuesday - Venue - INB - Engenheiro Passos - Resende|
|8:30 / 14:00||Technical visit to fuel factory in Resende||INB|
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