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As Nuclear Energy is carbon free, many countries are considering including Nuclear Energy in the future energy mix. The Netherlands is one of these countries revisiting this possibility.
KIVI Students Twente en SV Watt organize a symposium on February 20th titled Nuclear Technology and opportunities for Engineers.
This symposium addresses various nuclear technologies, e.g. Fusion Energy, Fission Energy, Isotope Production, Nuclear R&D. Theory, hardware, instrumentation and recent developments in the Netherlands and elsewhere will be discussed. The symposium concludes with a workshop about opportunities in Nuclear.
Chairman of the day is ir. Mario van der Borst (KIVI).
Prof. dr. ir. Jan Leen Kloosterman (TUD): Theory and developments of Nuclear Fission Power
Dr. Geert-Jan de Haas (NRG): Applications of nuclear technology in isotope production and nuclear R&D
Prof. dr. Niek Lopes Cardozo (TU/e): A brief overview of the fusion theory, progress ITER project, fusion startups
Callum Thomas (Thomas Thor): Workshop Opportunities in Nuclear
14:30h Walk in with coffee and tea in the Restaurant (Forum 004)
14:50h Welcome by Mario van der Borst
15:00h Presentation Jan Leen Kloosterman
15:45h Presentation Geert-Jan de Haas
16:30h Break with coffee, tea and a snack in the Restaurant
17:00h Presentation Niek Lopes Cardozo
17:45h Workshop Callum Thomas
18:15h Drinks and snacks in the Restaurant
PARTICIPATION IS FREE for KIVI members, NNS members, students and teachers (including catering).
This symposium is organized in cooperation with Study Association WATT and powered by the Netherlands Nuclear Society.