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Resources – Critical mass assembly

  • The recently started LENSER (“Less nuclear waste and safer utilization of research reactors”) project awarded to RRL with the aim of enhancing its R&D potential is fully utilized to train high-level young Researchers in NT and develop advanced computational tools.
  • Proposal submitted to the General Secretariat for Research and Technology for the establishment (and inclusion in the national Research Infrastructure roadmap) of an advanced integrated Infrastructure for Nuclear- and Radio- Research in the Country.
  • Continued funding from the European Fusion Program (INRASTES coordinates the relevant activities at National scale). Participation in Horizon 2020 projects related to Nuclear Technologies and provision of relevant services to interested parties of the public and private sectors.
  • It is noted that as a result of personnel leave or retirements over the last years, there is a strong need for immediate hiring of two high-level Collaborators, i.e. a Mechanical Engineer with MSc in Nuclear Engineering to be involved in R&D activities in Thermal Hydraulics and a Security Expert to be engaged in the rapidly growing area of nuclear security that holds significant promise for attracting external collaboration and funding to the Institute.