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INSTN


CEA/INSTN - Centre d'Etudes de Saclay
(CEA/INSTN, Saclay, France)

As a part of the CEA (French Atomic Energy Commission), the National Institute for Nuclear Science and Technology (INSTN) is a higher education institution under the joint supervision of the Ministries in charge of Education and Industry.
It has been created in 1956, when France decided to launch a nuclear programme, for providing engineers and researchers with high scientific and technological qualifications in all disciplines related to nuclear energy applications.
The INSTN's mission is to disseminate the CEA's knowledge and know-how around the world.
The INSTN headquaters are located at the Saclay CEA Centre (20 km South of Paris). Four branches are set up in the CEA's centres at Grenoble, Cadarache and Valrhô-Marcoule, and on the campus of Cherbourg-Octeville.

Website: http://www-instn.cea.fr/rubrique-uk.php3?id_rubrique=23


Master Degree in Nuclear Engineering

1. Master in Nuclear Engineering - M2   (Second year of Master program in English)  

    This new Master program will start from September 2008.

       > Leaflet 

       > Basic information 

       > Course Curricula  

        > For further information, please see Website

 

2. Genie Atomique (One-yaer Master program in French)


Date Title Topics

Duration


Module 0 3-14 Sep  Introduction

Introduction to Nuclear Engineering

Introductory Nuclear Physics

Basic Thermal Hydraulics

Basic Metallurgy

18h

30h

12h

12h

H. Grard

Pr. Ch. Diop

Pr. H. Lemonnier

Pr. C. Lemaignan

Module I

17 Sep - 26 Oct 

Reactor Physics (basics)

Neutronics

Applied Thermal Hydraulics

Nuclear Materials

Mechanics

57h

36h

30h

 

Pr. Paul Reuss

Pr. H.Lemonnier

Pr. C. Lemaignan

Pr. R. Gibert

Module II

7 Oct - 13 Dec 

Nuclear Engineering

Radiation Protection

Nuclear Fuel Cycle

Safety - Criticality

Nuclear Instrumentation

42h

21h

30h

18h

Pr. H. Metivier

Pr. B. Boulis

Pr. D. Queniart

Pr. A. Lyoussi

Module III

3 -21 Jan 

Reactor Physics (advanced)

Neutronics

Applied Thermal Hydraulics

Codes (neutronics & thermal hydraulics)

24h

24h

18h

Pr. Paul Reuss

Pr. H. Lemonnier

Module IV

5-29 Feb 

Operation and safety of PWR plants

Courses & Conferences

Lab. Sessions on Simulators

72h

24h

AREVA

EDF

INSTN

Module V

3-7 Mar 

Reactor systems

Reactor systems

30h

Pr. B. Barré

Module IV

2 Apr - 31 Aug 

Master thesis stage Universities, Research Centres, Industry, TSO etc.

5 months

INSTN

 

 

PhD

Now available open CEA theses are arranged and ordered by research domain:
- Corpuscular Physics and outer Space,
- Solid state Physics,
- Chemistry and Nanosciences,
- Theoretical Physics,
- Engineering Sciences,
- Earth and Environmental Sciences,
- Life Sciences,
- Miscellaneous,


and CEA operational division:
- Military Applications,
- Nuclear Energy,
- Technological Research,
- Physical Sciences,
- Life Sciences.

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