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PhD Event & Prize / PhD E&P Year 2019

PhD E&P Year 2019


The 13th ENEN PhD Prize & Event took place in the framework of the FISA EURADWASTE Conference in Pitesti, Romania, on 5 June 2019:

 

The 3 Winners of the ENEN PhD Event & Prize 2019 are:

 

  • Claire Le Gall, "Contribution to the study of fission products release from irradiated nuclear fuels under severe accident conditions: effect of oxygen partial pressure on the speciation of Cs, Mo and Ba"

  • Wael Hilali, "Debris Bed Formation in Degraded Cores of Light Water Reactors"

  • Florian Muller, "Hydraulic and statistical study of metastable phenomena in PWR rod bundles"

 

 

These 3 (three) awarded researchers are granted to attend to an international conference with support of the ENEN Association up to 1000 Euro (conference fee, travel, accommodation and expenses - upon receipt of justification documents) and hereby encouraged to present the result of his/her research work. The three winners were selected from the finalists according to the evaluation of the Jury based on their presentations and the work delivered within the application and the conference.

 

The following Finalists were selected among all the received applications, to present their research works in the Event:

 

  • Erik Branger, "Enhanced verification of irradiated nuclear fuel using Cherenkov light"


  • Wael Hilali, "Debris Bed Formation in Degraded Cores of Light Water Reactors"


  • Elke Jacops, "Development and  application of an innovative method for studying the diffusion of dissolved gases in porous saturated media"


  • Claire Le Gall, "Contribution to the study of fission products release from irradiated nuclear fuels under se Bavere accident conditions: effect of oxygen partial pressure on the speciation of Cs, Mo and Ba"


  • Florian Muller, "Hydraulic and statistical study of metastable phepomena in PWR rod bundles"


  • Pablo Romojaro Otero, "Nuclear Data Analyses for Improving the Safety of Advanced Lead-cooled Reactors"


  • Alberto Tosolin, "Experimental investigation and modelling of thermo-chemical and thermo-physical properties of fluorides for the Molten Salt Fast Reactor"


  • Evgenii Varseev, "Simulation Model of Mass transfer and crystallization process in liquid metal coolants"

 

 

This year's event was highly remarkable because of the friendly and competitive spirit of the participants where the questions between the participants raised the interest and apreciation for each other's work. A group picture was taken with all the attendants.

 

With this activity, ENEN aims to promote the research work of PhD students, in particular experimental works. In order to set up a bridge between PhD students and professionals in the nuclear field. The ENEN PhD Events are co-sponsored by the European Nuclear Education Network Association (ENEN), the European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC), and the organizer of the international conference.

 Development of a Finite Element Method for Neutron Transport Equation Approximations