Given the current situation, created by the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), from EDA we are implementing a series of initiatives to continue with the dissemination of the activities and services developed by EDA members.
In this case, the initiative consists of launching a series of educational webinars on technical topics.
Webinars are short and educational sessions (about one hour) hosted online and broadcast live.
Using a specific platform, webinar participants can watch the presentation and follow the speaker’s explanations, as well as interact through a chat and ask their own questions.
- Part 1: Presentation
- What is EDA?
- What is IAEA?
- Why do we do this webinar?
- Part 2: Decommissioning of nuclear facilities
- What nuclear facilities exist worldwide?
- Is the demand for nuclear decommissioning growing?
- What technical aspects regarding decontamination, decommissioning and demolition should we consider?
- What circular economy principles apply to nuclear decommissioning?
- What good practices should we advocate to promote sustainable decommissioning?
- Part 3: Case studies from several Member States
- Part 4: Conclusions – learning curve from non-nuclear industries.
- Part 5: Questions and comments from participants
Dates and timetable
Wednesday, April 21st.
The webinar will have the following timetable (all hours are Brussels time, Central European):
15:00 – Start of the webinar
16:00 – End of the webinar
Mr. Vladimir Michal
Decommissioning Team Leader, IAEA
Ms. Kristina Gillin
Principal Consultant, Nuclear Waste and Decommissioning, Vysus Group
Participation in this webinar is completely free for all attendees, they just need to register in advance.
WARNING! For security reasons, you must fill out the registration form and access the webinar from an updated browser. The platform does NOT work with Internet Explorer. You can access from any other browser, such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge or Safari (on Mac and iOS devices).
For logistical reasons, the number of participants is limited by the platform itself. So, registrations will be accepted in strict order of entry until the technical capacity available is reached for each session.