Multimedia on Nuclear Reactor Physics
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Through the IAEA Regional TC Project, RAS/0/047 Supporting Web-Based Nuclear Education and Training through Regional Networking and national TC project UKR/0/010 Strengthening Knowledge Management in Nuclear Industry, Multimedia on Nuclear Reactor Physics is made available, free of charge, on this website upon request of the students and the educators at universities and other governmental or noncommercial organizations. The project strives to provide more opportunities, resources, and new strategies for nuclear education and training training in all countries with existing and newly established nuclear power programmes.
The IAEA believes that Multimedia on Nuclear Reactor Physics is unique learning material which consists of about 800 slides and the texts in three languages; English, Spanish, French and Russian. The figures, animations, tables and equations in the slides facilitate better understanding on nuclear theories in a more effective and efficient way. We found that it would be suitable supplementary material for professors and lecturers at universities and training centres and for students who want to broaden and deepen their knowledge. The attached short video (Windows Multi Player for 6:44 minutes) assists in understanding the general outline and the characteristics of the content quickly and rapidly.
Multimedia has been developed and used by the Spanish Technical University of Catalonia (UPC) for the UPC master’s course programme in nuclear engineering since 2001 in cooperation with several organizations including the IAEA.
Those who wish to use the CD-ROM that contains the Multimedia on Nuclear Reactor Physics for non-commercial education and training purpose are kindly requested to fill out the Application Form and send it to the IAEA through official channels together with two copies of the filled-out Licence Agreement. (Licensee’s name and address in the first paragraph, and Licensee’s signature and others at the bottom right of the second page). The eligible applicant can receive up to five copies of CD-ROMs with one copy of the Licence Agreement signed by the IAEA. If you have any questions about the Multimedia content and the application procedure, please contact Ms. Keiko Hanamitsu, INIS & NKM Section, the Department of Nuclear Energy by e-mail. (K.Hanamitsu).