2016-02-08 | Education in nuclear science and technology for both power and non-power applications is relevant for a vast majority of countries. However, the environment for nuclear education is changing. Teaching methods and techniques have evolved and trends in enrolment into science and engineering studies vary from country to country.
2016-02-02 | Would-be presenters have until 28 February to submit their papers to participate in the Third International Conference on Nuclear Knowledge Management to be held at the IAEA in Vienna 7-11 November 2016.
2016-01-20 | Many countries, including Saudi Arabia, are planning to introduce nuclear energy for a more sustainable energy mix in the coming decades. Education and training in nuclear science and technology is essential to building the human resources necessary for nuclear power, as witnessed at an IAEA workshop in Saudi Arabia last month.
International Symposium on Education, Training and Knowledge Management in Nuclear Energy and Applications successfully brought to a close
2015-12-14 | With the support of the IAEA through the Technical Cooperation Project RLA0048, the first International Symposium on Education, Training and Knowledge Management in Nuclear Energy and Applications was organized, as a regional forum to discuss challenges and achievements of nuclear education, training and knowledge management in the Latin American region. The meeting, held in Cusco, Peru, from the 22nd to the 26th of November of this year, welcomed 102 participants from 15 countries.
- 23-25 Feb. Vienna, Austria
Second Meeting of the Technical Working Group on Nuclear Knowledge Management
- 3-6 May. Manchester, United Kingdom
International Nuclear Management Academy: Annual Meeting and Student Forum
- 27 Jun - 1 Jul. Vienna, Austria
Training Workshop on Networking Nuclear Educational Networks