ANNETTE Project: contributing to the nuclearization of fusion

W. Ambrosini, L. Cizelj, P. Dieguez Porras, R. Jaspers, J. Noterdaeme, M. Scheffer, C. Schoenfelder

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The ANNETTE Project (Advanced Networking for Nuclear Education and Training and Transfer of Expertise) is well underway, and one of its work packages addresses the design, development and implementation of nuclear fusion training. A systematic approach is used that leads to the development of new training courses, based on identified nuclear competences needs of the work force of (future) fusion reactors and on the current availability of suitable training courses. From interaction with stakeholders involved in the ITER design and construction or the JET D-T campaign, it became clear that the lack of nuclear safety culture awareness already has an impact on current projects. Through the collaboration between the European education networks in fission (ENEN) and fusion (FuseNet) in the ANNETTE project, this project is well positioned to support the development of nuclear competences for ongoing and future fusion projects. Thereby it will make a clear contribution to the realization of fusion energy.

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    Ambrosini, W., Cizelj, L., Dieguez Porras, P., Jaspers, R., Noterdaeme, J., Scheffer, M., & Schoenfelder, C. (2018). ANNETTE Project: contributing to the nuclearization of fusion. EPJ Web of Conferences, 170, [10001]. DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/201817010001
    Ambrosini, W. ; Cizelj, L. ; Dieguez Porras, P. ; Jaspers, R. ; Noterdaeme, J. ; Scheffer, M. ; Schoenfelder, C./ ANNETTE Project : contributing to the nuclearization of fusion. In: EPJ Web of Conferences. 2018 ; Vol. 170.
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