Co-Chair: Emanuela Colombo (left), Politecnico di Milano and Edward Obbard (right), The University of New South Wales Sydney (UNSW)
The working groups are comprised of experts from primarily academic institutions and other relevant stakeholders from NEA member and non-member countries.
Co-Chair: Ian Farnan (left), University of Cambridge and Man-Sung Yim (right), Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Co-Chairs: Seungjin Kim (left), Purdue University and Vera Verkhoturova (right), Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (MEPHI)
Insights from the NEST Framework: A chat with Vera Verkhoturova, Project Leader of the NEST i‑graphite Radioactive Waste Management project
The Global Forum Secretariat works with the Global Forum to provide support to the Council of Advisors to make products available to the Agency’s bodies and projects as appropriate. The Secretariat a...
The work of the Nuclear Education, Skills and Technology (NEST) Framework during 2021.
The NEA spoke with Professor Okamoto, who leads the NEST ARTERD project on the NEST Framework and its objectives.
Insights from the NEST Framework: A chat with Lea Zimmermann, NEST Fellow
The NEA launched the Nuclear Education, Skills and Technology (NEST) Framework in partnership with its member countries to help address important gaps in nuclear skills capacity building, knowledge t...