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This e-course contains the lectures of the Summer School at Chalmers "Working with Plutonium" carried out in May 2015. Participants have to complete three main presentations and final badge test to pass this e-course. 


This e-course contains the lectures of the Winter School at KTH, Stockholm "Nuclear Fuel Characterization" carried out in January 2014. Participants have to complete three main presentations and final badge test to pass this e-course.

Course consists of lectures by Dr. Damian Axente, University of Cluj, Romania, which are divided into four slideslive video-presentations. A participant must see all four slideslives to pass the course and pass a final test in order to gain the Isotope Separation badge.

E-Lecture by Dr. Grégory LEFEVRE (CNRS & ENSCP)

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the applications of nuclear and radiochemistry (NRC) in analytical chemistry to NRC master and Ph.D. level students and/or analytical chemists without NRC background working in radioanalytical laboratories.

Complex of lectures by Eric Ansoborlo (CEA) on chemistry of radionuclides and their speciation in the environment.

This dedicated training course aims at delivering the basics of nuclear and radiochemistry (NRC) to trainees with chemical background at Master level (chemistry masters or engineers, and/or freshPhD students), who need to extend their skills and knowledge to the field of nuclear and radiochemistry.

Základní kurz radiační ochrany pro účastníky různých laboratorních praktik na katedře jaderné chemie, FJFI, která probíhají ve sledovaném nebo kontrolovaném pásmu. Kurz je primárně určen pro externí účastníky.

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Present the different type of waste and the conditioning processes

Deliver scientific knowledge on material science (formulation, preparation, characterization, long-term behavior) for waste conditioning.

Be able to define the optimized waste form depending on the characteristics of the waste

(For DEMONSTRATION PURPOSE ONLY)
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