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ENEN Working Groups & Areas


ENEN Working Groups

 

As established, the General Assembly of ENEN sets up the Working groups for the implementation of its actions in the following year:

 

 

Reference: Title of the Working Group:
2016-1  QAA QA for new membership/Partnership
2016-2  TAAA EMSNE
2016-3  ACRA ENEN PhD Event
2016-4  KMA ENEN Database & Website
2016-5  KMA Dissemination of ENEN activities
2016-6  TIPA, ACRA, TAAA, EMA Projects preparation and follow-up: NUSHARE, PELGRIMM, ANNETTE, ENEN RU II, EUJEP-2, and different advisory boards
2016-7  TAAA, EMA Validate opportunities
2016-8,  EMA Interaction with platforms and stakeholders
2016-9  EMA CORONA-II
2016-10  EMA PETRUS-III
2015-11  EMA Further collaboration with industry and research centres
2016-12  EMA Revising the membership fee policy
2016-13  EMA TRASNUSAFE

 

ENEN WORKING AREAS

For the implementation of the Action Plan for 2015-2016 decided at the General Assembly 2015, six Working Areas have been defined for the period 2015-2016:


ENEN Management Area (EMA)

Quality Assurance Area (QAA)

Teaching and Academic Affairs Aommittee (TAAA)

Advanced Courses and Research Area (ACRA)

Training and Industrial Projects Area (TIPA)

Knowledge Management Area (KMA)

 

ENEN Management Area (EMA)

The objective of the Area is to manage the cross-cutting issues over the ENEN Association.

 

Teaching and Academic Affairs Area (TAAA)

The objective of the Area is to disseminate the relevant knowledge of nuclear education.

The scope of the Area is:

  • To evaluate applications for the European Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering certification;
  • To promote student and faculty exchange by encouraging and supporting the organisation of international exchange courses by ENEN members; 
  • To support the organisation of high-quality nuclear related education by ENEN members; 
  • To evaluate ENEN exchange courses and award the International ENEN Course label, in collaboration with the ENEN Quality Assurance Committee.

 

Advanced Courses and Research Area (ACRA)

The objective of the Area is to enhance the organization of Advanced Courses and research activities in the nuclear field.

The scope of the Area is:

  • To provide advanced and/or specialized courses to postgraduated students, PhD students and research members in the frame of ENEN Association, or in collaboration with other associations around the world.
  • To promote the establishment of research in nuclear related topics throughout Europe.
  • To keep connections between universities and research laboratories to the organization and/or participation in advanced research program by ENEN members.
  • To evaluate ENEN advanced courses, in collaboration with the ENEN Quality Assurance Committee.

 

Training and Industrial Projects Area (TIPA)

The objective of the Area is to facilitate and support collaboration between Associate and Effective members of ENEN Association.

The scope of the Area is:

  • Identify the industrial needs for continuous professional development;
  • Organize training sessions and courses on subjects of common interest for the associate members;
  • Create and maintain a catalogue of training and industrial continued professional development courses organized by the members of ENEN Association;
  • Facilitate the mobility of students and professors from different institutions and raise funds for this purpose;
  • Facilitate integration of European and National industrial research projects.

 

Quality Assurance Area (QAA)

The objective of the Area is to promote the established quality policy of the ENEN Association and to maintain its quality objectives. Quality is regarded as a multidimensional concept which embraces all functions and activities of ENEN.

The scope of the Area is:

  • To serve as a working group for the ENEN management on various quality issues related to policy making, setting objectives, identification and development of systems, processes, efficiency and continual improvement. 
  • To further ENEN documentation on its activities including quality manuals, quality plans, specifications, guidelines, instructions, website and records
  • To evaluate applications of new effective memberships of ENEN and to provide support of quality reviews of ENEN members;
  • To support the organisation of high-quality nuclear related education by ENEN members in collaboration with the ENEN Teaching and Academic Affairs Committee; 
  • To evaluate ENEN exchange courses and award the International ENEN Course label, in collaboration with the ENEN Teaching and Academic Affairs Committee;
  • To support other quality assessment tasks and products as assigned by the ENEN board.

 

Knowledge Management Area (KMA)

The objective of the Area is to identify and monitor deficiencies in scientific knowledge relevant to nuclear technology and safety.

The scope of the Area is:

  • To prepare, maintain and implement an action plan by academia in order to preserve valuable scientific knowledge;
  • To ensure efficient use of ICT for the dissemination of knowledge, for supporting teaching and learning, and for accessing and maintaining databases; 
  • To provide access to simulators and specialized software; 
  • To publish books, and produce CDs and DVDs of interest to ENEN members.