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Vice President


Prof. Filip Tuomisto

Professor of Nuclear Engineering at Aalto University, Finland.

Vice President of the European Nuclear Education Network since March 2016.

Professori Filip Tuomisto

 

MESSAGE FROM THE vice PRESIDENT

 

Nuclear power production is a long-term commitment extending over several generations. This makes continuous education and training of both emerging and established professionals a crucial task, requiring strong engagement from all stakeholders: academia, research organisations, industry, regulators and governments. Often, challenges arise from varying expectations and needs.

Institutional differences are augmented by the fact that energy production is simultaneously a local issue – power is needed where it is needed – and a global issue: consequences of choices made concerning forms of powed production are felt across the world, e.g., through CO2 emissions. International cooperation and exchange of information, knowledge, skills and best practices is essential. Local education and training needs vary: established user, newcomers, newbuilders (after a long pause) all have their specific knowledge management issues.

Coordination and collaboration in education and training on European and international levels are the business of all stakeholders. Everyone is welcome to join this effort!

 

Prof. Filip Tuomisto

Vice President

European Nuclear Education Network Association