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PhD Event & Prize / PhD E&P Year 2016

PhD E&P Year 2016


The 10th ENEN PhD Prize & Event took place in the framework of the ENC 2016, European Forum to discuss Nuclear Science & Technology Issues, Opportunities & Challenges in Warsaw, Poland, on 9 - 13 October 2016

 

The 3 Winners of the ENEN PhD Event & Prize 2016 were:

 

  • Fabiola Cappia, "Investigations of very high burnup UO2 fuels in Light Water Reactors"

  • Oriol Costa Garrido, "Life-time Predictions Accuracy of Thermally Fatigued Pipes under Turbulently Mixing Fluids"

  • Stefano Lorenzi, "Improvement of the Control-Oriented Modelling of the Gen-IV Lead-cooled Fast Reactor: Development of Reduced Order Methods"

 

These 3 (three) awarded researchers are granted to attend to an international conference with support of the ENEN Association up to 1000 Euro (conference fee, travel, accommodation and expenses - upon receipt of justification documents) and hereby encouraged to present the result of his/her research work.


The three winners were selected from the 12 finalists according to the evaluation of the Jury based on their presentations and the work delivered within the application and the conference.

 

The following 12 Finalists were selected among all the received applications, to present their research works in the Event:


  • Chiapetto Monica, "Object kinetic Monte Carlo models for the microstructure evolution of neutron-irradiated reactor pressure vessel steels and ferritic/martensitic alloys"

  • Stefano Lorenzi, "Improvement of the Control-Oriented Modelling of the Gen-IV Lead-cooled Fast Reactor: Development of Reduced Order Methods"

  • Borja Gonzalez Prieto, "Evaporation of polonium from lead-bismuth eutectic nuclear coolant"

  • Fabiola Cappia, "Investigations of very high burnup UO2 fuels in Light Water Reactors"

  • Oriol Costa Garrido, "Life-time Predictions Accuracy of Thermally Fatigued Pipes under Turbulently Mixing Fluids"

  • Secareanu Radu-Costin, "Water Leak Sealing by Molten Metal Injection – experimental and numerical study"

  • Gabriele Manfredi, "Solid state ionic devices for lead-alloy cooled nuclear reactors"

  • Martin Draksler, "Impinging jets – a potential cooling method for plasma-facing components in DEMO fusion reactor"

  • Dominic Caron, "Neutronics methods for the multiphysics analysis of innovative nuclear fission systems"

  • Alex Owens, "A Summary of the Development of Isogeometric Methods for the First-Order form of the Neutron Transport Equation with Discrete Ordinate (SN) Angular Discretisation"

  • Claudia Gasparrini, "Oxidation of Carbides Including Carbide Nuclear Fuels"

  • Blaž Mikuž, "Modelling of turbulent flow in a fuel assembly of pressurized water reactor"

 

This year's event was highly remarkable because of the friendly and competitive spirit of the participants where the questions between the participants raised the interest and admiration for each others' work. 

 

With this activity, ENEN aims to promote the research work of PhD students, in particular experimental works. In order to set up a bridge between PhD students and professionals in the nuclear field. The ENEN PhD Events are co-sponsored by the European Nuclear Education Network Association (ENEN), the European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC), and the organizer of the international conference.