Presentation of NEST Fellows
The working groups are comprised of experts from primarily academic institutions and other relevant stakeholders from NEA member and non-member countries.
Co-Chair: Raul Barrachina (left), National Atomic Energy Commission and Kenichi Ishikawa (right), University of Tokyo
Co-Chair: Emanuela Colombo (left), Politecnico di Milano and Edward Obbard (right), The University of New South Wales Sydney (UNSW)
Co-Chair: Ian Farnan (left), University of Cambridge and Man-Sung Yim (right), Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
The NEST Secretariat monitors the progress of the different NEST Projects, supports the Management Board in the Monitoring and Evaluation process and provides the interface between the NEST Projects ...
A list of NEST events, conferences, workshops and summer schools organised in the context of ongoing NEST projects.
The proposed NEST project BEAST addresses postgraduate students, postdoctoral researchers and young professionals, who intend to work in the field of Nuclear Decommissioning and Waste Management. The...
At the heart of the NEST Framework are multinational and multidisciplinary projects, so-called NEST projects.
NEST Fellows can be Master’s students, PhDs, postdoctoral researchers, young professionals, etc. belonging to one of the NEST project’s participating organisations.