PhD studies of 4th generation reactors inaugurated2019.01.14 14:56 - Marek Pawłowski
On 11th January in Świerk the grand inauguration ceremony of new PhD studies PHD4GEN, devoted to newest nuclear reactor technology, was held. A cycle of 15 lectures led by an international team of specialists is provided for 11 students, along with educational trips, conferences… and high scholarships.
Presenting during the ceremony Dr Hab. Paweł Sobkowicz, NCBJ Deputy Director, emphasised, that Polish government acknowledges the importance of perspectives linked to high temperature reactors, what has been noted in documents published not long ago. NCBJ is engaged in projects and international cooperation directed towards development of this still novel technology and construction of the widest possible international cooperation in this field. Students beginning the education will have an important part to play in research and cooperation in this field. The importance of nuclear technology for climate conservation and assurance of safe production of energy required for development of our civilization was one of the most significant topics touched during the opening lecture by Professor Wacław Gudowski from Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. Before listening to the first lectures presented by Professors Jerzy Cetnar (AGH and NCBJ), Konrad Czerski (USz and IFK Berlin) Rafael Macian-Juan (TU Munich) and Tomasz Kozłowski (Univ. Illinois and NCBJ), newly minted students received their diplomas and made the student’s oath.
More information on website: http://www.phd4gen.pl