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Grants available EC funded "Materials resistant to extreme conditions for future energy systems", 12-14 June 2017, Kyiv - Ukraine
I would like to inform you about a Works "Materials resistant to extreme conditions for future energy systems", 12-14 June 2017, Kyiv – Ukraine.
The Workshop is funded by the European Commission Enlargement Programme. There is no fee to attend. Participants from the target countries* can apply for a Grant to cover their cost. Eligible for Grants are those that work in or are citizens of a target country.
The Workshop will consist of invited keynote presentations, oral presentations by participants and a Poster session.
The workshop will be a 2.5 day event based on the oral presentations from the invited international lecturers, as well as by presentations by participants and a poster session. The Workshop will have the following sessions:
Session 1: Overview of National and international Research programmes/projects
Session 2: High temperature assessment of components and materials
Session 3: Structural Materials Development for energy applications
Session 4: Irradiation damage
Session 5 Long-term Plant Operation
Session 6 Assessment of environmental impact
Session 7 Networking for collaboration between target countries and EU Member States
The first session will be an overview of national and international research projects and programmes including EU networks and national initiatives in the target countries covering different future energy system where structural components and materials are exposed to harsh conditions.
More information is available from the website http://www.eera-jpnm.eu/meetings/EnlWSUkrMaterials2017/ and the attached flyer.
Deadline for Grant Application and Abstracts is extended to March 25.
*Target countries are:
EU candidate and potential candidate countries (Albania, Tur-key, Serbia, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Bosnia-Herzegovina),H2020 Associate countries (Switzerland, Israel, Norway, Liechtenstein, Faroe Islands, Ukraine, Iceland, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, Tunisia)