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Technical sessions 2016

Technical Sessions are available online!

You will find below the detail of all presentations.

(The ones you can click on are those we had the authorisation to publish by the author).

If you have any question about publication, please contact us at conferences@sfenjg.org.


1 Operation and Maintenance, 14:00 – 15:30, Room 303

  • Flexible Operations for Nuclear Power Plants – Fluid Systems Aspects, BALASSONE Sergio, Tractebel Engie
  • BMI Repair Gravelines 1, JEANBLANC Arnaud, Westinghouse
  • Analytical Electron Microscopy Investigations of the J-groove weld boat sample from the Bottom Mounted Instrumentation nozzle #1 of South Texas Projet Unit 1 Nuclear Power Plant, PANAIT Clara, EDF
  • Post Accidental Accessibility: from short term crisis analysis to long term maintenance, PENESSOT Gaël, EDF

2 Human Factors, Training and Skills in Nuclear, 15:45 – 16: 45, Room 303

3 Energy Strategy and Economic Challenges, 16: 50 – 18:00, Room 303

4 Nuclear Safety (1/ 2), 14:00 – 15:30, Theatre Louis Armand

4 Nuclear Safety (2/ 2), 15:45 – 16:45, Theatre Louis Armand

  • Lifetime Extension of PVC Cables, ISHII Aki, Tractebel Engie
  • VeRCoRs: the mock-up to accelerate time, CORBIN Manuel, EDF
  • ATMEA1 Reactor – Strategy against Extreme External Hazards (Post-Fukushima), FIGHIERA Béatrice, ATMEA

5 Nuclear Fuel, 15:45 – 17:25, Room Georges Stephenson

6.1 Reactor Physics : Neutronics, 14:00 – 15:30, Room Georges Stephenson

6.2 Reactor Physics : Mechanics and Thermohydraulics, 15:45 – 17:05, Room 302

7.1 Decommissioning, 14:00 – 15:30, Room 203

7.2 Nuclear Waste Management, 15:45 – 17:05, Room 203


Poster session, 14:00 – 15:45, Hall, groundfloor


Technical-and-Poster Sessions schedule is available below !


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 Moreover, find the detailed program of each session by clicking just below !

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Abstract submission open until March 13th 2016


During the conference, half a day will be dedicated to technical presentations: you will have the opportunity to present your work to a small group of participants (~ 30) for 20 minutes. This presentation will include a poster or a power point presentation. For those who are eager for a greater challenge, Atoms for the Future 2016 will also organize the “Atoms 2016’s Elevator Pitch Challenge (EPiC)”: applicants will have no more than 180 seconds to present their work, after which participants will vote for the best presentation and the winner will get an astonishing prize! 


All experience levels are welcome for both Technical Presentations and EPiC!  Moreover, there is a large variety of themes and no fee to submit your summary. It should be well structured and address topics within one of the eight themes (see below). Abstracts should contain no more than 400 words and a maximum of five keywords.
Download the template: ATOMS2016_Abstract_Template



A scientific reviewing committee has been put together and will decide which applications will be taken forward and scheduled into the conference as an oral session. The successful presenters will be notified and a final version of the schedule will be made available for download in .pdf format before the conference.


Extended deadline for the call for abstracts: March 13th 2016
Contact the conference team.


Topics of the 2016 Atoms for the future Technical Presentation and EPiC
  • Operation, Maintenance, Training & Simulation
  • Human Factors and Ergonomics
  • Energy Strategy and Economic Growth
  • Nuclear Safety and Environmental Protection
  • Nuclear Fuel
  • Reactor Physics and Thermal Hydraulics
  • Decommissioning and Waste Management
  • New Builds, Advanced Reactors and Fusion

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