Train-The-Trainers course for university faculty members “Technological Aspects of AES-2006 (VVER-1200). Development of Nuclear Curricula on VVER Technology”
June 24 - July 5
TECHNOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF AES-2006 (VVER-1200)
DEVELOPMENT OF NUCLEAR CURRICULA ON VVER TECHNOLOGY
Look how we did it last year!
The purpose of the course is to help faculty members in enhancing their knowledge of VVER technology of modern design (VVER-1200) and developing educational modules on VVER technology.
The course is aimed at professors, lecturers and researchers involved in initiation or development of nuclear curricula in universities of countries embarking on nuclear power programmes, in particular, seeking to develop nuclear power with Russian design VVER-1200 reactors.
Topic 1. Design of NPP with VVER. Russian Experience
Topic 2. Engineering Aspects of Nuclear Fuel
Topic 3. Management of VVER-1200 fuel
Topic 4. VVER-1200 Reactor and its Elements
Topic 5. VVER-1200 Reactor Monitoring and Control
Topic 6. AES-2006 Reactor Island Design
Topic 7. AES-2006 Safety Systems
Topic 8. AES-2006 Design Conditions
Topic 9. Computer Codes for Safety Analysis of VVER Reactors
Topic 10. Development of Nuclear Curricula on VVER Technology
Facility Visit to AES-2006 NPP
Total Duration: 72 hours
Prof. Vladimir UKRAINTSEV
Principal expert of the International center for personnel training
· Deputy Head of heavy metal coolant reactors dept., Leading specialist at Nuclear Reactors and Fuel Cycle division at Institute of Physics and Power Engineering (IPPE, Rosatom), Obninsk, Russia
· Senior researcher, Associate Professor, Deputy dean of Nuclear Power Plant Faculty, Head of R&D dept. at Obninsk State Technical University for Nuclear Power Engineering, Russia.
· 02.1989 – till present Lecturer for students, NPP stuff and authorities at Obninsk Institute for Nuclear Power Engineering (IATE) (Moscow Physical Engineering University-MEPHI branch), Russia
Mr. Denis PODOLIAKIN
· More than 7 years of experience in training in the field of VVER safety-related aspects;
· Project manager for Hanhikivi-1 (Finland) personnel training;
· Graduated from MEPhI (Engineer degree);
· Development of training materials for Novovoronezh NPP (AES-2006).
Mr. Anton DIACHENKO
Expert of the International center for personnel training, Rosatom Technical Academy (Rosatom Tech), Obninsk. Russia (former – Rosatom-CICE&T)
· Author of more than 30 scientific publications;
· Developed Methodologies of assessing advanced nuclear fuel cycle in terms of nuclear materials proliferation resistance and ecological acceptability with Russian and foreign computer codes;
· Complete training of Global HRD for Safety, Security and Safeguard (TITech, Japan);
· Management of Technological Innovations (Skolkovo, Moscow);
· Nuclear Energy Management (ICTP-IAEA School);
· Graduated from National Research Nuclear University
MEPhI (B.S., M.S., Ph.D. courses in nuclear engineering).
Mr. Evgenii VARSEEV
Specialist of the International center for personnel training
· Graduated MEPhI majoring in nuclear reactor designing and advanced nuclear fuel cycles;
· More than 3 years of experience in training on pressurized water reactor safety analysis aspects;
· Author of interactive practical study cases using KORSAR code on VVER reactor components simulation.
Rosatom Technical Academy (Rosatom Tech) is a leading educational center for training and professional development of specialists and managers of ROSATOM and international organizations. The mission of Rosatom Tech is to raise professionalism and competency of nuclear workers to ensure safe sustainable development of the nuclear industry and competitiveness in the world market of nuclear technologies.
The Train-the-Trainer course has obtained funding from the ENEN PLUS project (in the form of mobility grants) covering (partially) travel costs, accommodation costs and access fee for the course.
The application is closed.
For more information please contact Mr. Ilia FILIPEV, Head of project office “Nuclear Education Transfer”
+7 980 712-35-50