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Representatives from the Rosatom Technical Academy and the Polytechnic Institute of Nuclear Technologies of Indonesia agreed on a mutual action plan

Representatives from the Polytechnic Institute of Nuclear Technologies of Indonesia (PINT) and the Rosatom Technical Academy agreed on a plan of mutual activities for 2022 as part of the Memorandum of Understanding between the organizations, as well as within a framework of the “International Cooperation with the Republic of Indonesia” project implemented by the Technical Academy.

During the meeting, the parties identified an extensive pool of training modules on nuclear engineering: starting from a short online lectures on general issues of nuclear energy to full-fledged short-term face-to-face training courses on nuclear medicine and electrical equipment of nuclear power plants. To organize and conduct offline training events, a delegation of the Technical Academy is scheduled to visit the site of the Polytechnic Institute and the specialized PINT research facilities to discuss potential cooperation in joint research projects.

Within the meeting, Vice-Rector and Director of the Department for International Cooperation and International Business Development of the Technical Academy Pavel Zhuravlev expressed hope for effective cooperation with Indonesian colleagues and wished Zaenal Arief, the new director of the Polytechnic Institute of Nuclear Technology, fruitful work and success in his new position.

“For our part, we are sincerely pleased to get acquainted with the new management of PINT. We hope that these changes will not only have a positive impact on the current cooperation between our organizations, but will also contribute to the development of new directions in our joint activities,” Pavel Zhuravlev said.


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Cooperation with the Republic of Indonesia is implemented within the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Rosatom Technical Academy and the Polytechnic Institute of Nuclear Technologies PINT, signed in December 2020, as well as through the innovative project "International cooperation with the Republic of Indonesia 2021-2025" of the Technical Academy.

Joint activities with Indonesia have been carried out since 2015. It was during that period that the first agreement was signed between the Rosatom Technical Academy (then - Rosatom-CICE&T) and the National Atomic Energy Agency of Indonesia (BATAN). All these years, active cooperation continued. As a result, over the past 7 years, more than 350 representatives of the nuclear industry from the Republic of Indonesia have been trained at the Rosatom Technical Academy: specialists, managers, operators of nuclear research facilities, faculty members and students.

In February 2022, representatives form the Rosatom Technical Academy and the Indonesian Polytechnic Institute of Nuclear Technology outlined a preliminary plan for the road map implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding. In 2021, more than 300 students, specialists and faculty members from various organizations of Indonesia took part in the online educational modules on nuclear technology organized b