To meet the challenge of massive training demands in the countries embarking on nuclear power programmes, Rosatom Tech is planning to recruit young talented graduates from Russian nuclear engineering universities and developing individual train-the-trainers programmes. The priority is given to self-motivated, proactive people with good competences in professional English.
Last week Ms Anastasia Sheveleva from National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) started her internship at Rosatom Tech’s Global Nuclear Safety and Security Institute (GNSSI) based on bilateral cooperation agreement between Rosatom Tech and TPU. Ms A. Sheveleva is graduating TPU’s master course specializing in “Nuclear Physics and Technologies” with a major focused on safety, security and regulations in terms of nuclear materials and facilities. Throughout the years of education Ms A. Sheveleva has proven herself as creative and hard-working student, she has been awarded as the Best Student of TPU and also took several scholarships including “Rosenergoatom” scholarship. This was a good basis to move to Rosatom Tech.
“My scientific work is related to organization and assessment of physical protection systems. I’ve developed a software based on graph theory that allows to simulate interaction between intruder and security system of a nuclear facility,” – said Anastasia. Under the supervision of Mr D. Zubkov, head of Department of Physical Protection, Anastasia is planning to work on improvement of computer tools and thereby apply her knowledge and skills to contribute best to the work of GNSSI.