Workshop discusses nuclear data for the transmutation of nuclear waste

May 29, 2003

Brussels, 28 May 2003

A workshop on nuclear data for the transmutation of nuclear waste will take place from 1 to 5 September, in Darmstadt, Germany.

The workshop will mark the end of the EU funded project on the subject of 'high and intermediate energy nuclear data for accelerator-driven system' (HINDAS). Discussions will focus on the results of the HINDAS project, as well as issues relating to the general theme of the workshop.

Topics for discussion include:
- nuclear-reaction data;
- experimental facilities and methods;
- evaluated data and libraries;
- modelling of nuclear reactions;
- spin-offs.

For further information, please visit the following web address:
http://www-wnt.gsi.de/tramu/

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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