YTERA – Ydintekniikan ja radiokemian tohtoriohjelma
Doctoral Programme for Nuclear Engineering and Radiochemistry
Academy of Finland has granted funding for a new Doctoral Programme for Nuclear Engineering and Radiochemistry, YTERA, during 2012-2015. Since the utilisation of nuclear energy will considerably increase in Finland, the purpose of the programme is to educate researchers and experts for the need of universities, industry and authorities.
The programme is coordinated by Aalto University and it is carried out in partnership with the University of Helsinki and Lappeenranta University of Technology. The programme involves close collaboration with Finnish research bodies (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland), industry (Fennovoima, Fortum, Posiva, TVO), and authorities (Ministry of Employment and the Economy, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority) that deal with nuclear energy generation.
Defence of dissertation by Eric Dorval on May 18, 2016
Eric Dorval, M.Sc.(Tech.), will defend the dissertation “Monte Carlo methodologies for neutron streaming in diffusion calculations – Application to directional diffusion coefficients and leakage models in XS” on 18 May 2016 at 13 in Aalto University School of Science, lecture hall K216, Otakaari 4, Espoo. Additional details and the electronic dissertation available here.
YTERA Final Seminar on Feb 8-10, 2016
The final seminar of YTERA doctoral programme was held on board of M/S Silja Symphony on Feb 8-10, 2016 (Helsinki-Stockholm-Helsinki). In Stockholm we visited KTH, the Royal Institute of Technology.
A total of 33 persons participated in the seminar in addition to about 10 local hosts at KTH. The 23 seminar presentations are available at this password-protected web site. The username and password are available from the coordinator by request.