During the couse participants are expected to work on the following problems:
- Forest fires in ChEZ: risk and consequences estimation, developing recommendations for prevention.
- Nuclear power plant cooling pound drainage: estimation on the influence on environment, providing recommendations for further implementation.
Participants are expected to choose problems (either (1) or (2)), and to contribute to a group report on one of the topics, that will be given in a further synopsis.
You will be able to get 5 ECTS credit points from this course.
Location and time frame
Overall course duration will be two weeks, including:
- lectures in UIAR labs, preparation for a field trip;
- fieldtrip to Chernobyl exclusion zone, working on the chosen research topic;
- lectures in UIAR labs, preparation of a course report.
If you are
Master or PhD student;
interested in studying environmental problems of nuclear power and how to overcome the consequences of Chernobyl and Fukushima accidents;
We encourage you to apply!
Travel and accommodation for NUBiP and NMBU students will be covered by CPEA-2015/10108 project.
Participants are asked to bring their laptops;
How to apply
In order to apply for the course, please fill in the registration form. Application deadline is May 25th 2018!
- Olena Pareniuk, NUBiP, firstname.lastname@example.org – UIAR course coordinator
- Valery Kashparov, UIAR, email@example.com – director of the UIAR
- Ole Christian Lind, NMBU, firstname.lastname@example.org – NMBU course coordinator
Looking forward to meeting you in Kiev!