From 8-12 October, the NKS-B RADWORKSHOP 2018 took place in Roskilde (Denmark). During this 3-day event, Danièle Roudil gave a detailed presentation of INSIDER, a Horizon 2020 project that she is coordinating. Launched in June 2017, INSIDER aims to optimise radioactive waste identification during nuclear decommissioning and dismantling operations (D&D), in particular concerning nuclear power plants, post-accidental sites or nuclear facilities.
Focusing on methods for radioanalytical chemistry for ‘difficult to measure’ radionuclides in decommissioning and waste management, the third edition of the NKS-B RADWORKSHOP gathered more than 100 participants, coming from 19 countries around Europe.
This workshop represents a great opportunity to create a network for all the partners in connection with nuclear decommissioning and waste management to review the import role of radioanalytical chemistry played in this domain. The three major topics of the 2018 edition were:
- International and national legislation on decommissioning, waste management and clearance of materials, buildings and land
- Strategies, experience and challenges in decommissioning of nuclear facilities
- Radiological characterisation and radiochemical analysis
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