Euratom Research and Training in 2019: challenges, achievements and future perspectives★
European Commission (EC), DG Research and Innovation, Euratom Research, 21 rue du Champ de Mars, 1050 Brussels, Belgium
2 Institute for Nuclear Research (ICN-RATEN), Campului 1, Mioveni 115400, Romania
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Accepted: 1 October 2019
Published online: 5 May 2020
The development and safe operation of nuclear installations in Europe is of vital importance for the future of nuclear energy. Helping to ensure the safe operation of nuclear power has always been one of the top priorities of Euratom Research Framework Programmes. With the incentives of Horizon 2020, further integration towards an EU/Euratom Research Area was achieved, better prioritisation at European and International levels based on updates of Research and Innovation agendas or deployment strategies, capitalisation of European Technology platforms and enhanced cooperation with International Organisations or Fora effectively happened. Evolutions towards European Joint Programmes together with EU/Euratom Member States, confirm that research and innovation programmes successfully benefit from a truly added value of a concerted European approach in nuclear safety research and training advocated by the European Commission and EU/Euratom Member States.
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