SNEAM / NEPIA Sustainable Nuclear Energy Production and Industrial Applications
The EDF/FEED : European Foundation for the Energies of Tomorrow, offers scholarships to students of Master of Science SNEAM (ex SNEWM) for the academic year 2012-2013. Those scholarships will be awarded on an excellence criterion by the committee of attribution which will take place at the end of May.
L'EDF/FEED : Fondation Européenne pour les Energies de Demain - Institut de France, offre des bourses à des étudiants du Master of Science SNEAM (ex SNEWM) au titre de l'année universitaire 2012-2013. Ces bourses seront attribuées sur un critère d'excellence par une commission d'attribution qui se déroulera à la fin du mois de Mai
SNEAM / NEPIA Nuclear Energy Production & Industrial Applications specializes in nuclear sciences applications including energy production (power reactors) and industrial applications (particles beams technology, instrumentation,.....). A particular focus is put on the safety and radioprotection, to be considered in the management of a large project in this field.
- Acquire basic knowledge necessary for understanding nuclear energy production (power reactors) and industrial applications, e.g. accelerators, cyclotrons...
- Develop competences in reactor operation, maintenance and safety issues including radioprotection.
- Develop competences in particles beams production and qualification.
- Develop competences in nuclear radiations applications: instrumentation, non destructive control, security...
- Develop an awareness of societal considerations related to nuclear energy production.
- Take into account societal issues related to nuclear energy production.
The Master of Science SNEAM-NEPIA starts in September and is divided into 4 semesters:
- MSc year 1 : 1 academic semester in ENSICAEN + 1 academic semester in Nantes
- MSc year 2 : 1 academic semester for specialization + 6 months Master Thesis in industry or research laboratory.
The program of the first year for the SNEAM/NEPIA program is the same as the first year for the SNEAM/ANWM and SNEAM/NUTMA