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The last few days to candidate to Fem'energia award!

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For the 5th year, the Fem’Energia Award will feature young women and women who promote gender development in their commitment for the nuclear sector. Women in Nuclear (WiN) Europe and WiN France and EDF are convinced that the nuclear jobs are often wrongly mistaken as “men’s job”. The nuclear field would benefit by welcoming more women in its sector. By pointing up remarkable women since 2009, the Fem’Energia Award promote the place of women in the nuclear field by showing the ones who have scientific, technical and nuclear technology posts. Thus, its goal is to attract young women and consolidate their choice of working in nuclear.

The following “call for application” and the accompanying flyer should provide you with more information about this special award.

You will find below the rules of the Ward, the application file to be completed and the flyer for the Award.

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21st WiN-Global Annual Conference

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The 21st WiN-Global Annual Conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Johannesburg, South Africa, from 05 – 11 October 2013, hosted by Women in Nuclear - South Africa - www.winsa.org.za

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World Nuclear Association 37th Annual Symposium

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WNA Annual Symposium 2013: Call For Presentations

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the call for presentations and opening of registration for the WNA Annual Symposium 2013.

We are inviting applications from those wishing to give presentations at the Symposium. The topics we are particularly looking to include are:

 The Nuclear Supply Chain - in particular quality assurance and localisation
 The Nuclear Fuel Cycle
 Public Acceptance and Communication
 Financing
 Energy Policy and Nuclear Power
 Education and Training

We welcome presentations on these and other topics from industry experts and external specialists. We particularly encourage proposals from professionals in emerging nuclear countries and from younger specialists.

Submitting a Proposal

Submissions can be made online via http://www.wna-symposium.org/bio.html. Guidelines for Presentations are listed on this page http://www.wna-symposium.org/guide.html . The deadline for submissions is 31 May.

Successful applicants will be informed by 10 June 2013 and must submit their presentations for review by 16 August.

Presentations will be made on Thursday 12 or Friday 13 September 2013, and should be supported by PowerPoint slides.

For further information please contact Jonathan Cobb by  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or phone (on +44 (0) 20 7451 1536).

Registration

Registration is now open. For more information about the Symposium and to register please visit our Symposium website at http://www.wna-symposium.org.

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News from Women in Nuclear - IAEA Chapter

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WiN IAEA published a newsletter (August-December 2012).

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News from Romania: seminar dedicated to Medical applications

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altWIN Romania aims at playing an active role in the accurate dissemination of information regarding nuclear power. With this purpose, WIN Cernavoda NPP branch organized a seminar dedicated to the medical applications of nuclear power, hosted in Constanta, on the 7th of December 2012. 

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WiN Europe at ENC Manchester

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The European Nuclear Society organizes every 2 years a major nuclear conference called ENC (European Nuclear Conference). The 2012 edition took place in Manchester between the 9th and the 12th of December. WiN Europe was highly involved in the preparation as a member of the programme committee. This conference was also an opportunity to strengthen our links with the European Young Generation Network (ENS-YG) as we co-organized 2 workshops.

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Holidays Greetings

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Jutta Jené elected as new President of WiN Germany

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After four years, the foundation president of WiN Germany Beate Scheffler stepped down and the presidency turned over to Jutta Jené. Jutta was unanimously elected as president by the General Assembly of WiN Germany http://www.win-europe.org/members/74-win-germany on November, 9th, 2012.

Jutta Jené has been working at the Biblis Nuclear Power Plant since 1990. She is married with one son.

Since the foundation of WiN Germany, Jutta is engaged in the board. As head of the Communications working group and spokesperson of WiN Germany she continuously advanced the internal and external communication.

Beate Scheffler stays in the board with responsiblity for networking and international relationships.

The new President of WiN Germany Jutta Jené (left) and the former one Beate Scheffler

Sara Tania Mongelli received the 2012 Fem’Energia Award

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altSara Tania has won the 2012 Fem’Energia award in the working Woman category. She is a member of Women in Nuclear Switzerland.

She is Italian and lives and works in Switzerland. She is within the fuel department of Axpo AG, responsible for the manufacturing and delivery of the transport and storage casks required to return the high level wastes from the reprocessing of Beznau and Leibstadt spent fuel.

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4th FEM’ENERGIA AWARD: Women of Talent in Nuclear - 2012

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altFor the 4th year, the Fem’Energia Award featured young women and women who promote gender development in their commitment for the nuclear sector.

Women in Nuclear (WiN) Europe, WiN France and EDF are convinced that the nuclear jobs are often seen as “men’s job”. The nuclear field would benefit by welcoming more women in its sector.

Since 2009, the Fem’Energia Award promote the place of women in the nuclear field. Among the award categories, one is dedicated to Women Working in Europe:

  • 1st Prize
    Sara Tania MONGELLI
    Axpo AG (Switzerland)
    Position : Projet Manager – Nuclear Fuel Department
  • 2nd Prize
    Neruja SRIKANTHARAJAH
    Sellafield Ltd. (United Kingdom)
    Position : Chemical Engineer –Magnox Fuel Drying Project
  • 3rd Prize
    Joëlle VALLORY
    CCFE (United Kingdom)
    Position: Mechanical Engineer – Central Engineering Department

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