Co-organised by the European Commission and the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the EU in 2019

Euradwaste ’19 continues the series of traditional conferences organised by the European commission once in each Framework Programme for research and training in radioactive waste management. They are intended to present the results of all the projects co-funded during the Euratom Programme, to exchange on the status of implementation and on the challenges facing national programmes in Europe, and to discuss future research needs of common European added-value and the implementation strategy between Member States’ national programmes.

The Euradwaste’19 programme will be split in three sessions presenting the results of 13 Euratom research and coordination projects and of the integration of the research communities and Member States’ programmes, addressing:

–          predisposal and geological disposal technology developments.

–          radioactive waste source term and science for disposal safety

–          networking of the research communities, Joint Programming of national programmes, coordination with IAEA and OECD NEA programmes for efficient synergies and integration of radioactive waste producers.

Each session will include a keynote presentation and a general panel discussion.​