Training Courses

European Master in Radioecology

[ Environmental risks form radioactive nuclides ]

IUR supports the Master in Radioecology "Environmental risks from radioactive nuclides" which is run at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Aas, Norway.

Radioecology is a key research area ranging from nuclear  sources to impact and risk assessments and radiation  protection.

In a  diverse learning process, you will gain  knowledge about radioecology; behaviour  of radionuclides in the environment,  as well as impact and risk assessment  based on radiochemistry and  radiation protection, the nuclear industry  and waste management, project management  and research methods.

The main teaching Professors are all active IUR members:

Prof. Brit Salbu, Prof. Deborah Oughton and Prof. Lindis Skupperud, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Aas, Norway

Prof. Christian Tamponnet, Institute for Radioprotection and Nuclear Safety, Direction for environment and Intervention, SECRE/LME, Cadarache, France

A number of other IUR members experts are involved in the various courses embedded within the progra.

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Previous program:

- program 2008-2009

Professionals / Scientists