Please view the following link to see the Final Agenda, MIND Project Annual Meeting 4. Welcome to Stockholm!
The Mind project would hereby like to invite you and your colleagues to the final MIND Project Annual Meeting which is scheduled to take place in Stockholm, Sweden on the 7th to 9th of May. The venue is the Vattenfall building in Solna.
Natalie Leys, responsible initiator of the course: “It is really going well, the teachers all did their very best to provide an interesting program, and the students are motivated and happy!” Geological disposal of radioactive waste represents a challenge where social and technical aspects blend with regard to the design, implementation and post-construction management […]
The sixth Newsletter from the MIND-project is now available. Content of this Newsletter: 1. Work Package 1: ILW Organic Polymer Degradation 2. Work Package 2: HLW Waste Form Degradation 3. Work Package 3: Evaluating and Sharing the Knowledge 4. Work Package 4: Project Management – Project Annual Meeting Download the Newsletter here.
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 will be held in Berlin December 3-4, 2018. The second announcement is now published. Registration is open; see the IGD-TP website for further information: https://igdtp.eu/event/igd-tp-exchange-forum-8/.
IGD-TP, The Implementing Geological Disposal of radioactive waste Technology Platform, is informing about MIND’s Project Annual meeting on the IGD-TP:s website. Read the post here: https://igdtp.eu/event/3rd-mind-annual-project-meeting/.
Our Twitter account has been blocked due to an age issue. Therefore, we have now opened the MIND Facebook group as an alternative to this, but hopefully this will be resolved within shortly. https://www.facebook.com/groups/928136997269473/members/
The fifth Newsletter from the MIND-project is now available. Content of this Newsletter: 1. Implementers’ review board (IRB) 2. Scientific highlight 3. Work Package 3: Evaluating and Sharing the Knowledge 4. Work Package 4: Project Management – Project Annual Meeting Download the Newsletter here
The objective of this advanced training course is to provide state-of-the-art knowledge and insight into the geomicrobiology phenomena related to the geological disposal of radioactive waste. The focus will be on performance assessment of the geological disposal environment and the engineered barrier systems for high-level and long-lived intermediate level waste using the knowledge of geomicrobiology […]