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Who Are We?

Reactor Engineering Division is at the core of the Slovenian research activities related to the safe use of the nuclear energy. Such research contributes significantly to the management and scrutiny of the safety of nuclear power plants in all nuclear countries. New knowledge and insights are swiftly transferred into the daily activities of the Nuclear power plant in Krško and Nuclear Safety Administration of the Republic of Slovenia.

We teamed up to contribute to the new knowledge about the modelling and computer simulations of the physical processes, which are fundamental for the nuclear safety. Our intensive international cooperation facilitates the performance of experiments and access to experimental results which support improvements of our computer models.

Our staff is our most valuable asset. Young and interdisciplinary team connects physicists with mechanical, electrical, and civil engineers. This is why our research is highly valued across Europe and the world. 

The team after the visit of excavation horizon in Velenje Coal Mine 8. 5. 2012

 

We work with the best!

 

 

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A single grain boundary parameter to characterize normal stress fluctuations in materials with elastic cubic grains
Dr. Samir El Shawish and dr. Timon Mede from the Reactor Engineering Division at Jožef Stefan Institute, in collaboration with dr. Jeremy Hure from Université Paris-Saclay, CEA (France) published the article &l...
Modelling of premixed layer formation in stratified fuel–coolant configuration
Janez Kokalj, dr. Mitja Uršič and dr. Matjaž Leskovar from the Reactor Engineering Division at Jožef Stefan Institute published the article »...
Validation of a morphology adaptive multi-field two-fluid model considering counter-current stratified flow with interfacial turbulence damping
Dr. Matej Tekavčič from the Reactor Engineering Division at Jožef Stefan Institute in collaboration with researchers from the Institute of Fluid Dynamics, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (Germany) published the article »...
Symposium and seminar nuclear human development in TokyoTec
The international symposium and seminar on global nuclear human resource development for safety, security and safeguards (IS3S) is a yearly activity coordinated by the Academy for Global Nuclear Safety and Security Agent of the Tokyo Institute of Techn...
NESTet 2020 program board meeting, Bruselj, 7.-10.1.2020
The NESTet conference is dedicated to education and training in nuclear technology. After several years of silence (the last NESTet was organized by the ...
15th Steering Committee Meeting of the TSO Forum (TSOF), Vienn, Austria, 17.-18. 2. 2020
In 2010, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) set up a comitee of Certified Nuclear and Radiation Safety Experts (TSOs) to promote cooperation and exchange of information. The basis for the ...
WPSAE Progress Meeting & PMU meeting, Garching, Germany, 27.1.-29.1. 2020
Within the framework of Horizon 2020, European fusion research combines the targeted 7-year (2014-2020) EUROfusion fusion program under the auspices of the EURATOM Treaty. Within EUROfusion, a large part of the activities is devoted to the development ...
ENEN+ Communication workshop, Brussels, Belgium, 13.-14.10.2019
Part of the ENEN + (Attract, Retain and Develop New Nuclear Talents Beyond Academic Curricula) project is the development and implementation of a communication strategy to fam...
18th International Topical Meeting on Nuclear Reactor Thermal-Hydraulics (NURETH-18), Portland, USA, 18. 8. – 22. 8. 2019
NURETH is the most important conference related to the nuclear reactor thermal-hydraulics. At the NURETH-18 internetional conference, 545 papers were presented as well as 3 pannel discussions and 17 technical keynote addresses. Main topics were: ...
EUROfusion PPPT Project Management Meeting in DEMO Project Board Meeting, IPP, Garching, Germany, 11.-12. 7. 2019
As a part of Horizon 2020, european fusion research brings together a targeted 5-year (2014-2018) EUROfusion program under the auspices of the EURATOM Treaty. Due to the 7-year horizon of Horizon 202...
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