National Centre for Nuclear Research (NCBJ) is one of the largest research institutes in Poland. It operates MARIA, the sole research nuclear reactor in the country. Currently NCBJ hires over 1000 employees, including 70 professors / associate professors and over 120 PhDs. It is headquartered in Świerk (about 30 km away Warsaw).
VUJE a.s. is an engineering company that performs design, supply, implementation, research and training activities, particularly in the field of nuclear and conventional power generation.
For over the last sixty years ÚJV Řež, a. s. represents one of the best state of the art workplaces in the energy industry in the Czech Republic. Services cover safety, reliability and efficiency support for nuclear and conventional power plant operations as well as heating stations. Furthermore, company is specialized in the construction design, engineering, fuel cycle chemistry and complex services for radioactive waste management. Additionally, we are regional distribution and production leader in radiopharmaceuticals. Specific knowledge covers also design, construction and operation of PET centres and relevant staff training.
The main aim of the research organisation is research, development and innovations in the field of power generation (especially nuclear). CVR owns unique research infrastructure such as experimental research reactors LVR-15 and LR-0 and technological experimental circuits. Significant modernization of the infrastructure is being realized within years 2011-2015 due to realization of the SUSEN project (realized in the framework of the Operational Programme Research and Development for Innovations of the European Regional Development Fund).
French public government-funded research organisation in the areas of energy, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. The CEA maintains a cross-disciplinary culture of engineers and researchers, building on the synergies between fundamental and technological research.
The Centre is part of the research network of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The mission of the Centre for Energy Research is to perform research and development in the field of nuclear science and technology for facilitating the adoption and the safe use of nuclear technology in Hungary, to participate in international research efforts aiming at the establishing a new generation of nuclear power plants and closing the fuel cycle, to study the interaction of radiation (including neutrons, gamma-rays and electrons) with matter, and to do isotope and nuclear chemistry, chemical analysis by nuclear methods, radiography…