End-users and Advisory Group

The End-users and Advisory Group has as its main objective to ensure the feed-back during the project and to contribute to information interchange with the major nuclear stakeholders’ organisations („employers“) such as, e.g. WANO, relevant existing European structures such as, e.g., ENEN, the “training” Working Groups of SNE‑TP, IGD-TP, ENEF and ENSREG, or the YGN; or the part of academia not represented in CINCH-II. EAGs main tasks should be to advise “how” and direct / specify “what” thus ensuring that the CINCH-II activities aim at the target in the straightest and the most efficient way. This will be achieved among others by mediating discussions and transfer of knowledge more developed in other fields such as, e.g. mutual recognition (HERCA), taxonomy (IAEA), or nuclear operators needs (WANO-member representative). A significant role in EAG is expected to be played by the Associated Partners representatives that may bring even broader views on the CINCH-II activities. Associated Partners representatives are also expected to bring the non-EU scientific authority views to CINCH‑II.images/cinch2_management.jpg

Current members of the EAG are:

Mr.Pedro Dieguez Porras, Secretary General, European Nuclear Education Network

Mr.Thorsten Stumpf, Director, Institut für Ressourcenökologie, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf

Mr.Rudy Konings, Coordinator, project GENTLE

Mr.Henrik Rameback, Adjunct professor, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Nuclear Chemistry,  Chalmers University of Technology