BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT
The primary motivation of the ENEN+ project is to substantially contribute to the revival of the interest of young generations in careers in the nuclear sector. This is to be achieved by pursuing the following main objectives:
Attract new talents to careers in nuclear.
Develop the attracted talents beyond academic curricula.
Increase the retention of attracted talents in nuclear careers.
Involve the nuclear stakeholders within the EU and beyond.
Sustain the revived interest for nuclear careers.
TASKS AND TOPICS
The ENEN+ consortium will focus on the learners and careers in the following nuclear disciplines:
Nuclear reactor engineering and safety
Waste management and geological disposal
The task of the participants is to compose a 3-minute video on one or more of the four nuclear disciplines. Suggestions for topics include, but are not limited to:
Jobs in nuclear
Create a story about nuclear
History of nuclear science and technology
Future of nuclear technology
Nuclear in daily life
Radiation for health
Detailed information on administrative matters, including registration and video submission on project webpage from 15th June 2018:
REGISTRATION FORM AND VIDEO SUBMISSION
A registration form should be submitted of the project in English, provided as a PDF file; template available on the ENEN website. On this form the data of the team members, outline of what will be produced, including motivation and methods, should be given. Teams are required to send a link to their videos (maximum 3 minutes) in an e-mail rather than sending them attached.
Submissions for the competition (registration form) should be sent to Csilla Pesznyak – at the following e-mail address:
The subject line of the e-mail should be: European Nuclear Competition, “Team Name”
The competition is open to secondary school pupils, who are currently enrolled in secondary schools in European States. Teams must have two pupil members and one teacher.
The 15 finalist teams will be invited and supported to attend the summer school in Budapest, Hungary. No more than one video submission per team can be considered.
1st October 2018 – Video submission opens
1st March 2019 – Video submission deadline
1st April 2019 – Deadline for nomination of 15 finalists