HOTLAB 2015 Leuven, Belgium
September 27 - October 1, 2015

Students

The working group ‘Hot Laboratories and Remote Handling’ was set up in 1963 to encourage and stimulate collaboration between European nuclear facilities in order to reach and preserve the high quality of their key competences. Over the years, the working group HOTLAB became the major contact forum for nuclear R&D facilities and its yearly conference serves not only as a resource for information on laboratories, manufacturers or transporters worldwide but it should also be a platform to share and exchange experiences.

This year the HOTLAB working group wants to provide an opportunity to graduate students to interact and dialogue with experts in various nuclear fields.

For graduate students in all areas of nuclear science and technology the conference is FREE to attend. Lunch and coffee breaks will be offered.