News item | 2013-01-30 | 11:45 AM

Young professionals gear up for international nuclear power conference

Stockholm is hosting the European Nuclear Young Generation Forum in 2013. 400 participants are expected to attend the conference in June for which Vattenfall is the main partner.

Between 17 and 20 June, young nuclear professionals from the European and global nuclear power industry will convene in Stockholm for the European Nuclear Young Generation Forum (ENYGF) which is organised every second year at different locations around Europe. The conference will consist of presentations, workshops, presentation of technical papers and unconference meetings. "Sigval Berg, the renowned American lecturer will be one of the main speakers,” says Vattenfall's Filip Gottfridsson, committee chairman for ENYGF 2013.

More than 400 participants are expected to convene in Stockholm at the Royal Institute of Technology where the conference takes place. Visits to nuclear plants are also on the agenda. The conference has three themes: operating a nuclear power plant, decommissioning and waste, and nuclear power in the future. Vattenfall and Westinghouse are the main ENYGF partners. "It is now possible to register. The conference is a great place to network and increase your knowledge,” says Filip Gottfridsson.

Read more about ENYGF and access the conference registration page

Facts
Young Generation (YG) was founded in Sweden in 1994. The aim with YG is to promote personal networks, contribute to the dissemination of experience and increase knowledge of nuclear power to a wider public.
European Nuclear Society Young Generation Network (ENSYGN) is a collaboration between national YG networks which every second year organise a conference in Europe under the name of European Nuclear Young Generation Forum, ENYGF.