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Master MaNuEn - International master Program in Material Sciences for Nuclear Energy

Updated on February 3, 2017
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The program (300 hours of courses in english ) is focused on materials used for nuclear fuels and structural components of reactor core.

Réacteur nucléaire - Crédits photos AREVA Industry and research
Industry (EDF)  and Research (CEA) are both strongly involved in the design of the program and the content of the courses as well as training of the students

Assets
  • A privileged contact with a team of engineers working in the Materials Departements  of EDF R&D and  CEA
  • 50% of the courses given by professional of nuclear industry having a unique expertise in the field
  • A cycle of Conferences about Energetic Issues
  • Immersion learning
Main Topics            
Components design, material selection, characterization, optimisation, metallurgical and physico-chemical aspects of ageing under irradiation are the differents topics treated in the program.

Objective and careers                    
The courses content has been carefully designed with the help of EDF and CEA to train material engineers with a culture in nuclear physics and thermal hydraulics to meet the needs for the management of the current nuclear power plant, its ageing, its replacement and the development of the next generation of reactors.



Immersion learning
During the first semester of the master, students have the opportunity to spend between one or 3 weeks either at EDF R&D research center or at the center of the CEA Cadarache. This "immersion learning" stay is a unique experience and provide students the opportunity to visit  nuclear installations, and attend courses in a professional environment.







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Date of update February 3, 2017

Grenoble INP Institut d'ingénierie Univ. Grenoble Alpes