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Unique Nuclear Power Course Attracts Students From All Over the World

36 students from all over the world are currently visiting Oskarshamn to learn more about the final repository of spent nuclear fuel.

“It’s very interesting to see how you work here because it’s not only important to learn about how to use nuclear power, but also to take responsibility for the waste that we create,” says student Elina Charatsidou from Greece, who is studying at KTH.

Her dream is that in the future it will be possible to create nuclear power that does not produce any waste whatsoever.

“You can always dream, theoretically we could minimize waste.” says Professor Waclaw Gudowski from KTH.

By Annika Ilmoni 


svgParticipation at the 28th Hellenic Nuclear Physics Society Symposium HNPS2019 in Thessaloniki, Greece
svgPresentation at AUTh of the Nuclear Engineering Master’s Programs from KTH

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