JRC-RES 6C - Specific research programmes (Euratom) to be implemented by the Joint Research Centre, 1988-1991
From 1988-01-01 to 1991-12-31| See all projects funded under this programme / topic
Framework programmeFP2-FRAMEWORK 2C
Previous programmeJRC-RES 4C
Successor programmeJRC-RES 8C
Programme fundingEUR 448,3 million
Official Journal ReferenceL 286 of 1988-10-20
Legislative Reference88/522/Euratom of 1988-10-14
To help provide the data and methods needed to monitor ionizing radiation and radioactivity and prevent them from having harmful effects, to establish nuclear reference methods and measurements, to enhance the safety of nuclear fission and nuclear fusion technology, and to increase industrial competitivity by accelerating the transfer of JRC technology to industry.
AbstractThe 1988-1991 programmes of the Joint Research Centre covered by this Council Decision were part of the Community's second Framework programme for research and technological development (1987-1991) under three main lines of action: "Quality of life", "Modernization of industrial sectors" and "Energy". JRC programmes executed during the same period in non-nuclear fields were covered by Council Decision 88/521/EEC of 14 October 1988 (Official Journal No L 286 of 20.10.1988).
Reorganized in 1988, the JRC consists of a Directorate-General in Brussels, two support units at Ispra and nine scientific institutes with facilities at Ispra, Karlsruhe, Petten and Geel.
The JRC's four-fold mission during the 1988-1991 period was to:
- Undertake specific programmes as part of the second Framework programme ;
- Perform services at the request of outside bodies and individuals;
- Provide scientific and technical support to Commission departments;
- Carry out research in preparation for new activities.
Subdivision- Evaluation and monitoring of radioactivity;
- Nuclear measurements and reference materials;
- Reactor safety;
- Radioactive waste management;
- Safeguarding and management of fissile materials;
- Nuclear fuels and actinides research;
- Fusion technology and safety;
- Exploratory research.
ImplementationThe Commission, assisted by the Board of Governors of the Joint Research Centre (JRC), was responsible for implementing the programmes and, to this end, called upon the services of the JRC.
In cooperation with the Board of Governors, the Commission ensured that periodic consultation was maintained with the relevant management and coordination advisory committees or equivalent committees with a view to ensuring coordination and consistency of approach between shared-cost actions and JRC activities in the same areas.
The Commission submitted annual reports and a final report on the implementation of the programmes to the European Parliament and the Council.
Record Number: 66 / Last updated on: 2014-03-05