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FISA 2025 – EURADWASTE’25 conferences on Euratom fission research and training (Presidency event)



Support will be provided for the organisation of FISA 2025 – EURADWASTE’25 conferences on the outcomes and perspectives for the Euratom Research and Training Programme. They are organised every 3 to 4 years, with the last conferences having taken place in Lyon in 2022.

The next conferences should take place in 2025 during the Polish EU Presidency. The objectives will be:

  • to take part in discussions on the state of play of R&D and key challenges addressed at national, European and international level, synergies and partnerships, and future perspectives;
  • to share updated information on the achievements of some 60 projects carried out since the previous edition in 2022 (as part of the Euratom Research and Training Programme 2021-2025);
  • to interact within dedicated parallel and poster sessions, workshops or forums, exhibitions, business and Young Generation nuclear researchers’ matchmaking, e.g. ENS YGN, SNETP, IGDTP or MELODI;
  • to reward relevance and excellence performed in nuclear research and innovation: ENEN PhD Event & Prize, calls for PhD and MSc posters, R&D topics and Nuclear Innovation Prize;
  • to learn more about the latest European Framework Programme for Research and Innovation for the period 2021-27, Horizon Europe and Euratom Research and Training programmes, and forward-looking key policy recommendations from all stakeholders and policymakers.

FISA 2025 – EURADWASTE’25 conferences will address and engage with all relevant stakeholders involved: research and training organisations, academia, industry, European technology platforms, European forums, European civil society, and international organisations. There will also be many opportunities for interaction in dedicated parallel and poster sessions, thematic workshops, R&D awards, and nuclear innovation prizes.

This grant will be awarded without a call for proposals in accordance with Article 195(e) of the Financial Regulation and the relevant provisions of the Regulation establishing the Euratom Research and Training Programme 2021-2025.

The general conditions, including admissibility conditions, eligibility conditions, award criteria, the evaluation and award procedure, the legal and financial set-up for grants, financial and operational capacity and exclusion, are provided in Parts A to G of the General Annexes.