SCK•CEN Alumni

The SCK•CEN Alumni is a dynamic program that connects SCK•CEN and all who have spent a considerable time at the nuclear research centre in Mol. It provides professional international networking through an online database.

Who can become a member?

All professionals and students who spent several weeks, months or years working at SCK•CEN during their professional and/or student lifetime.

Why become a member?

Being a member of the SCK•CEN Alumni allows you to 

  • stay informed about the daily R&D activities of SCK•CEN and its achievements (through newsletters, specific e-mails, etc.);
  • connect to other SCK•CEN Alumni through the SCK•CEN Alumni database;
  • receive first-hand information on SCK•CEN Academy education, training and other events and enjoy priority registration possibilities;
  • recieve a reduction fee on a Nuclea membership
  • have a direct link with our R&D and Service Departments to set up research or service collaborations.

How to become a member of the SCK•CEN Alumni?

Register to the SCK•CEN Alumni database. Confirmation of your registration will be sent within the shortest possible delay. Registration is -of course- free of charge. 

 

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Visit the SCK•CEN Science Platform and stay up-to-date with the scientific activities of SCK•CEN.

Discover the vacancies of SCK•CEN or find an opportunity for a thesis on Bachelor, Master or PhD level
Bring your nuclear competences to perfection via an internship or apply for a post-doc position.

Contact our Services, Consultancy, R&D department for customized consultancy services in all our fields of expertise.

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News

Citizen science at Fukushima

Nuclear medicine: Belgium takes the lead

The SCK•CEN Academy is looking for a new colleague

Renovation of Residential Quarter at Boeretang in Mol has been started

SCK•CEN researcher Bjorn Baselet nominated for ‘Wetenschapstalent 2019’

Genes reveal radiation dose received

Pupils of European Schools experiment with science at SCK•CEN

Proton therapy or conventional radiotherapy?

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Upcoming events and courses

June 13, 2019 | Continuous professional development in radiation protection | Decontamination of persons (Mol)

June 17 - 21, 2019 | Heavy metal summer school 2019 (Mol)

June 24 - July 5, 2019 | Space summer school (Mol)

August 12 - 23, 2019 | Summer school in radiation biology (Mol)

September 2 - 6, 2019 | Preparedness and response for nuclear and radiological emergencies (Mol)

September 9 - 10, 2019 | Basisopleiding stralingsbescherming RPO Klasse II & III voor industriële toepassingen (Mol)

September 12, 2019 | Topical Day | Aquatic microbiota in or near nuclear facilities: insights, discoveries and solutions (Brussels)

More upcoming items...