SAFER2028 research programme
Developing the safety of nuclear power plants and nuclear waste management
SAFER2028 (National Nuclear Safety and Waste Management Research Programme 2023-2028) is a six-year technical and scientific research programme. It is a continuation of the series of government-led nuclear safety (SAFIR) and nuclear waste management safety (KYT) programmes. The objective of the programme is to develop and continuously improve nuclear safety and nuclear waste management safety expertise for solving safety issues relevant to the Finnish use of nuclear energy. The programme supports the capturing of knowledge and its transfer between organisations and generations through carrying out internationally high-level multidisciplinary safety research. The results of the programme are public.
The programme is funded by the National Nuclear Waste Management Fund (VYR), as well as other key organisations operating in the field of nuclear energy. The annual VYR funding of the research in the ongoing SAFIR and KYT programmes has been approximately 10 million euros.
Registration for the Annual seminar on human and organizational factors is open – details and registration here
The Call for Proposals for 2024 has closed on 6.10. Financing recommendation from the MG are expected in December and the VYR decisions in March.
Final reports of KYT2022 and SAFIR2022 research programmes have been published:
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