This title appears in the Scientific Report : 2014 

8$^{th}$ European Summer School on Separation Chemistry and Conditioning as well as Supramolecular, Intermolecular, Interaggregate Interactions
Neumeier, Stefan (Editor)
Kegler, Philip (Editor) / Bosbach, Dirk (Editor)
Nukleare Entsorgung und Reaktorsicherheit; IEK-6
2014
Jülich Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH Zentralbibliothek, Verlag 2014
62
Report
Book
Verbundprojekt Conditioning: Grundlegende Untersuchungen zur Immobilisierung langlebiger Radionuklide mittels Einbau in endlagerrelevante Keramiken; Teilprojekt A
Safety Research for Nuclear Waste Disposal
Berichte des Forschungszentrums Jülich 4376
OpenAccess
Please use the identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/2128/7859 in citations.
The Summer School will call leading scientist from France, Russia and Germany in the fields of solid state chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, colloid systems stability, formation,structure and interparticle interactions, with a particular emphasis on the applications toseparation chemistry. Special attention will be given to these topics in relevance to nuclearwaste management, lanthanide/actinide separation and transport of actinides in the environment. The participants will address directly the critical gaps in the understanding of processes crucial for safe nuclear waste disposal, decontamination/remediation technologies, separations in nuclear waste cycle etc. A special objective of the Summer School will be the promotion of international collaborations and strengthening of discussions in order to identify and to fill the conceptual gaps in knowledge that are relevant for the nuclear fuel cycle and particular for the safe disposal of nuclear waste in a deep geological repository. The Summer School will cover important topics that are related to international research efforts, several projects (BMBF, EC FP-7) and various bilateral collaborations. The School aims at stimulating effective scientific discussions on the institutional level and enhancing joint applications to unique pooled facilities like synchrotrons, actinide laboratories, etc. Special attention will be paid to young researches in these fields to support their research mobility to other institutes.