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Institute for Reactor Safety and Reactor Technology

Chairman: Prof. Dr. rer. nat. H.-J. Allelein

The Institute for Reactor Safety and Reactor Technology (LRST) conducts basic research and development on the safety of nuclear energy technology together with other institutes of the RWTH as well as the Jülich Research Center. The work on the improvement of the safety of nuclear facilities focuses especially on existing and innovative reactor concepts. The aim is to reduce any possible hazardous effects on the population and the environment to a minimum. Therefore, theoretical, numerical and experimental research is carried out to ensure the self-sustaining integrity of nuclear systems. Namely our research topics are:

Location

Kackertstraße 9
52072 Aachen

Postal Address

Lehrstuhl für
Reaktorsicherheit und -technik
an der RWTH Aachen
52064 Aachen
Tel.: +49(241)80 95440
Fax: +49(241)80 92183

Latest News from LRST

Next Lecture of the Colloquium of Nuclear Technology on December 02, 2014

Dr. Markus Wicklein (AREVA GmbH, Erlangen) will talk about the topic "Current Challenges to Fuel Elements in Pressurized Water Reactors"
at 6PM, room C301, Kackertstrasse 9

published on 18/11/2014

Next Lecture of the Colloquium of Regenerative Energies on November 25, 2014

Prof. Dr.-Ing. H.-J. Wagner (Lehrstuhls Energiesysteme und Energiewirtschaft (LEE), Ruhr-Universität Bochum) will talk about the topic "Usage of Wind Energy and Lif Cycle Analyses - Wind Park alpha ventus"
at 6PM, lecture room Roter Hörsaal in Audimax, Wüllnerstraße 9

published on 11/11/2014

Colloquia in Winter Term

In this winter term, our institute again holds Colloquium of Nuclear Technology (room C301 in Kackertstrasse 9) as well as the Colloquium of Regenerative Energies (lecture room Ro in the Audimax). The time is always Tuesdays at 6 Pm. Please refer to the subpages for more details.

published on 08/10/2014

further news

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