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The kick-off meeting of the Harmonise project took place physically during a two-day meeting in Brussels on 19 and 20 September 2022 with the participation of all 17 partner organisations, where the Institute of Informatics and Telecommunications participates in the project with SKEL | The AI Lab. 

This new project puts forward a holistic approach for studying the body of knowledge required to accomplish harmonisation and standardisation of methodologies, codes and standards as well as the assessment of nuclear reactor components. The basis for HARMONISE activities will be the outcomes of relevant research and cooperation activities in standardisation and nuclear safety considering also the lessons learnt from the stress tests performed in the EU. HARMONISE will examine issues related to qualification, standardisation, V&V and licensing of fission and fusion installations, while taking into account stakeholder involvement.

The partnership consists of 17 partners from eleven countries: Lietuvos Energetikos Institutas (Lithuania), Gesellschaft Fur Anlagen Und Reaktorsicherheit (GRS) gGmbH (Germany), Teknologian Tutkimuskeskus VTT OY (Finland), National Center For Scientific Research “Demokritos” (Greece), Commissariat A L Energie Atomique Et Aux Energies Alternatives (France), Statni Ustav Radiacni Ochrany v.v.i. (Czech Republic), Federaal Agentschap Voor Nucleairecontrole (Belgium), Institut Jozef Stefan (Slovenia), Studiecentrum Voor Kernenergie / Centre D’etude De L’energie Nucleaire (Belgium), State Enterprise State Scientific And Technical Center For Nuclear And Radiation Safety (Ukraine), Regia Autonoma Tehnologii Pentru Energia Nucleara – RATEN (Romania), BEL V (Belgium), AFCEN (France), Agenzia Nazionale Per Le Nuove Tecnologie, L’energia E Lo Sviluppo Economico Sostenibile (Italy), Ansaldo Nucleare Spa (Italy), LISTO BVBA (Belgium), JRC – Joint Research Centre- European Commission.

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