24th – 25th – 26th September 2014 Budapest – Hungary
3rd edition – Budapest: Europe’s only Nuclear Power Plant Simulation (NPPS) Forum
“Only in its second year, the European NPP Simulation Forum is already proving to be the “one stop” forum in Europe for nuclear power plant simulation professionals. The next one in Budapest is expected to be bigger and even better!”.
Michael H. Chatlani
Vice President, Marketing & Sales
Power Systems and Simulation
L-3 Communications MAPPS Inc.
The European Nuclear Power Plant Simulation Forum is rapidly becoming the must-attend event in Europe for Nuclear Power Plants and everyone involved in the Simulator Industry. Previous editions include speakers and attendees from 20 different countries some of them as far as South Africa, Canada and Korea. The interest in the Forum is huge and proves that there is a huge demand for information about the topics in the industry.
Like the previos two editions, the Forum will be moderated and chaired by Mr. Michael Chatlani, VP Marketing & Sales from our Lead Sponsor L-3 MAPPS.The European Nuclear Power Plant Simulation Forum in the beautiful city of Budapest is the only business conference in Europe for the nuclear industry with the focus on simulators.
It will bring together those who are involved with simulators, training personnel, training managers, operation support managers and anyone with an interest in nuclear power plant simulators or those who develop or use simulation tools for nuclear power plants. This event will give an excellent opportunity for networking, benchmarking and business development with industry peers, contractors, vendors, suppliers and regulators.
Attendees can hear cutting edge presentations on:
- Severe Accident Simulation, Simulators after Fukushima
- Recent Simulator Projects,
- Simulator Technology Updates
- Simulation and 3D Visualization,
- Other Applications for NPP Simulation
- Regulatory Perspective
- New Reactors Update
- Simulation and Training for NNB
The latest technologies, projects, codes, 3D visualization and simulation, strategies and focus points for the present and Nuclear New Build will be presented and demonstrated by an excellent speaker line-up.
During the coffee and networking breaks, attendees will be sharing and networking with our speakers, lead technology suppliers, exhibitors and amongst themselves in the exhibitor area. Those are always great opportunities to get demonstrations of latest technologies, exchange industry information with their peers, talk business and enjoy a drink and snack.
With the help and commitment from our sponsors and speakers and the feedback, interest and need for information shown by the attendees on previous editions we will be working towards a 3rd annual Forum next year with a more complete interactive experience.