Park of Science and Art Sirius
October 04–05, 2021
As a result of signing the agreement, the parties will be able to cooperate in analyzing Rosatom's projects and establishing possible conditions for EDB to finance projects.
The document was signed by the head of the Association of ZATO Alexey Golubev and President of municipalities community of Vendeuvre-Soulaines of Aube department (France) Philippe Dallemagne.
This year the participants will have a busy business program, which includes plenary sessions, roundtables, signing of various agreements. Forum participants and accredited media representatives will be able to attend 18 roundtables on various relevant aspects of nuclear technology development.
Participants in the roundtable will discuss digital solutions that are currently being used to help achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and which digital products in the nuclear industry may be put forward in order to ensure the effective development of the economy and improve the quality of people’s lives.
The event will bring together Russian and international experts to talk about the contribution of nuclear technologies to the development of scientific and technical process and their potential to influence industry, medicine, space exploration and other spheres of the economy.
The participants in the roundtable will discuss the challenges and opportunities for the development of a risk management system in energy companies. One of the key topics at the discussion will be how to integrate risk management systems into the decision-making process in energy companies in an effective manner.
The main topic of the roundtable presented by State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM, Boston Consulting Group and WorldSkills Russia will be the problems of the comprehensive study of the best global practices in training personnel against the background of current economic, technological and social changes.
The discussion will touch upon the career preferences of young people in Russia and around the world, examples of overcoming barriers to interaction that exist in the global nuclear industry, the best practices for implementing the culture of partnerships when working with younger audiences both outside and inside organizations.
During the discussion, Russian and international experts in quality management will touch upon pressing issues related to building reliable supply chains at nuclear facilities. The participants will also consider approaches to ensuring security while reducing costs in the course of procurement activities.
The roundtable will bring experts from Russia and around the world together to discuss the key trends in the development of carbon-free energy generation, current and promising business models in the renewable energy market, and possible areas for the development of energy storage units. Special attention will be paid to the place that small nuclear power reactors might take in the future energy balance.