- ophalen, verzamelen en verwerken radioactief afval
- het aansturen van 4 externe specialisten
- een diploma technisch secundair onderwijs elektromechanica
- je werkt in onze vestiging in Mol
A community of researchers, engineers, and managers have come together at SCK•CEN to develop new nuclear applications and improve society. Aside from our 3 most-renowned projects (MYRRHA, RECUMO, and NURA), we support a diverse range of other nuclear research groups too. More than 100 projects have found the innovative equipment and undying support they needed to start their missions here, at SCK•CEN.
From radioecology to nuclear fusion – you can discover more about 4 interesting projects below.
Information on the 100+ other projects can be found here.
Explore every corner
of nuclear research
In 1987, our BR3-power plant was definitely shut down. The subsequent dismantlement and decontamination of the pressurized water reactor was a European first. Thanks to that successful experience – and the information and skills we acquired – SCK•CEN is now a recognised expert in the systemised dismantling of nuclear facilities.
At SCK•CEN, we don’t shy away from tough questions. That’s why we ask ourselves every day: “How can we protect man and environment against the damaging effects from ionising radiation?”.
A crucial part of that mission is to study the effects of nuclear science on the environment – both in laboratories (biological effects of ionising radiation) and in the field (site clean-ups and environmental restoration).
Along with European and international partners – SCK•CEN is participating in the development of a nuclear fusion reactor called ITER, situated in Cadarache (South of France). Nuclear fusion is a sustainable innovation that would allow us to create a CO2-neutral large energy source with intrinsic safety and without generating long-lived radioactive waste.
Stay calm and
go to space
Astronauts can be exposed to high levels of cosmic radiation in space. At SCK•CEN, we study the effects of space travel on living species and the human body and develop new potential protection or mitigation means for astronauts by studying their blood samples and monitoring their immune systems and improving our knowledge of the cosmic radiations themselves.
Careers with other projects
- develop the core loads of the world’s most all-round nuclear reactor
- increase the availability of the reactor
- master's degree in Engineering or in Physics is required
- contribute to a clean and safe future
- beheer de logistiek van materialen voor onze experimenten.
- bedenk oplossingen voor nieuwe technische uitdagingen
- werk dienstprocedures uit en volg de uitvoering op
- bachelordiploma elektromechanica