The purpose of this page is to make it easy and convenient for students to
find out who is doing what and where in nuclear science and engineering
research and education. The focus is Canadian Universities, of course, but
we should not neglect others. Industry might like to establish a few points
of technical contact.
Nuclear Educational Initiatives in Canada
UNENE , the University Network of
Excellence in Nuclear Engineering is an alliance of universities,
nuclear power utilities, research and regulatory agencies for the
support and development of nuclear education, research and development
capability in Canadian universities. UNENE is offering a
inter-university Master's degree program.
CANTEACH - CANDU technical
information, an industry, university, CNS initiative that began in
January 2000 with the mandate to produce technical educational material
on CANDU. An
alternate version of CANTEACH is also available for experimental purposes.
CNS Events - check here for the latest news on upcoming conferences and courses
sponsored by the Canadian Nuclear Society (Student Conference, Annual
Conference, Nuclear Simulation Symposium, ...).
See below for links to the various institutions and professors engaged
in nuclear education and research.
AECL - Atomic Energy of Canada Limited
Dr. Stephen J. Bushby - Principal
research interests are the materials and chemistry challenges associated
with advanced reactor designs. Contact: CANDU X Project, Stn. 82,
Corrosion and Surface Science Branch, Chalk River Laboratories, Chalk
River, Ontario, Canada, K0J 1P0, ph: (613) 584-3311 ext. 4731, fax: