Experts Committee

I2EN’s Experts Committee consists of French and international experts nominated intuiti personae for their scientific and technical knowledge and know-how.

MEMBERS

 

Members of the Experts Committee are appointed by the High-commissioner for Atomic Energy and approved by the Partners Council.

 

The Experts Committee nominates its own Chairman who reports directly to the High-commissioner.

 

Appointed experts serve on the Committee for 6 years (renewable once). In case an expert is unable to complete his/her term or withdraws, he/she shall be replaced for the remaining duration of his or her term.

 

Members of the Experts Committee come both from industry and academia.

 

MISSIONS

 

The Committee reviews nuclear education and training programs and assesses new projects. It awards I2EN accreditation on the basis of clear and relevant criteria.

 

It can also be called upon for advice by the High-commissioner.

 

Each year, the Committee writes a report for the High-commissioner where it reviews the French nuclear education & training offer at large.

 

OUR EXPERTS

  • Gérard Cote

    Gérard Cote graduated from ESCPI ParisTech in 1976 and obtained his PhD fromPierre et Marie Curie University,Paris,France in 1980. He completed his post-doctorate work at the Imperial College London,...

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  • Francis Teyssandier

    Francis Teyssandier is a graduate from Chimie ParisTech (Paris Graduate School of Chemical Engineering) and holds a PhD from Grenoble University. In 1984, he joins the French National Scientific Resea...

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  • Christian Tamponnet

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  • Gilles Perrin

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  • François Paquet

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  • Serge Marguet

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  • Michaël Lecomte

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  • Bernd Grambow

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  • Jean-Paul Glatz

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  • Pierre Eymond

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  • Sylvain David

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  • Bernard Bonin

    Dr. Bernard Bonin specializes in fundamental research, especially in nuclear physics and accelerator physics. Since 2003, he has been Deputy Scientific Director of the Nuclear Energy Division (DEN) at...

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  • Michèle Villard

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