A total of 132 million EUR will support projects in the field of nuclear research and education.
The European Commission has recently published the Euratom Work Programme for 2023-2025. The general objective of the programme is to continue activities in the field of nuclear research and training with an emphasis on further improvement of nuclear safety, radioactive waste management and radiation protection.
Most of the programme will be implemented through co-funded partnerships for fusion research, nuclear materials and for radioactive waste management. Euratom will co-finance individual partnerships up to 55%. The rest of the programme, including nuclear safety, education and training, infrastructure and other cross-cutting components, will be supported by joint research and innovation projects and accompanying coordination and support actions.
You can now view the 11 calls for 2023 in detail on the Funding & Tenders portal. The calls open on April 4 and close on November 8.
To accompany the new work programme, the European Commission will hold a conference on April 4 focusing on small modular reactors, nuclear education and new challenges under the Euratom programme for 2023. You can watch the event online.
You can find more information on the website of the European Commission.