National Research And Development Institute For Cryogenic And Isotopic Technologies

Research-Development Institutes

  • Institute of Atomic Physics, Bucharest-Magurele: EUROATOM, EFDA-JET, EFDA-ITER and F4E Programs;
  • National Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics – INFLPR, Bucharest-Magurele: EUROATOM, EFDA-JET programs;
  • “Horia Hulubei” National Institute for R&D in Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH), Bucharest-Magurele: behavior of materials and equipment in tritiated environment;
  • National Institute of Materials Physics – NIMP, Bucharest-Magurele: advanced materials for special applications; low temperature physics.
  • National Institute for Research and Development of Isotopic and Molecular Technologies, Cluj Napoca: advanced materials and investigation of stable isotopes;
  • National Institute for Research and Development in Electrical Engineering ICPE-CA, Bucharest: vacuum technique; new materials with carbon and zeolite structures, hydrogen energy.
  • Technologies for Nuclear Energy State Owned Company – Institute for Nuclear Research, Pitesti: analyzing behavior of materials in corrosive environment; radioactive waste management;
  • National Institute for Research and Development for Technical Physics, Iasi: study of advanced materials and their applications to isotope separation and hydrogen storage;
  • (“Ilie Murgulescu”) Institute of Physical Chemistry, Bucharest: physical and structural characterization of materials
  • National Institute for Marine Research (and Development “Grigore Antipa”), Constanta: radioprotection of the environment;

Higher Education Institutions

  • University of Bucharest – Faculty of Chemistry and Faculty of Physics: synthesis and investigation techniques for porous-structured materials
  • University “Politehnica” of Bucharest – Faculty of Power Engineering: processes and equipment in nuclear energy, hydrogen and associated energy.
  • University of Craiova – Faculty of Electrical Engineering: materials science and engineering; cryogenic applications in electrical engineering;
  • University of Pitesti – Faculty of Science: study of materials – thermodynamic and corrosion of materials; physical and structural characterization of materials;
  • Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest – Faculty of Building Services Engineering: thermodynamics, heat transfer and thermal engineering; environment protection
  • Transylvania University of Brasov: hydrogen and associated energy.
  • Tehnical University of Cluj-Napoca: renewable energy sources;
  • Babeş Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca: biomedical and nanostructured systems
  • “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu: complex analytical investigations on environment and food security.

Industry Units

  • NUCLEARELECTRICA SA National Company
  • NPP – PROD – Unit 1 and Unit 2 Cernavoda
  • Romanian Authority for Nuclear Activities – ROMAG Dr. Tr. Severin (Regia Autonomă de Activități Nucleare ROMAG Dr. Tr. Severin)
  • Technologies for Nuclear Energy State Owned Company – SITON Bucharest-Magurele
  • Nuclear Fuel Plant, Pitesti-Mioveni
  • National Society of Mineral Waters (Societatea Națională a Apelor Minerale)
  • SC MECROSYSTEM Bucharest;
  • SC OLTCHIM SA Rm. Valcea;
  • SC Govora S.A;
  • SC METINSTAL Rm. Valcea;
  • SC STEMA GRUP Rm. Valcea
  • KIT Karlsruhe Germany, The Tritium Laboratory, Germany: determining performance of catalysts for hydrogen-water isotopic exchange; heavy water detritiation systems;
  • Messer Griesheim GmbH, Austria: production of pure gases and gas mixtures;
  • Belgian Nuclear Research Centre, Mol, Belgium: hydrogen-water catalytic isotopic exchange; endurance tests for Pt/C/PTFE catalyst; decontamination of liquid and solid waste; mathematical modeling.
  • Centre for Materials Research and Engineering, Toulouse, France:study of materials and their processing;
  • Institute for Transuranium Elements in Karlsruhe, Germany: methods and techniques of measuring radioactivity in the environment;
  • International Institute of Refrigeration, France: cryogenic processes and equipment;
  • Nuclear Research Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia: simulation of hydrogen isotopes separation processes; packing and catalysts for hydrogen isotopes separation; tritium storage equipment;
  • “Jožef Stefan” Institute in Ljubljana, Slovenia: LSC methods for determining H-3 and C-14 in environmental samples;
  • University of Antwerp (U.I.A.), Belgium: production and research of new environmental materials; gas separation and purification methods;
  • Linde Kryotechnik AG, Switzerland: cryogenic equipment;
  • Max Planck Institute, Gottingen, Germany: study of gas-solid interactions;
  • Atomic Energy Commission – CEA, France: EFDA/JET and EFDA/ITER fuel cycle
  • Oxford Scientific Instruments, England: systems for structural analysis of metal surfaces;
  • Chemical Research Center of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences: methods of IR analysis, determination of organic compounds;
  • Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements, EC-JRC Geel, Belgium: instrumental methods for isotope analysis;
  • Kinectrics International Inc. Toronto, Canada:design and manufacture of nuclear power equipment;

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