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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Present supply of nuclear experts in EU is insufficient to cover demand until 2020 and needs a boostVON ESTORFF Ulrik; SIMONOVSKA VERONIKAArticles in Journals
1999Proceedings of the Joint EC-IAEA Specialist Meeting "NDT Methods for Monitoring Degradation", 10-12 March 1999, Petten, The NetherlandsVON ESTORFF Ulrik; DAVIES L.m.Books
2012Putting into Perspective the Supply of and Demand for Nuclear Experts by 2020 within the EU-27 Nuclear Energy SectorSIMONOVSKA VERONIKA; VON ESTORFF UlrikEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Putting Our Heads TogetherVON ESTORFF Ulrik; BRUMOVSKY MilanArticles in Journals
2013Report on the nuclear human resources and education and training situation in the European enlargement and integration countriesBRAUNEGGER GUELICH Andrea; VON ESTORFF UlrikEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010The Role of Chemical Composition in WWER RPV Irradiation EmbrittlementKRYUKOV ALEXANDER; DEBARBERIS Luigi; VON ESTORFF Ulrik; GILLEMOT FerencArticles in Journals
2010The Role of Chemical Composition in WWER RPV Irradiation EmbrittlementKRYUKOV ALEXANDER; DEBARBERIS Luigi; VON ESTORFF Ulrik; GILLEMOT FerencArticles in Journals
2012The Role of Pressure Vessel Embrittlement in the Long Term Operation of Nuclear Power PlantsBALLESTEROS AVILA ANTONIO; AHLSTRAND Ralf; BRUYNOOGHE Christiane; VON ESTORFF Ulrik; DEBARBERIS LuigiArticles in Journals
1999The Role of the JRC from the European Commission in the European Structured Integrity Networks AMES, ENIQ and NESC:VON ESTORFF Ulrik; CRUTZEN Serge; FRIGOLA Pierre bernard; TOERROENEN Kari johannesArticles in Journals
2013The shortage of qualified EU nuclear personnelSIMONOVSKA Veronika; VON ESTORFF UlrikArticles in Journals
2011Some Insights into the Career Orientations and Expectations of Nuclear Engineering Students and Early-Career Professionals in the Nuclear SectorVON ESTORFF Ulrik; WAJSKOP Stephane; SIMONOVSKA VERONIKAContributions to Conferences
2013Some observations on the career orientations, mobility and expectations of professionals in the nuclear sectorVON ESTORFF Ulrik; EPSKAMP Kirsten; FERRARO GIANLUCA; SIMONOVSKA Veronika; THOMAS CallumEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Some Reflections on the Age of Experts in the Nuclear Energy SectorVON ESTORFF Ulrik; DEBARBERIS LuigiArticles in Journals
2014Strategic Energy Technology (SET) Plan Roadmap on Education and TrainingGEORGAKAKI Aliki; VON ESTORFF Ulrik; PETEVES EFSTATHIOSEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2014Supply of and Demand for Nuclear Experts in the EU BY 2020: EHRO-N Report (2012)SIMONOVSKA Veronika; VON ESTORFF UlrikArticles in Journals
2012SUPPLY OF AND DEMAND FOR NUCLEAR EXPERTS IN THE EU BY 2020: EHRO-N REPORT (2012)SIMONOVSKA VERONIKA; VON ESTORFF UlrikContributions to Conferences
2014TOP-DOWN WORKFORCE DEMAND EXTRAPOLATION BASED ON AN EC ENERGY ROADMAP SCENARIOROELOFS Ferry; VON ESTORFF UlrikContributions to Conferences
2013Top-down workforce demand extrapolation from nuclear energy scenariosROELOFS Ferry; VON ESTORFF UlrikEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Towards a new governance for Euratom research and training progammes in nuclear fission and radiation protectionVAN GOETHEM G.; VON ESTORFF UlrikContributions to Conferences
2012TOWARDS A NUCLEAR ECVET SYSTEMLACAL MOLINA MARIA; VON ESTORFF UlrikContributions to Conferences
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