On June 15th, 2013 a Board of Directors Meeting was held in Stockholm, Sweden during the European Nuclear Young Generation Forum 2013. Country delegates from across the globe held presentations on the current status of the nuclear industry and YGN activities in their countries, and we’ve made them all available for download here.
As a result of more than 50 years of development, fusion research reached a level where power plant scale fusion reactors are planned to be built, which raised the need for closer collaboration with other fields of nuclear technology. At this point the Hungarian EURATOM Fusion Association decided to establish the Fusion Expert Group within the Hungarian Nuclear Society. This way fusion became officially represented in the nuclear field.