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Filip Tuomisto vice president of ENEN

Professor Filip Tuomisto has been elected Vice President of the European Nuclear Education Network Association (ENEN).

Filip Tuomisto is Professor in Nuclear Engineering at the Department of Applied Physics at the School of Science. The duration of the mandate is one year, with 3 possible re-elections as Vice President or President. Prof. Tuomisto has served on the ENEN Board of Governors since 2014.

ENEN is a non-profit international organization established in 2003 under the French Law of 1901. The mission of ENEN is the preservation and the further development of expertise in the nuclear fields by higher education and training through co-operation between universities, research organisations, regulatory bodies, the industry and other organisations involved in the application of nuclear science and ionizing radiation.

Further information: http://www.enen-assoc.org

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