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ThUL School on School on Actinide Chemistry 2017

The ThUL school from Oct 16 to 20, 2017 on computational actinide chemistry was organized by the Institute of Nuclear Waste Management (IEK-6) at Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH (FZJ – Research Centre Jülich). The school covered the main topics related to atomistic modeling of actinide-bearing materials with the lecturing focusing on the combination of computational modeling and experimental techniques for characterization of nuclear waste materials. Besides the strictly, topic oriented lectures and practical exercises, the attendants had an opportunity to learn about the modern, large computational resources hosted by the research center, development of computational software, research performed at the Research Centre Jülich and in the Institute of Nuclear Waste Management in principle.

The school followed a decade long tradition of similar meetings. Previous schools were held in Lille (2006), Cadarache (2007), Karlsruhe (2012-15) and Dresden (2016).

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