Welcome to ENYGF2013 in Stockholm!
In June 2013, Stockholm and Sweden will host the International Eurpean Nuclear Young Generation Forum (ENYGF) where up to 400 young nuclear professionals from different parts of Europe and the world will be brought together.
Take your chance to become part of this technical conference, take advantage of the latest news in the industry and establish new valuable contacts for the future!
Remember, although this is called a young generation forum - you don't have to be young and you don't need to be a member of a national young generation network to participate in the conference!
We look forward to seeing you in Stockholm!
The Executive Committee
New deadline for registration – June 2nd!
Due to the high interest in ENYGF2013 is the last date for registration postponed until June 2nd. We are well over 200 participants so far and new registrations are continuing to tick in. Make sure to get your spot as well!
Keep up to date with the latest news about ENYGF 2013 on our newspage. You will get the most recent information about the conference on this page.
Book your accommodation now!
If you haven't booked accomodation in Stockholm for the ENYGF 2013 conference we strongly advise you to do so as soon as possible. Go to http://www.enygf2013.com/index.php/practical-information/accommodation for information on recommended accomodation and how to make a reservation.
Hotel rooms are no longer pre-booked for ENYGF participants but you can try to contact the hotels to make a reservation anyway. They might still have available rooms.
ENYGF 2013 Partners
ENYGF 2013 is proud to announce a sponsor partnership with Vattenfall and Westinghouse. Take the opportunity to learn more about our partners. More information is presented on the sponsor page.
Paper Submission Closed
Paper submission is now closed for ENYGF 2013. We would like to extend a thank you to all of you that want to contribute to the conference. The ENYGF 2013 Excutive Committee wish you good luck in the paper selection process.
The Young Generation Network (YGN) was founded in Sweden in 1994 at the initiative of Jan Runermark, former president of ABB Atom. Important aims of the network included and still include developing personal and professional networks, contributing to knowledge transfer between generations and attracting young people to the industry.