SAMOSAFER builds on the results of the SAMOFAR project

Bringing nuclear safety to the next level

SAMOSAFER aims to develop and demonstrate new safety barriers for more controlled behaviour of Molten Salt Reactors in severe accidents to ensure that the MSR can comply with all expected regulations in 30 years’ time.

About the project

Recent News

  • SAMOSAFER kicks off

    1st October 2019

    On 1 October the SAMOSAFER project will officially start. This means a new step forward into the development of the MSR in Europe.

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  • Consortium

    1st October 2019

    The SAMOSAFER consortium has been compiled with great care to assure the presence of all expertise needed for both Research and Development, as well as for the Education and Training, and Dissemination and Exploitation tasks.

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  • Our publications

    29th September 2019

    Are you interested in the results of our project? We will make publications available to the general public through the SAMOSAFER community on Zenodo.

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  • YouTube channel

    6th September 2019

    SAMOSAFER has its own YouTube channel. Through this channel we aim to show the contribution nuclear fission energy can make to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions like CO2 and to reduce the climate change resulting from this.

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Upcoming activities & events

  • 8th September 2019 - 9th October 2019

    Kick-off meeting, TU Delft, The Netherlands

    The SAMOSAFER kick-off meeting will be held on October 8-9, 2019 at TU Delft. The meeting is for consortium members only. 

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YouTube Channel

SAMOSAFER has its own YouTube channel.

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In this section you will be able
to view publications
of the SAMOSAFER project.

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Contact us

If you would like to know more about the SAMOSAFER project please feel free to contact us.