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

  • Presentations & Book of Abstracts, YMSR conference

    7th June 2022

    Are you interested in the work presented by young researchers during the SAMOSAFER Young MSR Conference, held on 6-8 June 2022? Check out the Young MSR Book of Abstracts and Presentations.

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  • Webinars and Modules of MSR school on YouTube

    30th May 2022

    Webinars and modules of the SAMOSAFER School on Molten Salt Reactor, held from Sept - Dec 2021, are now available on our YouTube channel.

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  • Student mobility

    8th April 2021

    Would you like to do an internship and spend a period in another institution to improve your knowledge, skills and competences in a specific research area connected to Molten Salt Reactor?
    The SAMOSAFER project launches a mobility scheme for BSc/MSc students, PhD students and young professionals by providing allowances for subsistence and travel costs.

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  • SAMOSAFER School on Molten Salt Reactor

    27th May 2021

    From September - December 2021, SAMOSAFER is organising an MSR School that will teach you all about the main areas of active research in MSR technology.

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YouTube Channel

SAMOSAFER has its own YouTube channel.

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