Belgrade, 16 March, 2021 – The Director of Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM), Sladjan Velinov participated in the introductory session of the European Transportation Security Series (ERTSS) for nuclear and other radioactive material, which is jointly organized and hosted by the National Commission for Nuclear Activities Control (CNCAN) and the United States Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration.
Директорат за радијациону и нуклеарну сигурност и безбедност Србије (СРБАТОМ) организовао је онлајн конференцију поводом 10 година од нуклеарног акцидента у Фукушими под називом „Нуклеарна сигурност данас: Фукушима – 10 година после“.
Belgrade, 11 March 2021. – Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security (SRBATOM) organized an online conference on 10 years since the nuclear accident in Fukushima under the name: Sustain Nuclear Safety: Fukushima – 10 Years After.
On 11 March 2021, starting at 10 am, Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM) organizes an online conference commemorating 10 years since Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident under the title ‘Nuclear Safety Today: Fukuhima – 10 years later’.
His Excellency, Mr Takahiko Katsumata, the Ambassador of Japan to Serbia, and Mr Sladjan Velinov, SRBATOM’s Director will open the conference.
For the past year, 127 Member States have received the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) assistance through the project of interregional technical cooperation, which was approved by the Board of Governors at the meeting held in November 2019 гand which is a part of Technical Cooperation Programme for 2020-2021 cycle. In addition to the assistance in the equipment and material, the IAEA supported the states by providing numerous webinars and educational video material in Arabic, French, English, Spanish and Russian language, laboratory support, technical guidance and expert services.
SRBATOM Wants to Contribute to Planet Preservation for Future Generations Project “Zelena Srbija” (“Green Serbia”) realized in five places in Serbia
Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM) is carrying out the campaign “Zelena Srbija” in December that entails tree planting in 10 cities/municipalities in Serbia.
So far, a number of different types of trees have been planted in five places in Serbia: Apatin, Sombor, Cacak, Sabac and Beocin.
SRBATOM donates equipment worth 85,000 euros to Scientific Veterinary Institute ‘Novi Sad’ for rapid corona virus detection
Novi Sad, 13 November 2020 – Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM) donated the equipment and material for rapid COVID-19 detection to the Scientific Veterinary Institute ‘Novi Sad’.
On behalf of the Republic of Serbia, SRBATOM as state authority requested form the International Atomic Energy Agency assistance in equipping a PCR testing laboratory, which was accepted in the light of COVID-19 suppression. The delivery of the equipment, worth approximately 85,000 euros, took place today at the Scientific Veterinary Institute ‘Novi Sad’.
The Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Rafael Mariano Grossi, warned today that the global COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting key health services to diagnose and treat chronic conditions such as cancer and heart disease, potentially putting many lives at risk, particularly in unprepared and underequipped low-income countries.
Speaking at a panel discussion at the World Health Summit in Berlin, Director General Grossi said an IAEA survey on the impact of the pandemic on nuclear medicine services showed worrisome trends. “Diagnostic procedures fell on average by more than half in the 72 countries surveyed,” he said.
Held virtually on Sept. 23 2020 at the sidelines of the 64th IAEA General Conference, the first ever IAEA meeting discussing the use of artificial intelligence (AI) for nuclear applications showcased the ways in which AI-based approaches in nuclear science can benefit human health, water resource management and nuclear fusion research. Open to the public, the event launched a global dialogue on the potential of AI for nuclear science and the related implications of its use, including ethics and transparency.
AI refers to a collection of technologies that combine numerical data, process algorithms and continuously increasing computing power to develop systems capable of tracking complex problems in ways similar to human logic and reasoning. AI technologies can analyse large amounts of data to “learn” how to complete a particular task, a technique called machine learning.
The virtual meeting of National Liaison Officers with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for Europe region was held yesterday in Vienna.
In his introductory address, the Head of The IAEA Department of Technical Cooperation (TC) and Deputy Director General, Mr Dazhu Yang, introduced the new Director of Technical Cooperation Department for Europe (TCEU), Ms Eve-Külli Kala who was appointed on this position almost a month ago. By reminding on the pandemic aftermath that struck almost the entire modern world, powering beyond the health care systems capacities, Mr Yang underlined the importance of the efforts to focus nuclear science and technology towards sustainable development. He continued by pointing out that the IAEA supported 120 IAEA Member States in procuring COVID-19 testing kits, 23 of which were in the region of Europe.