Applications to the master program in Nuclear Engineering beginning in autumn semester 2014 can still be submitted online from 1 March 2014 until Monday, 15 April 2014 (the first application window that started in November has been closed).
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Research in the framework of the joint Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering program, i.e. the semester project and later the Master’s thesis, will generally be carried out in one of the research laboratories of the Nuclear Energy and Safety (NES) Department at PSI, the ETH Domain’s research institute which is Switzerlabd's main player in nuclear (fission) energy related research and development.
There are six research laboratories in NES:
In most cases, the research topic will be directly related to one of the on-going NES research projects. As such, a senior NES scientist, under academic mentorship of the responsible professor from EPFL or ETH Zurich, will be identified for direct supervision of the Master’s research.
Alternatively, Master’s projects can be accomplished in the Laboratory of Nuclear Energy Systems at ETH Zurich, or in the Laboratory of Reactor Physics and Systems Behaviour at EPFL. The definition of the work plans for each Master’s project, as also its accomplishment, will be monitored by the responsible professor
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