All presentations made during the IGD-TP Exchange Forum n°6 are available.
In the framework of the IGD-TP activity to network, structure and develop Research, Development and Demonstration (RD&D) programmes and competences in countries with less advanced geological disposal programmes, the IGD-TP is organising a workshop on PLANning RD&D on geological DISposal of radioactive waste in Europe – RD&D PLANDIS which aims to communicate and demonstrate a guidance document to support RD&D Planning for geological radioactive waste disposal. RD&D PLANDIS will be held on 26 May and will be hosted by the Institute for Nuclear Research Piteşti in Romania.
It is expected that participants to this workshop would:
Audience The event will be of particular interest to decision makers, disposal programme owners and managers, Waste Management Organizations, Technical Support Organizations, representatives of civil society and experts knowledgeable in governance and involvement of civil society.
Registration and key dates There are no registration fees for attendance at this workshop. However, you do still need to register to book your place (subject to confirmation).
March 15, 2015 Registration opens - PLANDIS registration form
May 15, 2015 Registration closes
At request we can assist all participants with hotel reservation. Contact
A pre-booking was made in the Ramada Hotel especially for this event for the special rate of 65 euro/night/single room.
To benefit on this rate when individual reservation is made, please mention the Institute for Nuclear Research in your booking request.
PLANDIS is hosted by the Institute for Nuclear Research sited in Mioveni, Arges, Romania, a town located at 20 km North from Pitesti. The closest airport to Pitesti is Henri Coanda International Airport Otopeni –Bucharest.
Transfer to Pitesti from the airport
The Institute for Nuclear Research will made the necessary arrangements to ensure the transfer from the airport for all participants. However, due to the limited number of our cars, cooperation with the Ramada Hotel will be probably necessary.
Transfer provided by the institute is free of charge and will be preferentially offered to those arriving very late and to the participants in the Conference Nuclear 2015 on a first come, first serve basis.
If the institute transfer is fully booked, we can organize transfer provided by Ramada for those choosing to stay in this hotel is:
- 99 euro for a small car that can be shared by maximum 3 persons;
-149 euro for a mini-van that can be shared by maximum 10 persons.
Public transport is also available. The most convenient way is to combine taxi with train (a) or bus (b).
Travel by train:
The following sequence is advisable:
Travel by bus:
The following sequence is advisable:
For public transport options cash is necessary.
Transfer to the Institute
Transfer by bus will be provided to all participants by the Institute for Nuclear Research. Departure time is foreseen at 8:30 am in front of Muntenia hotel (in the city centre) and 8:35 am at Ramada Hotel.
Return to the airport
Transfer to the airport can be also provided by the institute on May 26th with a prior announcement of the departure time.
Please note that travel time from the Institute to the airport is around 2-2:30 h and you should be in the airport at least 1h before departure.
The Romanian currency is Leu (plural lei) with an average currency rate
1 euro = 4.42 lei
To get cash, it is preferable to use the ATM machine in the Arrivals terminals near the left exit door.
Do not use Exchange Offices in the airport since the exchange rate in unfavorable.
Do not withdraw large amount of money; 100 lei cash is more than enough since payment with card is possible at hotels, and in many restaurants and shops.
There are also 2 ATM machines at the Institute.
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