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Partnerships | EDF France

It combines the best scientific knowledge on the ageing of power plant materials and components, and represents two thirds of the world's nuclear power plants. It is also a training centre, conducting annual courses for more than 250 engineers who work in power plants .

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Abderrahim al Mazouzi, senior researcher, Material Science, material ageing - EDF Research & Development

A Senior Researcher since 2009, Abderrahim Al Mazouzi contributes actively on the understanding of material ageing in nuclear environments... But our most outstanding reward will be to see our results in operation across the world, not only to improve safety in existing nuclear power plants, but also to invent the nuclear materials of the future.

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Georges Hébrail, senior researcher, Decision-making IT systems, data science, big data, statistics - EDF Research & Development

Discover the career path of Abderrahim al Mazouzi, working on material ageing in nuclear environments. Accordingly, we produce usage case studies and proofs of concept focused on electricity generation (monitoring large-scale power plants via sensors), on distribution (processing of metering data, smart grids...) ,on supply (new offers, CRM...) ,and upstream / downstream optimisation.

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Our News | EDF Cyclife

"This project- Alfonso Maria Esposito, Head of Decommissioning of the Garigliano plant, declared- is part of Sogin's circular economy strategy, which is based on the minimization of radioactive waste and on the separation of metallic materials and concrete for their reuse and recycling. This strategy- Alfonso Maria Esposito continued- will allow Sogin to recycle 96 % of the approximately 270 000 tons of materials which will be produced as a whole by the dismantling of the Garigliano plant".

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The great Sulzer-BBC machine (1901) | Musée Electropolis

It perfectly illustrates the technological transition phase between steam use, the main energy source at beginning of the industrial age, and electricity, corresponding to the second industrial period... Transferring" the Great machine" from the DMC plant to the brand new museum building required complex logistics and the expertise of specialists.

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