Hervé had a long career at CEA, holding executive positions in defense and civil nuclear fields in several CEA centers. He was CEA's Deputy Managing Director from 2008 to 2015.
Said is former Head of the Euratom Coordination Unit of the Joint Research Centre. He was in charge of coordinating the JRC nuclear activities in the field of nuclear safety, safeguards and security, including CBRN activities.
Roger spent more than 40 years at EDF. Roger was notably the Technical Director of EDF Engineering Unit CNEPE (Conventional Island and BOP), Executive Delegate for International Affairs (EDF Nuclear Generation) and Executive Delegate New Reactors (SMR and Gen4) for EDF's R&D Division. He has been Executive Manager at Daya Bay and Ling’Ao Projects in China and had a five year assignment on the Taishan EPR project in China as Deputy General Manager.
Melissa Dubinsky is a consultant expert in the areas of new nuclear program siting and site characterization, as well as environmental impact assessments and license application development. With over 30 years of experience, she has been associated with major programs in the US, UK, UAE, and The Netherlands.
Slavica started her career at CEA center in Saclay, where she worked as a researcher, then lecturer in training reactor to evolve in training developer that coordinated several international agreements.
With the broad knowledge of energy sector, today she is in charge for several techno-economic studies in the nuclear field, safety studies, research reactor design review, and review of licensing documentation in the nuclear field.
Philippe Malouines is an International Expert in Codes and Regulations of nuclear pressure equipment. He has been Charman of RCC-M subcommittee in AFCEN, and Member of various ASME Committees, when working as Senior Expert for Framatome. He is Emeritus Professor for French Institute of Nuclear Sciences and Techniques.
As senior consultant for NucAdvisor, Nicolas is in charge of the management and implementation of strategic, technical and economic studies for the nuclear sector (financing, regulation, radioactive wastes…) for French and international stakeholders. Nicolas is also particularly active in the radionuclide production sector, for medical and industrial applications, as he regularly provides strategic support for public and industrial players in this field.
Riham holds a PhD in nuclear fuel cycle and radiation protection. She started her career at CEA Saclay then worked at the CNRS as a researcher. She is a confirmed specialist in the nuclear measurement of transuranic elements and data analysist in a national metrology framework. Today she is working mainly on studies in environmental monitoring, radiation protection, SMR and implementation of quality norms.
Bruno spent his whole career in the energy business in worldwide corporations (AREVA, EDF, ALSTOM, SCHLUMBERGER) and has more than 30 years of experience in business development. He was in charge of business development for export nuclear new build projects within AREVA then EDF from 2008 to 2022. He joined NUVIA in 2022 and is acting as a Managing Director of NucAdvisor since September 2022.
Alain was previously Vice-President at Framatome, in charge of Technologies. He was also Head of Nuclear Activities at the CEA R&D Saclay Center. Originally specializing in core physics, he was involved in the design of the French nuclear reactors (1,300 MWe and 1,450 MWe series) and was project director of the EPR. He has large experience in providing support to countries looking to develop a nuclear program and delivers training in nuclear engineering
Gérard has more than 30 years' experience in nuclear reactor thermal-hydraulics and safety. His last position was "Nuclear Counsellor" at the French Embassy, firstly in Budapest, then in Ankara. He is still called upon as an expert by the IAEA and the EC to review certain studies and projects.
Noel has a long career both at CEA and EDF as a Nuclear R&D manager and expert. His last position between 2015 and 2020 was Special Advisor for Nuclear R&D and International Issues at the EDF Engineering and New Nuclear Projects Division. He is also professor of Nuclear New Build at the engineering school Mines-ParisTech PSL.
Gianni was Scientific Director of IRSN (the French TSO), after a stint as Deputy Director of the Nuclear Safety Division. Previously, he used to manage the Core Physics teams at Framatome.
Kelly McGrath was previously an engineering Vice-President at Coastal, El Paso, and ENGIE, and has over 40-years energy experience in development, construction, operations and contracting, including negotiation of large scale nuclear (ATMEA1, AP1000, ITER Tokamak construction). He has rich experience in risk management and contract negotiation.
Senior consultant with a fifteen-year experience in the nuclear sector, for clients like EC, EDF, ORANO, ALSTOM, CEA, Naval Group and international players, in technical and managerial positions. In particular, she provides support in project management, technical coordination, audit and expertise in the decommissioning and waste management fields and physical protection.
Quentin started his career working in AREVA as a safety engineer for EPR projects initially in Paris and then in Finland as the responsible for the Safety Analysis Report and Safety Assessments. On behalf of the Finnish EPR Project Direction, he performed numerous transverse project management missions; this experience gave him broad understanding of the management of very large projects across all disciplines.
Since 2019, he works as a project manager for the construction of a Nuclear Research Center in Bolivia.
Adrien started his career as a physics teacher, training the younger generations in the scientific method and the fundamental concepts of physics. After teaching for 7 years, he obtained a master’s degree in nuclear science. Today, Adrien is particularly active in the sector of medical applications of ionizing radiation.