“Nuclear Power and the Environment”
Published since 2012 (Certificate of state registration of printed mass media КВ no. 18914-7704PR of 06.05.2012) and re-registered in 2018 with regard to the change of co-owners (Certificate of state registration of printed mass media КВ no. 23679-13519PR of 20.12.2018).
The Journal is included in the list of scientific professional editions of Ukraine in which the results of dissertation papers for obtaining scientific degrees of a doctor and a candidate of sciences (PhD) can be published (Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine no. 1643 of 28.12.2019)
Frequency: up to 4 times a year.
Languages: Ukrainian, English, Russian (mixed languages).
The Journal presents articles based on the results of theoretical and experimental researches, which are of interest to researchers, engineers, students, postgraduates and wide range of readers, who are interested in nuclear power and ecology problems of the environment.
The aims of publications in the Journal are:
- Familiarization of specialists in nuclear and radiation safety, technical staff of nuclear power plants and organizations working with radiation nuclear technologies with problems of nuclear power engineering and their solutions, with theoretical and experimental research of scientific, technical and technological issues related to the creation and operation of thermal and nuclear power plants, as well as their auxiliary systems and equipment.
- Presentation of the recent technical means for the environmental monitoring, means of control and radiation monitoring of the fuel-containing materials of the Shelter object.
- Awareness of the Ukrainian and international community of the results of studying and substantiating the degree of conformity of existing or projected environmental conditions to the task of preserving human health as well as environmental preservation and restorations.
Focus and Scope: general issues of nuclear power; safety of nuclear installations; management of spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste; decommissioning of nuclear installations; the Shelter object; ecological safety.
Moto of the Journal: Safe Nuclear Power – Safe Environment!