The ENS YGN is a vibrant network for young professionals in the nuclear field and comprises members up to the age of 35, but the maximum age of its members is also subject to the restrictions of each country. The ENS was founded in 1975 and has been promoting the advancement of nuclear science, research and engineering to its members, decision makers in politics and the public ever since.
Nowadays the society features members from 21 countries in Europe and Israel and another key factor to its success is the involvement of the 60 corporate members comprising key stakeholders in nuclear technology and research in Europe.
The biannual European Nuclear Young Generation Forum (ENYGF) takes place in different countries and cities and gathers European students and young nuclear professionals from all around the continent to develop new networks and help the next generation find their way in the nuclear community.
Find out who we are, what we do, where we come from, along with information about our member societies, and how we can support you to get your first steps into the nuclear industry.