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Dr. Tatjana Jevremovic

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Meeting number (access code): 2393 869 8772

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The Department of Engineering Physics is holding Seminar Series, where we have invited various speakers from alumni, current students, or external industry.


Dr. Tatjana Jevremovic, Team Leader for Water Cooled Reactor Technology Development at Department of Nuclear Energy International Atomic Energy Agency.

The Current Status, Advantages and Challenges of Nuclear Energy.


The Seminar aims to highlight the global view on the world’s nuclear energy advantages and challenges and current status addressing contributions to ambitious decarbonization objectives and its role in the transition towards sustainable and resilient low-carbon energy systems. A brief overview of the IAEA activities in that respect and how it engages its Member States especially during the pandemic times will be provided.  Dr. Jevremovic will also present on her career path and why nuclear engineering is her profession and why these topics are so important to her.


Dr. Jevremovic holds PhD from the University of Tokyo, Japan. Her extensive international and national experience in nuclear research and development, and management of complex projects associated with nuclear power and advanced technologies, research reactors and nuclear medicine she has developed working in Europe, Japan and USA. She has authored over 200 journal and conference papers and as a former Endowed Chair university professor in USA she has graduated over 40 students. She has authored the well-known AGENT code. While at the IAEA she has launched many new initiatives, published flagship IAEA documents and advanced the training and education courses and workshops.

Currently, Dr. Jevremovic is a Team Leader for Water Cooled Reactor Technology Development. She also serves as a Chair of the Technical Selection Committee of the newly launched IAEA Marie Curie-Sklodowska Fellowship Programme aimed at encouraging women to continue their education in Master Degree nuclear related programmes.