METIS is a Horizon 2020 project whose mission is to develop and improve tools and methodologies employed in seismic safety assessments of nuclear reactors and translate this research into practice for industry use. The project will also develop common guidelines to facilitate periodic safety reviews, promote good practices under the Nuclear Safety Directive and enable risk-informed decision-making, and as a result, directly contribute to the safety and competitiveness of the European nuclear industry.
The 3rd METIS plenary meeting took place from June 6th – 7th in Athens, Greece, hosted by partner NTUA. The first day of the meeting, the WP leaders presented their updates and milestones while the second day was dedicated to working meetings and technical focus sessions on site response analysis, aftershocks in PRA and METIS case study.
The METIS Summer School on Seismic Fragility, was held in Pavia in June 2022.
The METIS Summer School on Seismic Fragility, will be held in person at Athens (Greece) from 8th to 9th June 2022. It will be organised by the Institute of Steel Structures at the Zografou Campus of the National Technical University of Athens.