International Co-operation: Past, Present and Future
The Multinational Design Evaluation Programme (MDEP) is a unique multinational initiative leveraging the resources and knowledge of national regulators to review new nuclear reactor designs. The programme is widely recognised as an effective framework for regulatory co-operation and harmonisation. In 2022 MDEP transferred to a new, simplified organisational structure to focus on its remaining designs.
At this important juncture, MDEP is organising its 5th MDEP conference in Antalya, Türkiye, to discuss the future of international regulatory co-operation for current and new reactor designs and technologies. The event will provide a forum for sharing the lessons learnt from the programme, for exchanging views on current challenges, and discussing MDEP's future focus by identifying the needs and expectations of the framework from regulatory bodies as well as from nuclear industry.
The two-day conference will include sessions on:
The Conference was held on Monday, 24 April and Tuesday, 25 April 2023 from 9:00 pm to 6:00 pm in Antalya, Türkiye.
5th MDEP Conference 2023 Programme
The 5th MDEP Conference was livestreamed and is available for replay.
All presentations and discussions were held in English and will be made available shortly.
All participants are required to complete a consent form, by which we request your authorisation to use photographs taken of you as well as, if applicable, your statements, recordings or presentations. The NEA may publish and use these photographs and any other contribution you agree to on multimedia materials (which include webpages, brochures, articles, etc.) such as the MDEP website www.oecd-nea.org/mdep, its publications, as well as on its social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn). There are no commercial purposes associated with these ventures.
Please download the consent form and send it to the MDEP Technical Secretariat.
For additional information, contact the MDEP Technical Secretariat.
Last reviewed: 15 May 2023