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educator , nuclear engineer

Dominique Greneche, French nuclear engineer, educator. Member of American Nuclear Society, French Nuclear Society.

Background

Greneche, Dominique was born on September 17, 1946 in Pont Audemer, France. Son of Michel Greneche and Louise Lenoir.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University Paris, 1973.

Career

Research engineer Atomic Energy Commission, Cadarache, France, 1973—1977. Representative General Atomic Company, San Diego, 1977—1979. Head core and component studies nuclear facilities Saclay, Paris, 1979—1988.

Head nuclear waste safety department French Nuclear Safety Institute, 1988—1995. Councellor nuclear affairs French High Commissioner Atomic Energy, 1995—1998. Assistant director international science affairs AREVA, 1998—2006.

Professor nuclear engineering French Engineering Schools, Paris, 1980—2006. International expert International Atomic Energy Agency, 1998—2006, National Education Association, 1998—2006, other international organizations, 1998—2006. Lieutenant French Military, 1971-1972.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals and books.

Membership

Member of American Nuclear Society, French Nuclear Society.

Connections

Married Marie France Picard, April 8, 1972. Children: Nathalie, Sylvie, Evelyne, Christine.

father:
Michel Greneche

mother:
Louise Lenoir

spouse:
Marie France Picard

children:
Nathalie Greneche

Sylvie Greneche

Evelyne Greneche

Christine Greneche