1590 CDI / 154 CDD
1,744 employees including numerous specialists, engineers, doctors, agronomists, veterinarians, technicians, experts and researchers, including 57 state doctors or persons authorized to direct research. IRSN also hosts the activities of 99 doctoral students and 17 post-doctoral students.
Gender Equality Index: overall score for the year 2022 of 89 points out of 100 (score details).
105 permanent recruitments in 2022.
38,052 hours of training provided to maintain the skills of the Institute's staff.
1590 CDI / 154 CDD
46.10% women / 53.90% men
60.60% non-executive women / 39.40% non-executive men
42.85% female executives / 57.15% male executives
52.3% of the IRSN budget dedicated to technical support and public interest missions (excluding the Feurs project)
489 opinions and technical reports to the Nuclear Safety Authority.
75 technical opinions to the Defense Nuclear Safety Authority
65 technical opinions to the Security Authority in charge of non-proliferation
39.3% of the IRSN budget devoted to research (excluding the Feurs project).
256 publications listed in the JCR (Journal Citation Reports) in 2022
372 scientific communications at conferences in 2022
25 theses defended
324 bilateral agreements in force with research or expertise organizations
44 countries concerned by these agreements
70 international projects underway
11 projects coordinated by IRSN
111 requests sent to IRSN by local information commissions
20 IRSN presentations to local information commissions
1,312 hours of external teaching (universities, engineering schools, INSTN, etc.)
767 hours of radiation protection training provided
536 hours of training in nuclear safety
42 French patents in force (10 co-owned)
69 patents in force abroad
30 software programs and databases registered with the Agence pour la protection des programmes (APP) - (7 of which are co-owned)
278 M€ revenue
285m of expenditure
22m investment in equipment.