Modelling in Nuclear Science and Engineering Seminar

Annual Nuclear Modelling conference

 

Coronavirus - Covid-19

Due to the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation, we have rescheduled this Seminar to take place on Wednesday 4th and Thursday 5th November 2020.

Subject to any special measures being in place at this time, we are assuming at least a limited physical attendance, and are therefore planning around this likelihood, along with an interactive webcast.  Should restrictions prevent physical attendance, then the Seminar will be delivered purely via an on-line platform.  For delegates who have already registered and paid for their place(s), please be assured that your registration and payment for this event will remain valid for the rescheduled dates event.  To keep up to date with the Nuclear Institute's updates on rescheduled event dates and future planned events, please follow us on Twitter and by visiting: www.nuclearinst.com/Events

 


Bangor University
Supported by Imperial College London and The International Society of Multiphysics
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about

Continuing our valuable and successful nuclear modelling events over recent years, the Nuclear Institute is delighted to announce this year’s seminar will be held at Bangor University, North Wales.

The University’s Nuclear Futures Institute is developing a world-leading capability in nuclear science and engineering, fostering industrial links and opportunities and works closely with the BWR Hub. The Nuclear Futures Institute is also a key partner in the EPSRC sponsored Centre for Doctoral Training in Nuclear Energy Futures.

This event is designed to further explore recent innovative developments in engineering simulation, and inspire the modelling communities in order to help reduce uncertainties associated with the analysis that in many cases support the plant design, its supporting safety case and operation.

Our 2020 event will see a mixture of invited prominent speakers from the nuclear community, where the latest advances and learning from modelling in nuclear science and engineering will be discussed; and we are seeking abstracts from designers, practitioners or researchers who wish to submit a presentation at this popular seminar.

We will also welcome those wishing to submit an abstract for a poster presentation.

The Seminar will also host an Evening Dinner on Thursday evening, 4th November serving a delicious 3-course meal with locally-sourced high-quality ingredients. We are finalising arrangements with a very special speaker for this dinner and will announce the details shortly.

  speaker profiles

Mark Salisbury - speaker profile

Event Poster

call for abstracts

Innovative approaches in advancing certainty to reduce risks and costs

Please note that the deadline for submissions has now passed, and we are no longer accepting submissions. 

Further information will be made available as the programme is finalised.

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location

                   Bangor Uni Main Arts

Bangor University, Neuadd Reichel / Reichel Hall, Ffriddoedd Road, Bangor, LL57 2TR

Accommodation

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Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

Queen Mary Univ

Bronze Sponsors

University of Salford

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  • Wed 04 Nov 2020
  • Wed 28 Oct 2020
  • Bangor University, Neuadd Reichel / Reichel Hall, Bangor