Modelling in Nuclear Science and Engineering 2024

The 7th Modelling in Nuclear Science and Engineering Seminar aims to promote the development and applications of computational methods in nuclear sciences and engineering. This is to share good practices with the nuclear industry in developing numerical methods and computer simulations. The Seminar includes invited speakers, special technology leaders and presentations from the nuclear industry, national institutions and academia.

This Seminar will again extend over a day and a half with keynote speakers and presentations from industry, operators and academia on a range of topics supporting the nuclear sector and the wider supply chain including co-generation and alternative fuels.

Previous keynote speakers have come from the International Atomic Energy Agency, Great British Nuclear, University of Cambridge and National Nuclear Laboratory amongst many others. 

Register interest for 2024 seminar

Register your interest for this seminar, and we will get in touch when further details of the event are released.

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Abstract Submissions: Open now

Authors should consider the following themes in developing their abstract. The Organising Committee will also consider submissions for poster presentations. 

  • Developments supporting ANTs, AMRs, SMRs and propulsion.
  • Advances in materials modelling and fuel development.
  • AI, innovation and recent developments in reactor performance and safety modelling.
  • Reactor thermal hydraulics, fuel performance, neutronics, instabilities, criticality and shielding.
  • Uncertainty quantification, sensitivity analysis, data assimilation and digital twins.
  • Modelling techniques to optimise and support design and process developments.
  • Plant extension and end-of-life studies.
  • Fuel cycle facilities, decommissioning activities, waste management.
  • Multi-physics and multi-scale modelling.
  • Co-generation, energy systems, hydrogen generation.
  • Experimental techniques supporting modelling validation activities.

Submissions are open until Monday 16th September, but the Organising Committee will review and allocate presentations on an ongoing basis.  

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Align your organisation with this conference, which has built a reputation within the nuclear modelling community as a key event to share knowledge, connect and meet new collaborators.

With a substantial attendance from academia, including PhD students, this provides opportunities for recruitment of highly-skilled young people who are looking to join the nuclear industry.

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Full details of sponsorship packages will be made available here in due course. 


Organising Committee
  • Chair: Prof Ali Tehrani FNucI, Office for Nuclear Regulation
  • Prof Christopher Pain, Imperial College London
  • Prof Paul Smith, Jacobs
  • Dr Andrew Buchan, Queen Mary University London
  • Prof Panagiota Angeli, University College London
  • Dr Amir Nourian, University of Salford
  • Dr Tatiana Ivanova - Head of Division of Nuclear Science, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency
  • Dr Mark Bankhead, National Nuclear Laboratory