Bristol student awarded Waste Management Symposia scholarship

There was success for a University of Bristol PhD student at the recent Waste Management Symposia in Phoenix, Arizona.

Angus Siberry, from the School of Physics, was successful in receiving a Dr Roy G. Post Foundation Scholarship at the recent Waste Management Symposia in Phoenix, USA.

Angus was awarded this prestigious postgraduate scholarship alongside 13 other postgraduate students from the UK, USA and Finland. He follows in the footsteps of other University of Bristol students in winning this award, such as Dr Dean Connor in 2020.

Whilst at the symposia in Arizona, Angus presented a talk entitled: The role of Geometry on alpha-radiation modelling of Spent Nuclear Fuel / water interfaces.

Roy G Post Scholarship Award

Roy G. Post was the founding chief executive of the Waste Management Symposia. The Roy G. Post Foundation is a non-profit organisation formed by his students, peers and protégés to provide scholarships to students to develop careers in the safe management of nuclear materials and to participate in the Waste Management conference.


Main image credit: Angus Siberry

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