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Nuclear Frontiers Conference

The University of Bristol will host the annual Nuclear Frontiers conference in January 2019, proudly sponsored by the South West Nuclear Hub, EDF Energy and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.

  • Date: Tuesday 15th January 2019
  • Time: 9am-4pm

Join scientists and engineers that are delivering research and development for decommissioning and waste management in the UK and abroad.

Our annual showcase for R&D is attended by a broad range of delegates, including senior figures within the UK civil nuclear industry. Learn about the mission, build contacts, collaborate on ideas, and challenge the status quo.

Topics covered include site remediation and decommissioning; characterisation, treatment, packaging, conditioning and disposal, waste management and storage; and land management.

Posters from doctoral and post-doctoral researchers are welcome.

Read about the 2018 Nuclear Frontiers conference here.

Download the Event poster.

Ticket Information

Register for free tickets on Eventbrite.

Conference Registration

Agenda

Download the conference agenda here:

Nuclear Frontiers 2018 - Agenda

Abstract and Poster Submissions

Please use the following form to submit an abstract Nuclear Frontiers Speaker Abstract template

Abstracts must be submitted by Friday 30th November for consideration to: Rebecca.ferris@edf-energy.com

Presenters will be notified by Friday 7 December.

If you are interested in presenting or have a poster to display, please contact Geoff.x.randall@sellafieldsites.com

Conference Sponsors

South West Nuclear Hub

EDF Energy

NDA

Venue Information

Travel

The conference venue is in an ideal city centre location. It is accessible by road, rail and air, with significant public transport available in Bristol.

Travel information

Accommodation

There are many hotels in close proximity to the University of Bristol, or near to the train station or airport.

Where to stay

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Its membership includes representatives from the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA)Radioactive Waste Management (RWM)Site Licence Companies, regulators and organisations with significant nuclear decommissioning liabilities.

 

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