Work has begun at Berkeley power station in Gloucestershire to remove radioactive waste products from the site as part of its decommissioning programme. To try and reduce the time and cost of this operation, a team of physicists and chemists from the University of Bristol hope to recycle material from the irradiated graphite to generate […]
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Monday October 15th 2018 (commencing 4pm) until Thursday October 18th 2018 (concluding at 4pm)
Registration opens April 1st 2018
Abstract submission deadline is 31st May 2018.
Full papers (for peer review) should be submitted before the conference.More info and register
“Achieving the Right Balance between Conservatism, Complexity and Confidence to Secure a Safe and Extended AGR Lifetime”
During the meeting there will be three ‘breakout’ sessions (precise titles to be confirmed):
Managing CONSERVATISM in modelling
Reducing the COMPLEXITY of arguments
Maximising CONFIDENCE in predictions
Castle Green Hotel, Kendal, Cumbria
This is a residential conference, and hotel room costs will be included in the registration fees which will be announced shortly. Delegates do NOT need to book their own accommodation, but any special requirements should be noted on the registration form. Accompanying persons are welcome.
The registration fee will also include an evening visit to The Lakeland Motor Museum followed by dinner at the Café Ambio at Holker Hall. All other meals will be taken at the Castle Green Hotel.
British Carbon Group
The British Carbon Group (joint with the IOP and SCI) is one of the RSC's many Interest Groups. The Interest Groups are member driven groups which exist to benefit RSC members, and the wider chemical science community, in line with the RSC's strategy and charter.
The Group promotes the science or technology of graphite and carbon materials. This includes diamond and fullerenes, composites, fibres, deposits and any other relevant carbon science topics in the UK. By providing a forum for scientific discussion we represent the interests of UK carbon scientists in relation to learned societies worldwide.