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Nuclear South West Conference 2019

Nuclear South West Showcase 2019

This event is a unique chance to connect with existing opportunities in the UK nuclear sector, showcase your capabilities to potential customers and learn about the future direction of nuclear in the UK

There continues to be huge opportunities for UK and international companies that want to be part of the UK nuclear supply chain, many of which are located in the South West of England. This includes the UK’s first new build in a generation, Hinkley Point C, which is entering the MEH phase; 4 sites being decommissioned; submarine decommissioning, as well as the development of new technologies for small modular reactors.

With a theme of ‘Bringing Innovation to Nuclear’, this two-day showcase and conference highlights current and future opportunities in New Build, Decommissioning, Defence and new technologies, including SMRs.

Other highlights include the opportunity to network with senior industry representatives and engage in 1-2-1 meetings with companies across the different supply chains.

Registration

Registration is now open with various options for attendance at the constituent parts of the event. See the Eventbrite page for full details.

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Wednesday 2nd October – NSW Showcase

Please note: This will be hosted at the National College for Nuclear in Bridgwater.

  • Visit the UK’s only new build site at Hinkley Point C. Limited to a maximum of 100 people so please book early to avoid disappointment.
  • Technology demonstrations including Flow Loop, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Control Room.
  • Demonstrations by the South West Nuclear Hub, including robotics.
  • Company Demonstrations.

NSW Pre-conference dinner

Hosted at the nearby Marco Pierre White restaurant at the Mercure Bridgwater, allows the chance to network with like-minded attendees and engage with some of the conference speakers, in an informal and friendly atmosphere.

Thursday 3rd October - 'Bringing Innovation to Nuclear'Conference

Please note: This will be hosted at the McMillan Theatre in Bridgwater.

We have an exciting agenda with inspiring industry speakers and plenty of opportunities to network. Our current speakers include:

  • Tom Greatrex, CEO, Nuclear Industry Association
  • Alan Cumming, Nuclear Operations Director, NDA
  • Andy Storer, CEO, NAMRC and Nuclear Sector Deal
  • Beccy Pleasant, Head of Nuclear Skills Strategy Group
  • Richard Deakin, Head of Advanced Nuclear Technologies, BEIS
  • Professor Tom Scott, Director, South West Nuclear Hub
  • Nick Golding, Head of HPC Supply Chain Programme

And more speakers will be announced over the coming weeks!

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NNL SCITEC 2019

SciTec 2019 will take place on Tuesday 17th September 2019 at Millennium Point in Birmingham.

SciTec 2019 Agenda

  • 09:00 – 10:00 REGISTRATION AND NETWORKING
  • 10:00 - 10:45 OPENING PLENARY
  • 10:45 - 11:00 MORNING BREAK
  • 11:00 - 12:55 BREAKOUT SESSIONS : INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES / COLLABORATION & SUPPLY CHAIN
  • 13:00 - 13:45 LUNCH
  • 14:00 - 15:55 BREAKOUT SESSIONS: CULTURE & LEADERSHIP / INNOVATION & REGULATION
  • 16:00 - 16:45 CLOSING PLENARY
  • 16:45 - 18:00 DRINKS AND NETWORKING

Further information

Full details of the event can be found on the NNL SciTec website.

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Nuclear Innovation UK Conference: R&D for the Next Generation

The UK government is investing in an ambitious multi-year research and development programme to develop the next generation of nuclear technologies. The Nuclear Innovation Programme covers a host of technology areas which will provide real commercial opportunities to companies in the supply chain for nuclear and other high-value sectors.

Join the Nuclear AMRC, National Nuclear Laboratory and international industry experts in nuclear, digital manufacturing and R&D to discover the research so far, and learn more about the opportunities to come.

The two-day conference combines plenary sessions featuring key speakers, with a series of optional technical presentations covering all areas of the Nuclear Innovation Programme. We are also hosting a conference dinner on the evening of Tuesday 2nd July.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Dr Tim Stone, NIA chair
  • Dr Fiona Rayment, NIRO director
  • Professor Andrew Sherry, NNL chief scientist
  • Allan Cook, High Value Manufacturing Catapult chair

How to register

The conference includes an evening meal on Tuesday 2 July at Cutlers Hall. Places are limited and we advise that you book as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

Ticket prices:

  • Two day conference £125.00 + vat per person
  • Two day conference with dinner £175.00 + vat per person

We offer discounted tickets for academic researchers (employed by a university or other educational institution). To take advantage of this rate, please contact the events team at niuk@namrc.co.uk with proof of status.

Register

For the latest information, visit the Nuclear Innovation UK conference microsite.

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