Professor Sergio Lozano-Perez from the University of Oxford has been awarded the first Framatome Excellence in Reactor Science award in recognition of his significant contributions to nuclear science and research. Minister Counsellor François Revardeaux joined Framatome executives in presenting the award during a ceremony at the French Embassy in London. Find out more about #carbonneutrality […]
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Several members of the South West Nuclear Hub have been awarded significant funding for four National Nuclear User Facility bids covering robotics, microscopy, radiochemistry and materials research. The National Nuclear User Facility (NNUF) was launched when HM Government’s announced its Nuclear Industrial Strategy in 2013. The aim of the NNUF is to provide the UK […]
This school is the 56th in the series organized at the Culham Science Centre in Oxfordshire, a leading site for research in plasma physics and controlled nuclear fusion carried out under the auspices of EUROfusion and the UK Atomic Energy Authority.
The summer school consists of lectures, problem classes, a poster session, and laboratory visits. The first few days provide an introduction to the basic principles of plasma physics through lectures and problem solving sessions. Thereafter, the course covers fusion plasmas, solar, space and astrophysical plasmas, laser plasmas, industrial applications, and data analysis.
Students must be over 18 to attend the summer school and generally will be in their final year of undergraduate or first year of post graduate study.
More information and register
Further information, including the programme, accommodation, travel and application method is available on the course website.Course website
- Summer school fee - £440
- Accommodation at Oxford University - £510 Extra nights are available in the William R Miller accommodation: charged at £35 per person per night
EU based students may be able to claim travel and accommodation funding for this summer school from FuseNet. Registration before the summer school is required. Visit http://www.fusenet.eu/funds for more details.
GW4 DOCTORAL STUDENT TRAINING SCHEME – OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS – DEADLINE FRIDAY 1 FEBRUARY The purpose of this award is to fund new student-led discipline-specific research training for postgraduate research students studying at GW4 universities. This scheme is NOW OPEN for applications. Call Name: Doctoral Student Training Scheme Call Deadline: 11:59pm 1st February 2019 Applications to be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org Download: Application […]
Research Outputs The South West Nuclear Hub brings together a network of multi-disciplinary academics spanning numerous universities and departments. Here are some of the latest research papers published by this community. University of Bristol Research Publications Find all research outputs from the University of Bristol here: https://research-information.bristol.ac.uk/en/ Researchers have successfully tested a remotely-operated underwater vehicle […]
Grants and Awards Alan Turing Institute Fellows Professor Awais Rashid, Professor of Cyber Security, has been named as one of 30 University of Bristol academics to become an Alan Turing Institute Fellow. Research Outputs The South West Nuclear Hub brings together a network of multi-disciplinary academics spanning numerous universities and departments. Here are some of the latest […]
Grants and Awards Dr Valeska Ting appointed to EPSRC’s Energy Strategic Advisory Committee Congratulations to Dr Valeska Ting of the Cabot Institute Low Carbon Energy research theme. She has been appointed to EPSRC’s Energy Strategic Advisory Committee which provides strategic advice to help develop the Cross-Research Council Energy Program. The program invests more than £625 […]
The annual Postdocs in Nuclear Energy meeting (PiNE) will be hosted by the University of Oxford in 2018. PiNE offers the opportunity for post-doctoral or equivalent level researchers to get together in an informal environment, share their work and learn what else is going on in the nuclear research community. A range of speakers from the nuclear energy sector will give presentations and will be on hand to offer career advice and insights into the future of nuclear energy research in the UK.
The registration fee will include lunch and a formal evening meal and poster session at St Edmunds Hall in Oxford and delegates are given the opportunity to attend a tour of the Joint European Torus (JET) and the recently established Materials Research Facility (MRF) located at the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy.
Event poster: PiNE20182.pdf
There are two registration options:
Option 1: Registration for the conference includes lunch and refreshments for 6th/7th September and a conference dinner at St Edmunds Hall (evening of 6th September). Registration also includes an optional tour of the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy - £40
Option 2: Registration (as above) with one night accomodation (6th September) at St Edmunds Hall, Oxford- £65
**Registered participants are encouraged to submit a poster abstract, of which the most interesting will be promoted into an oral presentation**
Please e-mail abstracts to Anna Kareer
Bristol-Oxford Nuclear Research Centre
The NRC is a joint venture between the University of Bristol and the University of Oxford, creating a centre of national and international importance in Nuclear Research. Our purpose is to provide leading edge and innovative research to support the safe operation of current and future generation nuclear systems.
Read more here: https://southwestnuclearhub.ac.uk/nrc/