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Technologies for Fusion Energy
Organised By IoP Nuclear Industry Group and the South West Nuclear Hub
Tags #Environment-and-energy #Materials-for-energy #Nuclear-fusion #Nuclear-power #Nuclear-physics #UKAEA #Bristol
October 29, 2019
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  Introduction: The Global Fusion Challenge – Alexandra Davies, UKAEA Gain an understanding of the UK fusion programme in the context of the global push for fusion energy
  Talk 1: Designing Materials that Withstand Fusion – Jason Hess, UKAEA The materials that a fusion power plant will be composed of have very interesting requirements
  Talk 2: Maintaining the Reactor: Robotics and Remote Handling – Iain Farquhar, UKAEA After an operational history of over twenty years carrying out remote maintenance of JET, the UKAEA is facing a series of challenges to maintain its current capabilities, as well as multiple opportunities to share its unrivalled expertise with both domestic and international partners
  Talk 3: Technologies for Tritium – Zoltán Köllő, UKAEA Tritium handling in a fusion power plant poses significant challenges
University of Bristol
Queen's Building
University Walk
Link: Technologies for Fusion Energy

Instrumentation for World Leading Science
Organised By IOP Instrument Science and Technology Group
Tags #IOPGroupEvents #InstrumentScienceAndTechGroup
March 15, 2019
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A workshop organised by: Instrument Science and Technology Group (Institute of Physics-IOP), United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA), Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) and Oxford University (Physics Department)
This meeting is a step into presenting the most advanced instrumentation and technologies developed at three large research and education science centres and facilities in the Oxfordshire area: UKAEA, STFC and Oxford University under the umbrella of Instrument Science and Technology Group of Institute of Physics A day dedicated to graduates, early career scientists, and anyone wanting to know more about instrumentation for world leading science, from state-of-the-art particle accelerators to extreme robotics, from nuclear fusion to ancient scrolls
Culham Science Centre
Building K1
United Kingdom
OX14 3DB
Link: Instrumentation for World Leading Science