Co-hosted by the Nuclear Institute & the UK Atomic Energy Authority, this two-day conference will feature leading speakers from industry & a
Speakers from the fusion research programme, industry and academia will bring you up to date with the latest progress in the biggest technical challenges - heating a gas of fuels to 150 million degrees C; exhausting immense heat loads, devising neutron resistant structural materials and making the whole thing remotely maintainable.
This conference includes an exclusive opportunity to take a technical tour of JET and the UKAEAs new robotics and materials research facilities.
Don’t miss the chance to learn about the future of energy production. Click our website event link below to read further details and book your place now.
The programme will cover three key areas with a half-day session dedicated to each:
THE LANDSCAPE FOR FUSION POWER: Addressing the necessity of political and public acceptance, the importance of economic and social considerations and opportunities in technology development and R&D.
CONNECTING FISSION AND FUSION TECHNOLOGIES: Technology and knowledge transfer from fission to aid the realisation of fusion power plants.
FUSION SPECIFIC TECHNOLOGIES: Technology and engineering challenges unique to a fusion power plant
In the afternoon of Day Two a free technical tour of JET and the new Materials Research Facility is being offered to the first fifty delegates that request a tour.
Confirmed Participants: Professor Ian Chapman, Chief Executive Officer UK Atomic Energy Authority Tom Greatrex, Chief Executive NIA
Dr Paul Howarth, Managing Director NNL
Greg Willetts, Vice President Consultancy & Defence, AMEC Foster Wheeler Margaret
Margaret Graham, ITER Organization
Professor Damian Hampshire, Durham University
Venue: Wolfson College, University of Oxford, Linton Rd, Oxford, OX2 6UD
Pricing starting at £50: GBP 50
VenueWolfson College, University of Oxford
AddressLinton Rd, Oxford, Oxfordshire,
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