Nuclear Technology Special Interest Group
Chemical engineers at the heart of nuclear processes

Events 2011

Date: 16 February 2011
Ends: 16 February 2011
Location: England
Description: Organised by IChemE's Nuclear Technology Subject Group - a wide-ranging event, covering nuclear space propulsion, the thorium fuel cycle and everything in between.
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Date: 20 June 2011
Ends: 23 June 2011
Location: England
Website: Website
Date: 07 July 2011
Ends: 07 July 2011
Location: England
Date: 07 July 2011
Ends: 07 July 2011
Location: England
Description: The Nuclear Technology Subject Group's second seminar on the role of chemical and process engineers in the treatment of radioactive waste and decommissioning of nuclear facilities.

Date: 27 September 2011
Ends: 29 September 2011
Location: Canada
Description: The CSNI Workshop on Safety Assessment of Fuel Cycle Facilities – Regulatory Approaches and Industry Perspectives will be held by the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency and hosted by Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) from 27-29 September 2011 in Toronto, Canada. The Workshop is planned for 3 days. This announcement is to inform you of this event and call for papers to be submitted for presentation at the workshop.
Website: Workshop link
Date: 07 November 2011
Ends: 07 November 2011
Location: England
Description: Nuclear power is firmly on the agenda for the UK energy mix.

With third generation reactors approaching, this one day event organised by IChemE’s Nuclear Technology Subject Group, will discuss the social, political and environmental challenges of nuclear new build. As well as a forum for knowledge sharing and networking among various stakeholders, this event will provide a platform for the next generation of nuclear engineers to engage with the industry and show off their potential.
Date: 23 November 2011
Location: England
Description: The East Japan earthquake initiated the world's second worst nuclear accident, with global ramifications for nuclear power. Presenters will describe the earthquakes direct effects, the accident at the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant, and lessons for engineers and emergency planners.

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