Modelling in Nuclear Science and Engineering Seminar 2018
Following a successful and valuable first event last year, we have once again partnered with the International Society of Multiphysics to present the latest advances and learning in modelling in nuclear science and engineering.
“Advancing certainty to reduce risks and costs” Key topics will include Application of Modelling in Risk Analysis , Data Assimilation & Uncertainty and Validation & Verification.
Speaking this year will be leading experts from Office for Nuclear Regulation, Bangor University, Wood, Fraser-Nash Consultancy, EDF Energy, KTH Sweden, National Nuclear Laboratory, Imperial College London and University of Cambridge
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Essential for science and nuclear engineering professionals, modelling practitioners, academic researchers and suppliers seeking to enhance their awareness and knowledge of advancing modelling and simulation techniques. Connect with peers to share, debate current advancements and market solutions.
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New to 2018…Poster Presentation's
Delegates attending that want to inquire about presenting a poster should contact firstname.lastname@example.org with a 250-word abstract containing key objectives and conclusions.
Abstracts should contain the title of the presentation, names of authors and their affiliations including the full contact details of the corresponding author.
The organising committee particularly welcomes poster presentations relating to the recent advances in validation and verification subject area.
** please note poster presenters are eligible for a discount on their registration fee (£199.00 + VAT)
Ticket Prices (excluding VAT)
From 02 August the prices are
NI/MP members £250.00
NI Corporate Member £290.00
Group Bookings (4 or more) discounted ticket prices available
Contact email@example.com to discuss the group bookings and access to academic/student rates.
Continued Professional Development
This event can count towards your CPD obligation for your Science or Engineering council registrations or your NI membership through recording of the activity using reflective learning from the event. Discussing with a line manager, tutor or mentor to reflect on how the knowledge gained can be applied to their current place of work and/or future roles is encouraged. Discussing with a line manager, tutor or mentor to reflect on how the knowledge gained can be applied to their current place of work and/or future roles is encouraged.
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