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2019 Conference - Queens' College, Cambridge

2019 Conference 

ADVANCED ACCIDENT and RADIATION-TOLERANT MATERIALS

Two Day Conference - Queens' College, Cambridge

- 25th & 26th March 2019.

ADVANCED ACCIDENT AND RADIATION­TOLERANT MATERIALS

A two day conference, bringing together world experts in the nuclear materials field

The meeting topic for this conference is the deployment of advanced experimental, computational & modelling approaches to produce materials with superior neutronic, radiation and corrosion resistant properties, which will be deployed to increase grace periods following station blackout incidents. The approaches used will also naturally include advances in radiation-tolerant materials adapted to operate safely in increased burn-up or fast neutron situations.

Scientific sessions will be based around silicon carbide, FeCrAl, coated stainless steels, and advanced carbide systems such as MAX phases.

We are pleased to announce that the following leading experts have agreed to speak: 

Lance Snead – SUNY (New York)
Mike Finnis  - Imperial College (London)
Michel Barsoum – Drexel (Philadelphia)
Jingyang Wang - IMR (Shenyang)
Bill Lee - Imperial College (London).

BOOK NOW by following his link

For early bird rates and to receive further updates – email nuclearenergy@esc.cam.ac.uk

There is a small number of concessionary-rate places available on request (students) – please apply to nuclearenergy@esc.cam.ac.uk

Accommodation at Queens' College

A number of bedrooms is available to book at Queens' College. 
To book accommodation, please follow the link: 

https://www.queens.cam.ac.uk/conferences/conference/accommodation 

and enter promotional code: KX29872 for the availability of the bedrooms to appear. Then follow the simple instructions to book and pay