Nuclear engineering for safety, control and security
29 - 30 March 2017 | Aztec Hotel & Spa, Bristol, UK
The challenges in Nuclear Engineering are many. From new build controversies and delays to managing old legacy equipment by introducing modern technologies.
This two-day conference concentrates on the techniques and methods used to ensure safety and security whatever the facility.
The conference will benefit engineers, managers and safety specialists as well as students and those wanting to move into the Nuclear industry.
The conference offers a day of presentations as well as workshops for more in-depth discussions on a pertinent subject, ensuring you will take away plenty to put into practice back at work.
"Great conference - well attended, good balance of topics and support from Licensees, Vendors, Consultants and Regulators. Keep it up!"
"Well run event which I found very informative and very much enjoyed."
"An event well worth attending."
"Well paced and good balance of topics. Good mix of attendees at a range of levels within related industries and businesses."
Who should attend?
- Control & Instrumentation, design and systems engineers
- Safety assessors, safety case authors, managers and engineers
- Site and operations managers
- Researchers and those interested in moving into the nuclear industry
Sponsors / exhibitors
Seminar member - £350
Seminar non-member - £440
Workshop member - £135
Workshop non-member - £175