Nuclear engineering for safety, control and security
29 - 30 March 2017 | Aztec Hotel & Spa, Bristol, UK
This two-day conference which focused on the techniques and methods used to ensure safety and security whatever the facility was well attended and received.
Workshops on 'How to keep the attackers out of your Industrial Control System' and 'Development and justification of smart devices for nuclear safety class1' complemented the main seminar day.
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"Excellent event which helps to keep us informed and in contact with others facing similar challenges!"
"Thoroughly enjoyed the event and the presentations. Most of it was relevant to what I do."
"Good event with varied presentations on a range of issues relevant to C&I practitioners."
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