Once a month during term-time the CNE hosts hour-long Seminars that are open to students and academics across the College and beyond. With presentations from senior external figures in academia, industry and government, the Seminar Series aims to keep the CNE at the forefront of global nuclear research and initiatives and cement its position as a focal point of the UK nuclear community.

A schedule for 2018 can be found below. Please check back often for updates.

2018 CNE Seminar Series Schedule
SpeakerTitleDate, time and location
Prof Richard Wakeford, University of Manchester - Professor in Epidemiology at The University of Manchester The Windscale Reactor Fire of 1957 and its Consequences Wednesday 31 January, 15:00, G20, , Royal School of Mines
Dr Shutaro Takeda, Incoming Assistant Professor at Kyoto University, Japan Let's Talk about Fukushima: A Chronology of Japanese Nuclear Research Wednesday 28 March 2018, 15:00, G20, Royal School of Mines
Mr William White, Imperial College London - Third-year PhD student and qualified Power Engineer (Nearly) Everything You Need to Know about how Electricity gets from the Power Station to your Home Wednesday 4 April 2018, 15:00, G05, Royal School of Mines
Dr Sam Humphry-Baker, Imperial College London - Research Fellow in Advanced Metal-Ceramic Composites for Fusion Reactors Materials for Modular Fusion Power Reactors Wednesday 25 April 2018, 16:00, G20, Royal School of Mines
Mr Colin Tucker, EdF Energy Head of Nuclear Safety, Sizewell B Nuclear Power Station Sizewell 'B': Nuclear Safety? Wednesday 23 May 2018, 15:00, G20, Royal School of Mines
Dr Neil Irvine,  University of Manchester - NNUMAN Programme Manager The NNUMAN Story Wednesday 13 June 2018, 15:00, G20, Royal School of Mines
Dr Gonzalo Jimenez, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) - Assistant Professor in Department of Energy Engineering Past, Present and Future Trends in Nuclear Containment Analysis Monday 30 July 2018, 14:30, G20, Royal School of Mines
Mr John Lindberg FRSA, Policy Advisor (Nuclear), Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Fruitflies, Mushrooms and Wormwood: Historical Narratives of Radiation and its Relevance for Nuclear Today Wednesday 22nd August, 15:00, G20, Royal School of Mines
For further information please contact j.tate@imperial.ac.uk
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