By Cameron Chai
Elsevier, a supplier of medical, technical and scientific information services and products, has declared the arranging of a Nuclear Energy and Education Conference at the Church House Conference Center in London from 20 to 22 March 2012.
The conference titled, ‘Progress in Nuclear Energy and Education’ being arranged in partnership with Progress in Nuclear Energy journal is supported by Nuclear Industry Association.
Elsevier is organizing the conference in alliance with the Dalton Nuclear Institute Manchester. Lancaster University’s Professor Malcolm Joyce, has agreed to chair the proceedings of the conference, which will act as a meeting place for nuclear scientists to talk over the critical scientific and engineering issues related to nuclear energy. The conference will also discuss other growing and important requirements such as educational, resource, policy, and safety related to the industry. The conference is more focused on important segments such as shortage of experienced and skilled workers in the sector, engineering resources, policy requirements, improving safety level at plants and advanced and developed reactor designs.
The distinguished speakers who have agreed to partake in the conference include Colin Taylor, Bristol University, UK, Marc Rosen, University of Ontario, Canada, Bill Nuttall, University of Cambridge, UK, Pete Lyons, U.S. Department of Energy, USA, David Hill, Idaho National Laboratory, USA, Robin Grimes, Imperial College London, UK, and Sanjoy Banerjee, City University of New York, USA.
According to Professor Malcolm Joyce, Chairman of the Conference, the Nuclear energy once again has become an important program with growing research that needs education and development. He has extended his invitation to encourage participation in the nuclear research related conference to sum up on the current requirements.