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Researcher Profile: Jefri Draup

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In this latest SINDRI researcher profile, we spoke to Dr Jefri Draup (CEng MIMechE), Senior Research Engineer from EDF R&D UK Centre / Nuclear / Structural Integrity. In this Q&A, Jefri tells us about his role and his involvement with the SINDRI programme, plus his hopes for the project and the impact it will have.… Continue reading

Welding Workbench tool to improve residual stress predictions

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SINDRI partners from EDF and The University of Manchester have built a Welding Workbench tool for weld residual stress modelling, in an important milestone for the project.     What is the Welding Workbench? The welding workbench is a tool built for weld residual stress modelling. Designed to make the setup, running and interpretation of… Continue reading

CLOSED Vacancy: Research Associate in alloy structural integrity and finite element modelling

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Research Associate in alloy structural integrity in nuclear engineering and finite element modelling Organisation: Imperial College London Contract type: Full time, fixed term Salary: £36,694-£49,210 Closing date: 24/05/22 The Structural Integrity Research group at Imperial College London is looking to hire a Researcher to work as part of the SINDRI Prosperity Partnership, in collaboration with… Continue reading

Intern Profile: Augustin Pourcel

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For the past three months the Modelling and Simulation Centre at the University of Manchester has hosted three interns working on SINDRI projects and research.    In this Q&A, intern Augustin Pourcel tells us about his experience, the project he has been working on and how it will support his next career steps.     … Continue reading

Intern Profile: Cyrille Mignard

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For the past three months the Modelling and Simulation Centre at the University of Manchester has hosted three interns working on SINDRI projects and research.    In this Q&A, intern Cyrille Mignard tells us about his experience, the project he has been working on and how it will support his next career steps.     … Continue reading

SINDRI researcher awarded UKRI Fellowship

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Dr Emilio Martínez-Pañeda of Imperial College London has been awarded a UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship, which aims to develop the next wave of world-class research and innovation leaders in academia and business. This scheme provides up to seven years of support for Dr Martínez-Pañeda’s project ‘New Phase Field Models for Unravelling Multi-Physics Material Degradation Challenges’ (NEWPHASE).… Continue reading

CLOSED Vacancy: SINDRI Project Manager

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Engineering Research Theme Manager     Organisation: University of Bristol, Industrial Liaison Office Salary: £44,706 – £50,296 Contract: Full-time or part-time, open ended Application deadline: 13th September 2021 This role will project manage the EPSRC SINDRI Prosperity Partnership involving partners at the University of Bristol, EDF, The University of Manchester, Imperial College London and STFC.… Continue reading

Report calls for more R&D into material degradation

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A new report has called for co-ordinated action to address the significant degradation challenges that affect performance, operational life, and sustainability of nuclear power plants. The ‘Degradation in structural materials for net-zero’ report presents the results of a landscaping exercise conducted by the Henry Royce Institute and Frazer-Nash Consultancy, supported by the Institute of Corrosion. It… Continue reading

CLOSED Vacancy: EDF Fellow in Structural Integrity

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EDF Fellow in Structural Integrity Organisation: University of Bristol, Solid Mechanics Research Group Salary: £33,797 – £42,792 dependent on grade Contract: Full-time, open ended with funding up to 15/9/23 Application deadline:17th August 2021 As part of the Solid Mechanics Research Group (SMRG) at University of Bristol, this role is to deliver high quality structural integrity… Continue reading

RAEng award for SINDRI researcher

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Dr Emilio Martínez-Pañeda of Imperial College London has been named as one of five winners of the RAEng Engineers Trust Young Engineer of the Year competition. We're delighted to announce our five Young Engineers of the Year for 2021 – researchers, entrepreneurs and professional engineers who have demonstrated outstanding success in their fields: https://t.co/qpS8c7HtBi #RAEngAwards… Continue reading