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Technical Advisory Board Chairs announced

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The SINDRI Technical Advisory Board (TAB) will provide guidance on the scientific direction of the project. We are pleased to announce that John Stairmand and Fionn Dunne will be co-chairs of the TAB. John Stairmand is Jacobs Technical Director for Technology and Consulting; he also holds Visiting Professorships at University of Manchester and Bangor University… Continue reading

IOM3 award for SINDRI researcher

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Dr Ed Pickering of the University of Manchester, has been awarded the Grunfeld Memorial Award & Medal at the IOM3 2021 Awards. Ed is a Senior Lecturer in Metallurgy and a Co-Investigator in the SINDRI programme. He specialises in the characterisation of phase transformations and processing-microstructure-property relationships in steels. Much of his work concerns alloys and… Continue reading

Data Week 2021: Nuclear Structural Integrity & Data Automation

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Monday 14th June, 14:00-15:00 Hosted by The South West Nuclear Hub, The Alan Turing Institute special interest group in engineering structural integrity and the EDF SINDRI Prosperity Partnership project. Chair: Nawal Prinja, Technology Director at Jacobs Clean Energy Ltd. Panellists: Professor Paul Wilcox – Professor of Dynamics and Alan Turing Institute Fellow at the University of Bristol Andy Gettings –… Continue reading

£7.6 million funding to develop cutting-edge digital technology for nuclear power generation

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A consortium of academic and industrial experts will join forces to develop the digital technology required for a step-change in the design, fabrication, and in-service assessment of nuclear power plant components. £2.4 million has been awarded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), matched by £3.4 million… Continue reading