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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

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

Researcher Profile: Philippe Martinuzzi

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    For our first researcher profile, we spoke to Philippe Martinuzzi, R&D Modelling and Simulation Manager at EDF Energy R&D UK Centre / Nuclear.   In this Q&A, Philippe 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

£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