8.00am to 3.00pm at Energus, Workington
Demonstrate and build awareness of your innovative technology at the Technology Supply Chain in Action event staged by the Nuclear Institute, National Nuclear Laboratory and Sellafield Ltd.
The Nuclear Institute, Sellafield Ltd and National Nuclear Laboratory invite you to take part in a technical event designed to highlight the innovation provided by the supply chain to support end users in the Nuclear Decommissioning and Waste Management Markets.
The event is open to technology companies of any size, universities undertaking research in collaboration with a nuclear end-user, nuclear site licence companies and their owners.
The day is made up of three elements to allow people to experience and to demonstrate innovative technology in the most appropriate and engaging way.
The poster sessions will take place in the Atrium at Energus. All technology companies are encouraged to submit abstracts for their poster and can bring samples or equipment to show on their stands. A number of seats at the evening’s Nuclear Institute Cumbria Branch Dinner will be made available for those who submit the most compelling and engaging abstracts. Abstracts are to be submitted alongside your booking form by the 8th January 2016.
The Energus atrium will be available to set up stands and posters on the afternoon of the 10thFebruary.
Attendees and poster presenters are invited to attend a series of talks given by members of the supply chain and nuclear end-users. The list of speakers will be announced prior to the event. The presentations will take place in the Auditorium at Energus. The plenary lecture will be given by Professor Andrew Sherry, Chief Science Officer, National Nuclear Laboratory. Further guest presenters will be announced once confirmed.
Technology Demonstration Session
New this year, the event provides an opportunity for technology companies to demonstrate their technology in NNL’s Rig Hall at Workington. This represents a unique opportunity to showcase technology in front of representatives from nuclear licenced sites. Space is subject to availability and will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
Space is available for approximately 50 attendees to take part in a tour of NNL’s Workington Facility and see the technology on show.
Again, places on the tour will be allocated in advance on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you have any questions, please contact Paul Collings or Adrian Davis-Johnston.
Further information (including the speakers and topics) will be available soon...
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Outline Programme / Agenda
08.00 Registration, Breakfast and first poster session
09.00 First presentation session (including Plenary Lecture)
10.00 Coffee and second poster session
11.00 Second presentation session
12.00 Lunch and Poster session wrap-up
13.00 Transport to NNL Workington
13.30 Technology Showcase and Tour at NNL Workington (Booking essential for this tour)
14.30 Return Transport to Energus
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