The Nuclear Institute is delighted to again offer this annual event for those working in nuclear science and modelling. Continuing from our previous very successful online event we look forward to welcoming nuclear academics, scientists, engineers and other practitioners to this popular seminar.

Content

A number of industry leaders have accepted our invitation to share their experiences at this seminar. Other contributions are now invited on the themes below.

Abstracts from the nuclear simulation community can be submitted and will be considered for acceptance, however, contributions from one or more of the subjects below are particularly welcomed:

  • Modelling development in accident and risk analysis
  • Reactor thermal hydraulics, fuel performance, neutronics, instabilities, criticality, shielding and cooling chemistry
  • Digital reactor/digital twins, applications of machine learning to plant performance
  • Recent developments supporting ANTs, AMRs, SMRs and advances in materials modelling
  • Development in uncertainty quantification and sensitivity analysis
  • Modelling techniques to optimise and support design and process developments
  • Plant extension and end of life studies
  • Fuel cycle facilities, decommissioning activities, waste management
  • Multi-physics and multi-scale modelling framework
  • Validation and verification.

Abstract invitation

To take part in this conference please submit your abstract here by Friday 18 February. A full programme for the event will be available shortly after that. The abstract should provide a title, full details of contributing authors, their affiliation and is expected to be approximately 250 words with supporting figures and diagrams.

Acceptance of abstracts will be notified by 25 February and PowerPoint presentations will be required by 30 March.

Visit the webpage Nuclear Modelling 2022.