Nuclear Energy Group

Engineering Dept, Trumpington St, Cambridge CB2 1PZ

physor2020@esc.cam.ac.uk
+44 (0)1223 339977

PHYSOR 2020 will be hosted by the University of Cambridge and its Nuclear Energy Research Group within the Department of Engineering, supported by University of Birmingham.

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Our Sponsors

Frazer-Nash is a leading systems and engineering technology company, with over three decades of experience in the nuclear industry. It supports projects in new build, life cycle support, decommissioning, and nuclear fusion energy

WELCOME - Frazer-NASH

EDF Energy is the UK's largest producers of low-carbon energy, managing both renewable sources and eight nuclear power stations. EDF Energy is also investing in nuclear new build projects at Hinkley Point C and Sizewell C to secure reliable, low-carbon, affordable energy to meet the UK's growing demand and ambitious emissions goals

WELCOME - EDF energy

AWE has supported the UK Government’s nuclear defence strategy and the Continuous At Sea Deterrent for almost 70 years. They also use their nuclear know-how and technical expertise to provide innovative solutions that support the UK’s counter-terrorism and nuclear threat reduction activities

WELCOME - Atomic Weapons Establishment

TechnicAtome specialises in design, construction, commissioning and operational maintenance of compact nuclear reactors. For over 45 years, it has been providing its nuclear engineering expertise for reactors, fuels and associated facilities, and offers its customers solutions and products that meet the highest standards of safety and availability

WELCOME - Technicatome

Rolls-Royce powers the UK’s nuclear underwater defences. Their market-leading position in submarine propulsion systems encompasses everything from design and procurement to manufacture and in-service support. For the last 60 years they have designed, supplied and supported the nuclear propulsion plant that provides power for all of the UK Royal Navy's nuclear submarines. They are also pioneering low carbon energy technology in the UK by leading a consortium to develop an affordable power plant that generates electricity using a small modular reactor.

WELCOME - Rolls-Royce

CEA designed the first generation of reactors in the French fleet and continues to coordinate research and innovation in the nuclear sector.

Their work focuses on defence and security, low carbon energies (nuclear and renewable), technological research for industry, and fundamental research in the physical and life sciences

bienvenue - Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives