Nuclear for Social and Environmental Justice
Webinar hosted by the Australian Greens for Nuclear Energy – Unofficial. 10 am to 11:30 am AEDT on Monday 29 November 2021. Join Tyrone D’lisle speaking with Dr Joanne Lackenby and Heather Hoff. Dr Joanne Lackenby is the president of the Australian Nuclear Association and identifies as a progressive. Heather Hoff is an environmentalist, Co-founder of Mothers for Nuclear and…Read More »
World Nuclear Energy Day – 2nd December – Webinar
Webinar hosted by Innovate Australia 12 pm to 2 pm AEDT on Thursday, 2 December 2021 To register go to https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/the-world-nuclear-energy-day-tickets-210568615397 World Nuclear Energy Day is the one day when people around the globe celebrate the virtues and benefits of nuclear energy, open their shops for tours (both virtual and physical), discuss new technologies, and work to include nuclear energy…Read More »
Nuclear powered submarines for Australia.
Speakers: Cmdr Peter Bullard Royal Navy (Rtd), EA Sydney Nuclear Engineering Panel and Dr Anna Paradowska, ANSTO. Hosted by the Nuclear Engineering Panel of Engineer Australia Sydney Branch. Venue: 6 pm 11 Nov 2021 Hybrid Event. Engineers Australia Office Harricks Auditorium, 44 Market St (Mezzanine Floor), Sydney, NSW. Following the announcement of the AUKUS agreement, a task force has been…Read More »
Small modular reactors in the Australian context
Speaker: Dr Ben Heard, Frazer-Nash Consultancy Ltd 4 pm AEST Tuesday 2 Nov 2021. A video of this webinar is available at https://youtu.be/t4RXWhDvpPM Ben Heard discussed his study on Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) in the Australian Context recently published by the Minerals Council of Australia. Small modular reactors are an evolution of nuclear power generation technologies. Currently in use for…Read More »
Atomic-scale insight for global-scale impact.
Speaker: Dr Ceri Brenner, Leader of the Centre for Accelerator Science, ANSTO. 4 pm (Sydney time) Wednesday, 17 November 2021. Video of this webinar is at https://youtu.be/Pj0No3kJTNE ANSTO operates much of Australia’s landmark infrastructure including one of the world’s most modern nuclear research reactors, OPAL; Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering; the Australian Synchrotron; the National Research Cyclotron; and the Centre…Read More »
Greens talking to Greens – Nuclear Power and Climate Change
The first of possibly two Stand Up For Nuclear event in Australia 2021 events. Stand Up For Nuclear is an international pro-nuclear movement, where allies around the world advocate for the protection and continuation of nuclear energy. Hosted by Australian Greens for Nuclear Energy – Unofficial. “Greens talking to Greens – Nuclear Power and Climate Change”. Was streamed live via Facebook…Read More »
Requirements For Operational Nuclear Plants In Australia From 2030 — Preliminary Concept Study Insights.
Speaker: Professor Stephen Wilson, Director of the Centre for Energy Futures, University of Queensland. DATE & TIME: 6.00 pm to 7 pm, Wednesday 21 July 2021. Webinar Hosted by Engineers Australia Sydney Division Nuclear Engineering Panel. UPDATE: THIS MEETING NOW WEBINAR ONLY. Those previously registered for in-person event being transferred to Webinar registration. Registration fee is $30, free registration for EA…Read More »
Molten Salt Reactors.
Speaker: Dr Mark Ho, ANSTO DATE & TIME: 5.30 pm for a 6.00 pm start, Wednesday 12 May 2021. Webinar available. VENUE: Engineers Australia Mezzanine, 44 Market Street, Sydney, NSW 2000. Hosted by Engineers Australia Sydney Division Nuclear Engineering Panel. Slides are available HERE This is a hybrid event – face to face and webinar. Abstract Of the six Gen IV…Read More »
Tractebel Vision for Small Modular Reactors.
Hosted by the Australian Nuclear Association. Speaker: Anicet TOURÉ, Product Manager SMR & Advanced Nuclear Technologies, TRACTEBEL Nuclear Business Line. Webinar 5 pm Sydney time, Wednesday 21 April 2021. Slides for this event are available CLICK HERE For more information on the Tractebel vision for SMRs go to https://tractebel-engie.com/en/tractebel-s-vision-on-small-modular-reactors Abstract Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) are receiving growing attention. The USA,…Read More »
ANSTO’s new SYMO plant uses Synroc Technology to immobilize nuclear medicine production waste.
Hosted by Nuclear Engineering Panel of NSW Engineers Australia Pamela Naidoo-Ameglio, GroupExecutive, Nuclear Precinct –ANSTO and Executive Director ANM Speaker: Pamela Naidoo-Ameglio, GroupExecutive, ANSTO Nuclear Precinct and Executive Director Australian Nuclear Medicine (ANM). Webinar and In-Person Event 6 pm Sydney time, Wednesday 17 March 2021. Venue: Engineers Australia, Mezzanine, 44 Market Street, Sydney, NSW 2000. Slides for event are available CLICK…Read More »