Presentations given to ANA and the Nuclear Engineering Panel, Engineers Australia
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For slides of presentations to the ANA2022 Conference go to links to the ANA2022 Conference page.
Requirements For Operational Nuclear Plants In Australia From 2030 — Preliminary Concept Study Insights -Webinar by Professor Stephen Wilson, Director of the Centre for Energy Futures, University of Queensland on 21 July 2021.
Molten Salt Reactors – Slides for Webinar presentation by Mark Ho ANSTO on 12 May 2021
Tractebel Vision for Small Modular Reactors – Slides for Webinar presentation by Anicet TOURÉ, Product Manager SMR & Advanced Nuclear Technologies, TRACTEBEL Nuclear Business Line, on 21 April 2021
ANSTO’s new SYMO plant uses Synroc Technology to immobilize nuclear medicine production waste – Slides for Webinar presentation by Pamela Naidoo-Ameglio, ANSTO, on 17 March 2021
UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Role of Nuclear Technology – Annual Four Societies meeting hosted by EA Sydney Division Nuclear Engineering Panel – Slides for Hybrid meeting by Lenka Kollar, Helixos on 17 Februrary 2021
Introduction to the Rolls-Royce UK SMR technology and consortium – Slides for Webinar presentation by Alan Woods, Rolls Royce UK, on 21 October 2020
Licensing the First Nuclear Power Plant in the United Arab Emirates – Slides for webinar presentation by Ian Grant Ottawa on 1 October 2020
Hydrogen Production and Nuclear Power – Slides for webinar presentation by Warner Priest, Siemens Australia on 15 July 2020
New Builds and R&D in Nuclear Power – Webinar presentation by Dr Mark Ho on 28 May 2020. A video of the webinar is at https://youtu.be/T5cImciiwjI .
Nuclear Energy: A New Beginning? and what role it might play in Australia – Presentation by Professor Jacopo Buongiorno (Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)) on 28 Jan 2020.
Nuclear Waste Management – Moving Forward Toward Better Days – Presentation by Dr Charlotta Sanders (World Nuclear Association) on 22 Nov 2019.