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
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.
The thirteenth biennial Australian Nuclear Association Conference on Nuclear Science and Engineering in Australia was held on Friday, 27th September 2019 at the Aerial UTS Function Centre, 235 Jones Street, Ultimo, NSW.
Session 1 – Energy Policy in Australia and around the World
- Hon John Barilaro MP, Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional New South Wales, Industry and Trade.
- Decarbonising Energy Transition in China [Keynote]
Dr Jiang Kejun, Director Energy Research Institute, National Development and Reform Commission, Beijing, China.
- Framework for Decarbonising Australian Energy (abstract) [Keynote]Prof Stephen Wilson, Centre for Energy Futures, School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering, University of Queensland
SESSION 2 – Advances in Nuclear Power
- NuScale SMR – Progress towards Deployment [Keynote]
Tom Mundy, Chief Commercial Officer, NuScale Power
- Advanced Reactor Development in China
Jiang Kejun, Director Energy Research Institute, National Development and Reform Commission, Beijing, China
- Benefits of Nuclear for Australia
Robert Parker, Vice President, Australian Nuclear Association
SESSION 3 – Nuclear Technology in Australia (1)
- Neutron Scattering for Industrial Materials (abstract) – Vanessa Peterson, Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering, ANSTO
- Neutron Capture Enhanced Therapy: A new frontier in hadron therapy – Mitra Safavi-Naeini, ANSTO
- Nuclear Organisations
- Nuclear Education (5 min each)
AINSE Ltd – Michelle Durant
UNSW Nuclear Engineering – Jean Larosee
SESSION 4: Nuclear Technology in Australia (2)
- Synroc Waste Treatment Facility (abstract)
Daniel Gregg, ANSTO Synroc Technologies Program
- National Radioactive Waste Management Facility (abstract)
Rebecca Mackenzie, National Radioactive Waste Management Facility Taskforce
Nuclear Propulsion Roadmap for Australia: a faster way ahead? – Presentation by Christopher Skinner on 17 July 2019
NuScale SMR – On Track for Deployment – Presentation by Tony Irwin on 26 June 2019.
Nuclear Power for Space Applications – Presentation by Mark Ho on 17 April 2019.
Climate Change – the Nuclear Solution – Presentation by Robert Parker on 26 March 2019.
Nuclear Liability and Insurance – Presentation by Ron Cameron on 27 March 2019.