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Fusion Power Lecture
Event Date/Time: 27 June 2012 18:00 to 20:30
Event Type: Technical Lecture
Industry Sector: Energy Environment & Sustainability
G31 School of Mechanical Engineering
University of Birmingham
Communications Group Manager, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy
With fossil fuel reserves diminishing and concerns over climate change increasing, the hunt for alternative sources of energy has never been more important. In the middle of rural Oxfordshire in the UK, a thousand scientists and engineers are undertaking a project to develop a new source of enery- nuclear fusion.
The lecture (presented by Chris Warrick Culham Science Centre) will give an overview into the different fusion technologies under development and the work going on at the JETand ITER reactors.
IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS
Venue directions- building Y3 on Edgbaston Campus mobility map
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