Fukishima lecture – An Analysis of the Fukushima Accident and its Implications

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Technical Lecture
20 February 2013 19:00 - 21:00
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Fukishima lecture – An Analysis of the Fukushima Accident and its Implications.

Prof. A.J. (Tony) Wickham worked for CEGB and then Nuclear Electric for 27 years in support of the UK commercial graphite-moderator reactor programme. Since 1997 he has worked independently for many national and international organisations in the nuclear field, moving more and more into decommissioning activities. He is chairman of the IAEA International Knowledge Base on Nuclear Graphite and of an IAEA Collaborative Research Programme on Treatment Options for Irradiated Graphite Wastes. He is also a Visiting Professor at The University of Manchester and a Visiting Lecturer at The University of Brighton.

Joint with Bath & Bristol Committee Nominations for 2013/2014.

Lecture on Fukishima Nuclear Disaster Poster

Refreshments from 18:30hrs.

Speaker(s)

Prof. A.J. (Tony) Wickham worked for CEGB and then Nuclear Electric for 27 years in support of the UK commercial graphite-moderator reactor programme.

Address

Pugsley Lecture Theatre - Bristol
Queens Building
University of Bristol
University Walk
Bristol
BS8 1TR
United Kingdom

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United Kingdom
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