Uranium Science Conference 2019

21 January 2019, 9.00 AM - 22 January 2019, 5.00 PM

School of Chemistry, University of Bristol

The University of Bristol invites you to partake in the inaugural Uranium Science conference, being led by the Interface Analysis Centre in the School of Physics. It is kindly supported by the AWE and the Royal Academy of Engineering. 

Uranium Science is a topical conference, providing a platform to encourage and accelerate collaboration within the uranium community. This inaugural conference will be held at the University of Bristol on 21st - 22nd January 2019, and will include discussions along the following themes:

  • Fundamental Science

Condensed matter physics of uranium, devices, and nuclear materials

  • Environmental Science and Forensics 

Provenance, geolocation, and detection

  • Uranium Chemistry and Corrosion 

From fundamental reaction kinetics to bulk materials degradation

  • Nuclear Fuel Behaviour 

Thermal properties, irradiation damage, and fuel-water interface

Abstract Submissions

Submissions are open for submission on each of the above four topics. Contributions for oral and/or poster presentations are invited. Abstracts should be submitted by email to contact@uraniumscience.org by 19th October 2018. Abstracts should be no larger than one A4 page, including images, and should specify whether oral or poster presentation is preferred. A student poster prize of £200 will be awarded.

Key Dates

12 November 2018     Abstract deadline
19 November 2018     Notification of abstract acceptance
30 November 2018     Registration deadline
21-22 January 2019    Uranium Science Conference

Registration

Standard Earlybird* - £80

Student Earlybird* - £50

Standard - £120

Student - £75

*Earlybird tickets available until 30th November 2018.

Register via the Bristol Online Shop https://shop.bris.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/faculty-of-science/school-of-physics/conferences-physics/uranium-science-2019

Conference Dinner

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery will host the conference dinner on the evening of the 21st. A three course meal and wine will be served in the grand Wills Hall, surrounded by the collections of art, nature, and history on display in this beautiful building. There is an additional cost of £40 to attend this unique dinner.

Contact information

For any enquiries please message contact@uraniumscience.org

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