NEW: TYC Careers Talks - Engineering Analysis and High-Performance Computing (HPC) at UKAEA

The Thomas Young Centre and UCL Women in Physics & Astronomy group are very excited to bring you the first in a set of careers talks.  To kick of the series we are very pleased to host a panel of representatives from the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA).  We encourage all of our TYC members to attend, and particularly those members from less well-represented groups.

Monday 24 May 2021
Time: 12:00 BST
Venue: Zoom
Contact: Karen Stoneham / Abbie Bray

Fusion energy is entering a golden age, with more public and private reactors being built than ever before, and the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) is at the forefront of international research and development. 

We operate two world leading experiments, JET and MAST Upgrade, that are paving the way for future fusion power plants, and are both undergoing the most exciting phases of their operational histories.

Fusion research and development is heavily dependent on the two related disciplines of Engineering Analysis and High-Performance Computing (HPC), and with this online event we will be showcasing the work of our specialists in these areas, as well as discussing the benefits of working at UKAEA. There will be opportunity to ask questions of our panellists and to get into contact for careers information.


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