Mike Tynan has a career spanning 5 decades in the civil nuclear industry, and has held senior leadership positions in site operations, manufacturing, nuclear services, and research and development.
Professor of Nuclear Fuel Technology, University of Manchester
Tim Abram has held the Westinghouse Chair in Nuclear Fuel Technology (and more recently in Nuclear Engineering) at the University of Manchester since 2008.
Vice President and Chief Engineer, Wood
As Vice President and Chief Engineer of Wood Nuclear (formerly Amec Foster Wheeler), David is functionally responsible for Wood’s European nuclear project operations including technologies, standards, systems, processes and assurance.
Chief Executive, Energy Industries Council
In his capacity as EIC CEO, Stuart has unique insight into policies, trends, innovations and technologies across all energy sectors in the UK and globally.
Managing Director, Cammell Laird Energy
Jonathan joined Cammell Laird in July 2016 to lead the Energy team, providing engineering consultancy, component manufacture, module assembly and a logistics service capability across the Energy Sector.
Innovation Manager, EDF Energy
Maggie Brown is currently working for EDF Energy on the Hinkley Point C (HPC) project where she is responsible for developing and delivering a first of kind innovation programme in a nuclear new build environment.
Senior Advisor, KBR
Paul was appointed Senior Advisor, Nuclear for KBR in 2014 supporting their Programme and Project Management Services team.
Director of the Materials Performance Centre, University of Manchester
Prof. M. Grace Burke is the Director of the Materials Performance Centre at the University of Manchester, where she leads investigations of materials’ behavior in nuclear power systems.
Director, Integrated Decision Management Ltd
Gregg Butler: born in London, brought up in South Wales, and lives in Lancashire. Read Metallurgy at University College Swansea, and completed a PhD on uranium alloys.
CEO, UK Atomic Energy Authority
Ian Chapman is CEO of the UK Atomic Energy Authority and Head of the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy. He has held a number of international roles in fusion, including Chair of ITER international working groups.
Chief Nuclear Advisor, Lloyd's Register
Dr Mamdouh El-Shanawany is an international expert on nuclear safety. He has provided leadership, design, research & development, analysis, management and critical safety assessment, applications of Statutory regulatory requirements and policy development for the nuclear industry in the UK, Canada and Internationally.
Imperial College London
Steve studied Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College, followed by a PhD in Applied Mechanics.
Co-Founder and Executive Director of Energy for Humanity (EFH)
Kirsty Gogan, MSc. is co-founder and executive director of Energy for Humanity (EFH), an environmental NGO focused on large scale deep decarbonisation and energy access.
Head of Department of Materials Science, University of Sheffield
Neil is Professor of Radioactive Waste Management at the University of Sheffield, Head of Department of Materials Science, and lead for civil nuclear energy research at The University of Sheffield.
Head of Thermo-Fluids Group, University of Manchester
Prof Hector Iacovides, DEng, FIMechE, FASME, is Head of the Thermo-Fluids group at the School of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering at the University of Manchester, and chair in Heat Transfer since 2004.
Head of Operations Materials Research Facility, UK Atomic Energy Authority
Monica Jong is Head of Operations for the Materials Research Facility at the UK Atomic Energy Authority.
Malcolm Joyce is Professor of Nuclear Engineering at Lancaster University in the UK. His research interests include applied radiation detection & measurement, decommissioning-related analytical methods and nuclear policy & environmental assay.
University of Glasgow
Prof Ralf Kaiser is the founder and CEO of Lynkeos Technology Ltd. and Professor of Physics at the University of Glasgow.
Head of Nuclear Technology, Horizon Nuclear Power
Mike is a chartered nuclear engineer with over 40 years experience in the nuclear sector in the UK and internationally (Europe, Canada, Middle East). He brings knowledge and insight from positions in nuclear design, engineering, operations, and expert services, for established and new build nuclear facilities.
Context Information Security
Phil is a member of the Critical National Infrastructure team within Context Information Security, where his focus is to identify and provide requisite cyber security & information assurance advice, technical support and practical guidance to client organisations across CNI sectors, particularly civil nuclear.
Interim Director Dalton Nuclear Institute, University of Manchester
Francis was appointed as Interim Director of the Dalton Nuclear Institute in 2016. He was the founding Director of the Centre for Radiochemistry Research, established in Manchester in 1999 and is currently additionally the Director of the EPSRC-funded Next Generation Nuclear Centre for Doctoral Training and a Professor of Radiochemistry.
University of Oxford
Professor James Marrow is the James Martin Chair in Energy Materials.
Chief Technical Officer, Westinghouse Springfields
Bob McKenzie is the Chief Technical Officer at the Westinghouse Springfield site, Preston.
Practice Manager Nuclear, Energy Systems Catapult
Mike Middleton joined the Energy Systems Catapult in Autumn 2017 on transfer from the Energy Technologies Institute where for 4 years he deepened the understanding of the potential role of nuclear technologies as part of the energy mix in delivering a UK transition to a low carbon economy.
Director of Engineering and Technology, Rolls-Royce
John has been with Rolls-Royce for 32 years. During this time he has undertaken a variety of roles covering all aspects of the nuclear project life cycle, and a very broad range of disciplines embracing engineering, programme management and business leadership.
Chris Moore is a self-employed Business Consultant specialising in Business Planning and Strategy Development across the nuclear and low carbon energy sector.
Head of Development, EDF Energy
Manus is currently the Head of Development for the Central Technical Organisation in EDF Energy. Prior to this, he held a number of senior roles across Technology, Innovation and Research and Development in support of nuclear operations in the UK.
Head of Technical Assurance & Governance, Sellafield Ltd
Lee works for Sellafield Ltd as a senior manager in the Strategy and Technical Department. Lee is a chartered chemist with over 22 years’ experience in the nuclear industry spanning a range of roles.
Head of Physics, AWE
After completing a PhD in plasma physics, Andrew joined AWE in 1997 in the High Altitude Nuclear Effects Team where he developed a novel capability to model Nuclear Induced Van Allen Belts, worked on Electromagnetic Pulse phenomenology, and won the Discovery Award for Early Career Scientific Innovation.
University of Cambridge
Dr Eugene Shwageraus is a Senior Lecturer and Course Director of Nuclear Energy MPhil in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge.
Director of the Southwest Nuclear Hub, University of Bristol
Professor Thomas Scott is Director of the Southwest Nuclear Hub, the Bristol-Oxford Nuclear Research Centre (NRC) and the Interface Analysis Centre (IAC) at the University of Bristol.
CEO, Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
Andrew was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the Nuclear AMRC in August 2017, after joining as Managing Director in 2015.
Project Development Director, Westinghouse
Ash is a hands-on business leader and nuclear project professional with 28 years’ experience in the engineering and construction industry, mostly in the nuclear sector.
Director Government Affairs, URENCO Limited
Chris White is Director, Government Affairs, URENCO Limited, one of the leading Uranium Enrichment Companies, operating four facilities across Europe and the USA.
Research Director, TWI
Paul Woollin is Research Director at TWI, responsible for setting the technical direction of the £70m Research, Consultancy and Training business.
Chief Science and Technology Officer at the UK National Nuclear Laboratory
Fiona has over twenty five years nuclear industry experience working primarily within operations, technology and strategic roles within the UK and internationally.
Head of the Energy Theme in EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) in UKRI (UK Research and Innovation)
Dr Jim Fleming is Head of the Energy Theme in EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) in UKRI (UK Research and Innovation).
Head of Technology, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
Melanie has worked in the nuclear industry for 23 years. She was attracted into the nuclear industry by the diversity of technical challenges and began her career with BNFL (later National Nuclear Laboratory).