I am excited to lead a dynamic team of academics here at Bangor University looking to advance nuclear technologies in the North Wales region. Nuclear energy has played a key role in the area for many decades and the end of the Magnox era has opened up great new opportunities with two exceptional nuclear licensed sites – Wylfa and Trawsfynydd on our doorstep – and a rapidly growing industrial and academic resource at Bangor University and our science park, M-SParc.
Since its inception in late 2017 – the Nuclear Futures Bangor group has built extraordinary facilities that are being used by leading industry stakeholders to aid nuclear technology development. We are ready and open for business.
Congratulations to our research fellow, Iuliia Ipatova, for the 2d place in the Nuclear Institute Young Generation Network (NI YGN) Speaking Competition! NI YGN Speaking Competition is back in 2020. This year’s competition was held via webinar. And on the 25th of June Iuliia delivered her talk in this event organized by the YGN in […]
Nuclear Institute Young Generation Network Speaking Competition 2020
Join us to work on the next generation of electric cars with our partners at Evectek Ltd. This is a fully funded 1 year MRes scholarship to perform research to improve the range of electric vehicles. This project will look at fluid-flow and flow-losses in an electrohydraulic drive system. Key facts: Qualification: 1 year […]
Research Masters: Improving the performance of low emission vehicles – reducing viscous losses in an electrohydraulic system (1yr paid)
The subject of this MRes is to find ways to directly convert waste heat into electricity that can then be used to extend the range of electric vehicles. This is a fully funded 1 year MRes scholarship during which the student will perform research with Evectek Ltd. who are currently developing a new drive system […]
Research Masters: Electricity from heat – energy reclamation for automotive applications (Paid, 1yr)
Powerful magnets are crucial to the operation of low emission electric vehicles. This research degree will help to develop materials for magnets that can be sustainably sourced. We are looking for applicants to work on the next generation of electric cars with our partners at Evectek Ltd. This is a fully funded 1 year MRes […]