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The Future of Nuclear in Australia: SKRAM Symposium

The Future of Nuclear in Australia: SKRAM Symposium

Tue 16 Aug at 2.00pm - Tue 16 Aug at 5.00pm
Venue UNSW CBD Campus
Level 6/1 O'Connell St Sydney, NSW 2000
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Discover what the next decade of nuclear manufacturing has in store.

About this event

Australia has the potential to be a world leader in the nuclear supply chain, so what’s holding us back? There is already incredible research, manufacturing, and skill building happening right here on our shores, and the global skills shortage in qualified nuclear engineers opens incredible opportunities for local companies to fill the gaps in international nuclear supply chains – It’s just a matter of connecting them with the global champions of the industry.

The Nuclear Skills, Research, and Advanced Manufacturing (SKRAM) Symposium organised by UNSW Engineering and the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) offers a unique opportunity to showcase nuclear research, enrich professional networks, and gain a glimpse into the future Australian nuclear industry.

Join industry leaders, early adopters, and academics for an afternoon of short talks about the exciting nuclear innovations on the horizon.

Event timings:

  • 2.00pm - Nuclear skills
  • 3.15pm - Break and refreshments
  • 3.35pm - Research, and Advanced Manufacturing
  • 5.00pm - Networking

Join us after the SKRAM Symposium for 'We need to talk about Nuclear Technology' - a discussion between a panel of experts and academics that will have your burning questions on possible nuclear technology futures answered. Register here.