NuSec Funded Research Technical Workshop, 3rd November 2021
Wednesday 3 November 2021, 2:00pm – 4:00pm
The NuSec Science Network (NuSec) will be hosting a workshop on the afternoon of Wednesday 3rd November 2021, at the Wellcome Collection, London.
The workshop will bring together the cohort of NuSec-funded PhD students, and other researchers who have been working on our shorter Summer 2021 pilot projects. It provides an opportunity to hear updates on their research, for attendees to ask questions and participate in discussions.
The workshop will follow a hybrid format, and you are invited attend online via Zoom from 2pm, or in person from 12.30pm.
A sandwich lunch will be provided from 12.30pm, for those attending in person.
Presentations from our NuSec funded researchers will be broadcast via Zoom at 2pm followed by Q&As and discussions from in person and online attendees.
Workshop presentations will be recorded and will be made available shortly after the event on our NuSec website.
If you would like to attend the workshop in person from 12.30pm for lunch, please read the addtional guidance below first and then register for a ticket using Eventbrite.
If you would prefer to attend the workshop attend online at 2pm, please register here
Once you have registered to attend in person (via Eventbrite) or Zoom (online only) you will be sent an e mail from confirming your joining instructions.
A Workshop Agenda can be found in the Agenda tab below.
Addtional Guidance - In Person Attendees
Participants attending in person are encouraged to have been double vaccinated and to take a COVID test before attending. Please do not attend if you are experiencing any COVID 19 symptoms.
As social distancing and mask wearing are no longer a statutory requirement, it is up to individuals to decide whether they wish to wear a mask in Our meeting room.
Please also read the Wellcome Collection current Visitor Guidelines in the Papers Tab below.
- 3rd November Workshop Intro & Overview of NuSec Grant Schemes
- Next-generation shipping container scanning system, Euan Connolly , University of Bristol
- Mixed field radiation detection techniques for oil and gas well logging, James Greer, University of Sheffield
- Application of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Distributed Detector Networks, Dr Peter Martin & Niamh Murray, University of Bristol
- Developing Multifunctional Quantum Dot-based Neutrino Fission Reactor Detector, Beatrice Crudele & Dr Teppei Katori, Kings College London
- Fuzzy Logic Scintillator Selection Tool, Alexia Beale, Luke Lee-Brewin, Dr Caroline Shenton Taylor University of Surrey