This five-year interdisciplinary programme of research will use modern mathematical methods from probability theory, advanced Monte Carlo methods and inverse problems to develop novel approaches to the theory and application of radiation transport. We will pursue an interactive exploration of foundational, translational and application-driven research; developing predictive models with quantifiable accuracy and software prototypes, ready for real-world implementation in the energy, healthcare and space exploration nuclear industries.

Nuclear engineering

The design of new plants and decommissioning of existing power stations takes us to a sustainable energy future.

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New medical treatments such as proton beam therapy are addressing the need for treatments of difficult cancers while minimising the damage to surrounding tissues.

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Space technologies

The UK space industry is undergoing rapid expansion and needs developments e.g. for shielding of satellites and astronauts, power sources for extraterrestrial bases and nuclear-powered space exploration

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