Winners of Nuclear Industry Group Prizes
2015 – Career Contribution Prize
David Weaver: for dedicating over 40 years to research and training used by the nuclear industry, making significant contributions to both.
2015 – Early Career Prize
David Hughes: for his leadership of a team to develop a suitable decay heat methodology with associated validation and uncertainties associated with the proposed Sizewell B Dry Fuel Store.
2014 – Early Career Prize
Chris Holland: for his work on Lower Ports Nuclear Analysis project for the ITER fusion reactor.
2013 – Early Career Prize
Rhodri Morgan: for his leadership of the development of Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy as a tool for the monitoring of nuclear waste packets.
2012 – Early Career Prize
Craig Shearer: for his work to develop a practical system using cosmic-ray muons to analyse the contents of Intermediate Level Waste containers.
2012 – Career Contribution Prize
Alan Copestake: for his contribution to the development of computational methods that have enabled the design of a generation of light-water nuclear reactors for submarines.
2011 – Early Career Prize
Lindsay Cox: for her innovative approach and leadership in establishing and promoting the practical application of Muon Scattering Tomography detection techniques capability.