Eden NE Welcomes a New Employee

Eden NE are pleased to welcome Dr Adam Fisher, who started as a new employee on 2nd August 2021. Adam has joined from The University of Sheffield where he had a postdoctoral position studying the dissolution of new Post-Operational-Clean-Out (POCO) and Butex nuclear waste glass formulations in conditions representative of geological disposal. He also completed his PhD in nuclear waste glass corrosion at The University of Sheffield as part of the Next Generation Nuclear Centre for Doctoral Training, which included post-graduate taught modules in nuclear power, law and decommissioning. In 2018 Adam undertook a six-month placement at the IAEA in Vienna, where he worked in the Waste Technology Section for the Department of Nuclear Energy. Here, he contributed to international waste management projects such as the control and management of radioactive material inadvertently incorporated into scrap metal, the pre-disposal management of institutional radioactive waste and aided the drafting of the Status and Trends in Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste Management publication.

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