Malcolm Joyce holds a Personal Chair in Nuclear Engineering at Lancaster University, is Cross-faculty Associate Dean for Research and was previously Associate Dean for Research in FST and Head of the Department of Engineering from 2008-2015.
Professor James Taylor
James Taylor holds a Personal Chair in Control Engineering at Lancaster University. He is Impact Champion for the School of Engineering and Director of the Nuclear Science and Engineering Research Group.
Dr Xiandong Ma
Dr Xiandong Ma received his BEng in Electrical Engineering from Jiangsu University in 1986 and MSc in Power Systems and Automation in Nanjing Automation Research Institute (NARI).
Dr Andrew Parker
Andrew is a Senior Research Associate on Work Package 1 of the AIRS-NFM project, researching and developing techniques to detect and analyse the uranium used in the process for its enrichment.
Dr Manuel Bandala Sanchez
Dr. Manuel Bandala is an experienced professional with a strong background in hardware design, robotics, sensors, and MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical Systems) engineering.
Pam is currently the Project Administrator working part-time on the ‘Autonomous Inspection for Responsive and Sustainable Nuclear Fuel Manufacture’ (AIRS-NFM) project which started in September 2021.
University of Strathclyde Staff
Dr Jaime Zabalza
Jaime is a Strathclyde Chancellor's Fellow working closely with the Advanced Nuclear Research Centre (ANRC) since September 2022. He is interested in the creation of new artificial intelligence tools to solve real-world industrial challenges.
Dr Paul Murray
Paul Murray is a Reader at the University of Strathclyde working in the area of signal, image, video and hyperspectral data processing.
Professor Stephen Marshall
Stephen is a Professor in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering where he is also Director of the Hyperspectral Imaging (HSI) Centre.
David is a Research Assistant at the Centre for Signal and Image Processing, and is in the final stages of his PhD on hyperspectral imaging for microbiological applications at the University of Strathclyde.
Stuart Bennett is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Strathclyde, working in the Centre for Signal and Image Processing.
Patrick Chard (Mirion Technologies)
Patrick joined Harwell Laboratory and achieved a PhD in Physics, in 1991, developing advanced neutron Non-Destructive Assay techniques for waste assay. He acts as Principle Consultant for Mirion Technologies (formerly Canberra).
Darren Lee (NNL)
Darren Lee completed a two year post-doctoral fellowship at Liverpool University in 1996 and subsequently worked in the nuclear industry for BNFL and latterly National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL).
Neil Cockbain (NNL)
Neil has been employed by National Nuclear Laboratory since 1987 with experience in software/systems engineering. He has been supporting various parts of Sellafield site, including THORP and Magnox plants, on physical and chemical instrumentation.