The Sir William Tire Foundation has donated $ 1 million to support the expansion of the New South Wales University (UNSW) nuclear engineering program and future technology in Australia.
The program prepares students for skills in advanced technology industries, including nuclear science, nuclear medicine, mining and resources, energy, manufacturing, aerospace, space exploration and defense.
The grant supports scholarships for 20 local students from the USS Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering School, from higher education to research students and master’s degrees in nuclear engineering. Funding will also be provided to industry partners and other professional development opportunities for Thai scholars.
UNSW is partnering with Australia and research organizations both in Australia and internationally to provide opportunities for students in industry placements, career development and research projects.
We are ready to teach new Australian nuclear engineers a lesson by combining our core nuclear courses with others and developing existing partnerships with universities and national laboratories in the United States and the UK in USS Engineering. Program Director Dr. Edward Obard said.
Sir William Tyry Foundation It will continue to support the program, which began in 2014.
“This gift builds on the foundations of Australia’s high-tech nuclear industry, which is one of the key options for climate change in our country,” said Sir William. There is Terry’s daughter and Robin Fennel, chairman of the founding board.
“To achieve this, nuclear engineering programs such as UNSW are crucial to ensure that Australia has in-house skills that support that choice. My father firmly believed in the benefits of nuclear power as a safe, clean source of energy for Australia and our gifts continue to support that vision.
The Nuclear Engineering Program is internationally recognized, and UNSW is only one of the founding members of 20 universities worldwide. NEA Global Forum on Nuclear Education, Science, Technology and Policy.
Demand for nuclear technology is growing globally, as both nuclear-producing countries and non-commercial nuclear power realize the need for a new generation of engineers, professional, medical, industrial, energy and environmental challenges to implement nuclear science and technology, ”said OECD Nuclear Energy Agency. Magud said.
A.D. After visiting UNSW in 2019, I was impressed by the educational programs offered at the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. The desire of UNSW students to engage in fragmented energy technologies was convincing. We need their energy and skills to solve the complex problems facing the international community.
In addition to nuclear power, Australia has active industries in nuclear medicine, nuclear science research, and minerals and resources that require nuclear skills. Nuclear knowledge also applies to other advanced technologies such as advanced manufacturing, aerospace and defense.