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Why work for UKAEA?
UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) leads the world in fusion research, with a wide range of programmes working on the key challenges of putting fusion power on the grid.
We offer opportunities within a wide range of engineering, scientific, technical, construction and support disciplines across all of our facilities, departments and programmes.
We now have a dedicated careers website
Find out more about working at UKAEA and the opportunities we have available.
PhD and MSc Open Day
UKAEA and the Fusion Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) are running their annual PhD and MSc Open Day at Culham Science Centre in Oxfordshire on Wednesday 7 December 2022, where you can :
- learn more about postgraduate opportunities in a wide range of fusion research and technology programmes
- network with academics and students from a range of universities and the Fusion CDT and staff from UKAEA.
- tour the fusion facilities at Culham
- attend talks about specific areas of fusion research
To find out more and register to attend – please see https://culhamphd.uk/
UKAEA Fusion Research Fellowships
Applications for 2023 fellowships are now open – click here to apply through the vacancies page. As part of your application, you will need to fill out a UKAEA Fusion Research Fellowship submission, with a 1-2 page personal statement of your research interests, a brief outline of your proposed 2-year research programme (no more than 2 pages) and a full CV including publications and awards. Click here to download a template of this submission – which must be attached to the application as one document.
Closing date for applications is Friday 16 December 2022.