Tatiana Grebennikova
University of Manchester (United Kingdom)

Tatiana Grebennikova is a third year Ph.D. student in Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science at The University of Manchester, UK. She has previously received a MSc in Chemical Engineering at the St. Petersburg State Technological Institute, Russia.

Her Ph.D. project is on the development of molten salt technologies for the decontamination of nuclear graphite, an important issue facing the world as the disposal and clean-up of 300’000 tons of nuclear waste accumulated through reactor operation and during interim storage in fuel storage ponds. The research capability she has developed can be applied to emerging research areas like graphite behaviour in molten salt reactors.

She also plays an important role in engagement with the general science and engineering community as a teaching assistant supporting the undergraduate laboratory taught programme in the School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science.

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