Tom Scott

Tom Scott’s specialism is in the study and development of materials for advanced and challenging industrial applications.

His research is based around understanding the fundamental and changing properties of materials in different engineered and natural environments to better predict their performance and develop methods for improving them.

Much of his research is conducted for and on behalf of the nuclear industry, including CERN, Sellafield, NNL, AMEC and EDF Energy with complementary funding from the Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering amongst others.

Tom is Technical Director of spin-out ImiTec Ltd, a company specialising in the detection and mapping of radioactive materials in industrial, urban and environmental settings.

He is also Director of the Southwest Nuclear Hub, executive co-Director of the Bristol-Oxford Nuclear Research Centre and Director of the Interface Analysis Centre in the School of Physics.

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Working closely with industry enables me to better understand the specific technical details of their materials challenges. Being inspired by the end user allows me to direct my fundamental research towards a specific applied aim, thereby helping to deliver positive impacts and often financial benefit for the companies concerned.

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Francis Frith
Engineering BusinessAccount Manager
0117 946 3930

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