New international editorial role in the nuclear field for Prof Bismark Tyobeka

Prof Bismark Tyobeka, principal and vice-chancellor of the North-West University (NWU), has been invited by the international journal, Progress in Nuclear Energy, to be part of the journal’s editorial board.

Established in 1977, Progress in Nuclear Energy is a peer-reviewed scientific journal covering all aspects of nuclear science and engineering.

“It is a big honour to be invited to join the editorial board of Progress in Nuclear Energy. I can vividly recall reading this journal as a student in nuclear engineering. In many ways it helped to shape my future, and to be part of the editorial board now is nothing short of a privilege. I want to thank all involved with Progress in Nuclear Energy for having faith in me, and I am looking forward to contributing to this prestigious journal,” said Prof Tyobeka.

“I also want to emphasise the importance of Progress in Nuclear Energy, as it plays a crucial role in the dissemination of scientific and technical advancements in the field of nuclear energy. The journal also serves as a valuable platform for researchers, engineers, policymakers and professionals in the nuclear industry to share knowledge, discuss challenges and explore solutions for sustainable and safe nuclear energy production.

“As we continue to face growing energy challenges, we need voices such as Progress in Nuclear Energy to contribute to the global energy discourse. We need to find sustainable, efficient and environmentally responsible ways to meet our energy demands, and no word is wasted when addressing these issues.”


Submitted on Mon, 02/05/2024 - 09:42