Ghislain de Marsily is Emeritus Professor of hydrogeology and applied geology at the University Paris VI and the Paris School of Mines. He has worked on nuclear waste disposal issues for more than 30 years in a number of countries (Belgium, France, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, and USA) and for the European Commission.
Leif G. Eriksson has advanced degrees from Sweden in geology (1975) and civil engineering (1960), and is a Registered Professional Geologist. Leif has 48 years experience in the siting and development of strategic and commercial underground facilities in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the US, and foundation engineering for nuclear power plants (NPPs) in Europe and Asia.
Peter Gallie has held senior managerial positions within the Nuclear Industry over an extended period. He was the Station Manager of the Calder Hall Nuclear Power Plant for 13 years.
Mrs. Tamsin Greulich-Smith has degrees in Environmental Science (BSc) from the University of North London, and Environmental Technology (MSc, DIC) from Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine.
John Hetherington has a degree in Town and Country Planning from the University of Manchester and is a Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute. Following retirement from Cumbria County Council at the end of 2006 he set up his own Consultancy
Dr. Richard A. Kłos has degrees in Physics from Imperial College, London (BSc) and X-ray Astronomy from Leicester University (PhD). He has worked for the UK's National Radiological Protection Board, the Paul Scherrer Institute (in Switzerland), as an independent consultant, and as an employee of GSL.
Angus Mackay graduated with a BSc in Civil Engineering from the University of Glasgow in 1980 and passed the ICE Law and Contract procedure examination papers 1 and 2 in 1990. He has been a Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (MICE) since 1991. He is currently responsible for the development of the civil and structural design of the proposed new LLW disposal facilities at Dounreay.
Dr. Tim McEwen has degrees in geology (Leeds) and structural geology (Imperial College), a PhD in geology (Leeds) and is a Chartered Geologist and works as McEwen Consulting. He has more than 25 years' experience in radioactive waste disposal.
Dr. Emily Michie has degrees in Materials Science and Engineering (MEng Hons) and Atomistic simulations of radioactive tolerant materials (PhD) from Imperial College London. Emily is a Member of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining and has five years research experience in solid state chemistry and physics and in the development and application of computational solutions.
Dr. Steve Whittaker is a nuclear chemist with over 15 years' experience of nuclear decommissioning and radioactive waste management. He has worked on a variety of complex and high-profile nuclear decontamination/decommissioning projects, mainly at the Sellafield site in Cumbria.
Dr. Steven Wicks has a BSc (1st class hons) and a PhD, both in Civil Engineering from Leeds University. He is an Affiliate Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, a Member of the Concrete Society and a Member of the Association of Project Managers.
Dr. Woollam has a lifetime of knowledge and experience in the technical and strategic aspects of nuclear decommissioning and radioactive waste management. He was formerly Chief Decommissioning Strategist with Magnox Electric plc, the Company that managed the UK's 26 Magnox reactors.