The end goal of this workshop is for the students to create a novel, optimised deployment scenario for using an advanced reactor (any reactor design newer than Generation II/III Light Water Reactors) to support an industrial use that requires combined heat and power. Students will be put into teams of 4-6 and will be provided with a mentor, with additional content-specific mentors available on call. At the end of the project, teams will deliver a pitch, using any communication tools they choose, that describes their deployment scenario, their chosen technology and why they chose it. They will also present the economic case, their chosen industrial use and why their choice of reactor is optimal, any safeguard implications, and the social engagement strategy. The winning team will be awarded 1000 euro per team member to be used as travel support to a technical conference. The funds will be held available for one year. If travel restrictions prevent immediate travel, the funds will be available for one year after travel restrictions are lifted.