I'm currently dong my undergrad in EngPhys (Nuclear) at McMaster. I've been thinking about where I'd like to work after I'm done school. I think that I'd be more interested in R&D, particularly around the nitty-gritty physics and GenIV technology. What companies would be good to look at for careers? I assume that Westinghouse, GE, Areva, B&W, and Siemens all have R&D departments that do this kind of work. Also I know that even after AECL sold it's CANDU division, they still do R&D and reactor physics. SNC-Lavalin may or may not - I'm not sure. Aside from these places, what would be some good places to look into? Keep in mind that I'm Canadian, so some places won't be possible (ITER, for instance), and I only speak english, but the actual idea/process of relocation wouldn't be a problem.