Oda Becker (Physicist) is an independent self-employed scientific consultant for nuclear safety. She studied physics and education science at the University of Hanover. From 2006 – 2011, Oda Becker had a professorship at the University of Applied Science and Arts, Hanover.
Since 1999, she has participated in several studies of nuclear power plants and storage facilities, among others, analysing the accident scenarios resulting from possible terror attacks or flooding events. Her clients include the Austrian Federal Government as well as several non-governmental organisations (NGOs). Recent work includes expert statements and studies of safety issues at the German and European NPPs ((for example: Temelín NPP, Czech Republic; Mochovce NPP, Slovakia; Paks NPP, Hungary; Hinkley Point, UK; Fennovoima, Finland); studies of the situation at the Chernobyl NPP; and studies concerning the European “Stress Tests” in the aftermath of the Fukushima accident.
She is member of International Nuclear Risk Assessment Group (INRAG).