NPP T & H

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON
NPP
TECHNOLOGY &
HUMAN
RESOURCES
DEVELOPMENT
November 27-28, 2014
NOVOTEL Ambassador, Busan, Republic of Korea
Organized and Hosted by KINGS
In association with the IAEA technical meeting on
“the Engineering Impacts of the Fukushima Daiichi Accident”
In association with D2SRC on
“Decommissioning of Nuclear Power Plants”
1. BACKGROUND
Nuclear power technology and human resources development for nuclear power programs
has been identified as one of the main issues, as there is a need to construct and operate more
NPPs demanded around world, and to replace the nuclear power industry’s ageing workforce.
Consequently, the role of NPP engineering and educational institutions is very important to
meet industry needs.
2. OBJECTIVE
The objective of the symposium is to address issues regarding NPP technology and human
resource development, and to share technologies about design, construction, and maintenance
of NPPs through followings:
Better understating of common problems and issues regarding NPP technology and human
resources development
Identification of practical issues on construction and maintenance of nuclear power plants
Major roles of engineering and educational institutions to introduce and expand safe and
sustainable nuclear power around the world
3. THEMATIC SCOPE
The symposium will review the current state of technology and human resource development
in the nuclear area, including nuclear power education and training around the world. The
symposium will also address practical issues on design, construction, maintenance, and
advanced technologies on nuclear power plants. It is anticipated that the symposium will
identify and further explore policies and strategies needed regarding technical issues and
human resource development to support both the introduction and the expansion of nuclear
power programs.
4. MAIN PROGRAMS
The symposium will be composed of following programs:
Symposium Opening Ceremony
- Welcome Address by Dr. Goon-Cherl Park, the President at KEPCO International
Nuclear Graduate School (KINGS), Korea
- Congratulatory Addresses
Special Session
Special Session
Education for Human Resources on Nuclear Power Plants
Nov. 27th, 2014
10:50 – 11:50
Grand Ballroom
The Roadmap of Building & Developing the Human Capacity for New Build NPP
in UAE
by Dr. Mohamed A. Chookah, Executive HSE & Regulatory Affairs
Director, Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC), UAE
Team Project Approach to Engineering Education at KINGS University
by Prof. Seung-Jong Oh, Dean of Student Affairs, KEPCO International
Nuclear Graduate School (KINGS), Korea
* Group photos will be taken after the special session.
Technical Sessions
Technical Session I-1
NPP Human Resources Development
Nov. 27th, 2014
13:20 – 15:00
Grand Ballroom
Human Resources Development Strategy to Support the introduction of Nuclear
Power Program in Kenya
by Eric O. Ohaga (Kenya Power, Kenya), Edwin K. Chesire (Kenya
Nuclear Electricity Board, Kenya)
JAEA’s International Contribution for Nuclear Human Resource Development
by Akihide Hidaka, Kazuyuki Nakamura, Nobuyoshi Arai, Kiyonobu
Yamashita, Hiroyuki Murakami (Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan)
Systematic Approach to Training (SAT) for the design of Nuclear Power Plant
(NPP) Decommissioning Training in Korea
by Jeong-Keun Kwak, Bae-Joo Kim (KHNP HRDI, Korea)
Systems Engineering Curriculum for a Professional Nuclear Graduate School
Moving Beyond the Status Quo in Engineering Education
by David S. Kessel, Jae Cheon Jung (KINGS, Korea)
Technical Session I-2
NPP Deployment
Nov. 27th, 2014
13:20 – 15:00
Ballroom C
Preparation Approach for the South African Nuclear Expansion Programme
by G. Nothnagel, N. Matube (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation –
NECSA, South Africa)
Risk Management Framework for Nuclear Power Plant Construction Projects in
Developing Countries
by Yoonbae Cho (KEPCO, Korea), Taeryong Kim (KINGS, Korea)
The Choice of a Nuclear Power Plant Technology: A Newcomer’s Perspective
by James Keter Chumba (Radiation Protection Board, Kenya)
Probabilistic Economic Evaluation of APR1400 for Overseas Construction
by Dongun Kim (KEPCO, Korea), Myungsub Roh (KINGS, Korea)
Grid Reliability Assessment a Prerequisite for Nuclear Power Plant Acquisition
(NPP): A Case Study of Kenyan transmission Grid
by Kipkemoi Kibias (Kenya Power & Lighting Company Ltd., Kenya),
Chang Choong Koo (KINGS, Korea)
Technical Session II-1
Waste Management – I
Nov. 27th, 2014
15:30 – 17:10
Grand Ballroom
Managing Radioactive Waste Safely: The Delicate Balance Between Social and
Technical Issues
by Bill Lee (Imperial College London, UK)
Knowledge Preservation for Repository Systems
by Kevin A McMahon, Gordon J Appel, Moo Y Lee (Sandia National
Laboraties, USA)
The Radioactive Waste Management and Disposals in France
by Roberto Miguez (French National Agency for Radioactive Waste
Management - ANDRA, France)
Gas Migration in Low- and Intermediate-Level Waste Disposal Facility in Korea
by Jaechul Ha, Haeryong Jung, Joo Wan Park (KORAD, Korea)
Technical Session II-2
NPP Construction
Nov. 27th, 2014
15:30 – 17:10
Ballroom C
Evaluation of Aircraft Impact Analysis Methods for Safety of Nuclear Facilities
by Jaeha Lee (Korea Maritime & Ocean University, Korea), Rae-Young
Jung (KINS, Korea), Steven Kirkpatrick (Applied Research Associates,
USA)
Comparison of Nuclear Code for Concrete Structures in Major Countries
by Jee-Sang Kim (Seokyeong University, Korea)
An Investigation of the Shear Stress-Strain Characteristics of Nuclear Power
Plant Wall Elements with High Strength Materials
by Jae-Yeol Cho (Seoul National University, Korea), Seong-Cheol Lee
(KINGS, Korea), Gwang-Min Bae (Hyundai Engineering &
Construction Co. Ltd., Korea), Jae-Hyun Park (Seoul National
University, Korea)
Technical Session III-1
Waste Management – II
Nov. 28th, 2014
10:20 – 12:00
Grand Ballroom
A New Generation of Adsorbent Materials for Entrapping and Immobilizing
Highly Mobile Radionuclides
by Yifeng Wang, Huizhen Gao, Andy Miller, Phillip Pohl (Sandia National
Laboratories, USA)
Cast Stone cementitious waste form for immobilization of Hanford vitrification
wastes
by Chul-Woo Chung (Pukyung National University, Korea)
Spent Nuclear Fuel Management in the United Arab Emirates
by Y. Yi, H. Al Bloushi, S. Al Saadi, M. Al Ameri, P. Beeley (Khalifa
University, UAE)
AREVA "Sustainable Cycle Solutions"
by Caroline Drevon, Jean-Pierre Gros (AREVA, France)
Technical Session III-2
IAEA Technical Meeting (tentative)
Nov. 28th, 2014
10:20 – 12:00
Ballroom C
Technical Session IV-1
Innovative Design
Nov. 28th, 2014
13:20 – 15:20
Grand Ballroom
Methodology and Verification of Neutron Transport Code STREAM for Analysis
of Innovative Reactor Core Design
by Sooyoung Choi, Chidong Kong, Azamat Khassenov, Deokjung Lee
(UNIST, Korea)
Analysis of Steam Line Break Accident at Low-Flow Condition with
ASTRA/THALES Code
by Jooil Yoon, Beomjoon Jang, Sangweon Park (KNF, Korea)
Development of Core-Simulator
by Ho-Cheol Shin (CRI-KHNP, Korea)
Reactivity Management of AP1000 First Core with the BigT Burnable Absorber
by Mohd-Syukri Yahya, Yong-Hee Kim, Hyeong Heon Kim (KAIST, Korea)
Boron-Free SMR Core Design
by Ammar Bouabidi, Chang-Joo Hah (KINGS, Korea)
An Application of the BigT Burnable Absorber to OPR1000
by Hwan-Yeal Yu, Yong-Hee Kim (KAIST, Korea)
Technical Session IV-2
Dynamic PSA
Nov. 28th, 2014
13:20 – 15:00
Ballroom C
Comparison of Dynamic PSA with static PSA in System Reliability Analysis
Viewpoint
by Man-Cheol Kim (Chung-Ang University, Korea)
Risk Effect of Operator Action Timing on the Mitigation of Total Loss of
Feedwater Accident
by Hyun Gook Kang (KAIST, Korea)
Two more presentations will be added.
Technical Session V
Decontamination & Decommissioning Safety Research Center
(D2SRC)
Nov. 28th, 2014
13:20 – 15:00
Ballroom C
Future Challenges in Decommissioning and Radiological Protection at Korean
Nuclear Power Plants
by Hee Geun Kim (CRI-KHNP, Korea)
Experience with Decommissioning and Decommissioning Licensing
Procedures in Germany
by Jens U. Schmollack, Hui Chang Yang, Bruno Kuckartz (TÜ V, Germany)
Two more presentations will be added.
Banquet
- All participants are welcomed to the evening banquet on November 27th, 2014.
5. SCHEDULE
Time
Nov. 27
Nov. 28
9:00~10:00
Registration
Registration
Opening Ceremony
10:20~12:00
Special Session
Group Photo
12:00~13:20
13:20~15:00
15:00~15:30
15:30~17:10
Lunch
(not complimentary)
Human
Resources
Development
NPP
Deployment
Coffee Break
Waste
Management
I
NPP
Construction
17:10~18:00
-
18:00~20:00
Banquet
(Complimentary)
Waste
Management
II
IAEA TM*
(tentative)
Lunch
(not complimentary)
Innovative
Design
Dynamic
PSA
Coffee Break
D2SRC
* In association with the IAEA technical meeting for “the Engineering Impacts of the
Fukushima Daiichi Accident” (tentative)
6. REGISTRATION
Symposium registration fees include admission to all specific programs, banquet, CD for
proceedings, and refreshments.
Registration Fee
USD
KRW
General
300
300,000
Students
100
100,000
The receipt for payment will be provided at the symposium venue. Also, it will be possible to
email the electronic receipt if required. Early registration is strongly recommended for
smooth operation of the symposium.
Registration fee can be paid through one of the following methods:
1) Wire Transfer (Available by November 21, 2014)
You can use the wire transfer method to pay the registration fee by November 21, 2014.
Please return the registration form to [email protected] with the date of remittance after
transferring the registration fee so that your payment can be checked. The sender’s name for
wire transfer should be identical to the name or the organization on the registration form.
Following bank information is for senders to remit the payment to KINGS electronically:
Bank Name: Kook-min bank
Swift Code: CZNBKRSE
Bene’s A/C No: 666837-04-000132
Beneficiary’s Name: KINGS
Bank Address: Kook-min bank, 81 Daera-ri, Gijang-eup, Gijang-gun, Busan, Korea
Beneficiary Address: 658-91 Haemaji-ro, Seosaeng-myeon, Ulju-gun, Ulsan, Korea
2) Credit Card (Available only at the venue)
Please fill the registration form and send it to [email protected] Credit cards will be
available at the symposium venue only, but early registration is strongly recommended for
smooth operation of the symposium. The registration fee made by credit cards at the venue
will be calculated in KRW.
3) Cash at the symposium venue (Available only at the venue)
Cash is acceptable at the symposium venue only, but early registration is strongly
recommended for smooth operation of the symposium.
7. SYMPOSIUM VENUE
The symposium will be held at Novotel Ambassador, Busan, South Korea. Details about the
venue can be found at the following hotel website:
https://novotel.ambatel.com/busan/main.amb
Those who are coming from America, Europe, Asia and other countries may come via
Gimhae International Airport (PUS) or Busan KTX (high speed train) Station. It takes about
one hour from the airport, and 45 minutes from the KTX station by taxi.
Haeundae, Busan
8. WORKING LANGUAGE
The symposium will be conducted in English. No interpretation will be provided.
9. CONTACT INFORMATION
For more detailed information, please visit at the symposium website (http://www.kings.ac.kr)
The following information is for your questions and requests regarding the symposium:
Symposium Email
Prof. Chang-Lak Kim
Technical Program Chair
[email protected]
+82-52-712-7333
Prof. Seong-Cheol Lee
[email protected]
+82-52-712-7319
[email protected]
NPP Technology & Human Resources Development
NOVOTEL Ambassador, Busan, Republic of Korea
November 27-28, 2014
REGISTRATION FORM
Please return the completed form by email to [email protected]
Attendee Information
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□ Ms.
□ Dr.
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Registration Fee
Registration fees include: admission to all specific programs, banquet, CD for proceedings, and
refreshments.
Fee (USD)
Fee(KRW)
General
300
300,000
Students
100
100,000
Fee payment method
: □ Credit Card
Card : ( □ Visa
□ MasterCard
□ Amex )
Card Number:________________________________________
Expiry date:________________________________
□ Wire transfer* (Due date: November 21, 2014)
*Special instructions for wire transfer through the KINGS are on the following page.
*The sender’s name for wire transfer should be identical to the name or the organization on this
registration form.
Signature:_________________________________________
NPP Technology & Human Resources Development
NOVOTEL Ambassador, Busan, Republic of Korea
November 27-28, 2014
Wire Transfer Instructions
Following bank information is for senders to remit the payment to the KINGS electronically until
November 21, 2014:
Bank Name :
Kook-Min bank
Swift Code :
CZNBKRSE
Bank Address :
Bene’s A/C No :
81, Daera-ri, Gijang-eup, Gijang-gun, Busan, South Korea
666837-04-000132
Beneficiary’s Name :
KINGS
Beneficiary Address :
658-91 Haemaji-ro,, Seosaeng-myeon, Ulju-gun, Ulsan, Republic of Korea
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