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[en] The main objective is the preservation and further development of expertise in the nuclear fields by higher Education & Training: • Promote and further develop the collaboration in nuclear education and training of students, researchers and professionals; • Ensure the quality of nuclear education and training; • Increase the attractiveness for engagement in the nuclear fields for students, researchers and professionals; • Promote life long learning and career development at post graduate or equivalent level
[en] Winning Hearts and Minds - What Can We Do? • STEM in the UK - In the ''nuclear grads'' graduate program: members have to do some STEM activities. • STEM sounds better with GAME - • ''Games are architecture for engagement'', Constance Steinkuelher, associate professor of Wisconsin Madison co director of GLS Center (Games+Learning+Society). • Grassroots campaign to restore trust in nuclear within children and young parents hearts and minds
[en] GIF Systems Development Phases: • Viability: – Basic concepts tested under relevant conditions and all potential technical show-stoppers identified and resolved. • Performance: – Engineering-scale processes, phenomena and materials capabilities verified and optimized under prototypical conditions. • Demonstration: – Detailed design finalized and licensing, construction and operation of the system are carried out, with the aim of bringing it to the commercial deployment stage.
[en] Radiation mapping, as an area engaged in the collection, analysis and cartographic presentation of information on the state of the radiation situation, is currently the key to solving a number of complex ecological problems in the context of the widespread dissemination of cost-effective nuclear energy. Radiation-chemical mapping is divided into several interconnected components, and its basis is the collection of data obtained by remote sensing in the process of continuously produced, statistical field and laboratory studies.
[en] Need of Nuclear security education: • Permanent loss of qualified staff; • Technology and procedures are developing very quickly; • Therefore, there is a rapidly growing need for highly qualified nuclear security experts at the national level
[en] The learning community can be the basis for knowledge to be created by continuous learning and sharing of the members, and thus to make changes in the organization: - KAERI CoL has been showing positive effects for three years at KAERI. - This is actively supporting the efforts and active participation of members in the learning community. Nevertheless, the remaining challenges for the learning community are as follows: - First, there should be a professional (integrated) support system for supporting the learning community. - Second, the learning community should expand into the learning fields associated with the nuclear energy field. - Finally. it is necessary to form a learning community that extends beyond the functional relationships to self-directed learners based on the nature of the learning community
[en] The Uranium Mining and Remediation Exchange Group (UMREG) was founded in 1993 from a series of meeting between experts from Governments of the USA and Germany who shared a common challenge in having to deal with the remediation of uranium production facilities that were, in part, a legacy of the Cold War era. Before too long it became apparent that other nations shared the same remediation issues and so the group became more international. In time the meetings included some of the Central Asian countries where uranium processing had been abandoned after 1989 at the time of the dissolution of the former Soviet Union. UMREG had no permanent source of funds and the meetings were often held as adjuncts to other, major, technical meetings and conferences. The association between UMREG and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has been a long one and has resulted in two important outcomes: the production of a monograph of selected UMREG papers, published in 2011; and the incorporation of UMREG into the program of the Agency’s uranium production cycle activities within the IAEA Department of Nuclear Energy. The history and plans of UMREG are briefly set out in the paper. (author)
[en] Partnership with Industry: • Modules designed in partnership with industry; • External Advisory Board; • Industry location for projects; • Short-fat delivery optimised for industry; • Industry lecturers support the programme; • CPD income supports full-time students; • Industry recruitment of NTEC students is the real test
[en] Conclusion: • KHNP CRI shared and expands the personal or organizational technical capabilities through the learning organization. • Award needs an improvement - excellent performance learning organization award will be added. • New learning organization will be launched for senior members in the wage peak system to transfer their experiences and technical knowledge to junior researchers according to the KHNP-CRI Succession Plan
[en] A series of mini drawings illustrates how nuclear energy outperforms other energy sources in terms of the minimization of carbon releases, the steel consumption per MWh, the sparing of natural resources, the protection of bio-diversity and the air quality. (A.C.)