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[en] At the stage of giving technology, we should provide the high quality education more strategically as a means of confrontation to ensure proliferation and expert of the technical strengths. This study established the mid/long term policy to cope actively with the changing international circumstances in nuclear education and provide competitive education contents. Accordingly, we can have the initiative providing differentiated nuclear education programme. As a prerequisite to advancement of systematic education and training, this study presents a course design system reflecting requirements from all steps of SAT. To play an important role in exchange and spread the nuclear knowledge, we loaded the education contents developed in this study to 'ANENT' local learning system. And this study developed 6 education programme of the KAERI's technical strengths involved in 'Global Nuclear R and D Academy'. The methodology of demand and supply of nuclear workforce studied in this year expected to be applied to the entire manpower planning of the institute in 2015. According to the institute's own duty, the result of education should be connected directly to the management performance to realize the key policy of administration, 'creative economy'. As a result, we should secure the virtuous circle of manpower training and guidance technology development and also serve the country by promoting R and D result diffusion and raising brand awareness of institute by educating in technical strengths.
[en] The one or few nucleon transfer reaction has been a great tool for investigating the single-particle properties of a nucleus. Both stable and exotic beams are utilized to study transfer reactions in normal and inverse kinematics, respectively. Because many energy levels of the heavy recoil from the two-body nuclear reaction can be populated by using a single beam energy, identifying each populated state, which is not often trivial owing to high level-density of the nucleus, is essential. For identification of the energy levels, a visualized kinematics code called VISKIN has been developed by utilizing the Java programming language. The development procedure, usage, and application of the VISKIN is reported.
[en] The level structure of a radionuclide 23Mg has been studied by using the 24Mg(p, d) 23Mg one nucleon transfer reaction measurement for the astrophysical 19Ne(α, γ) 23Mg reaction rate. A 41 MeV proton beam was produced and accelerated at the 25 MV tandem accelerator of the Holifield Radioactive Ion Beam Facility of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the United States. The beam particles impinged on an isotopically-enriched 24Mg solid target. Angular distributions of recoiling deuterons were extracted by using a large area silicon strip detector array. By comparing the experimentally-obtained angular distributions with zero range distorted wave Born approximation calculations, spins and parities of three energy levels of 23Mg could be constrained for the first time, which is very important information needed to understand the 19Ne(α, γ) 23Mg reaction rate.
[en] A position-sensitive ionization chamber has been constructed and commissioned at the Physics Department of Sungkyunkwan University to extract position information on incident charged particles for future nuclear reaction measurements. By utilizing the newly-designed position-sensitive anodes and the previously-commissioned portable gas-filled ionization chamber by Chae et al., position information on incident particles could be obtained. The device was tested with an 241Am α-emitting source, and the standard deviation of the fitted Gaussian distribution was measured to be 1.76 mm when a collimator with a 2 mm hole was used.
[en] The goal of this project is to search the next generation equipments which will be expected future emerging market for radiation medical and industrial fields. From excavating of new technical items they will be cooked and integrated to have more perfect structure in conceptual design stage. These items will be connected to national strategy for creative economics. This project contains the 8 special programs developed for 4 big industries. - Radiation imaging system industry - Radiation therapy system industry - Radiation inspection system industry - Radiation generation system industry.
[en] ○ Establishment of analytical system using cold neutron PGAA/NDP and implementation of PGI measurement basis - Background reduction(1/10) by the development of anti-coincidence counting technique and the development of TOF-PGAA system - Evaluation of measurement capability of CN-PGAA system(B : < 0.1 ppm) - Enhancement of spectroscopy system for Neutron Depth Profile(NDP) - Evaluation of detection limit and analytical capability for major elements using NDP(depth resolution : 37 nm) - Monte Carlo simulation for the optimum design of PGI system - Development of PGI algorithm ○ Development of application technologies using integrated NAA - Analytical accuracy of reference materials using CN-PGAA : < 10% - Analysis of 20 elements such as major and rare earth elements in archaeological samples by NAA : accuracy < 15% - Establishment of provenance study for domestic stone heritage NAA - Study of correlation between elements in serum and blood pressure and blood sugar from normal person and dementia patient.
[en] For the education and training for nuclear industry personnel, some education and training programs including two regular programs, a model program for KAERI brand programs, and “Proton Accelerator Utilization Technology” program have been developed and implemented for the employees in the related industry. For the development of next generation human resources, the project has developed specialized education programs for the students from nuclear engineering departments and from nuclear related departments in universities, making the most use of experimental equipment and providing practical exercise with the research facilities which are particularly available at KAERI. Courses for technical expertise have been developed and offered for building capacity of the nuclear R and D staff members. Nuclear basic courses have been implemented for the government employees, middle school students and teachers for public acceptance of nuclear energy. Also, An education program on IT has been carried out for the KAERI neighboring community and field trips have been arranged for the public to improve their understanding on nuclear activities and related safety. A rest lounge has been renovated on the 2nd floor(rooftop) in the NTC building, the education environment has been improved by displaying some masterpieces in the NTC and INTEC buildings, and other decrepit facilities have been repaired. As the final outcome, the project has developed 2 new education programs for employees in nuclear industry, and also offered 30 courses to 3,081 people including 1,407 industry employees, 178 university students, 236 local residents, and 1.260 KAERI R and D staff members. The project offered the internship program to train 64 university students, 36 people started graduate course and doctoral course in cooperation with universities in 2015.
[en] Alpha resonant scattering is a simple and promising method to study α -cluster structure in nuclei. It has several good features which enable us to perform measurements with short-lived and relatively low-intense RI beams. Several measurements on alpha resonant scattering have been carried out at CRIB (CNS Radioactive Ion Beam separator), which is a low-energy RI beam separator at Center for Nuclear Study (CNS) of the University of Tokyo. Recent α resonant scattering studies at CRIB, using7Li,7Be and10Be beams with a helium gas target, are discussed. (paper)