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[en] In this study, KAERI's role, expected changes of KAERI's management environments and its implementational directions, strategical direction of nuclear R and D, and KAERI's future vision and sustainable growth strategies beyond the up-to date successful achievements were analysed. The purpose of this study is investigating recent rapid changes of KAERI's political and management environments to establish future vision and growth strategies of KAERI in the 21st centuries. KAERI has performed its' mission as a government funded research organization successfully and significantly contributed promotion of national nuclear industry and capabilities through manpower development and self-reliance of nuclear power technologies and academic advancement in the fields of nuclear energy. That way, it has contributed to supply stable energy and develop economy and industry as well. In order to respond properly to newly emerged missions, integral and systematic institutional efforts are required to secure more research findings from the central and local Government and industries as well. High-quality human resources having creative expertise, experiences and skills are pre-requisite for securing competitiveness of nuclear technologies and industries. So it is essential to request the Governmental support and establish the manpower development plan in long term bases. KAERI is now standing at the turning moment to take off from the catch-up strategy of the advanced nuclear technologies (KAERI 1.0) into the innovative and creative vision and challenges, that is to say, KAERI 2.0, to establish an new technological culture, respond to social requirements and seek the international leading role
[en] This study aimed to provide professionals in humanities and social sciences, not only nuclear, with a place for communication by establishing a website of Atomic Energy Commission and people with a place for participation which help the nuclear policy reflect public opinions. By establishing the website of Atomic Energy Commission, experts (including those in humanities and social sciences) can suggest policy agenda and public opinions can be suggested through the place for public participation. Also the website should restrict on indiscreet search by separating sections only for experts and provide experts with a section for active and creative debate on nuclear policy. All the accessible meeting agenda and minutes have been chronologically organized and the findings of the committee have been announced to share with people concerning nuclear policy. In terms of the effective operation of Atomic Energy Commission, research has been conducted for standing committee, regular meeting, activating the commission through system change and expert committee in addition to support for the 2nd meeting of Atomic Energy Committee and the 31st Nuclear Expert Committee. Activation measures to improve the operating system of the commission is proposed as following; changing of the commission's chairman operating system, standing commission regular meeting, activation of subcommittee and expanding and diversifying of agenda
[en] 1. Objectives ○ The Comparison and Research on Nuclear Related Laws System of Northeast Countries ○ The Analysis on Nuclear Related Laws System of Northeast Countries (China, Formosa, Japan, North Korea and Korea) 2. Scope and Contents of the Project ○ The investigation and comparison on nuclear related laws and statutes of countries in the Northeast area(China, Japan, Formosa, North Korea, Korea) ○ It ids necessary to study the change and tendency of legal philosophy in order to understand nuclear related laws of countries in the Northeast area and general conditions of the Northeast area countries. 3.Results and Proposal of Application ○ Exploration of detailed cooperation methods for the progress of nuclear legal system between Northeast Asia countries on the basis of the analysis through the change on nuclear related laws of Northeast Asia countries ○ The analysis for nuclear development and usage circumstances of Northeast Asia countries and the revision of nuclear related laws according to the change on the nuclear safety of every countries after Fukushima nuclear accident. The preparation of unification of Korea in the future through legal system of China and North Korea.
[en] Recently, the reform of nuclear legal system requires the adaptation of the new paradigm while the use of nuclear revitalize in domestic and global society. In this study, we investigated the relationship of nuclear legal system and related laws in Korea, and compared with the administration and legal system of nuclear in major developed countries. And we suggested the representative factors of the environmental changes related to atomic act in Korea recently. The major contents of the atomic energy law in order to meet the new environment of nuclear are following as; - the items for nuclear law presented intermediate and long term basic direction of the national nuclear policy with binding authority. - the items for the efficient support of nuclear R and D - the items for efficient regulation of nuclear reactor - the items for efficient regulation of nuclear fuel cycle - the items for strict radiation protection - the items for the export support of the nuclear technology including the nuclear power plant and etc. - the items for the support of processing and disposal facilities of high level radioactive waste - the items for the nuclear spent fuel policy of transparency and the clear decision-making structure
[en] Main aim is to prevent major business risk and promote export of nuclear technology. In order to achieve the goal, we studied international law and Legislation regarding nuclear construction industry of the JRTR(Jordan), the OYSTER(Netherlands), PALLAS research reactor contracts, CRADA(model contract of U.S national research institute), WFO research development contract, and prospective the SMART importing countries’ local legislation. This study project may provide a solution to legal risks of overseas research business. In the long-term, it will secure contract safety and contribute implementation of creative economy.
[en] This study was carried out as a part of institutional activities of KAERI. Major research area are as follows; Future directions and effects for national nuclear R and D to be resulted from restructuring of electricity industry are studied. Comparative study was carried out between nuclear energy and other energy sources from the point of views of environmental effects by introducing life cycle assessment(LCA) method. Japanese trends of reestablishment of nuclear policy such as restructuring of nuclear administration system and long-term plan of development and use of nuclear energy are also investigated, and Russian nuclear development program and Germany trends for phase-out of nuclear electricity generation are also investigated. And trends of the demand and supply of energy in eastern asian countries in from the point of view of energy security and tension in the south china sea are analyzed and investigation of policy trends of Vietnam and Egypt for the development and use of nuclear energy for the promotion of nuclear cooperation with these countries are also carried out. Due to the lack of energy resources and high dependence of imported energy, higher priority should be placed on the use of localized energy supply technology such as nuclear power. In this connection, technological development should be strengthened positively in order to improve economy and safety of nuclear energy and proliferation resistance of nuclear fuel cycle and wide ranged use of radiation and radioisotopes and should be reflected in re-establishment of national comprehensive promotion plan of nuclear energy in progress
[en] Main Contents of this study are following that International contracts relating with International nuclear collaborative study and technology cooperation are analysed, and this study included recommendation under analysis of international compensation agreement and for nuclear damage. Legal character of the Korea government's declaration on peaceful use of nuclear energy is reviewed under legal concept of enforceability. It is analysed that the trends such as extending of nuclear power plant market, strong competition of diverse nuclear types, the China's nuclear energy vision, and price increase of uranium and enrichment service. Moreover, as a nuclear environmental aspect, nuclear environmental effect evaluation under life cycles assessment methods is analyzed as well
[en] This study targeted researching a main character of intellectual property and response strategy regarding a nuclear research reactor project in the ANSI region. The study shows that each member country of the ANSI has its own registering system of patent and other intellectual property. Moreover, we confirmed that there was no previously registered patent in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia that have an intent to import research reactor. As a result of this study we suggest that registering patent relating a nuclear research reactor not only in potential importing countries but also in major nuclear countries are preferable because this approach is a more basic strategy for technology and market protection. Although major nuclear country or company has own essential or unique patent regarding nuclear side, our registering that type of patent to potential importing countries is also valid for banning rival company's intrusion to the market and get a better position for negotiation with importing country as first register of intellectual property keeps a priority in the country
[en] The Korean Government hosted RCARO and is operating since 2002. And There are many kinds of political and diplomatic obstacles despite of the Korean Government’s efforts to raise the legal status of RCARO as an international organization. In order to secure legal status of RCARO as an an international organization and its sustainable promotion and operation, it is essential to review the discussion and decisions in RCA’s policy and relevant meetings and to establish future implementing directions and strategies for securing an international legal status of RCARO The objective of this study is to review current status of RCA Regional Office and expecting changes of IAEA/RCA programme, and establish the implementing directions and strategies for securing of the status of the RCA Regional Office(RCARO) as an international organization. The contents and scope of this study are as follows;, ○ Analysis of major politic and diplomatic obstacles and decisions adopted in RCA policy meetings and implemented actions by the Korean Government and RCARO in the past for securing an international legal status of RCARO. ○ Preparation of revision draft of RCA Agreement for securing an international legal status of RCARO. - analysis of ratification of revised RCA agreement of RCA member countries including congressional ratification and political process - case study of hosting international organizations in Korea, Korean status in the international community ○ Case study of Korean ODA project in field of nuclear energy and its potential for facilitating them for RCARO activity ○ The establishment of implementation directions and strategies for raising of the status of RCARO as an international organization. As science and technology leads modern social progress international communities including economic, industrial growth and security, international and diplomatic cooperation of science and technology becomes utmost important. IAEA has been supporting the promotion of safety and use of nuclear energy for the IAEA Member States through the technical cooperative program and regional cooperative projects. The RCA, one of the regional cooperative agreements under auspice of IAEA, was established in 1972, has been contributing to the development of the Member States as well as solution of social issues and economic growth in the region and has been evaluated as the successful model of the regional cooperation. Korean Government decided the hosting of RCA Regional Office (RCARO) as a part of hosting effort of international organization and the first case in field of nuclear energy and is supporting its operation. Since established in 2002, RCARO has been strengthening the its mission and activities given by RCA through the active support of Korean Government and RCA Member States and its role and achievements were evaluated successfully. On the other hand, international legal status of RCARO was not secured due to absence of mandatory clause, that is, establishing legal base of regional office, in the agreement of the RCA and it has been become as major obstacles in implementation of mission and activities and progress and growth of RCARO. The securement of international legal status of RCARO becomes a key factor in the establishing and strengthening of nuclear cooperation basis in the Asia-Pacific Region as national and international level. The revision of 1987 RCA agreement is essentially necessary to secure international legal status of RCARO as the first step and could be facilitated with prerequisite of consensus and support of RCA Member States and IAEA, which require the strengthening of role and capacities of RCARO and more active and expanded support of Korean Governments. RCARO could not take the leading role in revision of RCA agreement by itself. It needs the concerted supports from relevant Korean governments such as diplomatic actions, legal, political and financial supports. The expansion of manpower and budget of RCARO are indispensable and should be supported in facilitating revision of the agreement, securement of international legal status, meeting the demand of RCA member states and capacity building and upgrade of RCARO.
[en] This study was carried out as a part of institutional activities of KAERI. This study suggested the effective and systematic alternatives for the development of domestic industry through nuclear long-term R and D program while timely responding to the environmental change in local and global sense. First of all, this study investigated the current status and prospect of nuclear power supply, the global technological change of nuclear fuel cycle, the nuclear policy changes of major countries and the role of nuclear energy in East Asian countries. Second, some policy alternatives are suggested in association with the role of national R and D in enhancing industrial competitiveness, the effective management of nuclear long-term R and D program to facilitate technological innovation and the way to enlarge the utilization of nuclear R and D results and radiation technology