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International Conference on Nuclear Knowledge Management: Strategies, Information Management and Human Resource Development

7-10 September 2004, Saclay, France

Session 4: Human Resources for the Nuclear Sector

Oral Presentations

  • Nuclear education in Russia: status, peculiarities, problems and perspectives
    Mr. B. N. Onykii (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (State University))
    email: bno@mephi.ru
    fulltext: abstract 
    paper no: 04/O/01
    Russia
  • Human resources in the United States of America
    Mr. J. Gutteridge/Mr. Gilbert Brown (University of Massachusetts Lowell)
    email: gilbert_brown@uml.edu
    fulltext: abstract 
    paper no: 04/O/02
    United States of America
  • International collaboration for nuclear competence building
    Mr. T. Haapalehto (OECD)
    email: Timo.haapalehto@oecd.org
    fulltext: abstract 
    paper no: 04/O/03
    OECD/Nuclear Energy Agency
  • The Big Bang - XML Expanding the Information Universe U.K.
    Mr. S. Rutt (STATS-NNC Limited)
    email: stephen.rutt@stats-nnc.co.uk
    fulltext: abstract  full paper 
    paper no: 04/O/04
    United Kingdom
  • Nuclear education and training in Lithuania in the context of EU accession
    Mr. S. Ziedelis (Kaunas University of Technology (KTU))
    email: Stanislovas.Ziedelis@ktu.lt
    fulltext: abstract  full paper  PPT presentation
    paper no: 04/O/05
    Lithuania
  • Preservation and enhancement of nuclear knowledge towards Indonesia’s plan to operate first nuclear power plant by 2016
    Ms. Ardisasmita (National Nuclear Energy Agency)
    email: syamsa@batan.go.id
    fulltext: abstract  full paper  PPT presentation
    paper no: 04/O/06
    Indonesia
  • Assuring nuclear safety education into the 21st century in Sweden
    Mr. G. Löwenhielm (Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate)
    email: gustof.lowenhielm@ski.se
    fulltext: abstract  full paper  PPT presentation
    paper no: 04/O/07
    Sweden
  • Addressing ageing of the workforce issues by enabling knowledge management systems with social networks analysis capabilities
    Mr. I. Perisic (Entopia, Inc)
    email: iperisic@entopia.com
    fulltext: abstract 
    paper no: 04/O/08
    United States of America

Poster Presentations

Posters will be displayed on Wednesday, 8 September and on Thursday, 9 September 2004 from 9:00 until appr. 30 min after the end of the programme of that day jointly for all sessions held during that day. Locations will be identified on the conference site; the maximum poster size is width: 870 mm, height: 1170 mm. Authors of posters are requested to be present near their respective poster panels during breaks (coffee, lunch) and at the end of each day to answer questions.

  • The nuclear department, Royal Naval School of Marine Engineering- provision of nuclear education and training to the naval nuclear propulsion programme and beyond
    Mr. K. R. Trethewey
    email: re_dnst@dial.pipex.com
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/01
    United Kingdom
  • Replacing nuclear staff: the proactively work at IPEN/CNEN-SP
    Ms. M. Pupak (Energy and Nuclear Research Institute – IPEN)
    email: mopupak@ipen.br
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/02
    Brazil
  • Development of the system for academic training of personnel engaged in nuclear material protection control and accounting in Russia
    Mr. E. F. Kryuchkov (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (State University))
    email: efk@nr.mephi.ru
    fulltext: abstract 
    poster no: 04/P/03
    Russia
  • Students education and training for Slovak NPP
    Mr. J. Lipka (Slovak University of Technology)
    email: Lipka@elf.stuba.sk
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/04
    Slovakia
  • Development of nuclear education and specialists training in the Republic of Kazakhstan
    Mr. K. Namazkulova (Kazakhstan Center of Nuclear Technology Safety)
    email: inis@atom.almaty.kz
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/05
    Kazakhstan
  • Propositions of nuclear issue education for teachers and students
    Mr. J. Turlo (The Institute of Physics, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun)
    email: jturlo@phys.uni.torun.pl
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/06
    Poland
  • About opportunity and advantages of adaptation the system of education of experts on atomic engineering specialty in Odessa Polytechnic University to the European System of Education
    Mr. A. Mazurenko (Odessa National Polytechnic University)
    email: anton@maz.intes.odessa.ua
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/07
    Ukraine
  • Young generation in Romanian nuclear system – Romanian nuclear organizations implication in nuclear knowledge management at University “Politehnica” of Bucharest - results and expectations.
    Ms. E. N. Ghizdeanu (University “POLITEHNICA” of Bucharest)
    email: ngh@cne.pub.ro
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/08
    Romania
  • Building an integrated nuclear engineering and nuclear science human resources pipeline at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory
    Ms. A. Sneed (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL))
    email: sneea@inel.gov
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/09
    United States of America
  • The quest for nuclear technology and the challenges of knowledge management in Nigeria
    Mr. A. Mundu (Energy Commission of Nigeria)
    email: ecn@hyperia.com
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/10
    Nigeria
  • Nuclear knowledge development in Armenia
    Mr. A. Gevorgyan (Department of Atomic Energy Ministry of Energy)
    email: atomen@freenet.am
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/11
    Armenia
  • The need for nuclear knowledge management and human resources development in the nuclear technology in a least developed country: The Haiti case.
    Mr. A. Belfort (Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
    email: azad59_2009@yahoo.fr
    fulltext: abstract 
    poster no: 04/P/12
    Haiti
  • ISCTN: Cuban strategy for preserving, reproducing and developing of the nuclear knowledge
    Mr. E. Hardy (Higher Institute of Technologies and Applied Sciences)
    email: lauren@info.isctn.edu.cu
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/13
    Cuba
  • Ukraine government support and international cooperation for nuclear knowledge management
    Mr. I. Kadenko (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv)
    email: insc_office@univ.kiev.au
    fulltext: abstract 
    poster no: 04/P/14
    Ukraine
  • Towards building nuclear competence of radiation protection specialists
    Mr. A. Timoshchenko (International Sakharov Environmental University)
    email: tim@iseu.by
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/15
    Belarus
  • The activities of the Institute of Nuclear Physics and Uzbekistan INIS centre on attracting a young generation into the nuclear area
    Ms. Kadirova (Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences)
    email: kadyrova@inp.uz
    fulltext: abstract 
    poster no: 04/P/16
    Uzbekistan
  • Raising public awareness of nuclear science in action
    Mr. L. Dobrzynski (The Soltan Institute for Nuclear Studies)
    email: ludwik@ipj.gov.pl
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/17
    Poland
  • Human resources for the nuclear sector in the Republic of Niger
    Mr. S. Hassane (Ministry of Mines and Energy)
    email: hassane010158@yahoo.fr
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/18
    Niger Republic
  • Nurture of human resources for geological repository program
    Mr. A. Fujiwara (Radioactive Waste Management Funding and Research Center (RWMC), Japan)
    email: fujiwara@rwmc.or.jp
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/19
    Japan
  • Development of NPP personnel training system in Ukraine
    Mr. V. Tarykin
    email: tarykinv@ukr.net
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/20
    Ukraine
  • Human resource development progress to sustain nuclear science and technology applications in Cameroon
    Mr. A. Simo (Technical Adviser to the Minister of Scientific & Technical Research - Yaounde)
    email: asimo@camnet.cm
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/22
    Cameroon
  • Evaluation of personnel knowledge and environmental cognition and its impact on radiological and nuclear safety culture in Egypt’s nuclear installations (to be confirmed)
    Mr. A. A. Gadalla
    email: Cairomody_fox6@hotmail.com
    poster no: 04/P/23
    Egypt
  • Course modules on nuclear safeguards and non-proliferation
    Mr. L-V Bril (European Commission, Joint Research Center)
    email: louis-victor.bril@jrc.it
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    poster no: 04/P/24
    EC

Virtual Presentations

This web based session comprises papers which have been accepted by the conference Scientific Committee, but which could not be presented by the author during the conference. The papers are included and made available through this web based session as an additional information resource as a part of the International Conference on Nuclear Knowledge Management.

  • Required courses for nuclear graduate programs - could one fit for all?
    Mr. A. A. Canella (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais)
    email: avelara@cdtn.br
    fulltext: abstract  full presentation
    paper no: 04/WBS/01
    Brazil