Best Poster Awards
Awards Presenter: J. Cooley, IAEA
- Session 7:
Safeguards Implementation - State Experiences, our winner comes from Burkina Faso, and is the head of their Radiation Protection division in the Ministry of Environment.
Desire Belemsaga - "Burkina Faso Experience in Establishing and Maintaining an SSAC".
- Session 8:
Safeguards Capability Development - our winner comes from Japan, in the Nuclear Safety Division of the Science and Technology Policy Bureau within MEXT.
Naohito Kimura - "Integrated Support Center for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Security for Asia".
- Session 9:
Indicators, Forensics and Environmental Sampling, our winner is from Finland, working in the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK).
Sakari Ihantola - "Screening Samples with a Position-Sensitive Detection System providing Isotope-Specific Information".
- Session 18:
Information Driven Safeguards, our winner comes from the Agency, currently working in Safeguards Concepts and Planning after several years in Operations.
Eva Gyane - "Information Driven Safeguards - A Country Officer's Perspective".
- Session 19:
Safeguards by Design - our winning presenter comes from Canada, working in the Security and Safeguards Directorate within the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.
Tom Ellacott - "Safeguards by Design - the Canadian Experience".
- Session 20:
Safeguards Concepts and Approaches, our winner comes from the United States, working in the National Security Directorate at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Christopher Orton - "Enrichment Assay methods for a UF6 Cylinder Verification Station".
- Session 30:
Measurements, our winner is from the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission
Nicole Erdmann - "COMPUCEA - 2nd Generation Performance Evaluation".
- Session 31:
Monitoring Techniques for Safeguards, our winner comes from the European Commission, Directorate General for Energy
Peter Schwalbach - "On Site Laboratories of Euratom - Ten Years of Excellent Results and Time to Renew".
- Session 32:
Advancements in Containment and Surveillance, our winner is from the United States, working at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Faranak Nekoogar - "Ultra Wideband Radio Frequency Identification for Safeguards Applications".