Nuclear Knowledge Management

Technical Meeting to Review the International Nuclear Management Academy’s Requirements for Master’s Degree Programmes in Nuclear Management

28–31 July 2015, Trieste, Italy

The managers working in the nuclear sector are typically engineers with little or no formal management education. Currently, few postgraduate degree programmes are available that focus on the management aspects of nuclear technology, science and engineering. However, effective management is critical throughout the nuclear technology life cycle in order to achieve and maintain a high level of safety and economics.

Working Documents


The purpose of INMA John de Grosbois, IAEA
INMA framework – the whole picture and all the elements Fumio Adachi, IAEA
INMA peer review assessment process Andrei Kosilov, MEPhI
INMA endorsement process & INMA logos Fumio Adachi, IAEA
NKM activities and services John de Grosbois, IAEA
INMA Virtual Nuclear University Fumio Adachi, IAEA
CLP4NET (Cyber Learning Platform for Nuclear Education and Training) Martin Vojtela, IAEA
Letter from METI Hiroya Hirose,
METI Japan
Participants expectation on INMA implementation and ideas about introducing INMA programmes at own universities:  
   Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Yong Hoon Jeong
   Chulalongkom University Sunchai Nilsuwankosit
   Khalifa University Philip Beeley
   Tsinghua University Lei Shi
   University of Pitesti Dumitru Chirlesan
   Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute Seyed Javad Ahmadi
Expectation on INMA Implementation:  
Nikolay Geraskin,
Yury Volvok
   University of Jordan Mahmoud Jaghoub
   Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Khaidzir bin Hamzah
   Vietnam Atomic Energy Institute Thomas Gysel,
Thi Thu Trang Pham
   Rosatom Elena Naglibina
Mandatory, Recommended, or Applicable for each of Competencies John de Grosbois, IAEA