The Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) and the Nuclear Damage Compensation and Decommissioning Facilitation Corporation (NDF) are organising an international workshop on the characterisation of large quantities of unconventional and legacy waste. The event will take place in Iwaki, Japan on 31 August - 1 September 2022.
This workshop builds on the work of the NEA Expert Group on Characterisation Methodology of Unconventional and Legacy Waste (EGCUL) and its report Management of Radioactive Waste after a Nuclear Power Plant Accident published in 2020. The workshop aims at supporting the progress of the clean-up of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
The workshop will convene participants from various fields of expertise in the areas of radioactive waste management, decommissioning, nuclear science and development, as well as young professionals, communication experts and researchers.
The workshop will include presentations from former members of the EGCUL, advances and new case studies from several countries, as well as three panel and discussion sessions:
Registration form: http://www.oecd-nea.org/confdb/confdb/conf?id=545
Please submit a signed consent form by attaching it to the registration form.
Iwaki Business Innovation Center (LATOV 6F)
120 Taira Tamachi, Iwaki city, Fukushima, Japan
tel: +81 0246-21-7570 Web: http://iwaki-sansoukan.com/
300 meters from JR Iwaki station (direct access from a pedestrian deck)
Please wear a mask and keep physical distance at the venue.
The NEA Secretariat and the Programme Committee are collaborating on the preparation of this workshop. Programme Committe members are listed below.
|HARDY, Steve Mr||NDA, UK|
|KATO, Kazuyuki Mr||NDF, Japan|
TAKENOUCHI, Daisuke Mr
|TADESSE, Rebecca Ms||NEA|
|BRANDAUER, Martin Mr||NEA|
|MAEHASHI, Yuko Ms||NEA|
The 6th International Forum on the Decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (IFD6) - 28-29 August 2022
EGCUL final report Characterisation Methodology for Unconventional and Legacy Waste
Publication: Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident, Ten Years On. Progress, Lessons and Chalenges
Martin BRANDAUER; Yuko MAEHASHI