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The World Institute for Nuclear Security (WINS) is pleased to announce an International Workshop on the Security of Small Modular Reactors that will take place at Arcotel Kaiserwasser in Vienna, Austria, from 5 - 6
The purpose of this workshop was to review and discuss all security matters related to the design, commissioning and operation of Small Modular Reactors including: 1. SMRs technologies and their impact on security
This workshop aimed at bringing together experts and leading thinkers in SMRs and security matters. Attendees were expected to meet their own costs for travel and accommodation. Workshop cost were met by WINS. No registration fee was required. This 2-day event targeted a group of 25 delegates and was organised in March 2019 in Vienna, Austria. We welcomed applications from the following:
The workshop was held in English. In line with WINS’ innovative approach to Best Practice workshops, this event was interactive and professionally facilitated. Several invited expert speakers gave presentations, and participants explored the topics and shared their experiences and lessons learned in breakout sessions. An instant electronic voting system was used to allow participants to provide their views anonymously on specific questions using electronic keypads. Discussions were subject to Chatham House rules (what was said can be reported, but not attributed).
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• Opening remarks - Roger Howsley (WINS)
• Security Considerations for SMRs - Riyaz Natha (Sandia National Laboratories, USA)
• The status of different SMR technologies and the role of the IAEA to support its Member States in SMR Technology Development - Frederik Reitsma (IAEA)
• Carem Project - Liliana Garrigo (National Atomic Energy Commission, Argentina)
• Security by Design - Eddie Marrett (Rolls Royce SMR, UK)
• Safety and Security Integration - Andrew Knight (Rolls Royce SMR, UK)
• Cyber Security and Insider Threat - Christopher Cope (National Nuclear Laboratories, UK)
• SMR Update and Fuel Cycle Security - Bhaskar Sur (Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, Canada)
• Transport Considerations for Fuel Cycle Material - Simon Chaplin (WNTI, UK)
• Rulemaking for Emergency Planning and Physical Security - Lap-Yan Cheng (Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA)
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