Session 1

FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI ACCIDENT — CAUSES,
ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC EFFECTS

08:30 - 09:10

OPENING AND WELCOME

08:00 - 09:00

Registration

THURSDAY,  15 November 2012

WEDNESDAY,  14 November 2012

18:00 - 19:30

Registration

09:10 - 10:10

1  Zoran V. STOSIC and Tea BILIC–ZABRIC  (Chair and Co-Chair of the Programme Committee)

Session 2

ROLE OF THE MEDIA, PUBLIC COMMUNICATION AND OPINION

Session 3

AUTHORITIES’ ACTIONS

1  Ignacio ARALUCE  (Director of WANO Paris Centre — World Association of Nuclear
    Operators
)
   
“ENSURING SAFE AND RELIABLE NUCLEAR FUTURE IN EUROPE”

Session 5

RESPONSE AND COMMITMENT OF NUCLEAR INDUSTRY

Session 6

ENHANCEMENT OF PROTECTIVE MEASURES
REGARDING UNEXPECTED EVENTS

1  Stane ROZMAN  (President of the Management Board NEK — Nuclear Power Plant Krsko,
    Slovenia)
   
”SAFETY UPGRADE PROGRAM OF THE NUCLEAR POWER PLANT KRSKO”

Session 4

NUCLEAR POWER,
PHASE-OUT AND ATTITUDE TOWARDS NEW BUILD

Session 7

Session 8

ENERGY SECTOR,
NUCLEAR DRIVERS AND SUSTAINABILITY OF ENERGY MIX

CURRENT STATUS AND
PROSPECTS OF NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGIES

FRIDAY,  16 November 2012

11:00 - 12:30

14:00 - 16:00

16:30 - 19:00

10:10 - 11:00

12:30 - 14:00

Lunch Time

08:30 - 10:30

11:00 - 13:00

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee Break

14:30 - 16:00

13:00 - 14:30

Lunch Time

16:00 - 16:30

Coffee Break

16:30 - 19:00

Coffee Break with INTERVIEW SESSION

1  Anders JACKSON  (President and CEO of STUDSVIK AB, Sweden)
   
“COST EFFECTIVE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY DECOMMISSIONING — A
    PLATFORM FOR SUSTAINABLE NUCLEAR ENERGY”

1  Kristina CELIC  (Director of Energy Sector, Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Croatia)
    “SUSTAINABLE ENERGY MIX — CASE CROATIA”

2  Luc VAN HULLE  (Vice President EMEA Marketing at WESTINGHOUSE, Belgium)
   
”AP1000 — LEARNING FROM THE PAST, REALIZING THE PRESENT AND RESEARCHING
    FOR THE FUTURE”

1  Ludger MOHRBACH  (Head of Competence Centre Nuclear Power Plants at VGB PowerTech,
    Germany)
   
”ORIGINS OF THE FUKUSHIMA EVENT AND THE WORLDWIDE AFTERMATH”

16:00 - 16:30

Coffee Break

1  David HESS  (Writer and Analyst at WNA — World Nuclear Association, United Kingdom)
   
”GLOBAL PROSPECTS FOR NUCLEAR ENERGY”

(Topic 1+2)

(Topic 3)

(Topic 4)

(Topic 5+6)

(Topic 7)

(Topic 8)

(Topic 9+10)

(Topic 11)

1  Marion HORSTMANN  (Vice President New Builds Offers at AREVA NP, Germany)
    “EPR™ SAFETY IN THE POST–FUKUSHIMA CONTEXT”

3  Franck LIGNINI  (Licensing Manager of ATMEA, France)
    “THE ATMEA1 REACTOR: SAFETY PRINCIPLES AND MAIN CONCLUSION OF THE SAFETY
    OPTIONS REVIEW BY THE FRENCH SAFETY AUTHORITY”

4  Alexander D. RENEV  (Senior Manager at ROSATOM Overseas, Russia)
    “ADVANCED SAFETY FEATURES OF THE NEW VVER DESIGNS IN VIEW OF THE
    EXPERIENCES FROM FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI ACCIDENT”

5  Tomaz ZAGAR  (Head of Nuclear Safety and Licensing at GEN-enegija — Slovenian
    Producer of Electricity, Slovenia)
    “NUCLEAR POWER PLANT KRSKO 2: PROJECT STATUS AND EXPECTATIONS”

2  Jan BLOMGREN  (Senior Expert Nuclear Education at VATTENFALL — Swedish Power
    Company, Director of and Professor at Swedish Nuclear Technology Centre, Sweden)
    “HOW TO GET ACCEPTANCE OF YOUNG PEOPLE TO NUCLEAR POWER — CASE
    SWEDEN”

3  Nikola CAVLINA  (Professor at FER — Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing,
    University of Zagreb, Croatia)
   
”WIDE–RANGING BENEFITS OF THE NUCLEAR PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION”

2  Antoine RUBBERS  (General Manager Post–Fukushima Products & Services at
    WESTINGHOUSE, Belgium)
    “IMPLEMENTING EMERGENCY SYSTEMS TO INCREASE PLANT RESISTANCE AGAINST
    EXTREME HAZARDS”

3  Wolfram JUNGHANS  (Director Engineering Services of AREVA NP, Germany)
   
“ROBUSTNESS OF REACTOR CORE AND SPENT FUEL POOL COOLING CAPABILITY”

4  Leon CHARLIER  (Sales Manager Nuclear at ABB Power Systems, Switzerland)
    “HOW SUPPLIER IN–DEPTH KNOW–HOW IN COMBINATION WITH STATE OF THE ART HMI
    AND TECHNOLOGY ARE IMPORTANT ASPECTS IN NPP SAFETY”

2  Wolfram JUNGHANS  (Director Engineering Services of AREVA NP, Germany)
   
”POST–FUKUSHIMA INITIATIVES: AREVA SAFETY ALLIANCE”

3  Antoine RUBBERS  (General Manager Post–Fukushima Products & Services at
    WESTINGHOUSE, Belgium)
    “THE FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI ACCIDENT — WESTINGHOUSE DIRECT ACTIONS AND
    TECHNOLOGY”

5  Robert BERGANT  (Design Manager at GEN–energija — Slovenian Producer of Electricity,
    Slovenia)
    “PREPARATION OF TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR NEW NUCLEAR POWER PLANT”

2  Robert VANCE  (Nuclear Development Division Analyst at OECD NEA — Nuclear Energy
    Agency, France
)
   
“PROSPECTS AND ISSUES FOR NEW BUILD IN EUROPE”

4  Alexander WOLSKI  (Director Strategic Projects at WORLEYPARSONS, Bulgaria)
   
“AN ARCHITECT ENGINEER’S RESPONSE TO FUKUSHIMA”

4  Ales BURSIC  (Quality Systems Manager at GEN–energija — Slovenian Producer of
    Electricity, Slovenia)
  
“TRANSITION TO PROCESS BASED INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR NEW NPP
    PROJECTS”

3  Michael HAISCHER  (Principal at ADL Arthur D. Little, Germany)
    “MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS FOR NUCLEAR NEW BUILD PROJECTS”

2  Andrej STRITAR  (Director of SNSA — Slovenian Nuclear Safety Administration and
    former Chairman of ENSREG — European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group)
   
“RESPONSE OF EUROPEAN NUCLEAR SAFETY REGULATORS AFTER FUKUSHIMA
    ACCIDENT”

3  Ana STANIC  (Lawyer Partner at E&A LAW London, United Kingdom)
   
”NUCLEAR SAFETY RULES: EU STRESS TESTS AND CURRENT EU PROPOSALS”

4  Maximilian Emanuel ELSPAS  (Head of Energy and Lawyer Partner at BEITEN BURKHARDT
    Munich, Germany)
    “CURRENT DEVELOPMENT IN EU ENERGY LAW”

1  Leon CIZELJ  (Head of Reactor Engineering Division at IJS — Institute Jozef Stefan,
    Member of the Board of Directors of the ENEN — EU Nuclear Education Network, Professor
    at University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
   
“IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND PUBLIC COMMUNICATION FOR
    SUSTAINABLE NUCLEAR ENERGY DEVELOPMENT”

2  Luka STRUBELJ  (System and Safety Analyses Manager at GEN–energija — Slovenian
    Producer of Electricity, Slovenia)
   
”NUCLEAR ENERGY SECTOR IMPACT TO SOCIO–ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT”

3  Radko ISTENIC  (Analyst of Nuclear Training Centre at IJS — Institute Jozef Stefan, Slovenia)
   
“PUBLIC OPINION ABOUT NUCLEAR ENERGY IN SLOVENIA — YEAR 2012 POOL”

2  Milorad DUSIC  (Consultant at IAEA — International Atomic Energy Agency, Austria)
    “ACCIDENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES AT NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS AND IMPACT OF
    FUKUSHIMA

2  Romana JORDAN  (EU Parliament, Committee on Industry, Research and Energy, Belgium)

4  Marion HORSTMANN  (Vice President New Builds Offers at AREVA NP, Germany)

3  Luc VAN HULLE  (Vice President EMEA Marketing at WESTINGHOUSE, Belgium)

5  Tomaz ZAGAR  (Head of Nuclear Safety and Licensing at GEN-enegija — Slovenian
    Producer of Electricity
, Slovenia)

Andreas FRISTEDT–ABLAD (Manager Business Development EMEA Region Westinghouse,
Sweden)
and
Zoran V. STOSIC
(Vice President ICO South–East Europe AREVA NP, Germany)

Chair:

Paul RIZZO (CEO and President of Paul Rizzo Associates Inc., USA) and Tea BILIC–ZABRIC (Director INKO Consulting, Slovenia)

Chair:

Michael HAISCHER (Principal at ADL — Arthur D. Little, Germany)

Chair:

Leon CIZELJ (Head of Reactor Engineering Division at IJS — Institute Jožef Stefan, Professor at University Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Chair:

Andreas FRISTEDT–ABLAD (Manager Business Development EMEA Region Westinghouse,
Sweden)
and
Zoran V. STOSIC
(Vice President ICO South–East Europe AREVA NP, Germany)

Chair:

Zoran V. STOSIC (Vice President ICO South–East Europe AREVA NP, Germany) and
Andreas FRISTEDT–ABLAD
(Manager Business Development EMEA Region Westinghouse,
Sweden)

Chair:

Alexander WOLSKI (Director Strategic Projects at WORLEYPARSONS, Bulgaria)

Chair:

Ana STANIC (Lawyer Partner at E&A LAW London, United Kingdom)

Chair:

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