Workshop on Fukushima Decommissioning Safety and Resilience Engineering

Organizer: Prof. Kazuo Furuta and Prof. Mikio Sakai, The University of Tokyo
Date: 1:00 pm -6:00pm, 25 Nov
Venue: Room-226, Faculty of Engineering Building 8, The University of Tokyo

Program:
13:00
Opening remarks: Prof Kazuo Furuta
13:10 [Plenary lecture]
Prof. Hajimu Yamana, Nuclear Damage Compensation Facilitation Corporation, “The new strategic plan for the Fukushima Daiichi NPP”
14:00
Prof. Kazuo Furuta, The University of Tokyo, “Fukushima-Daiichi decommissioning project from a viewpoint of resilience”
14:30
Prof. Christopher C. Pain, Imperial College London, “FETCH nuclear accident analysis”
15:00
Coffee break
15:15
Prof. Philip Thomas, University of Bristol, “Applying the J-value to nuclear decommissioning”
15:45
Prof. Keiichi Nakara, University of Reading, “A socio-technical view of safety and resilience engineering based on organisational semiotics”
16:15
Prof. Mikio Sakai, The University of Tokyo, “Lagrangian simulation for a complex multi-phase flow in a severe accident”
16:45
Dr. Dimitrios Pavlidis, Imperial College London, “Detailed severe nuclear accident modelling”
17:15
Discussion
17:45
Closing remarks: Prof. Kenichi Ishikawa

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