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nuclear security - International Atomic Energy Agency

International Atomic Energy Agency

IAEA-CN-244

Vienna International Centre

PO Box 100

1400 Vienna, Austria

Tel.: +43 1 2600 (0) plus extension

Fax: +43 1 26007

Email: offi [email protected]

International Conference on

NUCLEAR SECURITY:

Commitments and Actions

5–9 December 2016

Vienna, Austria

Ministerial Segment

5–6 December 2016

Conference website: http://www-pub.iaea.org/iaeameetings/50809/

International-Conference-on-Nuclear-

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Organized by the

PROGRAMME

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In cooperation with the

European Police Office (Europol)

European Union (EU)

Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism (GICNT)

Institute for Nuclear Material Management (INMM)

International Criminal Police Organization – INTERPOL

International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)

International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

Nuclear Forensics International Technical Working Group (ITWG)

Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)

Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)

Police Community of the Americas (AMERIPOL)

United Nations Office of Disarmament Affairs (UNODA)

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

UNSCR1540 Committee

World Customs Organization (WCO)

World Institute of Nuclear Security (WINS)

World Nuclear Association (WNA)

World Nuclear Transport Institute (WNTI)

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Introduction

Following the first International Conference on Nuclear Security:

Enhancing Global Efforts in July 2013, the second conference is an opportunity to discuss the national and international community’s experiences and achievements to date in strengthening nuclear security; to enhance understanding of current approaches to nuclear security worldwide; to identify trends; and to provide an inclusive forum at which ministers, policymakers, senior officials and nuclear security experts can formulate and exchange views on future directions and priorities for nuclear security and how these may evolve.

Registration

Please register your attendance at the Registration Desk at the entrance of the M Building.

The Registration Desk and the Conference Secretariat in MOE67 will be staffed throughout the conference and our colleagues there will be happy to assist you.

Conference App

The IAEA Conferences and Meetings App provides a one-stop access to information on the Conference Programme, the exhibition, and scheduled side events. The app also allows users to put together their own personalized schedule of events. Via this app participants will also be able to view the abstract associated with each presentation, the latest conference programme, message other participants, and view PowerPoint presentations released after the event. Participants will receive an email inviting them to register for the app approximately one week before the conference.

Conference Website & NUSEC Portal

In addition to the Conference App, most conference information will be available either on the Conference Website or the IAEA’s

Nuclear Security Information Portal (NUSEC). The conference schedule, National Statements, registration procedures and more general information can be found on the conference website at https://www.iaea.org/events/nuclear-security-conference

NUSEC is a secure, centralized and interactive online platform designed to help strengthen the Nuclear Security community worldwide by facilitating the exchange of up-to-date Nuclear

Security information between the IAEA, its Member States and its international partners. After the conference, full papers and presentations will be posted on NUSEC. Please visit https://nusec.iaea.org for access and new member registration.

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Conference Overview

Monday 5 December and the morning of Tuesday 6 December comprise the Ministerial Segment of the conference, during which ministers and heads of delegation will have an opportunity to make national statements related to nuclear security. In addition, a Ministerial Declaration is expected to be adopted in the plenary session in the afternoon of Monday 5 December 2016.

Participants in the Scientific and Technical Programme are welcome to follow the proceedings of the Ministerial Segment in the following overflow areas: Board Room A and Conference

Room M2.

The Scientific and Technical programme commences immediately following the conclusion of the Ministerial Segment and will continue through the rest of the week, concluding with the

President’s Report on Friday afternoon. This programme consists of six high-level technical sessions and 28 technical sessions that cover a wide array of topics relevant to nuclear security. The highlevel sessions will take place in Board Room B/M1, while the parallel technical sessions will take place in Board Room A,

Room M2, Room M3, Room M4, Room M5, and in the Press

Room.

Interactive Content Presentations

This conference features digital poster presentations called

Interactive Content Presentations (ICPs). After briefly introducing the poster presentations in the Conference Room, the

Chairperson will direct the session audience to the ICP stations on the ground floor of the M Building where the presentations will be held.

All ICP presenters are kindly requested to attend the ICP briefing to receive final logistical instructions. These briefings will occur at

08:30 every day at the ICP Station (M Building, Ground Floor, outside the Press Room) on the assigned day of their presentation.

Further, ICP presenters are suggested to make use of the preview centre on the ground floor (M0E68) for a final check of their presentations and to familiarize themselves with the touchscreen displays at least one day in advance of their respective presentations.

Poster Presentations

Poster presentations will be held at the M02 Poster Exhibition

Space (2 nd

Floor of M Building) outside Board Room A. Each poster presenter has been assigned to a session that will last one full day of the conference. Poster presenters are kindly requested to bring a hard-copy of the poster to the Poster Exhibition Space after 18:00 on the day prior, or before 09:00 on the day of, their assigned presentation day. Poster presenters will affix their hardcopy posters on the board bearing the related paper number.

Posters should be removed at the end of their presentation day

(18:00) to allow mounting of the posters for the next day.

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Discussions

All sessions are being recorded. Anyone who wishes to take the floor, e.g. during question periods should, after having been recognized by the Chairperson, use one of the microphones available in the meeting room and begin their question or comment by stating their name, country and organization and be as concise as possible.

The Media

The media will have access to all sessions except for the

Technical Sessions of the conference.

Interactive Session

During the lunch break on Monday afternoon, a group of interested Member States has organized an optional interactive session to highlight the importance of the Convention on the

Physical Protection of Nuclear Material (CPPNM) and the

Amendment to the CPPNM that entered into force on 8 May

2016. The interactive session is closed to the public and the media, but any interested Member States should contact the

Conference Secretariat for more information. The Interactive

Session will take place in Board Room C.

Side Events

A number of side events are scheduled throughout the

Conference Programme, organized by interested Member States and Organizations and related to a number of topics relevant to

Nuclear Security. All side events are open to all conference participants. A full schedule of side events can be found at the end of the Programme.

Refreshments during the Technical Programme

Coffee and refreshments will be available during the morning and afternoon breaks courtesy of voluntary contributions provided by a number of organizations and companies, as acknowledged in the programme insert. Additionally, we are very pleased to host a number of companies and organizations exhibiting their products and services at this conference.

All hosted coffee breaks will be held on the ground and first floor of the M Building, as well as the Rotunda (C Building). Please take the time to visit and talk with the exhibitors.

Internet Access

Wireless access to the Internet is available throughout the

M Building, no password is needed.

Two Internet corners are located on the ground floor.

Bank and Post Office

Banking Services and a post office are located on the first floor of the C building.

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Conference:

President: H.E. Byung-se Yun

Minister of Foreign Affairs

Republic of Korea

IAEA Secretariat:

Scientific Secretaries: Raja Abdul Aziz Raja Adnan

Rhonda Evans

Scientific and

Administrative

Support:

Conference

Organizers:

In Young Suh

Thomas Gray

Nicole Herndlbauer

Javlon Dusimatov

Richard Gordon

Martina Neuhold

Elfriede Bosch

Iris Kridtner

Location of the Conference:

International Atomic Energy Agency

Vienna International Centre (VIC)

“M” Building

Wagramer Straße 5

1400 Vienna, Austria

Working Language:

English. However simultaneous interpretation in Arabic; Chinese;

English; French; Russian; and Spanish will be provided for the

Ministerial Segment of the conference. For the high-level sessions English and Russian interpretation will be provided.

Technical sessions and all side events will be held in English only.

Resolutions:

No resolutions may be submitted for consideration on any subject; no votes will be taken.

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Programme Committee

Chair

L. Vinhas Brazil

Members

G. Terigi

S. Bayer

Argentina

Australia

K. Smith

A. Raiman

I. Mishkorudny

T. Fedorovich

J. Esteves Dos

M. Furtado Garcia

R. Maschietto

Ayrosa

H. Lobato Da

Jornada

C. Van Haastrecht

P. Webster

R. Awad

S. Lin

T. Youssef

T. Languin

G. Dandrieux

S. Sattler

T. Pissulla

D. Ojha

S. Ajaz Khan

R. Alamsyah

S. Syahril

H. Yokota

T. Ameya

Y. Nakamura

J. Horibe

E. Gatebe

B. Jun

Australia

Belarus

Belarus

Belarus

Brazil

Brazil

Brazil

Brazil

Canada

Canada

Canada

China

Egypt

France

France

Germany

Germany

India

India

Indonesia

Indonesia

Japan

Japan

Japan

Japan

Kenya

Korea, Republic of

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H. Alkaabi

A. Bacon

D. Shepherd

L. Bailey

R. Hardiman

L. Young

F. Wong

M. Curry

S. Roecker

C. Deering

L. Holgate

D. Lenoir

V. Holubetz

M. Dmowska

R. Wainwright

L. Satkowiak

H. Yoo

K. Mrabit

M. Haddaoui

B. Dal

K. Nederlof

P. Schroor

J. Vrilland

A. Bulychev

M. Kondratenkov

A. Perez Baez

C. Torres Vidal

L. Fernandez Abad

E. Dalgic

E. Turesin

F. Alim

T. Akbas

P. Maloor

Korea, Republic of

Morocco

Morocco

Netherlands

Netherlands

Netherlands

Netherlands

Russian Federation

Russian Federation

Spain

Spain

Spain

Turkey

Turkey

Turkey

Turkey

United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

USA of America

USA of America

USA of America

USA of America

USA of America

European Union

European Union

EUROPOL

EUROPOL

Institute for Nuclear Material

Management

International

Telecommunications Union

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S. Pitts-Kiefer

E. Abela-Hampel

T. Wuchte

A. Volenikoca

P. Gasparini

H. Farag

Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)

Organization for Security and

Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)

Organization for Security and

Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)

Organization for Security and

Cooperation in Europe

United Nations

United Nations

M. Lorenzo Sobrado UN Organization for Drugs and

Crime

M. Rosenthal UNSCR 1540 Committee

P. Heine

S. Aniszewski

R. Howsley

World Customs Organization

World Customs Organization

World Institute for Nuclear

Security (WINS)

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TIMETABLE

Sunday, 04 December 2016

15:00 – 19:00 Registration

17:00 – 19:00 Welcome Reception

Gate 1

(Rotunda – C Building)

Monday, 05 December 2016

08:00 Registration

10:00 – 12:30 Ministerial Session

Gate 1

Opening Remarks and

(Conference Room

B/M1)

Plenary Statements

12:30 – 15:00 Lunch Break

12:30 – 13:30 Buffet Lunch for Ministers and Heads of

Delegations sponsored by the Republic of Korea

(Outside Board Room C)

13:30 – 15:00 Interactive Session organized by interested

Member States

(Board Room C)

15:00 – 17:00 Ministerial Session

(Conference Room

B/M1)

Plenary Statements

17:00 – 17:30 Adoption of the Ministerial Declaration

(Conference Room B/M1)

17:30 – 21:00 Ministerial Session

(Conference Room

B/M1)

Plenary Statements

Tuesday, 06 December 2016

09:00 – 12:00 Ministerial Session

(Conference Room

B/M1)

Plenary Statements

12:00 – 13:00 Scientific and

Technical

Programme

Opening Plenary

(Conference Room

B/M1)

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch Break and Side Events

14:00 – 15:40 High-Level Session

#1

(Conference Room

B/M1)

International legal instruments for nuclear security: Universalization and implementation of binding international legal instruments

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5

14:00 –

15:40 Technical Session

2C-A

(Board Room A)

14:00 – 15:40 Technical Session

2C-1

(Press Room)

14:00 – 15:40 Technical Session

2C-2

(Conference Room

M2)

14:00 – 15:40 Technical Session

2C-3

(Conference Room

M3)

Detection Technology

Threat and Risk Assessment and its Broad Application to

Nuclear Security

Public Engagement on

Nuclear Security

Radioactive Material:

Regulatory and Operator

Perspectives

15:40 –

16:20 –

16:20 Coffee/Tea Break

18:00 High-Level Session

#1

(Conference Room

B/M1)

Interactive Content

Presentations

International legal instruments for nuclear security: Universalization and implementation of binding international legal

16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session

2D-A instruments

Detection Technology

16:20 –

16:20 –

18:00 Technical Session

18:00

(Board Room A)

2D-1

(Press Room)

Technical Session

2D-2

(Conference Room

M2)

Design Basis Threat (DBT) and Threat Assessment for

Nuclear Material and

Facilities

The Application of Threat and

Risk Assessment for Informing the Design and

Implementation of Nuclear

Security Systems and

Measures for MORC

Radioactive Material: 16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session

2D3

(Conference Room

M3)

Regulatory and Operator

Perspectives

18:00 – 20:00 Reception

(M Building, Ground Floor)

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Wednesday, 07 December 2016

09:00 – 10:30 High-Level Session

#2

09:00 –

(Conference Room

B/M1)

10:30 Technical Session

3A-A

(Board Room A)

International bodies and initiatives for nuclear security:

Role of the IAEA in coordinating international efforts

Radioactive Material:

Identifying Gaps and

Strategies for Addressing these Gaps

09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session

3A-1

(Press Room)

09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session

3A-2

(Conference Room

M2)

09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session

3A-3

Perspectives on implementing obligations under International

Instruments for Nuclear

Security

Nuclear Forensics: Building

Confidence in Nuclear

Forensic Conclusions

(Conference Room

M3)

09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session

3A-4

(Conference Room

M4)

09:00 –

10:30 Technical Session

3A-5

Systems and Measures for the Detection of MORC:

Design and Implementation.

Panel: Processes, Tools and

Challenges in Information

Management

Nuclear Material Accounting and Control

(Conference Room

M5)

10:30 – 11:10 Coffee/Tea Break

11:10 – 12:30 High-Level Session

#2

(Conference Room

B/M1)

11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session

3B-A

(Board Room A)

Interactive Content

Presentations

International bodies and initiatives for nuclear security:

Role of the IAEA in coordinating international efforts

Radioactive Material:

Identifying Gaps and

Strategies for Addressing these Gaps

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11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session

3B-1

(Press Room)

11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session

3B-2

(Conference Room

M2)

11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session

3B-3

(Conference Room

M3)

Perspectives on implementing obligations under International

Instruments for Nuclear

Security

Nuclear Forensics: Building

Confidence in Nuclear

Forensic Conclusions

Systems and Measures for the Detection of MORC:

Design and Implementation.

11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session

3B-4

(Conference Room

M4)

Panel: Processes, Tools and

Challenges in Information

Management

12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break and Side Events

12:40 – 13:40 Side Event: Award Ceremony for the Essay

Competition on the Future of Nuclear Security

(Board Room A)

Light Lunch to be provided

12:30 – 13:45 Side Event: IAEA Arrangements for Response to

Nuclear or Radiological Emergencies

(Conference Room M5)

14:00 – 15:40

14:00 –

15:40

High-Level Session

#3

(Conference Room

B/M1)

Technical Session

3C-A

Nuclear Material and Nuclear

Facilities: National approaches, emerging trends and areas to be addressed

National Nuclear Security

Regimes

14:00 –

14:00 –

15:40

15:40

(Board Room A)

Technical Session

3C-1

(Press Room)

Technical Session

3C-2

(Conference Room

M2)

Human Resource

Development: Nuclear

Security Education

Nuclear Forensics: The

Science and Interpretation of

Nuclear Forensic Signatures

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14:00 –

15:40

Technical Session

3C-3

(Conference Room

M3)

Computer Security for

Industrial Control Systems in

Nuclear Facilities

14:00 – 15:40

14:00 – 15:40 Technical Session

3C-5

(Conference Room

M5)

15:40 – 16:20 Coffee/Tea Break

Panel: Perspectives on implementing obligations under International

Instruments for Nuclear

Security

16:20 – 18:00

High-Level Session

#3

16:20 – 18:00

(Conference Room

B/M1)

Technical Session

3D-A

(Board Room A)

Interactive Content

Presentations

Nuclear Material and Nuclear

Facilities: National approaches, emerging trends and areas to be addressed

National Nuclear Security

Regimes

16:20 – 18:00

Technical Session

3C-4

(Conference Room

M4)

Technical Session

3D-1

(Press Room)

Panel: Systems and Measures for the Detection of MORC:

Design and Implementation

Human Resource

Development: Nuclear

Security Education

16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session

3D-2

(Conference Room

M2)

16:20 – 18:00

Technical Session

3D-3

(Conference Room

M3)

16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session

3D-4

(Conference Room

M4)

16:20 – 18:00

Technical Session

3D-5

(Conference Room

M5)

Nuclear Forensics: The

Science and Interpretation of

Nuclear Forensic Signatures

Computer Security for

Industrial Control Systems in

Nuclear Facilities

Panel: Perspectives on implementing obligations under International

Instruments for Nuclear

Security

Panel: Systems and Measures for the Detection of MORC:

Design and Implementation

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Thursday, 08 December 2016

09:00 – 10:30 High-Level Session

#4

(Conference Room

B/M1)

Radioactive Materials and

Associated Facilities, including radioactive sources:

National approaches, emerging trends and areas to be addressed

Major Public Events 09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session

4A-A

(Board Room A)

09:00 –

10:30 Technical Session

4A-1

Human Resources

Development: Training

(Press Room)

09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session

4A-2

(Conference Room

M2)

09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session

4A-3

(Conference Room

M3)

09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session

4A-4

(Conference Room

M4)

10:30 – 11:10 Coffee Break

11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session

4B-A

(Board Room A)

11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session

4B-1

(Press Room)

Physical Protection: through the Nuclear Fuel Cycle

Nuclear Forensics: Nuclear

Forensics Serving a Nuclear

Security Infrastructure

Panel: Preventive and

Protective Measures against

Insider Threats

11:10 – 12:30 High-Level Session

#4

(Conference Room

B/M1)

Interactive Content

Presentations

Radioactive Materials and

Associated Facilities, including radioactive sources:

National approaches, emerging trends and areas to be addressed

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles:

Good Drone or Bad?

Human Resources

Development: Training

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11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session

4B-2

(Conference Room

M2)

Physical Protection: through the Nuclear Fuel Cycle

11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session

4B-3

(Conference Room

M3)

Nuclear Forensics: Nuclear

Forensics Serving a Nuclear

Security Infrastructure

11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session

4B-4

(Conference Room

M4)

Panel: Preventive and

Protective Measures against

Insider Threats

12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break and Side Events

12:40 – 13:40 Side Event: International Physical Protection

Advisory Service (IPPAS) – Twenty Years of

Achievement

(Board Room A)

Light lunch to be provided

12:35 – 13:50 Side Event: Scaling up Worldwide Capacity to

Manage Disused Sealed Radioactive Sources

(Press Room)

14:00 – 15:40

14:00 – 15:40

High-Level Session

#5

(Conference Room

B/M1)

Technical Session

4C-A

Nuclear and Other

Radioactive Material Out of

Regulatory Control: Existing approaches, emerging trends and areas to be addressed

Nuclear Security Culture

14:00 – 15:40

(Board Room A)

Technical Session

4C-1

(Press Room)

14:00 – 15:40 Technical Session

4C-2

(Conference Room

M2)

Security of Nuclear and Other

Radioactive Material in

Transport

Physical Protection:

Approaches and Evaluation

Tools

14:00 – 15:40 Technical Session

4C-3

(Conference Room

M3)

Computer Security: Regulation and Policies in Nuclear

Security Regimes

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14:00 –

15:40 Technical Session

4C-4

Panel: Human Resources

Development: Training

14:00 –

15:40 –

(Conference Room

M4)

15:40 Technical Session

4C-5

(Conference Room

M5)

16:20 Coffee/Tea Break

16:20 – 18:00 High-Level Session

#5

(Conference Room

B/M1)

16:20 – 18:00

Technical Session

4D-A

(Board Room A)

Panel: Exchanging experience, knowledge and good practices on the use and security of high activity radioactive sources and the exploration of nuclear and radioactive alternative technologies.

Interactive Content

Presentations

Nuclear and Other

Radioactive Material Out of

Regulatory Control: Existing approaches, emerging trends and areas to be addressed

Nuclear Security Culture

16:20 – 18:00

Technical Session

4D-1

(Press Room)

16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session

4D-2

(Conference Room

M2)

16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session

4D-3

(Conference Room

M3)

16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session

4D-4

(Conference Room

M4)

16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session

4D-5

(Conference Room

M5)

Security of Nuclear and Other

Radioactive Material in

Transport

Physical Protection:

Approaches and Evaluation

Tools

Computer Security: Regulation and Policies in Nuclear

Security Regimes

Panel: Human Resources

Development: Training

Nuclear Material Minimization

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Friday, 09 December 2016

09:00 – 10:30 High-Level Session

#6

09:00 –

(Conference Room

B/M1)

10:30 Technical Session

5A-A

(Board Room A)

National Nuclear Security

Regime, including nuclear security culture: Existing approaches, emerging trends and areas to be addressed

Computer Security for

Industrial Control Systems in

Nuclear Facilities

09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session

5A-1

(Press Room)

Human Resource

Development: Nuclear

Security Support Centres and

Sustainability

09:00 –

10:30 Technical Session

5A-2

(Conference Room

M2)

Physical Protection:

Regulatory Aspects

09:00 –

10:30 Technical Session

5A-3

(Conference Room

M3)

10:30 –

11:10 Coffee/Tea Break

National approaches and challenges in preparedness for and response to nuclear security events

11:10 – 12:30 High-Level Session

#6

(Conference Room

B/M1)

11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session

5B-A

(Board Room A)

Interactive Content

Presentations

National Nuclear Security

Regime, including nuclear security culture: Existing approaches, emerging trends and areas to be addressed

Computer Security for

Industrial Control Systems in

Nuclear Facilities

11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session

5B-1

(Press Room)

11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session

5B-2

(Conference Room

M2)

Human Resource

Development: Nuclear

Security Support Centres and

Sustainability

Physical Protection:

Regulatory Aspects

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11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session

5B-3

(Conference Room

M3)

National approaches and challenges in preparedness for and response to nuclear security events

12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break and Side Events

14:00 – 15:00 Technical Session Closing Plenary

(Conference Room

B/M1)

Commercial exhibits will be located in the common area on the first and second floors of the M building, as well as in the Rotunda (C-Building) from Monday to Friday, 05-09

December 2016.

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Sunday, 4 December 2016

15:00 – 19:00

17:00 – 19:00

Registration and Distribution of Conference

Materials (Gate 1)

Welcome Reception hosted by the IAEA

Office of Nuclear Security

(Rotunda – C-Building)

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Monday, 5 December 2016

08:00 ongoing

10:00 – 12:30

Registration and Distribution of Conference

Materials (Continued)

Ministerial Session

(Conference Room B/M1)

Chairperson:

12:30 – 15:00

Byung-se YUN, Republic of Korea

Yukiya Amano, IAEA

Director General

Byung-se YUN, Republic of Korea

Conference President

Minister of Foreign Affairs

Republic of Korea

National Statements

Lunch Break

15:00 – 17:00

17:00 – 17:30

17:30 – 21:00

A luncheon for Ministers and other Heads of

Delegations will be sponsored by the

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of

Korea outside Board Room C

Ministerial Session (Continued)

National Statements

Adoption of the Ministerial Declaration

Ministerial Session (Continued)

National Statements

Opening Statement

Opening Remarks

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Tuesday, 6 December 2016

09:00 – 12:00 Ministerial Session (Continued)

(Conference Room B/M1)

National Statements

12:00 – 13:00

Scientific and Technical

Programme

Opening Plenary

(Conference Room B/M1)

Yukiya Amano

Director General

IAEA

Kim Won-Soo

Under-Secretary-General and High

Representative for Disarmament Affairs

United Nations

Jacek Bylica

Special Envoy for Disarmament and

Nonproliferation, European External Action

Service

Abel Adelakun Ayoko

Co-Chair for Open-Ended Consultations on

Ministerial Declaration

Nigeria

Laercio Vinhas

Chair of Programme Committee for the

Scientific and Technical Programme

Brazil

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch Break

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Opening Remarks

Opening Statement

Opening Statement

Opening Statement

Opening Statement

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Tuesday, 6 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 High Level Session 1:

International Legal Instruments for

Nuclear Security: Universalization and

Implementation of Binding International

Legal Instruments

Chairpersons:

(Conference Room B/M1)

C. Dominguez, Argentina

K. Nederlof, Netherlands

INVITED SPEAKERS

Time

14:00 – 14:20

14:20 – 14:40

14:40 – 15:00

15:00 –

15:20

15:20 – 15:40

15:40 – 16:20

16:20 – 16:40

16:40 – 17:00

17:00 – 18:00

Name of Speaker

M. Ulyanov, Russian Federation

Department for Non-Proliferation and Arms

Control, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

T. Countryman, USA

Arms Control and International Security

Department of State

B Jun, Republic of Korea

Korean National Diplomatic Academy

M. Miedico, UN Office of Drugs and Crime

Terrorism Prevention Branch

R. Oyarzun Marchesi,UNSCR 1540

Committee

UNSCR1540 Committee

Coffee/Tea Break

A. Madigele, Botswana

Ministry of Tertiary Education, Research

Science and Technology

J. Herbach, The Netherlands

Security Policy Department, Ministry of

Foreign Affairs

Panel Discussion

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18:00 – 20:00 Welcome Reception

(Ground Floor of M Building)

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E outside Press Room)

Achieving universalisation and implementation of

international legal instruments for nuclear security. (to be joined by Director of Office of Legal Affairs, Ms Peri Johnson)

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Tuesday, 6 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 2C-A/2D-A

Chairpersons:

Detection Technology

(Board Room A)

E. Melamed, USA,

V. Okoye, Nigeria

E. Monales, South Africa

Rapporteur:

V. Porter, United Kingdom

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

14:00 – 14:20

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

474

Name of Presenter

B. Pedersen

13

14:20 – 14:40

14:40 – 15:00

15:00 – 15:20

486

432

149

15:20 – 15:40

401

15:40 – 16:20

16:20 – 16:40

16:40 – 17:00

17:00 – 17:20

17:20 – 17:40

Coffee/Tea Break

170

J. Bagi

60

M. D. Mohamed

Ahmed

121

548

K. Boudergui

N. Kravchenko

24

L. Thompson

M. Owen

M. Seya

A. Osovizky

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

European Union Low-energy Neutron induced Fission

Signatures for SNM Detection in Cargo

Containers

United Kingdom The use of muon tomography in nuclear threat reduction

United Kingdom Development of RN Detection

Technologies

Japan Necessity of Secure Detection Systems of

Nuclear Materials and Detailed interior

Checking Systems of Detected /

Suspicious Objects in Non-destructive

Manner for Safe Dismantling

Israel Improving radiation detection level and operational data of pre and post event monitoring systems

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E outside Press Room)

European Union Technical Challenges in Nuclear Detection

(Shielding and Nuclear Interferences)

Egypt Utilization of a Portable tomographic

Gamma Scanning System for nuclear security purposes

France New R/N passive detection techniques and methods

Russian Federation Suggestions to improve and use widely technology and hardware for objective monitoring of legal shipments of nuclear and radioactive materials

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14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 2C-A/2D-A

Chairpersons:

Detection Technology

(Board Room A)

E. Melamed, USA,

V. Okoye, Nigeria

E. Monales, South Africa

Rapporteur:

V. Porter, United Kingdom

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

17:40 – 18:00

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

117

Name of Presenter

F. Carrel

14

18:00 – 20:00 Welcome Reception for the Scientific and

Technical Programme

(Ground Floor of M Building)

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

France The H2020 C-BORD project: advanced non-destructive techniques to improve control of cargo containers

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Tuesday, 6 December 2016

14:00 – 15:40 Technical Session: 2C-1

Chairpersons:

Threat and Risk Assessment and its

Broad Application to Nuclear Security

(Press Room)

M. Moreira, Brazil

T. Otukile, Botswana

Rapporteur:

K. Shahbaz, Pakistan

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

14:00 – 14:20

177

S. Streetman

14:20 – 14:40

554

R. Downes

15

14:40 – 15:00

15:00 – 15:20

15:20 – 15:40

15:40 – 16:20

338

255

485

Coffee/Tea Break

J. Pelletier

W. Bruecher

A. Hossain

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

USA

USA

Nuclear Security Risk Assessment Pitfalls and How to Avoid them

United Kingdom Nuclear terrorism as virtual risk:

Implications for prediction and the utility of models

Vulnerability Assessment Approach for

Radiological Materials

Germany German Basic Principles for the Analysis of

Unacceptable Radiological Consequences from a Sabotage of Nuclear Facilities

Bangladesh An Intelligent Approach for Nuclear

Security Measures on Nuclear Materials:

Demands and Needs

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E outside Press Room)

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16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session: 2D-1

Design Basis Threat and Threat

Assessment for Nuclear Material and

Facilities

Chairpersons:

(Press Room)

R. Kumar, India

N Fragoyannis, USA

J. Kim, Republic of Korea

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

16:20 – 16:40

120

G. Rédey

16:40 – 17:00

155

A. Mastauskas

17:00 – 17:20

17:20 – 17:40

18:00 – 20:00

560

274

C. Nickerson

T. Kempa

Welcome Reception for the Scientific and

Technical Programme

(Ground Floor of M Building)

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Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Hungary

Lithuania

Multidimensional qualitative ranking in DBT analysis

An Approach to Develop DBT-like Threat

Statement using Open-Source Adversary

Data

USA

Germany

Integrating Threat Analyses for Cyber &

Physical Security

Threat Modelling Of Industrial Control

Systems At Nuclear Facilities

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Tuesday, 6 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 2C-2

Facilitator:

Rapporteur:

Panel Discussion: Public Engagement on

Nuclear Security

(Conference Room M2)

G. Moonsamy, South Africa

L. Shaw, USA

A. Mohamed, Sudan

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

14:00 – 15:40

Panel Discussion

17

15:40 – 16:20

993

994

995

266

Coffee/Tea Break

R. Dresselaers

A. Nilsson

R. Floyd

M. Stewart Smith

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

What is the role and importance of communication practices and strategies when engaging with the public on nuclear security?

Belgium

Sweden

Nuclear Security and Contemporary

Communication Challenges

Safety/Security interface when

Communicating on Nuclear Security incidents

Transparency and Nuclear Security Australia

Global initiative for

Combatting

Nuclear Terrorism

(GICNT)

Public Messaging and International

Coordination

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E outside Press Room)

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16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session: 2D-2

Co-Chairs:

The Application of Threat and Risk

Assessment for Informing the Design and

Implementation of Nuclear Security

Systems and Measures for MORC

(Conference Room M2)

D. Makharadze, Georgia

J. Facetti, Paraguay

Rapporteur:

H. W. Sentamu, Uganda

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

16:20 – 16:40

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

352

Name of Presenter

R. Chatelus

18

16:40 – 17:00

17:00 – 18:00

18:00 – 20:00

217

M. Mohamed

Question period

Welcome Reception for the Scientific and

Technical Programme

(Ground Floor of M Building)

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

European Union

Combining “hard” nuclear detection technologies and “soft” detection techniques for a better efficacy

Malaysia Detection by information alert: utilising risk management as the essential approach for customs authority to enhance detection capabilities

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Tuesday, 6 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 2C-3/2D-3

Chairpersons:

Radioactive Material: Regulatory and

Operator Perspectives

(Conference Room M3)

J. Lachaume, France

R. Severa, Zimbabwe

K. Thomson, United Kingdom

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

14:00 – 14:20

140

G. Belot

14:20 – 14:40

14:40 – 15:00

15:00 – 15:20

15:20 – 15:40

15:40 – 16:20

16:20 – 18:00

84

183

416

271

46

142

A. Roza de Lima

M. Ivanov

N. Luwalira

M. Dapas

Coffee/Tea Break

Panel Discussion (Panel participants listed below)

W. Lorenzen

D. Ek

19

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

France How to develop a control system and regulations regarding security in the radioactive sources world?

Brazil A New Brazilian Regulation for Security of

Radioactive Sources

Russian Federation

Evolution of the State regulation of physical protection of radioactive material and associated facilities in the Russian

Federation

Uganda Radiation sources registry for implementation of an Integrated Nuclear

Security Support Plan (INSSP) for Uganda

USA An Evaluation of the U.S. Nuclear

Regulatory Commission's Radioactive

Source Regulations

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

The panel session will provide a perspective on implementation of requirements from regulators responsible for ensuring compliance and operators who have the prime responsibility for security and must manage added responsibilities within current resources and competing priorities. The discussion should revolve around the central question: How can regulators and operators work together to ensure security system effectiveness and minimize burden on operators’ daily operations?

USA Radioactive source security – balancing security and use in a public facility

USA Vulnerability Assessment Approach for

Radiological Materials

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14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 2C-3/2D-3

Chairpersons:

Radioactive Material: Regulatory and

Operator Perspectives

(Conference Room M3)

J. Lachaume, France

R. Severa, Zimbabwe

K. Thomson, United Kingdom

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

354

Name of Presenter

E. Yuliati

18:00 – 20:00

516

S. Ali

Welcome Reception for the Scientific and

Technical Programme

(Ground Floor of M Building)

20

Indonesia

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Implementation of Chairman Regulation on

Security of Radioactive Sources on the

Inspection Activities in Indonesia

Pakistan Physical Protection Upgrades at Nuclear

Medicine and Oncology Centers (NMCs) in

Pakistan

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Tuesday, 6 December 2016

15:40 – 16:20 Interactive Content Presentations

(Ground Floor of M Building – Outside of

Press Room)

INTERACTIVE CONTENT PRESENTATIONS

ICP Station

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

15:40 – 16:00 Interactive Content Presentations

1 318

J. Watson

2 938

M. Foster

21

5

6

7

3

4

278

476

1001

319

479

D. McIntyre

K. Abbas

5

6

44

425

K. Demachi

C. Miller

16:00 – 16:20 Interactive Content Presentations

1 378

A. Kocsonya

2

3

4

66

321

519

P. Rickwood

L. Bajusz

S. Qureshi

S. Streetman

D. Ek

D. Septikasari

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

United Kingdom

Electromagnetic Detection Methods for

Nuclear Security

European Union

Characterisation of Coincidence Counters for Portable Fissile Material Detection and

ID and for Lab-Based Assay

USA

Public Messaging About Nuclear Security

European Union

Example of EC-IAEA Joint Efforts to

Support Security of Radioactive and

Nuclear Materials

Japan

Development of Malicious Behaviors

Detection Method By Movie Analysis

USA

Maintaining Situational Awareness in a

Data intensive Environment

Hungary

Capabilities, Limitations and Challenges of

Scintillation Spectrometers

Atomic Reporters Atomic Reporters Synopsis

USA

The U.S. Approach to Public Messaging

On Nuclear Forensics

India

Potential Security Threat from Low Level

High Risk Radiation Sources - Indian

Scenario

USA

USA

ICP: Natural Language Processing to

Support Insider Threat Detection

Pilot Approach to Develop DBT-like Threat

Statement Using Open Source Data

Indonesia

Nuclear Security Challenges for the internet of Things

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Tuesday, 6 December 2016

12:00 – 18:00 Poster Session – 2P0

(Poster Area – Outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

1 29

L. Setianingsih

22

2

6

7

8

9

10

3

4

5

11

49

174

224

226

74

86

95

144

145

233

E. Mursa

R. Paci

A. Kohli

M. Kalinina-Pohl

R. Hajima

M. Kureta

S. Sawiyah

M. D. Mohamed

Ahmed

S. Suharyanta

C. Shenton-Taylor

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Indonesia

Strengthening Nuclear Energy Regulatory

System in Decreasing the Risk Level of

Attacks in Major Urban Centres Utilizing

Radioactive Materials; A Proposed

Implementation of Risk informed Approach in Nuclear Security

Republic of

Moldova

Ensuring the National Security of

Radioactive Materials and Associated

Facilities Related to the International

Obligations Arising from the Treaties and

Conventions in the Field

Albania

India

Security of Radioactive Sources in Albania

Portable Radiography Exposure Device- A

Security Nightmare

Center for

Nonproliferation

Studies (CNS)

Japan

Legacy Radioactive Sources in Nigeria and their Security Implications for Sub-Saharan

Africa

Secure Detection of Nuclear Material in a

Heavy Shielding and Reliable Investigation of Inner Structure of the Shielding using

Mono-energetic High Energy / High

Intensity Gamma-rays

Japan

Detailed (Property) Checking of Suspicious

Objects with Active Neutron Nondestructive Methods using a D-T Pulsed

Neutron Source

Indonesia

The major changes in the new security of radioactive sources regulation in Indonesia

Egypt

NMAC: A tool for Nuclear Safeguards and

Nuclear Security purposes

Indonesia

Vital Area Identification Experience for

Research Reactor and in relation with DBT

Development.

United Kingdom

Future Technology for Nuclear Security

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12:00 – 18:00 Poster Session – 2P0

(Poster Area – Outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

12

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

240

Name of Presenter

M. Singh

13

14

242

280

R. Dockree

V. Okoye

23

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

288

307

324

334

346

356

390

396

411

427

M. Dran

H. Idris

E. Lyman

M. Blanchard

T. T. A. Bui

M. Gupta

V.T. Phi

P. Muthuvelu

P. Sellin

A. Burjan

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

India Security Scenario of Radiation Facilities in

India

United Kingdom TIGRESS: Timing Incorporated, Gamma

Resolved, Evaluation of Shielded SNM

Nigeria Detection Systems And Measures for

Nuclear And Other Radioactive Material

Out of Regulatory Control

France

Malaysia

Global Security Approach: A Solution for A

Secure Protection of Radioactive Sources

(Nuc-Track Project)

Mobile In-Situ Detection System for

Radiological Rapid Assessment During

Nuclear Security Events

USA

France

Material Attractiveness: In the Eye of the

Beholder?

Structural Behaviour Studies Designed to

Deal with Stand-Off Attack

Viet Nam

USA

Viet Nam

Malaysia

Progress of Viet Nam in Security

Management of Category 1 Radioactive

Sources

Industry Use of Cadmium Zinc Telluride to

Detect Radioisotope Source Location

On-Line Track of Radioactive Sources in industrial Radiography in Viet Nam

Medical Experience with the international

Physical Protection Advisory Service

Mission

United Kingdom Neutron Detection with SiPM-based Plastic

Scintillators

United Kingdom Nuclear Arms Control Verification

Techniques

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12:00 – 18:00 Poster Session – 2P0

(Poster Area – Outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

25

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

454

Name of Presenter

A. Jraut

24

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

463

471

477

481

491

515

536

547

549

939

N. Ishak

G. Randall

K. Holt

K. Hirsch

S. Kreek

H. Tagziria

C. Herath

N. Kravchenko

V. Porter

H. Tagziria

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Morocco

Malaysia

Use of Safety Analysis as a Tool for the

Identification of Vital Areas at the Moroccan

TRIGA Mark II Research Reactor

Nuclear Threat Assessment with Malaysian

Characteristics

United Kingdom Gamma-imaging Using Semiconductor

Detectors

USA Cesium-137 Security: Partnering to Prevent

Dirty Bombs

USA

USA

Physical Protection of Mobile Radioactive

Sources Commonly Used in the Well-

Logging and Industrial Radiography

Industries

High-Fidelity Nuclear Detection Training in the Field without Radioactive Sources

European Union Results of the SCINTILLA (EC- FP7)

Project for the Development, Evaluation

And Benchmarking of Detection

Technologies for Difficult to Detect Nuclear

And Other Radioactive Materials

Sri Lanka Introduction of Physical Protection for High

Activity Radioactive Sources Used in Sri

Lanka

Russian Federation Implementation of the fundamental

Principles of the Convention on Nuclear

Facilities Construction

United Kingdom Searching Wide Areas for Radiological

Material – Usability Trials

European Union Results of the Illicit Trafficking Radiation

Assessment Program (ITRAP+10) for

Detection Equipment in Nuclear Security

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 High Level Session 2:

International Bodies and Initiatives for

Nuclear Security: Role of the IAEA in

Coordinating International Efforts

Chairpersons:

(Conference Room B/M1)

K. Heppell-Masys, Canada

N. Akiyama, Japan

INVITED SPEAKERS

Time

09:00 – 09:15

09:15 – 09:30

09:30 – 09:45

Name of Speaker

L. Holgate, USA

Permanent Mission of the USA to the IAEA

V Smirnov, Russian Federation

Department for Non-Proliferation and Arms

Control

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

M. Betti, European Union

Joint Research Centre- Institute for

Transuranium Elements

09:45 – 10:00

10:00 – 10:15

R. Floyd, Australia

Australian Safeguards and Non-Proliferation

Office

A. Singh Gill, India

Ministry of External Affairs

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:25

11:25 – 11:40

11:40 – 12:30

Coffee/Tea Break

E. Gatebe, Kenya

Radiation Protection Board

L. Vinhas, Brazil

Permanent Mission of Brazil to the IAEA

Panel Discussion

Lunch Break and Side Events 12:30 – 14:00

25

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E outside Press Room)

Strengthening the role of the IAEA in nuclear security post

2016 (to be joined by Director NSNS, Mr Raja Raja Adnan)

For full list of side events, see the Schedule of Side Events at

the end of the Programme

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 3A-A/3B-A

Radioactive Material: Identifying Gaps and Strategies for Addressing these

Gaps

Chairpersons:

(Board Room A)

T. Otukile, Botswana

K. Hirsch, USA

N. A. Z. Binte Abdul Aziz, Singapore

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

09:00 – 09:15

493

F. Morris

26

09:15 – 09:30

09:30 – 09:45

09:45 – 10:00

10:00 – 10:15

10:15 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:25

11:25 – 12:30

12:30 – 14:00

461

505

37

104

284

N. Bello

D. Donnelly

I. Iliopulos

J. Zafimanjato

R. Duguay

Coffee/Tea Break

497

A. Nilsson

Panel Discussion

(panel comprises Session presenters)

Lunch Break and Side Events

Designating

Member State

USA

Title of Paper

Nigeria

Legislative and Regulatory Frameworks for the Security of Radioactive Material:

Progress, Gaps, Issues and Challenges

Management of Disused Sources in

Nigeria, Current Actions and Future Plans

USA

Nuclear Threat

Initiative

Madagascar

Achieving Sustainability: A Partnership for

Developing Radioactive Source Security

Training in Peru

Strengthening the Security of Radiological

Sources

Canada

Security of Radioactive Sources in

Madagascar: Achievements and new

Challenges

Canadian Approach to High Risk

Radioactive Sources Security: Lessons

Learned from IPPAS and implementing new Security Requirements

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Sweden Radiological security in the public sector; challenges and alternative approaches

What are the greatest challenges facing all stakeholders in security of radioactive material and associated facilities?

For full list of side events, see the Schedule of Side Events at the end of the Programme

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 3A-1/3B-1

Perspectives on Implementing

Obligations under International

Instruments for Nuclear Security

Chairpersons:

(Press Room)

A. Wetherall, Singapore

J. Herbach , Netherlands

N. Gmucova, Slovakia

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

09:00 – 09:20

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

56

Name of Presenter

S. Pitts-Kiefer

09:20 – 09:40

09:40 – 10:00

10:00 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:30

38

C. Stoiber

182

K. Rauhut

R. Howsley

Question Period

Coffee/Tea Break

107

M. Rosenthal

11:30 – 11:50

11:50 – 12:10

12:10 – 12:30

12:30 – 14:00

45

T. Findlay

M. Bunn

574

Question Period

Lunch Break and Side Events

27

Nuclear Threat

Initiative

USA

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Strengthening the CPPNM Regime: A Path

Forward

World Institute for

Nuclear Security

The Review Conference Process as a

Means for Strengthening Nuclear Security

Industry's Potential Role in Implementing the CPPNM Amendment and Improving

Nuclear Security

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

UN 1540

Committee

Australia

The Role of United Nations Security

Council Resolution 1540 in Supporting

Effective Nuclear Security Measures

World-Wide

Managing the Global Nuclear Security

Architecture after the Summits

USA After the Summits: Key Steps for

Continuing Nuclear Security Progress

For full list of side events, see the Schedule of Side Events at the end of the Programme

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 3A-2/3B-2

Chairpersons:

Nuclear Forensics: Building Confidence in Nuclear Forensic Conclusions

(Conference Room M2)

H. A. Kalambuka, Kenya

R. Kips, USA

A Pidduck, United Kingdom

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

09:00 – 09:15

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

143

Name of Presenter

G. Graham

28

09:15 – 09:30

09:30 – 09:45

09:45 – 10:00

10:00 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:25

11:25 – 11:40

11:40 – 11:55

11:55 – 12:10

12:10 – 12:30

12:30 – 14:00

193

168

448

Question Period

Coffee/Tea Break

445

M. Zuidberg

473

446

317

J. Schwantes

M. Wallenius

J. Zappey

J. Borgardt

A. Nelwamondo

E. De Shane

Question Period

Lunch Break and Side Events

Designating

Member State

Title of Paper

United Kingdom From the Crime Scene to the Laboratory:

Forensic Science Support for a Nuclear

Security Event

USA Advancing the State of Practice and Art of

Nuclear Forensic Science: Past and

Present Nuclear Forensics International

Technical Working Group Collaborative

Materials Exercises

European Union Joint Analysis Exercise on Uranium Pellets

Germany

Attracting the next generation of nuclear forensic scientists –“Experience from a dedicated workshop at the International

Youth Nuclear Congress 2016”

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Netherlands

USA

Generic Integrated Forensic Toolbox

(GIFT): An European initiative to develop a forensic response to CBRN incidents

Results From Galaxy Serpent Version 2; A

Web-Based Table-Top Exercise For

National Nuclear Forensics Libraries

South Africa

USA

Status Progress of the Nuclear Forensics

Capacity Building At NECSA in South

Africa

Training Laboratory Scientists in

Presenting Nuclear Forensic Data and

Expert Witness Testimony

For full list of side events, see the Schedule of Side Events at the end of the Programme

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 3A-3/3B-3

Chairpersons:

Systems and Measures for the Detection of MORC: Design and Implementation

(Conference Room M3)

J. Mc Colm, World Customs Organization

T. Toleubayev, INTERPOL

K. Shahbaz, Pakistan

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

09:00 – 09:20 563

H. Davies

09:20 – 09:40 382

09:40 – 10:00 439

D. Masse

P. Sotomayor

29

10:00 – 10:20

10:20 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:30

11:30 – 11:50

11:50 – 12:10

12:10 – 12:30

384

Question Period

Coffee/Tea Break

201

R. Maurer

347

363

469

V. K. Aerattukkara

N. H. V. Nguyen

E. Carlous

M. Wittrock

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

United Kingdom Role of Science in the UK’s Regime for

Material Out of Regulatory Control

France The French initiative on RN security of critical infrastructures: the REDAR project

Chile

India

Achievements, Progress and Challenges in the Chilean Nuclear Security Detection

Architecture

Development and Usage of Indian

Environmental Radiation Monitoring

Network (IERMON) and Mobile Radiation

Detection System (MRDS) for Enhancing

Nuclear Security in India

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

USA

Viet Nam

Indonesia

USA

Multi-Phased Approach for Detection

Systems and Measures for Nuclear and

Other Radioactive Material Out of

Regulatory Control

Developing National Detection Capability

Reinforcing the Role of the Front Line

Officer within a Nuclear Security Detection

Architecture: Establishment of an

International Network for Front Line

Organizations

Good Practices and Challenges in

Developing and Sustaining a Nuclear

Security Detection Architecture

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 3A-4

Facilitator:

Rapporteur:

Panel: Processes, Challenges, and Tools in Information Management

(Conference Room M4)

P. Karhu, Finland

M. Roumie, Lebanon

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

09:00 – 10:30

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Panel Discussion:

Name of Presenter

30

10:30 – 11:10

96

245

9

154

361

496

P. Karhu

D. Ledingham

R. Samba

A. Gücüyener

H. Kroeger

J. Satterfield

1002

Coffee/Tea Break

J. Cesarek

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

The first panel will focus on the information collection and reporting processes by States to the Agency. This will include actual information collection and reporting mechanisms, as well as desired or prospective mechanisms.

Finland

INTERPOL

Information Exchange on Incidents: Why and How?

Interpol Synopsis

Cameroon

Turkey

Germany

USA

National Experiences and Challenges in

Implementing Nuclear Security information

Management System (NUSIMS).

Developing A Cyber Information Exchange

Ecosystem in the Context of Nuclear Power

Plants

Reporting Criteria for the incident and

Trafficking Database and Issues Arising within a Federal System

International Information-Sharing on

Nuclear and Other Radioactive Materials

Outside of Regulatory Control (MORC)

Slovenia Perspective of an ITDB POC in using ITDB and Information Tools

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 3B-4

Facilitator:

Rapporteur:

Panel: Processes, Challenges, and Tools

in Information Management (Continued)

(Conference Room M4)

P. Karhu, Finland

M. Roumie, Lebanon

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

11:10 – 12:30

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Panel Discussion:

Name of Presenter

31

10:30 – 11:10

96

1004

1005

1006

245

496

Coffee/Tea Break

P. Karhu

D. Dimitrovski

B. Wilson

C. MacMillan

D. Ledingham

J. Satterfield

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

The second panel will focus on what the Agency does and could do with information it collects/receives, including tools inuse and under development with the ITDB, and also how they can benefit States, particularly the ITDB Points of Contact.

Finland

Austria

Information Exchange On incidents: Why and How?

Existing and new information tools used in

ITDB analysis and information sharing

IAEA

European Union The use of information tools for exploiting open source information

INTERPOL

USA

The use of advanced information tools for exploiting information.

Interpol Synopsis

International Information-Sharing on

Nuclear and Other Radioactive Materials

Outside of Regulatory Control (MORC)

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 3A-5/3B-5

Nuclear Material Accounting and Control at Facilities for the purpose of Nuclear

Security

Chairpersons:

(Conference Room M5)

D. Bokov, Russian Federation

M. Darweesh Ahmad, Egypt

J. Leeke, Canada

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

09:00 – 09:20

1

D. Tri Jatmiko

32

09:20 – 09:40

09:40 – 10:00

10:00 – 10:20

10:20 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:30

11:30 – 12:30

12:30 – 14:00

119

276

13

F. Lanave

W. Mohamed

B. Cipiti

Question Period

Coffee/Tea Break

325

T. Edmunds

Panel Discussion

Lunch Break and Side Events

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Indonesia Preliminary Design Implementation for

Nuclear Material Accounting and Control

(NMAC) System At the GA Siwabessy

Multipurpose Reactor BATAN

France The French Centralized Accountancy for

Nuclear Materials: A Strong Contributor for

Nuclear Security

Egypt State Level Approach for Strengthening

Nuclear Security Using Nuclear Material

Accounting for and Control (NMAC):

Egyptian Case

USA Integration of Materials Accountancy and

Process Monitoring Data with Physical

Protection

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

USA Statistical and Simulation Methods for Fuel

Assembly Auditing

The panel will discuss elements of a domestic NMAC system for nuclear security at the facility level at times comparing and contrasting IAEA Safeguards to alleviate confusion between the two systems. The session will open with a panel discussion having member’s form nuclear security, operators, regulators and Safeguards.

For full list of side events, see the Schedule of Side Events at the end of the Programme

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

10:30 – 11:10 Interactive Content Presentations

(Ground Floor of M Building – Outside

Press Room)

INTERACTIVE CONTENT PRESENTATIONS

ICP Station

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

1

113

W. Potter

33

4

5

6

7

2

3

128

460

494

153

302

178

A. Baxter

F. Wong

R. Steiner

L. Fongaro

M. Wilkerson

H. Kalambuka

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

USA

USA

United Kingdom

Utilizing Targeted Social Media to Locate

Orphaned Radiological Sources: Results of

A Pilot Study in Moldova

Decontamination of Radionuclides from

Cellular Material for Forensic STR Analysis

Novel Designs and Conduct for Scenario-

Based Policy Discussions for Nuclear

Security

USA Uranium Radiochronometry intercomparison Study for Nuclear

Forensics Applications

European Union Image Texture Analysis Applications for

Nuclear Forensic investigation

USA Morphology and Chemical Speciation for

Forensic Science of Nuclear Materials

Kenya Microphotonic Forensic Approaches for

Research Development in Nuclear Security

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 High Level Session 3:

Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facilities:

National Approaches, Emerging Trends and Areas to be Addressed

Chairpersons:

(Conference Room B/M1)

M. Žiaková, Slovakia

A. Habib, Pakistan

INVITED SPEAKERS

Time

14:00 – 14:20

14:20 – 14:40

14:40 – 15:00

15:00 – 15:20

Name of Speaker

W. Cloosters, Germany

Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection

Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature

Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety

(BMUB)

J. Hruby, USA

Sandia National Laboratories

Sandia Corporation

C. Quintin, France

Defence and Security

Ministry of Environment, Energy and the Sea

Baek Min, Republic of Korea

Nuclear Safety and Security Commission

15:20 – 15:40

15:40 – 16:20

16:20 – 16:40

16:40 – 17:00

17:00 – 18:00

H.A. Alkaabi, United Arab Emirates

Permanent Mission of the United Arab

Emirates to the IAEA

Coffee/Tea Break

L. Shen, China

China Atomic Energy Agency

K. Denisov, Russian Federation

State Atomic Energy Corporation “Rosatom”

Panel Discussion

34

18:00 Adjourn

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Achieving high levels of nuclear security for nuclear material and nuclear facilities during each stage of the life of a facility – siting to post-decommissioning including

legacy issues

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 3C-A/3D-A

Chairpersons:

National Nuclear Security Regimes

(Board Room A)

B. Kaboro, Kenya

M. Assi, Lebanon

Rapporteur:

A. Shakoor, Pakistan

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

14:00 – 14:20

270

D. Tsutskiridze

14:20 – 14:40

14:40 – 15:00

15:00 – 15:20

15:20 – 15:40

15:40 – 16:20

16:20 – 16:40

16:40 – 17:00

17:00 – 17:20

17:20 – 17:40

17:40 – 18:00

79

413

234

197

41

53

171

345

I. Soufi

B. Bianco

M. Tall

D. Taufiq

Coffee/Tea Break

176

A. Sidorencu

F. Petruceli Coelho

Lima

C. Qiu

S. Bayer

F. Morris

35

Designating

Member State

Georgia

Title of Paper

Morocco

Synergies in Risk Reduction Strategies:

Combining Efforts from IAEA and CBRN

COE National Plan Approaches in Georgia

Nuclear Security: Sustaining Engagement,

Actions and Results

Argentina

Senegal

Nuclear Security: An International Concern

On National Actions

Improving Nuclear Security in a Non-

Nuclear Country: the case of Senegal

Indonesia Nuclear Security Programmes in Border

Areas of Indonesia: The Challenge as an

Archipelagic Country

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Republic of

Moldova

Brazil

International Cooperation for Strengthen of the Moldovan Nuclear Security infrastructure. Case Study: Cooperation

Between Sweden and the Republic of

Moldova

Brazilian Nuclear Security Framework

China

Australia

USA

Status and Prospect of China's Nuclear

Security Legislative Framework

Regime

Review of Australia’s Nuclear Security

The Legislative and Regulatory Framework for the Security of Nuclear and Other

Radioactive Material out of Regulatory

Control: A Virtual Implementing Guide

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 3C-1/3D-1

Chairpersons:

Human Resource Development: Nuclear

Security Education

(Press Room)

A. Alharbi, Saudi Arabia

J. Larkin, South Africa

Rapporteur:

E. Waller, Canada

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

14:00 – 14:20 14

O. Hakam

36

14:20 – 14:40

14:40 – 15:00

15:00 – 15:20

15:20 – 15:40

15:40 – 16:20

16:20 – 16:40

16:40 – 17:00

17:00 – 17:20

17:20 – 17:40

17:40 – 18:00

89

85

190

125

D. Dimitrov

J. Harris

Coffee/Tea Break

289

R. Alves Tavares

295

87

556

Question Period

F. Holl

W. Ibrahim

I. Abdul Rahman Irman

A. Kuye

L. Lentini

Designating

Member State

Morocco

Title of Paper

Germany

Egypt

Bulgaria

USA

The International Nuclear Security

Education Network (INSEN): Achievements and Perspectives

Master’s Degree Program in Nuclear

Security – A Project Overview

Role of Universities in Supporting Human

Resource Development (HRD) for Nuclear

Security

Establishing Master Programme in Nuclear

Security – Bulgarian Experience

Educational Initiatives to Integrate Nuclear

Security and Radiation Protection

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Brazil

Malaysia

Challenges in the Definition and

Implementation of a Nuclear Security

Education Program by a Possible

Cooperation Project between University and Regulator: The Brazilian Context

Development of the MSc in Nuclear Safety,

Security and Safeguards by Malaysia:

Process and Lessons Learnt for Beginner

States

Nigeria Graded Approach to Nuclear Security

Education and Training in Nigeria – The

University of Port Harcourt Experience

United Kingdom Nuclear Security Train-the-Trainer

Professional Development Courses:

Lessons Learned

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 3C-2/3D-2

Nuclear Forensics: The Science and

Interpretation of Nuclear Forensic

Signatures

Chairpersons:

(Conference Room M2)

V. Fedchenko, SIPRI

G. Kochev, Russian Federation

J. Borgardt, USA

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

14:00 – 14:15

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

161

Name of Presenter

K. Mayer

14:15 – 14:30

14:30 – 14:45

14:45 – 15:00

15:00 – 15:15

15:15 – 15:30

15:40 – 16:20

16:20 – 16:35

123

A. Kumar

166

M. Wallenius

S. Lamont

451

282

A. Pidduck

Question Period

Coffee/Tea Break

561

V. Stebelkov

16:35 – 16:50 207

D. Schnaars

16:50 – 17:05 211

17:05 – 17:20 138

Y. Kimura

R. Awbery

37

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

European Union Nuclear Forensic Science - The Way

Ahead

India Non-Destructive Assay of Low Enriched

Uranium for Nuclear Forensic Applications

European Union Propagation of Impurities at the Front-End of Fuel Cycle

USA Alpha Spectrometry Techniques for

Nuclear Forensics

United Kingdom High-Mass-Resolution SIMS Capability for

Nuclear Forensics Analysis

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Russian

Federation

Necessity of the Development of National

Nuclear Forensics Experts Training

USA

Japan

Internationalizing National Nuclear

Forensics Libraries: Response to a Query,

USA of America – Canada Joint

Submission

Development of Nuclear Forensics

Capabilities in Japan: Status of Prototype

Library Development Including Discriminant

Analysis Methodologies

United Kingdom Building a Nuclear Forensics Provenance

Capability for the UK

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 3C-2/3D-2

Nuclear Forensics: The Science and

Interpretation of Nuclear Forensic

Signatures

Chairpersons:

(Conference Room M2)

V. Fedchenko, SIPRI

G. Kochev, Russian Federation

J. Borgardt, USA

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

17:20 – 17:35

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

34

Name of Presenter

Z. Hassan Akl

17:35 – 18:00

18:00

Question Period

Adjourn

38

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Egypt A Proposed Approach for Developing a

Nuclear Forensics Library in Egypt

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 3C-3/3D-3

Chairpersons:

(Before Coffee

Break)

Computer Security for Industrial Control

Systems in Nuclear Facilities: Design and

Testing of Computer Security Controls

(Conference Room M3)

C Macleod, United Kingdom

H. I. Ibrahim, Egypt

Chairpersons:

(After Coffee

Break)

Rapporteurs:

M. Fabro, Canada

J. Trolle, France

V. Vuillard, France

A. Buzdugan, Republic of Moldova

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

14:00 – 14:20

47

R. Busquim e Silva

39

14:20 – 14:40

14:40 – 15:00

15:00 – 15:20

15:20 – 15:40

15:40 – 16:20

16:20 – 16:40

16:40 – 17:00

510

328

362

550

J. Li

W. West

Coffee/Tea Break

436

K. Waedt

69

U. Vaidya

E. Quinn

A. Bhattacharjee

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Brazil

China

Use of State Estimation Methods for

Instrumentation and Control Cyber

Security Assessment in Nuclear Facilities

Intrusion-tolerant Control for the I&C systems of NPPs

USA

India

International

Electrotechnical

Commission (IEC)

The IEC Standard Series on Cybersecurity for Nuclear Power Plants

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Germany

Performance Testing of Security Controls in Industrial Control Systems and

Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition

Systems

Safety and Security perspectives in designing Programmable Logic controllers for C&I System of Critical Nuclear Facilities

India

Cybersecurity Modelling for Nuclear

Facilities: Interactions between System

Specifications and Security Controls

Securing Computing Servers for Nuclear

Facilities

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 3C-3/3D-3

Chairpersons:

(Before Coffee

Break)

Computer Security for Industrial Control

Systems in Nuclear Facilities: Design and

Testing of Computer Security Controls

(Conference Room M3)

C Macleod, United Kingdom

H. I. Ibrahim, Egypt

Chairpersons:

(After Coffee

Break)

Rapporteurs:

M. Fabro, Canada

J. Trolle, France

V. Vuillard, France

A. Buzdugan, Republic of Moldova

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

17:00 – 17:20

17:20 – 17:40

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

220

557

Name of Presenter

R. Valkama

K. Kwon

40

17:40 – 18:00

18:00

392

Adjourn

Z. Ma

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Finland

Austria

Rethinking Classification of Digital Assets

Republic of Korea Research on Methodology to Prioritize

Critical Digital Assets based on Nuclear

Risk Assessment

Building IT Security into OT Environments:

Challenges & Strategies from a Lifecycle

Perspective

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

14:00 – 15:40 Technical Session: 3C-4

Facilitator:

Rapporteur:

Panel Discussion: Systems and

Measures for the Detection of MORC:

Design and Implementation

(Conference Room M4)

K. Perajarvi, GICNT

K. Shahbaz, Pakistan

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

14:00 – 14:15

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

430

Name of Presenter

A. Al Madfaei

14:15 – 14:30 351

W. Janssens

41

14:30 – 14:45

14:45 – 15:40

15:40 – 16:20

223

A. Oprea

Panel Discussion (Panellists to include

Oral Presenters above and the following invited participants below)

N/A

N/A

V. Evans

I. Mazlina

N/A

R. Dos Santos

Coffee/Tea Break

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

United Arab

Emirates

FALCON – the first inter-Arab Nuclear

Detection and Response exercise

European Union European Union Simulation Exercise to

Test and Improve Nuclear Security

Practices: COSINUS 2016 : Cooperation

Simulation of Nuclear Security

Republic of

Moldova

Blind Exercise for Combatting Illicit

Trafficking. Lessons Learnt

What role do exercises have in evaluating and sustaining

detection architectures?

United Kingdom

Malaysia

Brazil

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 3C-5/3D-5

Facilitator:

Rapporteur:

Panel Discussion: Perspectives on

Implementing Obligations under

International Instruments for Nuclear

Security

(Conference Room M5)

A. Wetherall, Singapore

N. Gmucova, Slovakia

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

14:00 – 15:40

Panel Discussion

275

488

R. Mohd Tahar

N. Klos

246

457

499

15:40 – 16:20

16:20 – 18:00

514

Coffee/Tea Break

Panel Discussion

O. Heinonen

253

P. Gizowska

G. Jonkmans

B. Sur

S. Noor

42

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

The challenges of implementing international

commitments, nationally

Malaysia Handling Nuclear Security Offences –

Experience by Malaysia

Ukraine Ratification of Amendment to the CPPNM in Ukraine: Lessons Learned and Future

Perspective

Poland Entry into Force of CPPNM/A:

Strengthening Nuclear Security

Cooperation Through International Law

Canada Enhancing Nuclear Security Through

Collaborative Investments in Science and

Technology

Canada Technological Developments in Nuclear

Security: Canada’s Contributions from

R&D to Application

Finland Nuclear Safety, Safeguards and Security –

Strengthening the Global Nuclear Order

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

The role of regional organisations and bilateral programmes in supporting national implementation of international obligations.

VCDNP Combating Illicit Trafficking of Nuclear and

Other Radioactive Materials: A Regional

Response to a Global Threat

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14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 3C-5/3D-5

Facilitator:

Rapporteur:

Panel Discussion: Perspectives on

Implementing Obligations under

International Instruments for Nuclear

Security

(Conference Room M5)

A. Wetherall, Singapore

N. Gmucova, Slovakia

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

500

Name of Presenter

J. Satterfield

172

173

543

M. Goulart

S. Abousahl

H. Rehman

18:00 Adjourn

43

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

USA Outcomes of the EC-US 2016 Counter

Nuclear Smuggling Workshop

European Union EU Contribution to Global CBRN Security

European Union EU activities in Support to Nuclear Security

Pakistan Evolving Nuclear Security Cooperation:

Challenges and Opportunities

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

15:40 – 16:20 Interactive Content Presentations

(Ground Floor of M Building – Outside

Press Room)

INTERACTIVE CONTENT PRESENTATIONS

ICP Station

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

15:40 – 16:00 Interactive Content Presentations

1 80

K. Unlu

44

2

3

4

5

429

417

6

7

467

381

P. Thompson

S. Chandragiri

16:00 – 16:20 Interactive Content Presentations

1

386

H. Hall

2

506

521

258

P. Pengvanich

W. Chen

D. H. Nugroho

E. Quinn

R. Bloomfield

Designating

Member State

USA

Thailand

China

Indonesia

Title of Paper

Nuclear Security Graduate Education

Program: Global Nuclear Security Policies instruction at Penn State

Research and Development in Nuclear

Security at Chulalongkorn University

Information Security Evaluation Method for

Digital Control System at Nuclear Power

Plant

AHP (Analytic Hierarchy Process)-based

Cause and Consequence to Evaluate the

Cyber Security Risk for Research Reactor

Instrumentation and Control

International

Electrotechnical

Commission (IEC)

A New International Standard on

Cybersecurity for Nuclear Power Plants:

IEC 62645-Requirements for Security

Programmes for Computer-Based

Systems

United Kingdom Ensuring there is a Next Generation of

Recruits to the Nuclear industry

India Integrated Cyber Security Appliance (ICSA) for I&C systems

USA Building the Next Generation of Nuclear

Security Practitioners – the University of

Tennessee Experience

United Kingdom Security-Informed Safety: a practical approach for I&C systems

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

09:00 – 18:00 Poster Session – 3P0

(Poster Area – Outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

1

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

7

Name of Presenter

G. Nikolaou

5

6

2

3

4

7

27

33

40

48

52

82

J. Al-behadili

M. Bitadze

R. Menya

A. Otim

F. Alim

Y. López Forteza

45

10

11

12

8

9

13

14

88

90

92

97

100

105

131

K. Bodor

H. Yoo

T. Bull

M. Assi

B. Kaboro

E. Chesire

V. Da Silva Simões

Designating

Member State

Greece

Title of Paper

Iraq

Georgia

Uganda

Uganda

Turkey

Identification of Unknown Spent Nuclear

Fuel Through its Plutonium Composition

National Nuclear Security Regime (Iraqi's

Experience)

Nuclear Security System in Georgia

Security of Radioactive Materials and

Associated Facilities in Uganda

Cyber-crime and Cyber Security in Uganda

Overview of Nuclear Security System in

Turkey

Cuba

Hungary

Republic of Korea Strengthening of Nuclear Security Regime in the ROK after the Nuclear Security

Summit

Australia Research Supporting Operational

Capabilities in Nuclear Forensics: The

Example of DNA Analysis in Australia

Lebanon

Experiences and Achievements in Cuba on

Strengthening Nuclear Security: IAEA

Support

Capabilities of the New Mobile Laboratory of Centre for Energy Research in Hungary

Kenya

A New Trend to Establish Nuclear Security infrastructure - Lebanese Approach

An Assessment of Kenya's Nuclear

Security Preparedness in the Development of Nuclear Energy Programme

Kenya

Brazil

The Role of Advanced Nuclear Power

Countries in Establishing a Sustainable

Nuclear Security Regime for the New-

Comer Countries.

State Governance Over Sensitive Nuclear

Information in Accordance with the

Provisions of the IAEA NSS No. 23-G: an

Institutional Approach on the case of Brazil

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

09:00 – 18:00 Poster Session – 3P0

(Poster Area – Outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

15

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

169

Name of Presenter

S. Bozhko

16 179

17 181

B. Bhatt

K. Mayer

46

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

200

208

231

248

260

281

315

344

355

359

G. Angelovski

D. Schnaars

H. Mohd Ali

J. Bannon

N. Zainal Abidin

M. Dragusin

L. Agyeman

I. Gunawan

H. Vuong

M. Roumie

Designating

Member State

Ukraine

Kenya

Title of Paper

European Union Results of a Collaborative Exercise on

Uranium Radiochronometry in the Frame of

Nuclear Forensic Investigations

The Former

Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Physical Protection Regime in the Republic of Macedonia

USA

Malaysia

The U.S. Procedure for Accepting

International Queries to the U.S. National

Nuclear Forensics Library

Institutionalising National Nuclear Security

Capabilities Experience in Malaysia

Austria

Malaysia

Status of the Ukrainian State Physical

Protection System

Utility of Laser Raman Spectromicroscopy in Rapid Nuclear Forensic Microanalysis

Geoprivacy Methodologies to Permit the

Safe Use of Nuclear Security Event Data in a GIS Application

Outweighing Benefits and Challenges of international Cooperation in Developing

Nuclear Security Capabilities in Malaysia

Romania

Ghana

Indonesia

Viet Nam

Lebanon

Nuclear Security at IFIN-HH: Commitment and Actions

National Legislative and Regulatory

Framework for Nuclear Security

Developing Nuclear Security Act Through

National Coordination

Viet Nam’s Nuclear Security Infrastructure:

Current Status and Prospective

Overview of Legal and Technical

Implementation of a Nuclear Security

Regime in Lebanon

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09:00 – 18:00 Poster Session – 3P0

(Poster Area – Outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

28

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

360

Name of Presenter

W. Mohamed

29 365

C. Diah

47

30

31

32

33

37

38

39

40

41

34

35

36

366

371

375

380

441

450

456

389

399

402

419

424

J. Kamande

A. Krasnoborodko

M. Stapleton

M. Ridwan

M. Nugraheni

O. Ofodile

J. Abran

K. Changkrueng

B. Kokwane

D. Guo

E. Finschi

J. Fiel

Designating

Member State

Egypt

Indonesia

Title of Paper

The Proposed Drafting Process for Nuclear

Security Regulations: Egyptian Case Study

The BAPETEN Budgeting Planning to

Support the National Nuclear Security

Program in Indonesia

Kenya’s Approach to Nuclear Security Kenya

Russian Federation Modernization of Physical Protection

Educational Laboratories in the National

Research Nuclear University MEPhI

United Kingdom Handling Missing Data in Nuclear

Forensics Analysis

Indonesia Strengthening National Nuclear Security

Post-NSS Commitment: Approaches,

Trends and Issues to Be Addressed

Indonesia

Nigeria

Legal Framework for Nuclear Security in

Indonesia

Nuclear Security for A New Comer Country

– Nigeria’s Approach

Indonesia

Thailand

Strengthening the National Nuclear

Security Coordination in Indonesia Through the interagency Cooperation

Thailand Nuclear Security: 5 years

Achievement

South Africa

China

Chile

Brazil

South Africa Results and Experience from the Galaxy Serpent Table top Exercise

Concept for Building Nuclear Forensics

Libraries.

Application of Laser Ionization Mass

Spectrometry in Uranium Forensics

National Experience in the use of the ITDB-

IAEA

Nuclear Security in the Brazilian Reality

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Wednesday, 7 December 2016

09:00 – 18:00 Poster Session – 3P0

(Poster Area – Outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

42

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

465

Name of Presenter

P. Thompson

43 466

A. Simo

48

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

475

478

482

502

517

526

544

580

940

R. Kips

R. Kips

M. Schoonen

V. Janjić

D. Childs

J. Alcock

G. Vagin

A. Miranda Cuadros

J. Facetti

Designating

Member State

Title of Paper

United Kingdom Nuclear Families – Arranging Uranium by a

Combination of Isotopics and Past History

Cameroon

USA

Impacts of Integrated Nuclear Security

Support Plan on Establishing National

Nuclear Security Regime

Synthetic Datasets for National Nuclear

Forensics Library Development

USA

USA

Serbia

International Nuclear Forensics Capacity

Building through the Joint Sample Analysis of a Uranium Ore Concentrate

Non-destructive Synchrotron-based

Chemical Analysis of Swipe Samples for

Uranium Particles

Enhancing Nuclear Security in Republic of

Serbia

United Kingdom Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass

Spectrometry (ICP-MS) for Nuclear

Forensics Applications

United Kingdom Determining the Origins of Uranium Ore

Concentrates using Principle Component

Analysis Models of Characterisation Data

Ukraine Improvement in Operational Safety of

Nuclear Facilities by Providing of the

Synergy between Nuclear Safety and

Nuclear Security

Bolivia

Paraguay

Nuclear Security System – Bolivia

Design and Implementation of an

Integrated National Security Plan in a

Developing Country as Paraguay

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2016-11-29 16:20:30

Thursday, 8 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 High Level Session 4:

Radioactive Materials and Associated

Facilities, including Radioactive Sources:

National approaches, Emerging Trends and Areas to be Addressed

Chairpersons:

(Conference Room B/M1)

A. Harrington, USA

J. E. Istiyanto, Indonesia

INVITED SPEAKERS

Time

09:00 – 09:15

09:15 – 09:30

09:30 – 09:45

Name of Speaker

V. Kuzin, Russian Federation

Federal Environmental, Industrial and

Nuclear Supervision Service

(Rostechnadzor)

Z. Gross, France

Disarmament and Non Proliferation

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

S. Lillie, New Zealand

Office of Radiation Safety

Ministry of Health

09:45 – 10:00

10:00 – 10:15

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:25

11:25 – 11:40

R. Czarwinski, Germany

Federal Office for Radiation Protection

N. Semblat, Canada

Nuclear and Radiological Security, Global

Partnership Programme

Coffee/Tea Break

B. Nyarko, Ghana

Ghana Atomic Energy Commission

R. Corcho Gomez, Cuba

Directorate of International Relations and

Collaboration, Ministry of Interior

11:25 – 12:30

Panel Discussion

12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break and Side Events

49

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Ensuring the security of radioactive material throughout its lifecycle

For full list of side events, see the Schedule of Side Events at

the end of the Programme

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session: 4A-A

Chairpersons:

Major Public Events

(Board Room A)

T. Matikas, Greece

Z. Xu, China

Rapporteur:

R. Maurer, USA

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

09:00 – 09:20

283

S. Buntman

09:20 – 09:40

09:40 – 10:00

10:00 – 10:20

10:20 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:10

353

377

X. Tao

D. Masse

480

Question Period

Coffee/Tea Break

R. Dos Santos

50

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

USA Security Measures that Address the

Nuclear/Radiological Threat at Major

Public Events

Viet Nam Preparedness and Implementation of

Nuclear Security Plan for Hung Temple

Festival, Vietnam in 2016

France French Organization and Technical

Developments Related to the RN Security of Major Public Events

Brazil Nuclear Security Measures at the XXXI

Summer Olympic Games Rio 2016

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E outside Press Room)

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99

2016-11-29 16:20:31

Thursday, 8 December 2016

11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session: 4B-A

Chairpersons:

Rapporteur:

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: Good Drone or Bad?

(Board Room A)

J. Edwards, United Kingdom

C. Brown, USA

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

11:10 – 11:30

376

P. Chaudhury

51

11:30 – 11:50

11:50 – 12:10

12:10 – 12:30

12:30 – 14:00

42

472

M. Ahmed

K. Araujo

531

J. Scott

Lunch Break and Side Events

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

India

Bangladesh

Aerial Radiation Monitoring Systems,

Methodology and Exercises to

Demonstrate Capability for Search of

Orphan Sources and Assessment of Large

Area Radioactive Contamination

Civilian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle a Threat to Nuclear Facilities - A Case Study

USA The Role of Unmanned Vehicles in Nuclear

Technology and Radiation Protection: The

Cases of the United States and France

United Kingdom UAV’s in the Nuclear Sector: A Technology

Roadmap

For full list of side events, see the Schedule of Side Events at the end of the Programme

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101

2016-11-29 16:20:31

Thursday, 8 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 4A-1/4B-1

Chairpersons:

Human Resources Development:

Training

(Press Room)

M. Labyntseva, Russian Federation

N. Peterson, USA

R. M. Tahar, Malaysia

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

09:00 – 09:10

N/A

09:10 – 09:30

470

M. Labyntseva

N. Peterson

D. Pappas

09:30 – 09:50

09:50 – 10:10

10:10 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:30

11:30 – 11:50

11:50 – 12:10

12:10 – 12:30

61

537

16

C. Tertrais

S. Chuvaev

J. Lolich

Coffee/Tea Break

358

P. Legoux

299

Z. Hassan

164

Question Period

J. Galy

52

Designating

Member State

Title of Paper

Russian Federation Overview of the Session and USA

Border Monitoring

Working Group

Approaches to Sustained Operations,

Maintenance and Management of

Radiation Detection Systems (BMWG)

France

Russian

Federation

A Strengthened Security Through High

Training and Exercises requirements

Role of Training Courses for the End

User’s Staff in Increase of Efficiency and

Extension of Lifetime of Radiation

Detection Systems for Nuclear Security

Argentina Hypothetical Nuclear Research Institute To

Assist In Establishing A Nuclear Security

System

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

World Institute for

Nuclear Security

Egypt

WINS Contribution to the Strengthening of

Radiological Security Worldwide

ENRRA’s Practices in Human Resources

Development in the Field of Nuclear

Security

European Union EUSECTRA: Half a Decade of Operation in

Strengthening Nuclear Security Through

Continuous Professional Development and

Training

Continuation of the question session is during the Discussion Session: 4C-4/4D-4 on 8 December 2016 14:00-18:00

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 4A-2/4B-2

Chairpersons:

Physical Protection: Through the Nuclear

Fuel Cycle

(Conference Room M2)

S. Bayer, Australia

E. Monales, South Africa

M. L. Kostor, Malaysia

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

09:00 – 09:20

12

C. Vestergaard

53

09:20 – 09:40

09:40 – 10:00

10:00 – 10:20

10:20 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:30

11:30 – 12:30

459

986

405

A. Rduch

Question Period

Coffee/Tea Break

17

R. Rosano

Panel Discussion

230

55

B. McGinnis

E. Nikhanov

S. Suharyanta

M. Abdelaal

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Denmark

USA

Front-End Security: Prudent Approaches to Securing Uranium in Mining, Milling and

Conversion

The Development and Implementation of

Guidance and Training for Nuclear Security in the Uranium Extraction Industry

Kazakhstan Invited Contribution: Prudent Management

Practices for Uranium Ore Concentrate to

Support Nuclear Security from a Uranium

Mine in Kazakhstan

Germany Nuclear Security During the

Decommissioning of NPPs

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

USA The Future of Nuclear Security

Addressing the challenges of Nuclear Security spanning the entire nuclear fuel cycle

Indonesia

Egypt

Indonesia's Experience and Challenges of

Implementation of Physical Protection in

Facilities

Robustness of the Synergy between Safety and Security for Nuclear Facilities

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105

2016-11-29 16:20:31

Thursday, 8 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 4A-2/4B-2

Chairpersons:

Physical Protection: Through the Nuclear

Fuel Cycle

(Conference Room M2)

S. Bayer, Australia

E. Monales, South Africa

M. L. Kostor, Malaysia

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

538

Name of Presenter

N. Rudin

54

12:30 – 14:00

19

N. Uetake

Lunch Break and Side Events

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Russian

Federation

Physical Protection expansion: from Metal

Detectors and Radiation Monitors to X-Ray

/ MUON Imaging Systems and Explosives

Detectors.

Japan Lessons for Nuclear Security Learned from the Accident of Fukushima-Daiichi

For full list of side events, see the Schedule of Side Events at the end of the Programme

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107

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 4A-3/4B-3

Chairpersons:

Nuclear Forensics: Nuclear Forensics

Serving a Nuclear Security Infrastructure

(Conference Room M3)

M. Wallenius, European Union

M. Zaryah, Morocco

J. Zappey, Germany

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

09:00 – 09:15

91

T. Bull

09:15 – 09:30

455

K. Mayer

55

09:30 – 09:45

09:45 – 10:00

10:00 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:25

11:25 – 11:40

11:40 – 11:55

11:55 – 12:10

12:10 – 12:30

12:30 – 14:00

551

10

G. Kochev

E. Kovacs-Szeles

Question Period

Coffee/Tea Break

434

E. Inrig

385

383

J. Han

S. Mishra

350

E. Elish

Question Period

Lunch Break and Side Events

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Australia Commitments and Actions from the GICNT

Nuclear Forensics Working Group

Nuclear Forensics

International

Technical Working

Group

The Nuclear Forensics International

Technical Working Group (ITWG): Being

Different and Making a Difference

Russian Federation

Legal Basis for Forensic Examination of

Nuclear and Radioactive Materials

Hungary A Model for Regional Cooperation in

Nuclear Forensics

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Canada

India

Development of a Coordinated Canadian

Nuclear Forensics Capability

Republic of Korea Strategies for Building Nuclear Forensic

Capability in the Republic of Korea

Development of Nuclear Forensics for

Prevention and Response to Nuclear and

Radiological Threats

Israel A Review of Nuclear Forensics Activities in

Israel

For full list of side events, see the Schedule of Side Events at the end of the Programme

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 4A-4

Facilitator:

Rapporteur:

Panel: Preventive and Protective

Measures against Insider Threats

(Conference Room M4)

J. Leeke, Canada

N. Gmucova, Slovakia

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

09:00 – 10:30

Panel Discussion

10:30 – 11:10

196

175

136

428

Coffee/Tea Break

D. Stanford

S. Streetman

A. Stapp

V. Lucic

56

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

1) What are the enhancements of existing preventive and

protective measures against insiders to reduce the risk of theft of nuclear material and sabotage at nuclear facilities?

2) What challenges remain when implementing effective

(including cost-effective) measures against insiders? What are the gaps that persist in our understanding of insider threat and mitigation?

USA Insider Considerations for Sabotage

Analysis

USA Natural Language Processing to Support

Insider Threat Detection

USA Accommodating Cultural Context within

Trustworthiness Programs

Serbia Information Security and Insider Threats -

Challenges and Risk Management

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

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111

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

10:30 – 11:10 Interactive Content Presentations

(Ground Floor of M Building – Outside

Press Room)

INTERACTIVE CONTENT PRESENTATIONS

ICP Station

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

1

94

B. Briyatmoko

57

2

3

4

5

6

1

203

294

286

438

70

98

E. Magalhaes de

Souza

R. Gonzales

M. Nalabandian

E. Thomas

J. Kamen

P. Dethier

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Australia and

Indonesia

Brazil

USA

Nuclear Threat

Initiative

USA

USA

Belgium

A Bilateral Exchange of Nuclear Forensics

Knowledge to Enhance Nuclear Security in the Asia-Pacific Region

Radiation Detectors for use in Major Public

Events: Classification, Requirements, Main

Features, Tests and Lessons Learned.

The Mirasol System Pathogen Reduction

Technology a Safe and Efficacious

Alternative to Gamma Irradiation in

Preventing Transfusion-associated Graft versus Host Disease

Global Action on Cybersecurity at Nuclear

Facilities: Moving Beyond the Status Quo

Supplanting Old with the New: Risks and

Waning Benefits Associated with Medical use of Cobalt-60 in the Era of Modern

Linear Accelerators

Investigation Of Using X-Ray Irradiator To

Replace Gamma Irradiator To Reduce The

Risk Of Malicious Use Of Radioactive

Materials

X-Ray: The Emerging Alternative

Technology to Gamma Industrial

Irradiation. Benefits, Challenges and Ways

Forward

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 High Level Session 5:

Nuclear and Other Radioactive Material

Out of Regulatory Control: Existing

Approaches, Emerging Trends and Areas to be Addressed

Chairpersons:

(Conference Room B/M1)

G. de Salazar Serantes, Spain

J. E. Santos, Brazil

INVITED SPEAKERS

Time

14:00 – 14:20

14:20 – 14:40

14:40 – 15:00

Name of Speaker

L. Villanueva, Chile

Comision Chilena de Energia Nuclear

I. Soufi, Morocco

Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and

Environment

K. Peräjärvi, Finland

GICNT Working Group on Detection

15:00 – 15:20

15:20 – 15:40

15:40 – 16:20

16:20 – 16:40

16:40 – 17:00

17:00 – 18:00

S. Abousahl, European Union

Joint Research Centre-HQ Nuclear Safety and Security

I. Mazlina Mat Isa, Malaysia

Malaysia, National Security Council

Coffee/Tea Break

V. Evans, United Kingdom

Border Force, Border Systems

W. Brasure, USA

Domestic Nuclear Detection Office

Department of Homeland Security

Panel Discussion

18:00 Adjourn

58

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Regaining control of nuclear and other radioactive material out of regulatory control

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115

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 4C-A/4D-A

Chairpersons:

Nuclear Security Culture

(Board Room A)

G. Emi-Reynolds, Ghana

A. R. Antariksawan, Indonesia

Rapporteur:

R. Matsuzawa, Japan

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

14:00 – 14:20

147

N. Noro

14:20 – 14:40

552

14:40 – 15:00

15:00 – 15:20

393

458

15:20 – 15:40

65

C. Hobbs

P. Muthuvelu

S. Brissette

A. Wendland

15:40 – 16:20

16:20 – 16:40

16:40 – 17:00

Coffee/Tea Break

129

F. De Lemos

309

A. Williams

59

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Japan Development of the Group Discussion

Method for Nuclear Security Culture

Promotion: Good Practice of Japan

United Kingdom The United Kingdom’s Experience in

Developing a Nuclear Security Culture

Programme

Malaysia Venture into the Arena of Medical Security

Culture – Challenges and Apprehensions

Canada Practical Considerations of Undertaking an

Integrated Nuclear Safety and Security

Culture Assessment

Germany Negotiating Nuclear Security under Social

Stress: On-site Participant Observations on Human and Organizational Factors in

Nuclear Facilities of the Global North

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Brazil

USA

A systemic approach for the nuclear security culture enhancement

Capturing Human, Social & Organizational

Influences on Nuclear Security: System-

Theoretic Assumption Guided Evaluation

(STAGE)

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 4C-A/4D-A

Chairpersons:

Nuclear Security Culture

(Board Room A)

G. Emi-Reynolds, Ghana

A. R. Antariksawan, Indonesia

Rapporteur:

R. Matsuzawa, Japan

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

17:00 – 18:00

Panel Discussion

18:00

192

541

1008

513

184

Adjorn

C. Speicher

Y. Taly

A. Atkins

Khairul

I. Khripunov

60

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Germany

Title of Paper

Addressing the challenges and achieving a sustainability of a strong security culture

Two themes to be discussed will be:

1) Effective regulatory oversight for nuclear security culture, and

2) The ways to advance global effort for nuclear security culture including international cooperation and coordination as an instrumental mechanism for nuclear security culture promotion.

The Regulator’s Tools to Support the

Evaluation and Optimization of the

Operator’s Nuclear Security Culture

India

The Role of Regulatory Control in

Sustaining Nuclear Security Culture in India

USA

Indonesia

USA

Invited Panellist

A Multi-Stakeholders Approach toward

Development of Sustainable Nuclear

Security Culture: Indonesia’s Experience

A Road Map for Nuclear Security Culture

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 4C-1/4D-1

Chairpersons:

Security of Nuclear and Other

Radioactive Material in Transport

(Press Room)

H. Neau, World Nuclear Transport

Institute;

J. Seguis, Philippines

P. Funk, France

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

14:00 – 14:20

310

A. Williams

61

14:20 – 14:40

14:40 – 15:00

15:00 – 15:20

62

67

137

15:20 – 15:40

15:40 – 16:20

16:20 – 16:40

16:40 – 17:00

186

Y. Liu

Coffee/Tea Break

421

T. Nielsen

83

F. Augusto da Silva

17:00 – 17:20

17:20 – 17:40

373

431

C. Tertrais

S. Skelton

A. Cameron

M. Doehler

P. Kanchana

D. Nabayaogo

Designating

Member State

Title of Paper

USA A New Look at Transportation Security: A

Complex Risk Mitigation Framework for the Security of International Spent Nuclear

Fuel Transportation

France Enhancing unpredictability on Nuclear

Transports

United Kingdom Planning an International Category I

Nuclear Material Transport

Germany The Estimation of Potential Consequences from the Sabotage of Nuclear Material

Transports

USA Advances in Tracking and Monitoring

Transport and Storage of Nuclear Materials

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Sweden

Brazil

Thailand

How to Arrange a Big Nuclear Security

Exercise

An Overview of Security of Radioactive

Sources on Industrial Radiography and a

Case of Responding to Security Incident

Involving Radioactive Sources

Building Regulatory Competence for

Transport Security in Thailand

Burkina Faso Security of other Radioactive Material during their transport in Burkina Faso: gaps and challenges

17:40 – 18:00 Question Period

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14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 4C-2/4D-2

Chairpersons:

Physical Protection: Approaches and

Evaluation Tools

(Conference Room M2)

R. Sabas, Lithuania

J. Rivers, USA

I. Haq, Pakistan

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

14:00 – 14:20

539

A. Izmaylov

62

14:20 – 14:40

14:40 – 15:00

15:00 – 15:20

15:20 – 15:40

15:40 – 16:20

16:20 – 16:40

16:40 – 17:00

17:00 – 17:20

17:20 – 17:40

17:40 – 18:00

18:00

122

250

73

108

487

331

Adjorn

A. Freer

M. Koh

R. Alves Tavares

Question Period

Coffee/Tea Break

139

E. Waller

160

410

A. Nilsson

Y. Han

L. Cheng

J. Lautier

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Russian

Federation

Methodology and Tools of Effectiveness

Evaluation and Conceptual Designing of

Nuclear Materials and Facilities Physical

Protection Systems

United Kingdom Nuclear Security Exercises for

Contingency Response to Nuclear Security

Events

Republic of Korea

Performance Evaluation of Contingency

Response Exercise at Nuclear Power

Plants

Brazil A Performance-Based Approach to Design and Evaluation of Nuclear Security

Systems for Brazilian Nuclear Facilities

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Canada

Sweden, France,

Denmark

China

The Role of Modelling and Simulation in

Nuclear Security Optimization

Building Confidence of Effective Nuclear

Security – The Role of IPPAS Missions

The Establishment of Performance Test and Authentication System for Nuclear

Security Equipment

USA

France

Markov Approach to Evaluate Physical

Protection of Nuclear Energy Systems

Protecting Sensitive Nuclear Sites

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14:00 – 15:40 Technical Session: 4C-3

Computer Security: Regulation and

Policies in Nuclear Security Regimes

(Conference Room M3)

Chairpersons:

K. Sekgaphane, South Africa

A. Sidorencu, Republic of Moldova

Rapporteurs:

S. Hilts, Canada

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

14:00 – 14:20

412

B. Zong

14:20 – 14:40

273

M. Brown

14:40 – 15:00

15:00 – 15:20

102

420

15:20 – 15:40

221

15:40 – 16:20 Coffee/Tea Break

J. Trolle

A. Kim

M. Imase

63

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

China Cyber Security at Nuclear Facilities in

China

USA Lessons Learned in Developing Guidance for Cybersecurity Programs at Civilian

Nuclear Power Plants

France

Republic of Korea

Lesson Learned from ROK's Regulatory

Activities on Nuclear Facility's Cyber

Incident Response

Japan

EDF Computer Security Approach: An

IAEA and IEC Based Approach

Effort to enhance the computer security regulation including field exercise on coordinated cyber-physical attacks in

Japan

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

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125

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session: 4D-3

Computer Security: Regulation and

Policies in Nuclear Security Regimes

(Conference Room M3)

Chairpersons:

M. Johnson, USA

C. Engelhardt, Germany

Rapporteurs:

R. Valkama, Finland

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

16:20 – 16:40

343

C. Stevens

16:40 – 17:00

944

A. Keizer

17:00 – 17:20

156

M. Hossain

17:20 – 17:40

545

17:40 – 18:00

64

18:00

Adjourn

R. Hoffman

A. Van Dine

64

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Australia

Netherlands

Adapting Computer Security Frameworks for a Nuclear Security Focus

Nuclear Industry Summit 2016: Process,

Challenges and Results

Bangladesh

USA

Nuclear Threat

Initiative

An Analysis of Regulatory Frameworks for

Adopting Cyber DBT at Nuclear Facilities:

Bangladesh Perspectives

Nuclear Computer Security Self-

Assessment Processes to Ensure Program

Effectiveness and Interoperability with

SS29, 2014 IPPAS Guidelines.

Transformative Guiding Principles for

Implementing Cybersecurity at Nuclear

Facilities

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127

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14:40 – 15:40

15:40 – 16:20

16:20 – 17:10

Thursday, 8 December 2016

14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 4C-4/4D-4

Facilitator:

Rapporteur:

Panel Discussion: Human Resource

Development: Training

(Conference Room M4)

J. Lolich, Argentina

R. M. Tahar, Malaysia

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

14:00 – 14:10

14:10 – 14:35

N/A

528

J. Lolich

K. Ragusa

14:35 – 15:00

523

M. Labyntseva

Panel Discussion (Panellists from

Technical Session 4A-1/4B-1 and 4C-4)

470

D. Pappas

61

537

358

C. Tertrais

S. Chuvaev

P. Legoux

164

299

N/A

J. Galy

Z. Hassan

N. Peterson

528

523

Coffee/Tea Break

K. Ragusa

M. Labyntseva

Panel Discussion (Same Panellists as before the Coffee Break)

65

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Argentina Overview of Panel Discussion

USA Preparing the Next Generation of Nuclear

Security Professionals—The

Technology/Policy Nexus

Russian Federation Education and Training of Representatives of Nuclear Newcomer States in the Area of

Nuclear Security

Training in nuclear security area for States embarking on the peaceful use of nuclear energy

Border Monitoring

Working Group

France

Russian Federation

World Institute for

Nuclear Security

European Union

Egypt

USA

USA

Russian Federation

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

The needs for a comprehensive planning of human resources to achieve sustainable nuclear security regimes: The proposed

HRD Plan

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14:00 – 18:00 Technical Session: 4C-4/4D-4

Facilitator:

Rapporteur:

Panel Discussion: Human Resource

Development: Training

(Conference Room M4)

J. Lolich, Argentina

R. M. Tahar, Malaysia

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

17:10 – 18:00

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

Panel Discussion (Same Panellists as before the Coffee Break)

18:00 Adjourn

66

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Key prerequisites for establishing quality, effective and sustainable training in nuclear security: Lessons Learned and Path forward

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131

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

14:00 – 15:40 Technical Session: 4C-5

Facilitator:

Panel Discussion: Exchanging

Experience, Knowledge and Good

Practices on the Use and Security of High

Activity Radioactive Sources and the

Exploration of Nuclear and Radioactive

Alternative Technologies

(Conference Room M5)

M. Samiei, Austria

Rapporteur:

M. Taalbi, USA

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

14:00 – 15:40

Panel Discussion

336

C. Potter

67

15:40 – 16:20

372

158

965

227

966

Coffee/Tea Break

H. Foy

G. Belot

P. Gray

S. Øvergaard

G. Ganesh

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

The various perspectives and trends related to enhancing the security of high-activity radioactive sources

USA

Ghana

France

Alternative Technologies: The Need for

Source Replacement and Progress in the

US

Radiological Security: Alternatives for

Improved Cancer Treatment in Africa

First Achievements of the Ad Hoc Working

Group of Stakeholders States Involved with Technological Alternatives to High-

Activity Radioactive Sources

ISSPA Invited Contribution: The Perspective of the International Source Supplier and

Producer Association (ISSPA)

Alternative Technologies Norway

India

Invited Contribution: Safety and Security of

Radioactive Sources Throughout their Life-

Cycle : Commitment by BRIT

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

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133

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session: 4D-5

Co-Chairs:

Nuclear Material Minimization

(Conference Room M5)

C. Grant, Jamaica

S. Van den berghe, Belgium

Rapporteurs:

A. Brown, USA

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

16:20 – 16:40

219

M. Suzuki

16:40 – 17:00

518

17:00 – 17:20

17:20 – 17:40

17:40 – 18:00

303

422

322

18:00 Adjourn

S. Birikorang

J. Vacarro

N. Maksumov

E. Wilson

68

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Japan

Ghana

Successful Removal of all Highly-Enriched

Uranium and Separated Plutonium Fuels from FCA in JAEA

The Nuclear Security Arrangement for

Conversion of Ghana Research Reactor-1 from HEU to LEU

Argentina

Uzbekistan

Argentina’s Efforts to Complete Down-

Blending of Highly Enriched Uranium

Research Reactors HEU Fuel Minimization

Activities in Uzbekistan

USA HEU to LEU Fuel Conversion of U.S. High

Performance Research Reactors: An

Overview of the Fuel Development Effort

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135

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

15:40 – 16:00 Interactive Content Presentations

(Ground Floor of M Building – outside

Press Room)

INTERACTIVE CONTENT PRESENTATIONS

ICP Station

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

15:40 – 16:00 Interactive Content Presentations

1

132

V. Promyslov

69

2

6

7

3

4

5

16:00 – 16:20

1

2

571

199

312

292

433

527

C. Glantz

R. Natha

T. Hanlon

S. Hilts

J. Scott

Interactive Content Presentations

39

L. Olmedo

508

C. Perez

H. Yu

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Russian

Federation

Cybersecurity Simulation For NPP I&C

France

USA

USA

Countering the Cyber Threat: From

Behavioral Analysis to Dedicated Security

Operating Center for Industrial Systems

Computer Security eLearning for Nuclear

Facility Decision Makers and Staff

The Global Transportation Security Threat

USA Nuclear Material Minimization: NNSA’s

Support for the Conversion of Mo-99

Production Facilities World-Wide

Canada

United Kingdom Nuclear Security Assessment

Methodologies (NUSAM): A Comparative

Study of 4 Assessment Methods Applied to a Hypothetical Medical Irradiator Facility

The Physical Protection/Computer

Security Interface – Lessons Learned

France

INTERPOL

Nuclear security: Facing radiological/nuclear and cyber risks, from technological research to systemic integration

The Case Analysis of the Cyber Terror

Against Korean Nuclear Power Plant and the Analysis of Recent Vulnerabilities in the

Nuclear Power Plant System

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137

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

09:00 – 18:00 Poster Session – 4P0

(Poster Area – outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

1

5

V. Kovtunov

70

2

3

7

8

9

4

5

6

10

11

12

11

43

50

54

59

71

93

99

103

115

163

J. Lee

H. Yücel

M. Solymosi

L. Dawson

S. Drapey

H. El Eissawi

H. Lee

M. Islam

A. Okubo

H. Shames

M. Wi śniewska

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Austria A Graded Approach for Nuclear Security

Management of Low Power Research

Reactors.

Republic of Korea

Experience of Enhancing Nuclear Security

Culture in Korea

Turkey Detection and Measurement Capacity for

Nuclear Material Characterization in

Nuclear Security Regime of Turkey

Hungary Combine Nuclear Security and Safety

Culture Self-Assessment, Fewer or More?

USA A Culture and Science of Trust for

Securing Nuclear Facilities

Ukraine

Egypt

Libya

Training as an Instrument of Critical

Infrastructure Security Against Cyber-

Threat

Protection of High Ceiling Nuclear

Facilities Using Photoelectric sensors and

Infrared Fire Detectors

Republic of Korea Experience on Nuclear Security National

Compulsory Training Course in Korea

Bangladesh Assessment of Nuclear Security Culture

Using the IAEA Self-Assessment Tool at a

Medical Facility of Bangladesh

Japan Development of Nuclear Forensics

Capabilities in Japan: Recent Progress in

Analytical Technique

Enhancing Nuclear Security Culture in

Libya

Poland Case Study of Self-Assessment of Nuclear

Security Culture in Medical Institution in

Poland

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139

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18

19

20

21

22

23

24

Thursday, 8 December 2016

09:00 – 18:00 Poster Session – 4P0

(Poster Area – outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

13

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

165

Name of Presenter

J. Vaclav

71

14

15

16

17

167

189

191

206

228

235

243

210

212

214

216

F. Pointurier

A. Cavina

A. Fellouh

K. Araujo

H. Elsayed

W. Daeng Beta

M. Suzuki

Y. Li

T. Sekse

S. Pradhan

M. Mladenovi ć

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Slovakia The System for Determining the Probability of Timely Detection and Elimination of an

Intruder to Nuclear Facility

France Advances at CEA on the Development of

Analytical Methods for the Identification of the Use and Origin of Nuclear Materials

Germany

Algeria

A Comparative Study of the Cybersecurity

Regulatory Infrastructure in Nuclear

Experience Gained in the Development

Process of a National Nuclear Security

Regime and Partnership Support, a

Graded Approach to Establishing a

National Nuclear Security Regime.

USA

Egypt

Indonesia

Japan

China

India

Serbia

Norway

Cyber-Nuclear Shifts in Technology and

Regulatory Oversight in the US, Canada, and India

Nuclear Security Culture And Exercise For

Workers In Nuclear Facility

Strategy for Strengthening Nuclear

Forensics in Indonesia

Comprehensive Approach for Sabotage

Protection as Safety and Security Interface

Fiber Optic Vibration Sensor Perimeter

Alarm System for Physical Protection

IPPAS Mission in Norway – Experiences and Follow-up

Importance of QA, Training and

Surveillance of PPS

Strengthening Nuclear Security Culture in

Public Company Nuclear Facilities of

Serbia

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Thursday, 8 December 2016

09:00 – 18:00 Poster Session – 4P0

(Poster Area – outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

25

259

M. Cervera

72

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

279

297

314

323

327

339

368

391

395

398

403

O. Agbenorku

S. Jovanovic

R. Natha

K. Hirsch

M. Petruzzi

K. Hirsch

A. Ruean Ngoen

A. Kumar

F. Badrul hisyam

D. Nabayaogo

T. Malachova

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

USA U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s

Activities Pertaining to Transportation

Security for Category 1 and Category 2

Quantities of Radioactive Material

Ghana The Role of Nuclear Forensics to Support

International Cooperation for Nuclear

Security

Montenegro

USA

Education and Training in Nuclear Security

– Opportunities, Challenges, Pitfalls

Security of Small Modular Reactors

USA

USA

USA

Thailand

India

Solutions for Reducing the Threat of

Sealed Radiological Sources during

Packaging and Transportation

Navigating Compliance Standards: Why

Meeting the IT Security Requirements is

Not Enough

Security by Facility Design

Development of Nuclear Forensics

Capabilities in Thailand

Multi-Biometric Approach to Personnel

Identification

Malaysia

Burkina Faso

Security Culture Assessment: Malaysia’s

Experience as the Pioneer Country in

Promoting Security Culture in Medical

Facilities

Challenges in Implementing Nuclear

Security Measures at Major Public Events

– Burkina Faso Experience from Past

Events

Czech Republic Nuclear Security Assessment

Methodologies – The Achievements of the

IAEA's Coordinated Research Project

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09:00 – 18:00 Poster Session – 4P0

(Poster Area – outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

37

404

A. Sfetsos

73

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

440

447

462

489

509

511

512

522

529

530

532

534

C. Dams

C. Englefield

P. Lindahl

A. Riitsaar

D. Shull

M. Mertins

B. Munaki

J. Choi

R. Rodger

J. Davison

A. Jayalath

I. Markov

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Greece How R&D Can Contribute to the Protection of a Research Reactor: The ARGOS approach

Belgium The Story of Implementing the Nuclear

Security Management Guidance for

Research Reactors and Related Facilities at SCK•CEN

United Kingdom A Survey of Attitudes to Aspects of UK

Nuclear Security Culture Using a Likert

Scale

Sweden Report on Safety/Security Integration at the OKG Nuclear Power Plant in Sweden

IAEA

USA

Past and Future Nuclear Security Training

Activities: Role of the IAEA In Coordinating

International Efforts

Revision of the Handbook on the Physical

Protection of Nuclear Material and

Facilities – (IAEA-TECDOC-1276)

Germany Aspects of Improvement of the Synergy

Between Nuclear Safety and Security

Referring to Backfitting of Older NPPs

Zimbabwe

USA

Need for a National Cybersecurity Strategy to Improve Nuclear Security in Zimbabwe

Cyber Security of Nuclear Facilities in a

New Nuclear Security Regime

United Kingdom Triple S: Safety, Security and Safeguards

United Kingdom Nuclear Security Culture: An

Organisational Approach to Security

Leadership and Management

Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Experience in Providing Nuclear

Security for Major Public Events (MPE)

Russian Federation Optimization of Different Approaches to

Nuclear Safety and Nuclear Security

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09:00 – 18:00 Poster Session – 4P0

(Poster Area – outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

50

540

R. Perc

51

52

53

54

562

567

568

570

C. Lee

M. Smith

A. Alves Vaz

J. Bastidas

74

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Slovenia Force-on-Force Exercises Strengthen

Security and Response Efficiency

Republic of Korea Current Status of Technical Development for Nuclear Forensics in the KAERI

United Kingdom Cultural Factors in Embedding Sustainable

Compliance and Best Practice

Brazil The Evaluation Results of Physical

Protection System

Ecuador Strengthening Physical Security During

Storage and Transport of Radioactive

Sources and Underutilized Sources

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Friday, 9 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 High Level Session 6:

National Nuclear Security Regime, including Nuclear Security Culture:

Existing approaches, Emerging Trends and Areas to be Addressed

Chairpersons:

(Conference Room B/M1)

F. Rayment, United Kingdom

F. E. Osaisai, Nigeria

INVITED SPEAKERS

Time

09:00 – 09:15

09:15 – 09:30

09:30 – 09:45

09:45 –

10:00

10:00 – 10:15

Name of Speaker

S. Tanaka, Japan

Nuclear Regulation Authority

B. Dal, Netherlands

IAEA Nuclear Security Guidance Committee

D. Wisnubroto, Indonesia

National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN)

S. Burns, USA

Nuclear Regulatory Commission

M. Ezz El-Din, Egypt

Egyptian Nuclear & Radiological Regulatory

Authority

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:30

11:30 – 11:50

11:50 – 12:30

12:30 – 14:00

Coffee/Tea Break

K. Mrabit, Morocco

Agence Marocaine de la Sûreté et la

Sécurité Nucléaires et Radiologiques

J. Gardano, Argentina

Ministerio de Energía y Minería,

Subsecretaría de Energía Nuclear Argentina

Panel Discussion

Lunch Break and Side Events

75

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Sustaining a national nuclear security regime

For full list of side events, see the Schedule of Side Events at

the end of the Programme

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Friday, 9 December 2016

09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session: 5A-A/5B-A

Chairpersons:

Computer Security for Industrial Control

Systems in Nuclear Facilities:

Engineering for Computer Security

(Board Room A)

I. Shin, Republic of Korea

R. Busquim e Silva, Brazil

Rapporteur:

M. Zahid, Pakistan

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

09:00 – 09:20

09:20 – 09:40

520

63

R. Anderson

R. Clausing

76

09:40 – 10:00

10:00 – 10:20

1

2

10:20 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:30

3

4

264

H. Sallam

118

M. Adamczyk

Question Period

Coffee/Tea Break

Interactive Content Presentations

(M Building Ground Floor)

504

M. Zafar

57

F. McCrory

426

28

C. Crawford

N. Agbemava

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

USA

Germany

Cyber-Informed Engineering Defined

Proposal for a Public Reference

Architecture for Vulnerability Testing in

Nuclear Power Plants

Egypt

Poland

Designing Security Plan for Digital

Instrumentation and Control Systems

Based on Graded Approach and Defencein-Depth

Testing of PLCs used in Nuclear

Installations by Bug Fuzzing Search for

Cyber Vulnerabilities

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Pakistan

USA

USA

Ghana

Vulnerabilities Mapping for ICS

Cyber Related Digital Control and Sensing

Research Needs

Integrated Cyber/Physical Security Risk

Assessments: Current State, Ongoing

Efforts, and Future Needs

Computer Security Analysis for Research

Reactor Protection System

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6

Friday, 9 December 2016

09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session: 5A-A/5B-A

Chairpersons:

Computer Security for Industrial Control

Systems in Nuclear Facilities:

Engineering for Computer Security

(Board Room A)

I. Shin, Republic of Korea

R. Busquim e Silva, Brazil

Rapporteur:

M. Zahid, Pakistan

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

5

11:30 – 11:50

30

J. Weiss

Interactive Content Presentations

(M Building Ground Floor)

1 564

A. Chetaine

2 58

M. Abdulrahman

77

12:30 – 14:00

452

374

R. Maneechayangkoon

A. Buzdugan

Lunch Break and Side Events

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

USA Implications of the 2015 Ukrainian Cyber

Attack to Nuclear Power Plants

Morocco

Sudan

Thailand

Republic of

Moldova

The Protection of Information of A Facility

As Important Step of Defense Against

Cyber Attacks.

Information Security in Sudan: A study of

Security status for Sudanese

Governmental Websites

Information Security Management System for Nuclear Regulatory Body in Thailand

Advances in security requirements for high risk objects, including nuclear and radiological ones

For full list of side events, see the Schedule of Side Events at the end of the Programme

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Friday, 9 December 2016

09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 5A-1/5B-1

Human Resource Development: Nuclear

Security Support Centres and

Sustainability

Chairpersons:

(Press Room)

F. Padoani, Italy

B. Kaboro, Kenya

M. Kozak, Ukraine

Rapporteur:

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

09:00 – 09:20 162

Y. Naoi

09:20 – 09:40 257

M. Kostor

78

09:40 – 10:00

10:00 – 10:20

10:20 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:30

11:30 – 11:50

11:50 – 12:10

12:10 – 12:30

12:30 – 14:00

101

407

150

572

A. Livsic

L. Villanueva

Question Period

Coffee/Tea Break

388

I. Haq

106

A. Roza de Lima

R. Matsuzawa

A. Kuskov

Lunch Break and Side Events

Designating

Member State

Brazil

Japan

Russian

Federation

Title of Paper

Japan

Malaysia

Lithuania

Chile

NSSC Network Achievements and Planned

Activities

Establishment of Indigenous Technical

Capabilities in Sustaining Nuclear Security

Capabilities – Role of Malaysian Nuclear

Security Support Centre

Case Study: Establishment, operations and development of the Nuclear Security

Centre of Excellence in the Republic of

Lithuania

Experience, lessons learned and the way ahead in the development of the NSSC project in Chile

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Pakistan Collaboration of University with Nuclear

Security Support Centre (NSSC)

An Overview of the Brazilian Nuclear

Security Training and Support Centre:

Historical and Challenges

Good Practice of NSSC: Experience of

ISCN/JAEA

International Training and Methodology

Center in Nuclear Security Area

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09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 5A-2/5B-2

Chairpersons:

Physical Protection: Regulatory Aspects

(Conference Room M2)

A. Freer, United Kingdom

M. Beaudette, Canada

Rapporteur:

J. Horibe, Japan

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

No. of Paper

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Name of Presenter

09:00 – 09:15 72

O. Elhefnawy

79

09:15 – 09:30

09:30 – 09:45

09:45 – 10:00

10:00 – 10:15

10:15 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:25

11:25 – 11:40

11:40 – 12:30

12:30 – 14:00

237

409

524

135

A. Kumar

C. Zimmerman

A. Pérez Báez

T. Languin

267

J. Rivers

Coffee/Tea Break

202

G. Dandrieux

546

S. Tokmachev

Panel Discussion

Lunch Break and Side Events

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Egypt

India

USA

Spain

Physical Protection System of the Nuclear

Facilities: Nuclear Power Plant general layout and Regulatory requirement

Regulatory Review of the Nuclear Security aspects of Nuclear Facilities

Establishing and Measuring the Impact of a

Nuclear Security Enforcement Program

Spanish Nuclear Security Oversight

Process (SISC)

France Toward A Global Performance Based

Approach, Method, Challenges and

Benefits

USA NRC Efforts to Risk-inform Security

Regulations

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

France ENSRA – Regional Study On

Implementation of Nuclear Security

Russian Federation Implementation of the fundamental

Principles of the Convention on Nuclear

Facilities Construction

Challenges in the Licensing of Nuclear Facilities with respect to Nuclear Security

For full list of side events, see the Schedule of Side Events at the end of the Programme

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09:00 – 12:30 Technical Session: 5A-3/5B-3

National Approaches and Challenges in

Preparedness for and Response to

Nuclear Security Events

(Conference Room M3)

Chairpersons:

Rapporteur:

A. Pavlenishvili, Georgia

H. Looney, USA

B. Reed, USA

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Time

09:00 – 09:15

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

484

Name of Presenter

T. Williams

09:15 – 09:30

148

N. Kobayashi

80

09:30 – 09:45

09:45 – 10:00

10:00 – 10:15

10:15 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:10

11:10 – 11:30

11:30 – 11:50

11:50 – 12:10

12:10 – 12:30

12:30 – 14:00

81

229

1062

M. Roston

I. Soufi

A. R. Badea

Question Period

Coffee/Tea Break

141

A. Vincze

77

357

M. Sperrin

E. Kroeger

525

J. Serrano

Lunch Break and Side Events

Designating

Member State

Title of Paper

USA

Office of Radiological Security Alarm

Response Training

Japan Strengthening Response Capabilities:

Development of TTX Training for Nuclear

Facilities in Japan

Argentina Radiological Emergency Management

Exercise (REMEX) 2014: Lessons Learned

Spain and Morocco

“Gate to Africa” Exercises: An Example of

A Solid Cooperation and Partnership to

Enhance the Radioactive Materials

Transport Security within and Between

Two Neighbouring Countries

GICNT

Law Enforcement Dialogue Series:

Exercise OLYMPUS

Interactive Content Presentations (M0E Outside Press Room)

Hungary Similarities and Differences of Safety and

Security Related Response

United Kingdom Problems in Managing Radioactive

Evidence: The Medical Viewpoint.

Germany Scientific Measurement Teams in the Field for the Response to Nuclear Security

Events: Experience Gathered By the

Federal Office for Radiation Protection

Spain Nuclear Facilities Security Model

For full list of side events, see the Schedule of Side Events at the end of the Programme

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10:30 – 11:10 Interactive Content Presentations

(Ground Floor of M Building – outside

Press Room)

INTERACTIVE CONTENT PRESENTATIONS

ICP Station

1

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

78

Name of Presenter

M. Sperrin

2

298

H. Looney

81

3

4

5

6

394

406

130

337

P. Armand

Z. Xu

H. Schoech

C. Potter

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

United Kingdom Training and Infrastructure to Aid

Response and Criminal Investigations.

USA

France

Emerging Threats: What the 2014 Ebola

Crisis Teaches Us About Nuclear Terrorism

Risk and Nuclear Security

The role and input of CERES® decisionsupport system in the mitigation of a nuclear or radiological emergency

China Achievement and Prospect of Nuclear

Security Education and Training in China

France

USA

Support and technical reach-back expertise for frontline officers facing a RN threat: the French TRIAGE concept

Security Thresholds for Radiation Source

Protection

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09:00 – 12:30 Poster Session – 5P0

(Poster Area – outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

Name of Presenter

1 0

O. Kosbadt

2 15

O. Hakam

82

3

6

7

4

5

8

9

10

11

12

22

32

51

68

75

76

109

111

114

122

S. Jonah

G. Krzysztoszek

O. Bouhelal

A. Goel

M. Sperrin

M. Sperrin

X. Bastidas Pazmiño

M. Pomper

N. Hamid

E. Gosset

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Germany

Morocco

Nigeria

Poland

Morocco

India

The "Competence Center Radiation

Protection" of Baden-Württemberg

Engaging the Next Generation in Nuclear

Security: Experience of University of Ibn to fail in Morocco

A Curriculum for a Certificate Course in

Nuclear Security for Scientists, Technicians and Engineers in Nigeria

Conversion of MARIA research reactor from HEU to LEU fuel.

Nuclear Security Education at the ENSMR

Engineering School : Achievement and

Perspective

Impact of Nuclear Security Education and

Training

United Kingdom Impact on health of organising a nuclear security infrastructure: Lessons to be learnt from domestic healthcare.

United Kingdom Suggestions for the creation of a best practice dataset in support of responders: iRAD

Ecuador Improving Skills and Knowledge of Police

Personnel for An Effective Response to A

Radiological Event

USA

Malaysia

Alternatives to Cesium Chloride in Medical

Irradiators: the Case of New York

Development and Implementation of

Undergraduate Nuclear Security Course at

College of Engineering, Universiti Tenaga

Nasional, Malaysia

France Malicious acts or not? Coordination challenges in preparedness and response to radiological emergencies

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09:00 – 12:30 Poster Session – 5P0

(Poster Area – outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

13

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

127

Name of Presenter

I. Knežević

14

15

16

17

152

159

185

205

A. Dragolici

I. Vidovszky

K. Adedoyin

M. Pomper

83

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

213

218

222

236

241

251

256

265

C. Coleman

Y. Li

A. Solodov

S. Choi

W. Kim

L. Mahale

J. Serrano

M. Cervera

M. Cervera

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Serbia

Romania

Hungary

Nigeria

Removal of the Fresh and Spent Nuclear

Fuel At Vinca Site in Serbia

Contributing to Global Nuclear Safety By

HEU Removal from IFIN-HH Magurele Site

HEU in Hungary

USA

HEU/LEU - Conversion of Nirr-1 (Project

Status, Safety & Security)

Treatment, not Terror: Policies to improve external cancer treatment and reduce securing risks in low- and middle-income countries

International

Cancer Experts

Corps, Inc.

China

Security of global nuclear material requires addressing the unacceptable lack of cancer care.

Conversion of Prototype MNSR from HEU to LEU

United Arab

Emirates

Republic of Korea New Nuclear Material Categorization

Approach for Risk informed Regulation to

Advanced Fuel Cycle Facilities

India Development of Documents Required for

Regulatory Oversight of NPPs and Other

Facilities

Spain

Security Approaches Mitigating Unmanned

Aerial Vehicles Threats to Nuclear

Facilities: An Overview & Suggested

Research Framework

USA

USA

CBRN Defense Systen in Law Enforcement

Agenciaes: Guardia Civil Model

Multijurisdictional incident Response to

Lost and Stolen Radioactive Material

During Transit

Ten Years of Experience with Pre-

Licensing Guidance in the USA

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09:00 – 12:30 Poster Session – 5P0

(Poster Area – outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

26

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

268

Name of Presenter

N. Nguyen

84

27

28

29

30

35

36

37

38

39

31

32

33

34

269

277

296

308

349

364

367

418

423

316

333

335

341

M. Cervera

A. Amirjanyan

N. Iyer

M. Chabashvili

D. Higginson

J. Lautier

R. Ramirez

M. Samiei

A. Thakur

P. Chakrov

V. Derouet

S. Hustveit

R. Schulz

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Viet Nam

USA

Experience and Achievements On HEU

Removal and Core Conversion of the Dalat

Nuclear Research Reactor

Demonstrable Competence of Security inspectors

Armenia

USA

Georgia

Upgrading of the Nuclear Security

Legislation and Physical Protection System

Nuclear Material Minimization through

Packaging and Removal of Excess

Separated Plutonium inventories

Neutron activation analysis device

“Breeder-1”: Operational History and Fuel

Removal.

USA

France

Mexico

Austria

India

Kazakhstan

France

Norway

USA

AmBe Source Replacement via Dense

Plasma Focus (DPF) Z-Pinch

Security design studies

“The Nuclear Security Actions Taken in

Mexico to Get An

Addressing Cancer Care Needs in

Developing Countries while Reducing

Security Threats

GCNEP- Boosting Global Efforts on

Nuclear Security

HEU Minimization Activities at INP-Almaty

The French Nuclear Centre of Excellence -

CoE

Minimization of stocks of HEU in U-Th mixture

Linac & Co-60 are Comparable Options for

Cranial Radiosurgery: University of

California, San Diego Experience

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09:00 – 12:30 Poster Session – 5P0

(Poster Area – outside Board Room A)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Station

40

No. of Paper

IAEA–CN–244/

437

Name of Presenter

M. Dragusin

41 443

M. Moreira

85

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

492

498

503

507

553

569

573

M. Taalbi

L. Van Dassen

M. Taalbi

R. Lanza

D. Salisbury

D. Cochrane

B. Srimok

Designating

Member

State/Organization

Title of Paper

Romania

Brazil

Nuclear security exercises and response to nuclear security event

Methodology for the development of a

National Response Plan for Nuclear

Security Events

USA

Sweden

Permanent Risk Reduction Through the

Use of Alternative Technologies: A

Radiological Security Approach

INFCIRC/225 and all that Jazz! the Roots and Developments of a Crucial Nuclear

Security Document

USA

USA Alternative X-ray Technologies for Blood

Irradiators

United Kingdom Human Resource Development in Nuclear

Security: the COEs after the final Summit

Canada “Research Reactor Security inspection – A

Regulatory Perspective”

Thailand

Replacing a Gamma-Ray Irradiator with an

X-ray Irradiator – Reducing User Concerns through Education and Providing

Comparison Data for their Specific

Applications

Thailand Physical Protection Regime:

Improvements Through Regulatory

Framework

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SCHEDULE OF SIDE EVENTS

Monday, 05 December 2016

18:00 –

20:00 Nuclear Industry Steering Group on Security:

Learn about the global industry’s approach beyond the Summits

Organized by the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI)

(Board Room C, C building, 4th floor)

Tuesday, 06 December 2016

13:00 – 14:00 Industry Support for the IAEA Mission on Nuclear

Security

Organized by the World Nuclear Association

(WNA)

(Conference Room M4, M building, Ground floor)

13:00 – 14:00 “Terror Unleashed” - an Assessment of Global and National Impacts of a Nuclear Terrorist

Attack.

Organized by the Permanent Mission of

Argentina and the Nonproliferation for Global

Security Foundation

(Conference Room M7, M building, Ground floor)

15:40 – 16:20 Launch of the Hungarian National Nuclear

Security Support Centre

Organized by the Hungarian Permanent Mission

(Coffee Area outside Boardroom B/M1, M

Building, First Floor)

Wednesday, 07 December 2016

12:40 – 13:40 Award Ceremony for the IAEA Nuclear Security

Essay Competition on the Future of Nuclear

Security: Commitments and Actions

Organized by the IAEA Division of Nuclear

Security and the Permanent Mission of the United

Kingdom

(Board Room A, M building, 2nd floor)

12:30 – 13:45 IAEA Arrangements for Response to Nuclear or

Radiological Emergencies

Organized by the IAEA Incident and Emergency

Centre

(Conference Room M5, M building, Ground floor)

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12:30 – 13:00 and

13:15 – 13:45

Guided visit to the IAEA Incident and Emergency

Centre

Organized by the IAEA Incident and Emergency

Centre

(Interested Participants should sign up at the IEC

Booth on the Ground Floor of the A-Building)

12:30 – 13:45 Keeping up the Momentum on Nuclear Security

Improvements

Organized by the Fissile Material Working Group

(FMWG)

(Press Room, M building, Ground floor)

12:30 – 14:00 Strengthening Nuclear Security through

Exercises and Scenario-Based Policy

Discussions

Organized by the Permanent Mission of the USA

(Board Room C, C-Building, 4 th

Floor)

15:40 – 16:20 Inauguration Ceremony for IAEA Collaborating

Centre in Nuclear Forensics with the Hungarian

Academy of Sciences Centre for Energy

Research

Organized by the IAEA Division of Nuclear

Security and the Hungary Centre for Energy

Research

(Conference Room M2, M building, 1st floor)

18:30 – 20:30 Supporting the Development and the Adoption of

Alternative Technologies to Radioactive Sources

Organized by the Permanent Mission of Norway and the World Institute for Nuclear Security

(WINS)

(Press Room, M building, Ground floor)

Thursday 08 December 2016

12:45 – 13:45 International Physical Protection Advisory Service

(IPPAS) – Twenty Years of Achievement

Organized by the IAEA Division of Nuclear

Security and the Permanent Mission of the United

Kingdom

(Board Room A, M building, 2nd floor)

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12:30 – 13:00 and

13:15 – 13:45

Guided visit to the IAEA Incident and Emergency

Centre

Organized by the IAEA Incident and Emergency

Centre

(Interested Participants should sign up at the IEC

Booth on the Ground Floor of the A-Building)

12:35 – 13:50 Scaling up Worldwide Capacity to Manage

Disused Sealed Radioactive Sources

Organized by the IAEA

(Press Room, M Building, Ground floor)

12:30 – 14:00 Cooperation to Counter Illicit Trafficking of

Nuclear or Other Radioactive Materials

Organized by the Permanent Missions of

Lithuania and Jordan

(Conference Room M7, M building, Ground floor)

12:30 – 14:00 “Last Best Chance” Nuclear Security Film

Screening & Panel Discussion

Organized by the Permanent Mission of the USA

(UNIS Cinema Room (G0575), G Building, 5th floor)

Friday 09 December 2016

12:30 – 13:00 and

13:15 – 13:45

Guided visit to the IAEA Incident and Emergency

Centre

Organized by the IAEA Incident and Emergency

Centre

(Interested Participants should sign up at the IEC

Booth on the Ground Floor of the A-Building)

A complete Side Events programme, including descriptions of each event can be found on the Conference App and on the IAEA Website, https://www.iaea.org/events/nuclearsecurity-conference .

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PARTICIPATION IN IAEA SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS

Governments of Member States and those organizations whose activities are relevant to the meeting subject matter are invited to designate participants in IAEA scientific conferences and symposia. In addition, the IAEA itself may invite a limited number of scientists as invited speakers. Only participants designated or invited in this way are entitled to present papers and take part in the discussions.

Representatives of the press, radio, television or other information media and members of the public, the latter as

“observers”, may also be authorized to attend, but without the right to take part in the proceedings.

Scientists interested in participating in any of the IAEA meetings should request information from the Government authorities of their own countries, in most cases the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or national atomic energy authority.

PUBLICATIONS

Proceedings

The proceedings of the conference containing all released presentations and posters delivered at the meeting, as well as the findings and recommendations, will be published on the

NUSEC web site by the IAEA as soon as possible after the conference.

Orders

All IAEA publications may be ordered at the Registration Desk or directly from the Sales and Promotion Unit,

International Atomic Energy Agency,

P.O. Box 100, A-1400 Vienna, Austria.

Fax: (+43 1) 2600-29302

Email: [email protected]

Internet: http://www.iaea.org/books

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IAEA PUBLICATIONS RELATED TO THE SUBJECT OF THE

CONFERENCE

IAEA Nuclear Security

Series No. 20 (2013)

Objective and Essential Elements of a State’s Nuclear Security Regime

IAEA Nuclear Security

Series No. 13 (2011)

IAEA Nuclear Security

Series No. 14 (2011)

Nuclear Security Recommendations on Physical Protection of Nuclear

Material and Nuclear Facilities

(INFCIRC/225/Revision 5)

Nuclear Security Recommendations on Radioactive Material and

Associated Facilities

Nuclear Security Recommendations on Nuclear and Other Radioactive

Material out of Regulatory Control

IAEA Nuclear Security

Series No. 15 (2011)

(Co-sponsored by

EUROPOL, ICAO,

INTERPOL, UNICRI,

UNODC, and WCO)

IAEA Nuclear Security

Series No. 23-G (2015)

IAEA Nuclear Security

Series No. 17 (2011)

IAEA Nuclear Security

Series No. 7 (2008)

Security of Nuclear Information

Computer Security at Nuclear

Facilities

Nuclear Security Culture

IAEA Nuclear Security

Series No. 8 (2008)

IAEA Nuclear Security

Series No. 9 (2008)

IAEA Nuclear Security

Series No. 10 (2009)

Preventive and Protective Measures

Against Insider Threats

Security in Transport of Radioactive

Material

Development, Use and

Maintenance of the Design Basis

Threat

Security of Radioactive Sources IAEA Nuclear Security

Series No. 11 (2009)

IAEA Nuclear Security

Series No. 19 (2013)

IAEA Nuclear Security

Series No. 22-G (2014)

IAEA Nuclear Security

Series No 25-G (2015)

IAEA International Law

Series No. 4 (2011)

Establishing the Nuclear Security

Infrastructure for a Nuclear Power

Programme

Radiological Crime Scene

Management

Use of Nuclear Material Accounting and Control for Nuclear Security

Purpose at Facilities

The International Legal Framework for Nuclear Security

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IAEA International Law

Series No. 2 (2006)

IAEA TECDOC No. 1662

(2011)

IAEA Services Series No.

29 (2014)

IAEA Proceedings Series

(2014)

Amendment to the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear

Material

Preparing and Conducting Review

Missions of Instrumentation and

Control Systems in Nuclear Power

Plants

International Physical Protection

Advisory Service (IPPAS)

Guidelines

Nuclear Security: Enhancing Global

Efforts Proceedings of an

International Conference held in

Vienna, Austria, 1-5 July 2013

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FORTHCOMING SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS SCHEDULED BY

THE IAEA

2017

International Conference on Applications of Radiation Science and Technology (ICARST-2017) (CN-249), 24–28 April 2017,

Vienna, Austria

Third FAO–IAEA International Conference on Area-wide

Management of Insect Pests: Integrating the Sterile Insect and

Related Nuclear and Other Techniques (CN-248), 22–26 May

2017, Vienna, Austria

International Conference on the IAEA Technical Cooperation

Programme: Sixty Years and Beyond – Contributing to

Development (CN-257), 30 May – 1 June 2017, Vienna, Austria

International Conference on Topical Issues in Nuclear Installation

Safety: Safety Demonstration of Advanced Water Cooled Nuclear

Power Plants (CN-251), 6–9 June 2017, Vienna, Austria

International Conference on Advances in Radiation Oncology

(ICARO2) (CN-250), 20–23 June 2017, Vienna, Austria

International Conference on Fast Reactors and Related Fuel

Cycles: Next Generation Nuclear Systems for Sustainable

Development (FR17) (CN-245), 26 – 29 June 2017,

Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation

Fourth International Conference on Nuclear Power Plant Life

Management (CN-246), 23-27 October 2017, Lyon, France

Ministerial Conference on Nuclear Power in the 21st Century

(CN-247), 30 October–1 November 2017, Abu Dhabi, UAE

International Conference on Physical Protection of Nuclear

Material and Nuclear Facilities (CN-254), 13–17 November 2017,

Vienna, Austria

International Conference on Radiation Protection in Medicine

(CN-255), 11-15 December 2017, Vienna, Austria

For information on these meetings, please consult the IAEA web site: http://www.iaea.org/

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IAEA-CN-244

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Tel.: +43 1 2600 (0) plus extension

Fax: +43 1 26007

Email: offi [email protected]

International Conference on

NUCLEAR SECURITY:

Commitments and Actions

5–9 December 2016

Vienna, Austria

Ministerial Segment

5–6 December 2016

Conference website: http://www-pub.iaea.org/iaeameetings/50809/

International-Conference-on-Nuclear-

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