Committee on the Safety of Nuclear Installations (CSNI) International workshop on

Robustness of Electrical Systems of NPPs in Light of the Fukushima Daiichi Accident

Paris, France, 1-4 April 2014

Abstracts submission

7 October 2013

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Participant registration

28 February 2014

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Notification of accepted presentations

15 November 2013

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Deadline for presentations submission

28 February 2014

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LOGISTICS AND PARTICIPATION IN THE WORKSHOP

Participants

As usual for OECD/NEA workshops, participation is open to experts from regulatory authorities and their technical support organisations, research organizations, NPP owners and operators, NPP designers and vendors, and industry associations and observers from OECD NEA member countries. Nominations should be made through the NEA Secretariat. Those wishing to make a presentation at the workshop should submit an abstract with their preliminary registration form.

The meeting is open to a small number of experts from non-OECD member countries. The participation of these experts will be arranged by the NEA Secretariat.

Registration

Participants should fill in the Online registration form (or the MS Word [.docx] version) by 28 February 2014. Printed submissions can be mailed to the NEA Secretariat:

Radomir REHACEK
OECD Nuclear Energy Agency
Tel: +33 1 45 24 10 58
Email:

Christèle TEPHANY-M'PANIA
OECD Nuclear Energy Agency
Tel: +33 1 45 24 10 59
Email:

The Organising Committee will confirm the acceptance of registration for the workshop. No registration fee is expected.

Location and accommodation

The workshop will be held at the OECD Conference Centre at 2, rue André Pascal, Paris, France. The OECD Conference Centre is close to metro, RER and bus lines. There are also a number of nice hotels close to the OECD Conference Centre. Participants are asked to make their own reservations. Information on transportation and accommodation can be found via the following link: www.oecd.org/conferencecentre.

Language

All presentations and discussions will be in English, so good command of the English language will be necessary to fully benefit from the workshop.

Papers

Participants wishing to present and discuss issues related to the preliminary programme outlined below shall submit an abstract (between 200 and 400 words). All abstracts should be submitted by 7 October 2013. (Note: All abstracts should be submitted electronically in MS Word using "Times 11" font.)

The Organising Committee will review abstracts and authors will be notified by 15 November 2013. Presentations should not exceed 20 minutes and the presentations should be submitted to the NEA secretariat by 28 February 2014.

Workshop proceedings

Proceedings from the workshop will be published by the NEA and will include papers from the opening session, conclusions and recommendations from the discussion groups, summary of panel discussions and presentations and information papers submitted by participants to the workshop.

Last reviewed: 12 March 2014