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Appendix A Agenda Workshop on Setting the Stage for International Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Facilities Vienna June 1-2, 2005 June 1, 2005 Opening Remarks Milton Levenson, National Academy of Engineering (U.S.A.) Nikolay Laverov, Russian Academy of Sciences Yury Sokolov, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) David McNelis, University of North Carolina, The Russell Family Foundation (U.S.A.) Discussion of Goals and Objectives Technical Session 1: Monitoring and Security of a Repository Chair: Milton Levenson, National Academy of Engineering (U.S.A.) I nternational Monitoring of Storage and Disposal Facilities: The Potential Role of the IAEA Bruno Pellaud, Switzerland The Russian Experience Nikolay Laverov, Russian Academy of Sciences General Discussion 109
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110 SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL STORAGE FACILITIES Technical Session 2: Packaging and Shipping of Spent Fuel Chair: Nikolay Laverov, Russian Academy of Sciences IAEA Standards for Packaging and Shipping of Spent Nuclear Fuel M ichael Wangler, IAEA, Division of Radiation, Transport and Waste Safety Experience of the Dimitrovgrad Scientific and Research Institute for Nuclear Reactors in Packaging and Shipping of Spent Nuclear Fuel Valentin Ivanov, State Duma of the Russian Federation General Discussion Technical Session 3: Liability and Insurance during Shipping and Receiving at the Repository Chair: Milton Levenson, National Academy of Engineering (U.S.A.) Status of Liability and Insurance Laws for International Shipments of Spent Nuclear Fuel Norbert Pelzer, Germany Insurance and Liability During Shipping and When Received at the Repository N ikolay Pronkin, Russian Scientific and Research Center for Nuclear and Radiation Safety General Discussion From the PNC Report: International Cooperation on High-Level Nuclear Waste and Spent Nuclear Fuel Management Kazuaki Matsui, Institute of Applied Energy (Japan) June 2, 2005 Technical Session 4: Adequacy of National Legislation Chair: Nikolay Laverov, Russian Academy of Sciences Overview of National Laws in Relation to a Regional Repository Christina Boutellier, Arius (Switzerland) Russian Legislation of Today as Regards Spent Nuclear Fuel Import and Storage Valery Bezzubtsev, Rostekhnadzor (Russia) General Discussion
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APPENDIX A 111 Technical Session 5: Country Perspectives Chair: Milton Levenson, National Academy of Engineering (U.S.A.) Overview of the Yucca Mountain Repository M argaret Chu, former director of U.S. Department of Energy Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Presented by John Kessler, Electric Power Research Institute (U.S.A.) Perspective from Europe Neil Chapman, Arius (Switzerland) Radioactive Waste Management in Taiwan Ying-Ming Tsai, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office Interim Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel in Japan K inichiro Kusunose, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology General Discussion Chair: Nikolay Laverov, Russian Academy of Sciences General Status and Perspectives Related to Nonproliferation Valentin Ivanov (Russia) U.S. Nuclear Power Industry Trends in Spent Fuel Management John Kessler, Electric Power Research Institute (U.S.A.) Final Session Themes of the Workshop Glenn Schweitzer, National Research Council (U.S.A.) D avid McNelis, University of North Carolina, The Russell Family Foundation (U.S.A.) Concluding Remarks Nikolay Laverov, Russian Academy of Sciences Milton Levenson, National Academy of Engineering (U.S.A.) Yury Sokolov, IAEA