Programme - Invited Speaker

Energy & Environment
Options for implementation of environmental dispatch in Korean power market
MRS. LEE, Soyoung
Lawwise law office
- Attorney at law - a member of the Working Group for Korea’s 3rd National Energy Basic Plan - a member of the Electricity Market Surveillance Committee in Korea Electricity Commission
Future aspect of environmental researches for the fourth industrial revolution
DR. KIM, Won
Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology
Dr Won Kim has an academic background on civil engineering and got his Ph.D on river flow modelling of discontinuous flow in Korea. Working for KICT (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology) since 1991, he is now Director of Department of Land, Water and Environment Research. His main concern is about river restoration, river engineering, and climate change impact on river system.
Digital society and resource efficiency
Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA
Since 2015 Martin Reisinger is a researcher at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA and the Institute for Energy Efficiency in Production (EEP) at the University of Stuttgart. He is a research group leader in the division "Efficiency Systems". The group applied industrial research focuses on topics that aim to reduce or flexibilise energy consumption in production through new digital energy management services or energy symbiosis in urban production systems. As Co-led of the secretariat of the German Federal Government’s stakeholder dialogue platform on Energy Efficiency, his work focuses on policy issues on energy and innovative financing mechanisms for energy efficiency projects. As an expert member in International Standardization Body he is working on system for evaluating energy efficiency and other factors of manufacturing systems that influence the environment (ISO TC184 SC5 WG10). He has an academic background in Environmental Engineering (Dipl.-Ing.). Before joining applied research he works as process and IT consultant in the German energy industry
[EE7/NE3] Nuclear waste management policy in Korea
PROF. CHOI, Sungyeol
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)

Professional Experience
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon, Korea
2017-Present | Assistant Professor, Department of Nuclear and Quantum Engineering
2017-Present | Head, Nuclear Fuel Cycle Laboratory
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Ulsan, Korea
2015-2017 | Assistant Professor, Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering
2015-2017 | Adjunct Professor, School of Energy and Chemical Engineering
2015-2017 | Head, Nuclear Fuel Cycle Engineering Laboratory
2016-2017 | Director, Center for Advanced Nuclear Reactor
Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon, Korea
2013-2015 | Senior Researcher, Division of Nuclear Fuel Cycle Process Development
2012-2013 | Postdoctoral Researcher, Division of Strategic and International Studies
Harvard University, Cambridge, U.S.A
2010-2012 | Research Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
2012 | Postdoctoral Researcher, Nuclear Materials Laboratory
2008-2012 | Research Assistant, Nuclear Materials Laboratory
International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria
2008 | Intern, Nuclear Power Engineering Section, Department of Nuclear Energy

2008-2012 | Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering, August 2012
2004-2008 | Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
B.S in Nuclear Engineering, summa cum laude, February 2008
[EE7/NE3] Collaborative research to underpin radioactive waste management in the United Kingdom and Republic of Korea
University of Sheffield
Neil Hyatt was appointed to academic staff in 2003 as Lecturer in Materials Chemistry. He obtained his BSc and PhD in Chemistry at The University of Birmingham and held research appointments in industry and academia, before joining the Department in 2001 as Senior Research Fellow in the BNFL Immobilisation Science Laboratory. Neil is a recognised authority on radioactive waste management and was appointed to a Royal Academy of Engineering research chair in 2011, supported by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.

Research interests
Radioactive waste management and disposal
Our focus is on developing strategy, materials, processes and policy to support the safe, timely and efficient clean up of the UK radioactive waste legacy. A key aspect of our research is the design, manufacture and performance assessment of glass and ceramic materials for the immobilisation of plutonium residues, legacy intermediate level wastes, and high level wastes from reprocessing operations.
We work closely with industrial organisations, including Sellafield Ltd., the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and National Nuclear Laboratory to address real world challenges of radioactive waste management.
Our work has supported development of thermal treatment strategy by Sellafield Ltd. and Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and the acceptance of vitrified intermediate level wastes wastes in conceptual designs for the UK Geological Disposal Facility.
Advanced nuclear materials
Research is focused on the development of new materials and processes for application in future nuclear fission and fusion fuel cycles. We are currently developing novel processing methods for advanced cermet fuels with application in naval reactor concepts, ceramic clad materials for accident tolerant nuclear fuels, and the application of molten salts technology to reprocessing of nuclear fuels. We are also working on new waste management strategies for future fuel cycles, to reduce the ultimate geological disposal footprint.
Structure-property relations in mixed metal oxides
Research is focused on the study of structure-property relationships in perovskite related oxides showing a range of useful physical properties such as high temperature superconductivity, colossal magnetoresistance and anisotropic magnetic exchange. Recent work has investigated structure-property relationships in layered perovskite ferroelectrric oxides and oxide-fluorides.
[EE7/NE3] Licensing and construction of geological disposal of spent nuclear fuel in Sweden and Finland - lessons learned for Korea
Stephansson Rock Consulting; GFZ German Research Center for Geosciences

Research Interests:
Rock Fracture Mechanics
Stress Field of the Earth’s Crust and Stress Measurements
Deep Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste

1972 Habilitation (Docent) Mineralogy and Petrology, University of Uppsala, Sweden
1972 Disseratation Structural Geology and Tectonics, University of Uppsala, Sweden
1967 Phil Licentiate Mineralogy and Petrology, University of Uppsala, Sweden
1965 Phil Candidate, Uppsala University

1963 - 1974, Research Assistant at Hans Ramberg Tectonic Laboratory, University of Uppsala
1974 - 1975, Research Fellow, Division of Mineral Physics, CSIRO, North Ryde, Australia
1974 - 1990, Professor in Rock Mechanics, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
1978, Guest researcher, Carlton University, Ottawa, Canada
1982, 1985 Guest professor, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado, U.S.
1991 - 2002, Professor in Engineering Geology, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm
1992 - 2007, Head of the Secretariat of the international DECOVALEX project at KTH
1993-1997, Head of Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, KTH, Stockholm
1998, Guest professor, Department of Engineering Geology, Technical University of Berlin
2000 - 2001, Visiting scientist, GeoForschungsZentrum, Section 3.2. Potsdam, German
2003 - 2010, Visiting professor GeoForschungsZentrum, Section 3.2 Potsdam, Germany
2011 on, Visiting professor GeoForschungsZentrum, Section 2.6 Seismic Hazard & Risk Dynamics, Potsdam, Germany

Professional Activities
2013 International Society for Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering (ISRM) Fellow inducted in 2013 in Wroklaw, Poland
2011 Invitation ISRM Suggested Methods for Rock Stress Estimation and Fracture Toughness in Shear
2011 Member of the SONEX group at the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority in Finland for overlooking the underground works for the underground research facility ONKALO, Olkiluoto, Finland
2011 Rock inspections of CLAB and SFR underground facilities for the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority
2011 Review of selected chapters of the SKB R&D Program 2010 for The Swedish National Council for Nuclear Waste

Course Taught
2011 Stress Course, Aalto University, Espoo Finland (enrolled 58)
2011 MGPW10, Stress Field of the Earth’s Crust, Potsdam University (enrolled 4)
2010 European Stress Course, Ostrava, Czech Republic (enrolled 44)
2010 Rock Stress Models for Underground Site Characterization of Geological Repository of Nuclear Waste Meiringen, School of Underground Waste Storage and Disposal

WSM – World Stress Map Project
Development of Fully Coupled T-H-M-F Processes for Geological Materials
Site Investigation and Evaluation for Underground Construction
Rock Fracture Mechanics Modelling of Underground Constructions
Fundamentals of Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering
Deep Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste and Spent Fuel