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The delegation of experts from the IAEA and Indonesia met with the leadership of ROSATOM CICE&T

The delegation of experts from the IAEA and Indonesia met with the leadership of ROSATOM CICE&T

2 October 2013 the team of scientists and specialists in the field of development of small and medium size nuclear reactors led by Dr. Hadid Subki (Technical Lead of Section on the IAEA small and medium size nuclear reactors) visited the ROSATOM Central Institute for Continuing Education &Training. The team participates in the International Training Course “Heavy Liquid Metal Cooled Fast SMR Technology” organized by ROSATOM CICE&T in cooperation with JSC “ AKME Engineering” 30 September-04 October 2013. The sides discussed the possibility of conducting the regular training courses on small size nuclear reactors for developing nuclear energy in the Asia Pacific countries, where exist a demand in constructing of small size nuclear reactors for electricity generation and water desalination. Mr. Susaydi (IAEA, representative of Indonesia) and Professor Zaki SUUD (Bandung Institute of Technology) participated discussion with the ROSATOM CICET&T authorities focusing public acceptance of the SMR technologies and cooperation with Russian universities in SMR R&D and associated trainings. The Indonesian side supported the proposal of ROSATOM CICE&T to organize the next training course on SMR technology in Far East Federal University (Vladivostok, Russia). ROSATOM CICE&T launched a joint project with this University in establishing nuclear engineering programmes (BS Course) to support localization of the NPP construction in the Asia Pacific region and have already installed the analytical simulator to train students and specialists on the basic safety principles of SVBR-100 (lead-bismuth cooled fast reactor with 100 MWt el). It is worthwhile mentioning that Prof. Zaki (Bandung Institute of Technology), Dr. Hadid Subki (IAEA) and Prof. Artisiuk (ROSATOM CICE&T) have a long term research cooperation started in middle 90-s when they studied as PhD course students in the Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan and were educated in the multicultural environment that is increasingly important to the process of nuclear power globalization and expansion into embarking states.