INUDECO 2021

27-29 April, Slavutych (Ukraine)

International Conference on Nuclear Decommissioning and Environmental Recovery

01 / Conference

01 / Conference

INUDECO

International Conference on Nuclear Decommissioning and Environmental Recovery

The conference is held to address problems and perspectives, increase the efficiency level of scientific and practical research, and establish cooperation and exchange of experience on the decommissioning of nuclear facilities and environmental recovery In the context of man-made disasters in Chernobyl and Fukushima, the challenges of today are the reintegration of territories and social adaptation of victims, the restoration of the environment.

Representatives of the public and private sectors, non-governmental and scientific organizations will have the opportunity to participate in open discussions on the following topics:

  • Chornobyl NPP and Object Shelter (radioactive waste and spent fuel management, implementation of the project on Object Shelter transformation into an environmentally safe system).
  • Nuclear Power and New Energy (NPP maintenance and repair, NPP decommissioning, information technology for critical infrastructure).
  • From Catastrophe to the New Life (rehabilitation, reintegration of territories and social adaptation of the public, use of alternative and renewable energy sources).
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02 / Program
02 / Program
16:00
19:00

Accommodation, registration of participants

19:00

Meeting veterans of Ukraine’s atomic energy industry in a round-table format

20:00

Dinner / Start of Hackathon “The City of New Ideas”

Performance of tasks by participants of the Hackathon “The City of New Ideas”

07:00

Registration of participants of the technical tour to ChNPP

07:40

Transfer to ChNPP by train “Slavutych-Semykhody”

08:25

Passing the checkpoint “Semykhody”, checking ID and processing documents

08:45

Entering the Administrative building-1, Conference hall

09:00

Coffee break, service break

09:15

Opening of the conference, welcome speech by organizers

09:30

Speaker 1

Yurii Fomichev / speaker of Slavutych city

09:45

Speaker 2

Speaker of Ministry of Environmental Protection Representative of the Verkhovna Rada committee

10:20

Speaker 4

Valeriy Seyda / speaker of SSE ChNPP

10:40

Coffee break, service break

10:00

Speaker 3

Serhii Kostiuk / speaker of SAUEZM

11:00

Speaker 5

Anatolii Nosovskyi / speaker of INPPSP

11:20

Speaker 6

Vitalii Shykun / speaker of NNEGC Energoatom’s Atomremontservice

11:40

Speaker 7 (foreign speaker through Webex)

David Corbett / Project Director – Joint Support Office for the management of the Instrument for Nuclear Safety Cooperation (INSC) in Ukraine

Torsten Wöllert / Minister Councellor, Energy EU Delegation to Ukraine

Norbert Molitor / Managing Director – Plejades GmbH –Independent Experts, Adviser to the Head of the State Agency of Ukraine for Exclusion Zone Management

12:00

Brief discussion (if time allows)

12:15

Initial check at Whole Body Counter

12:45

Lunch break

13:00

International panel within INUDECO 2021 “35th Anniversary of the Chornobyl Disaster: from Past to Future” with participation of the Ukrainian Nuclear Society.

Moderated by Danylo Lavrenov / Executive Secretary of the Ukrainian Nuclear Society.

Current state of contaminated areas and existing environmental hazards within the Chornobyl Exclusion zone
Serhii Paskevych / Deputy Director for Research of the Institute for NPPs Safety Problems

Chornobyl NPP Decommissioning and its industrial site development potential
Dmytro Stelmakh / Head of Strategic Planning Department, ChNPP

Object Shelter transformation into an environmentally safe system
Maxym Saveliev / Senior Research Officer of the Institute for NPPs Safety Problems

Current state of radiation and nuclear safety of the Shelter
Roman Hodun / Head of Nuclear Safety Department, Institute for NPPs Safety Problems

13:15

Passing the changing facility, changing clothes for technical tour by route Basic+

16:45

Transfer to Slavutych by train “Semykhody-Slavutych”

16:00

Final check at Whole Body Counter

17:30

Arrival to Slavutych, free time

19:00

Business dinner

09:00

Registration

09:30

Section 1. From Catastrophe to the New Life

moderated by Maksym Shevchuk, SAUEZM

14:00

Lunch break

15:00

Section 2. Nuclear Power and New Energy

Moderated by Volodymyr Medintsov, Atomremontservice

17:00

Presenting results of Hackathon “The City of New Ideas”

20:00
09:00

Registration

09:30

Section 3. Chornobyl NPP and Object Shelter

Moderated by Viktor Kuchynskyi, SSE ChNPP

14:30

Lunch break

15:30

Departure of participants

03 / Visit to ChNPP
03 / Visit to ChNPP

ChNPP

Visit ChNPP together with INUDECO

Every year, as part of the practical part of the conference, INUDECO participants visit the industrial site of the Chernobyl NPP.  This is a unique opportunity to see with your own eyes the transformations that the station has undergone since the 1986 catastrophe.

04 / Place
04 / Place

SLAVUTYCH

INUDECO conference is traditionally held in the satellite city of the Chornobyl NPP - Slavutych

The city was built in 1987 after the Chernobyl accident.  The total population is 25,000.  The majority of the city’s population works at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and the enterprises of the Exclusion Zone.

Slavutych is the youngest city in Ukraine.  Teams of experts from eight republics of the former USSR took part in the construction of the city, which gave the buildings of each of the 13 quarters a national flavor.  Slavutych is the embodiment of a unique, environmentally sustainable, easy-to-live architecture, it is a cozy home for its residents and an unparalleled point on the map for guests from around the world.

The short history of the mono-profile Slavutych is divided into three periods.  Until 2000, when the Chernobyl nuclear power plant generated electricity and the city implemented various large-scale projects.

The second period, after December 2000, when the Chernobyl nuclear power plant was stopped prematurely and Slavutych residents felt the first signs of economic and social crisis, the decline of cultural and social life.

At the same time, the city begins an active search for ways out of the situation – continues to operate a special economic zone, implemented 40 multi-thematic projects, which attracted about 2.6 million US dollars.

The third – from 2012 to the present, when a new safe confinement was built over the destroyed 4th power unit of Chernobyl.

Now the city is restructuring its economy and looking for a new identity that will not be determined by the past catastrophe.

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1987
founded
25 000
population
39 years old
middle age
200 km
from Kiev
40 km
from Chernobyl
05 / Partners
05 / Partners
Organizers
Slavutych City Council
Regional Development Agency of Slavutych City Council
State Specialized Enterprise "Chornobyl NPP"
State Agency of Ukraine for Exclusion Zone Management
Institute for Safety Problems of NPPs of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Institute of Problems of Mathematical Systems and Machines of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Co-organizers
Academy of Technological Sciences of Ukraine
Separate subdivision "Atomremontservis"
Association of Industrial Automation Enterprises of Ukraine
National Technical University of Ukraine, Kyiv Polytechnic Institute

Organizers

Slavutych City Council
Regional Development Agency of Slavutych City Council
State Specialized Enterprise "Chornobyl NPP"
State Agency of Ukraine for Exclusion Zone Management
Institute for Safety Problems of NPPs of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Institute of Problems of Mathematical Systems and Machines of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

Co-organizers

Academy of Technological Sciences of Ukraine
Separate subdivision "Atomremontservis"
Association of Industrial Automation Enterprises of Ukraine
National Technical University of Ukraine, Kyiv Polytechnic Institute