20
Sep
2013

Mr. Amir Shahkarami: Senior Vice President of Exelon Generation Company, CEO of Exelon Nuclear Partners

NEIK spoke with Amir Shahkarami, Senior Vice President of Exelon Generation Company and CEO of Exelon Nuclear Partners. During his interview, Mr. Shahkarami drew upon his extensive experience in the nuclear industry and spoke on various issues, including nuclear safety culture, operational excellence, and international collaboration in civil nuclear matters.

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27
Aug
2013

Mr. Jack Spencer: Director of the Roe Institute at the Heritage Foundation

NEIK had the pleasure of speaking with Jack Spencer, Director of the Roe Institute at the Heritage Foundation, where he oversees research on a wide range of domestic economic issues, including federal spending, energy and environment, and regulation. Prior to his current position, Mr. Spencer specialized in nuclear energy issues both domestically and internationally, frequently writing on such topics as waste management, next generation technologies, and industry subsidies.

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26
Apr
2013

Tayuka Hattori, President of JAIF

NEIK interviews Takuya Hattori, President of the Japan Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc. (JAIF) and President of the JAIF International Cooperation Center. As President of JAIF, Mr. Hattori spearheads efforts to promote the safe and peaceful utilization of nuclear energy in Japan and cooperation with nuclear energy organizations overseas.

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23
Jan
2013

Dr. Joonhong Ahn

NEIK speaks with Dr. Joonhong Ahn, professor in the Department of Nuclear Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. Professor Ahn received his Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering from U.C. Berkeley in 1988, and currently teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in nuclear waste management.

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18
Jul
2012

Mr. Daniel Lipman: Senior Vice President, Westinghouse Electric Company

Alan Ahn of NEIK speaks with Mr. Daniel Lipman, Senior Vice President of Westinghouse Electric Company. Previously, Mr. Lipman served as Senior Vice President, Nuclear Power Plants responsible for managing the global deployment of new reactors, as well as President of Westinghouse Asia, in which he was responsible for China, South Korea, and Taiwan.

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12
Apr
2012

Dr. Allison MacFarlane

Alan Ahn of NEIK speaks with Professor Allison MacFarlane, Professor of Environmental Science and Policy at George Mason University in Virginia. Professor MacFarlane was a member of the Blue Ribbon Commission on America's Nuclear Future, which studied and reported on issues of spent nuclear fuel in the United States.

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9
Feb
2012

Dr. Chang Seon-hung (AUDIO)

NEIK speaks with Dr. Chang Seon-hung, President of the Korean Nuclear Society. Dr. Chang discusses Korea's plans for the future of nuclear energy development and nuclear safety, including its education initiatives to expand knowledge of nuclear safety to other countries.

For a written TRANSCRIPT of the interview, see below.

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9
Feb
2012

Dr. Chang Seon-hung (TRANSCRIPT)

TRANSCRIPT: Interview with Dr. Chang Seon-hung

FOR AUDIO, see above.

NEIK speaks with Dr. Chang Seon-hung, President of the Korean Nuclear Society. Dr. Chang discusses Korea's plans for the future of nuclear energy development and nuclear safety, including its education initiatives to expand knowledge of nuclear safety to other countries.

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5
Dec
2011

Dr. Charles Ferguson: President, Federation of American Scientists

NEIK is pleased to speak with Dr. Charles Ferguson, President of the Federation of American Scientists, for its inaugural episode. Dr. Ferguson discusses the aftermath of the March 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident and its implications for the future of nuclear energy worldwide, with a special focus on the nuclear energy situations in both the United States and South Korea.

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17
Oct
2011

What is neik?

“Nuclear Energy in Korea” is a new audio podcast that endeavors to expand the reach of discussion of major issues and challenges in Korean nuclear energy, as well as the U.S.-Korean relationship on questions of nuclear energy. As a non-partisan audio podcast program, “Nuclear Energy in Korea” combines an ever-expanding base of research and development in nuclear energy with equally important policy discussions.

The program features both one-on-one interviews with experts and field leaders, as well as in-depth documentary-style reporting to provide listeners with balanced and comprehensive coverage of some of the most pressing questions of our modern age.