SHORT COURSE-WORKSHOP ON NUCLEAR POWER PERSPECTIVE - ENERGY by bim75537

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									                          SHORT COURSE-WORKSHOP ON
              NUCLEAR POWER: PERSPECTIVE - ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY
                             AND CLIMATE CHANGE
                              14-18 NOVEMBER 2009
                    IUT, BOARD BAZAR, GAZIPUR, BANGLADESH
                                COURSE OUTLINE


MODULE 1        INTRODUCTION
Lecture 1.1     Introduction to the Short Course-Workshop        Engr. Kazi Obaidul Awal


MODULE 2        ENERGY SOURCES
Lecture 2.1     Electricity Demand Growth and Primary Energy     Engr. Kazi Obaidul Awal
                Sources: Energy Sustainability
Lecture 2.2     Global Electricity Generation Trend and          Prof. Dr. A. K. M. Sadrul Islam
                Associated Environmental Issues: Fossil Fuels
                and Renewable Sources


MODULE 3        NUCLEAR POWER
Lecture 3.1     Basic Nuclear Physics and Evolution of Nuclear   Dr. Farid Uddin Ahmed
                Power
Lecture 3.2     Nuclear Power Plant Types: Advantages and        Prof. M. A. Quaiyyum
                Disadvantages
Lecture 3.3     New Generation Nuclear Power Plants and          Engr. Md. Ali Zulquarnain
                Future Trend
Lecture 3.4     Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Waste Management          Prof. Dr. A. Matin
Lecture 3.5     Nuclear Power Economics and Financing: Key Dr. C. S. Karim
                Advantages and Challenges
Lecture 3.6     Integration of Maximum Plant Unit Size and Prof. Dr. Md. Shaid Ullah
                Power System Stability
Lecture 3.7     Problems of Introducing Nuclear Power in a Engr. A. B. M. Nurul Islam
                Developing Country
Lecture 3.8     Basic Infrastructure Required for Introducing    Dr. Shafiqul Islam Bhuyian
                Nuclear Power in a Developing Country:
                Perspective Bangladesh
Open            Module-2&3                                       *Moderator: Prof. Dr. C.S. Karim/

Discussions                                                      Engr. A. B. M. N. Islam (?)
MODULE 4           SAFETY AND SAFEGUARDS
Lecture 4.1      Nuclear Safety and Accident Risks                    Dr. C. S. Karim
Lecture 4.2      Protection Against Ionizing Radiation and            Dr. Abdus Sattar Mollah
                 Radioactive Sources
Lecture 4.3      Nuclear Proliferation, Safeguards, International     Engr. A. B. M. Nurul Islam
                 Conventions and Protocols


MODULE 5         TECHNICAL VISIT: ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT
                 (AERE) Ganakbari, Savar,
                 [ Visit of TRIGA (3 MWt) Reactor, Radiation Protection, Waste Management and
                 Other Nuclear Power Related Facilities]

MODULE 6         ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
Lecture 6.1      Environmental Consequences and Monitoring of         Dr. M. Khaliquzzaman
                 Nuclear Power Plant
Lecture 6.2      Nuclear Power as a Component of Clean                Prof. Dr. Ainun Nishat
                 Development Mechanism
Lecture 6.3      Energy Planning for Sustainable Development in the   Dr. Md. Shawkat Akbar
                 Context of Climate Change: Perspective Bangladesh


MODULE 7         NUCLEAR LAWS AND REGULATIONS
Lecture 7.1      Nuclear Laws and Regulations: Global Scenario        Engr. Kazi Obaidul Awal
                 and Bangladesh Status
Open             Modules 4, 5, 6 and 7                                *Moderator: Dr. A. Matin/Dr.
Discussions
                                                                      Ainun Nishat


ROUND TABLE: [Venue?]: Topic: Rooppur Nuclear Power Project: Need and Future Road Map
[Moderator:Prof. Dr. Jamilur Reza Chowdhury/ Dr. Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad ]Key Note Speech
[Speaker: Dr. C. S. Karim],* Principal Discussants :Prof. Dr. A. Matin, Prof. M. A. Quaiyyum, Engr.
A. B. M. Nurul Islam. Dr. Jasim Uddin Ahmed, Dr. Md. Mosharraf Hossain, Prof. Dr. Shamsher Ali ?
Open Discussions
CONCLUDING AND CERTIFICATE AWARDING CEREMONY
  * The names of the moderators and Principal Discussants are tentative. These may
  change depending on the availability of the persons.

								
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