SAMMI-2020
Specialist Workshop on Advanced Measurement Method and Instrumentation for enhancing Severe Accident Management in an NPP addressing Emergency, Stabilization and Long-term Recovery Phases
    December 7-10, 2020. Fukushima, JAPAN

What's New

• Nov. 11, 2019: 2nd Call for Papers and Abstract Template has been available.  NEW! 
• Sep. 17, 2019: Website opened.
Source: Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc.
Fukushima Daiichi NPS Unit 1 Control Room

This OECD/NEA specialist workshop will promote international exchange of information on advanced or innovative measurement methods and instrumentation as well as the use of revised strategies using installed instrumentation for Severe Accident Management (SAM). The scope considers measures to prevent and mitigate a SA in an NPP under harsh SA conditions as well as those for long-term recovery phases to prepare for decommissioning of a SA-damaged NPP.

Workshop Date and Place

December 7-9, 2020 SAMMI-2020 at Manabino-Mori,
            Tomioka Town Art & Media Center,
Tomioka-town, Fukushima, Japan
December 10, 2020 Technical Tour to both sites of
    Fukushima Daiichi (via bus window) and
    Fukushima Daini (into pedestal below RPV)
(planned)

Major Topics of interest

2nd Call for Papers  NEW! 

SAMMI-2020 2nd Call for Papers (PDF, 1.80MB. 2nd version: November 11, 2019)
Abstract Template (MS-Word, 32.0kB)

Important Dates

Abstract submission deadline December 28, 2019
Notification of abstract acceptance February 28, 2020
Extended abstract (EA) submission deadline May 31, 2020
Notification of EA acceptance with commentsJuly 31, 2020
Early Registration August 1, 2020
Final EA submission due September 30, 2020

Selected papers will be encouraged for publication in technical journals.

Session Types

Oral Sessions and Poster Sessions
(Notice) Format to prepare a presentation or a poster will be announced later