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19th February 2015 Abu Dhabi – UAE

WSC

WSC is a privately held, technology driven company with engineering simulation as its core competence. WSC’s vision is to provide the Power Industry with innovative, state-of-the-art, simulation technology products and services, that will add value in the design, commissioning and safe and reliable operation of their power generating or process plant assets.

WSC’s state of the art 3KEYSOFTWARE® technology has its roots in the nuclear and thermal power plant Operator Training Simulators. WSC will continue to invest a significant proportion of its profits in its products, to add value to the engineering design and construction process through Simulator Assisted Engineering and to plant operation economics through simulation grounded equipment reliability and asset life cycle management processes.

www.WS-Corp.com

Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research

Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research is an independent, non-profit, coeducational institution inaugurated in 2007 as part of an Abu Dhabi Government initiative.

With campuses in Abu Dhabi and Sharjah, Khalifa University is dedicated to the advancement of learning through teaching and research and to the discovery and application of knowledge. It endeavors to be an internationally recognized research university, with a world class reputation for interdisciplinary teaching and research and a tradition of partnering with leading academic institutions from around the world.

http://www.kustar.ac.ae/

ENEC

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) is working to deliver safe, clean, efficient and reliable nuclear energy to the United Arab Emirates – energy that is needed to support the UAE’s social and economic growth.

Established by decree in December 2009 by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates, ENEC specializes in the deployment, ownership and operation of peaceful nuclear energy plants within the UAE. The UAE peaceful nuclear energy program is scheduled to be complete by 2020, when Unit 4 is connected to the grid and provide the UAE with emissions-free electricity to power the future growth of the nation. Driven by a Culture of Safety, ENEC’s overriding priority is ensuring the safety of the UAE community, employees and the environment.

For more information, visit www.ENEC.gov.ae

L-3 MAPPS

When you are looking for increased reliability in your power plant’s performance, you can count on L-3 MAPPS’ simulation experience to get you there. Our dedication to true-to-life power plant simulators ensures that your personnel have the knowledge required to safely and efficiently operate your power plant. Providing more than just training devices, our simulator solutions—powered by L-3 MAPPS’ unparalleled Orchid® suite of simulation products—will elevate your engineering team to new heights in addressing plant design issues, procedural deficiencies, and reliability improvements.

We offer a variety of products and services, including full scope simulators, classroom simulators, engineering simulators, part-task trainers, simulator retrofits and upgrades, and the latest addition—learning simulators. L-3 MAPPS provides design-to-completion turnkey systems, specific components, and simulator design tools as required by the customer. With a worldwide presence, a solid leadership position and a well established service program, L-3 MAPPS ensures the success of your simulator projects. Our simulators offer the highest quality in simulation fidelity and training to provide trainees and instructors with user-friendly tools for learning, controlling, and exploring complex power plant systems. Users can directly implement simulator modifications to exactly reflect plant changes, evolve their training programs, and expand simulator use into other areas.

L-3 MAPPS simulators can also be equipped with severe accident simulation capabilities for reproducing the effects of beyond design basis accidents.

www.L-3com.com

EDF Energy

EDF Energy is one of the UK’s largest energy companies and its largest producer of low-carbon electricity. A wholly-owned subsidiary of the EDF Group, one of Europe’s largest energy groups, we generate around one fifth of the UK’s electricity and employ around 15,000 people. We supply electricity and gas to around 5.5 million residential and business customers, making us the biggest supplier of electricity by volume.

The company is organised into the following business units:

Nuclear Generation operates eight nuclear power stations in the UK with a combined capacity of over 9 million kilowatts – electricity that is vital to the UK economy.

Nuclear New Build is tasked with the delivery of the new generation of nuclear plants in line with EDF’s global programme of producing safe, affordable, reliable, low-carbon electricity in the UK.

www.EDFEnergy.com

INBEx

INBEx tailors every mission to individual needs and wishes. Our distinguished experts are internationally recognised within their fields and cover all aspects of nuclear power business leadership. Typical challenges for INBEx:

• A nuclear company has got new members in its management team with non-nuclear background.
• The executive management team of an energy company strive to reach nuclear business acumen.
• A country with no prior nuclear industry has decided to develop nuclear power.
• A supplier wants to understand the needs of its customers in the nuclear industry.

http://www.inbex.se/

Harbin Engineering University (China)

HEU has gained a superior position in various aspects such as nuclear power plant system simulation, safety analysis methods, operational support and other areasof cutting-edge technology. Moreover, HEU undertakes special projects onnational defense; all the research content meetsthe international standard for simulation experiment methods of new design for nuclear power plant technology, as well as in operation and identification of regulations.

HEU pays great attention to the international cooperationwith Japan and the USA. In 2007, HEU successfully bid for the “111 Project” on study of nuclear power plant technology and establishment of the laboratories for majors in national defense construction disciplines. In 2008, the second session of the International Conference on Nuclear Harmony was held at HEU, further expanding HEU’s international reputation in the field of nuclear scienceand technology.

http://english.hrbeu.edu.cn/

Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (UAE) FANR

​The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) is the independent government body charged with regulating and licensing nuclear activities in the UAE, which in addition to the nuclear power programme, includes radioactive material and radiation sources used in medicine, research, oil exploration and other industries.

The Authority determines all matters relating to the control and supervision of the nuclear sector in the UAE, in particular nuclear safety and security, radiation protection and safeguards. All obligations under the relevant international treaties, conventions or agreements entered into by the UAE are carried out by FANR.

The Authority is embarking on an effort to build an emirates workforce to oversee the nuclear sector in the UAE​

http://www.fanr.gov.ae/

Atomic Energy Sector at King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy K●A●CARE – Saudi Arabia

K●A●CARE was established by Royal order A/35 of H.M. King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud on 17th April 2010 with the fundamental aim of building a sustainable future for Saudi Arabia by developing a substantial alternative energy capacity fully supported by world-class local industries.

Saudi Arabia has a rapidly growing population that places an ever-increasing pressure on the country’s non-renewable hydrocarbon resources. Therefore, it was concluded that alternative, sustainable and reliable sources of energy for generating power and producing desalinated water should be introduced that will reduce consumption of the nation’s fossil fuel reserves. It was also determined that a balanced energy mix of alternative and conventional energy is strategically important to Saudi Arabia’s long-term prosperity, energy security, and its leading position in the global energy market.

http://www.kacare.gov.sa/

Jordan Atomic Energy Commission

The Commission works to embody the vision of His Majesty King Abdullah II, who constantly emphasizes that the issue of energy is one of the most important challenges facing Jordan, and calls for radical thinking in the long-term solutions to provide alternative sources of energy and the development of traditional domestic energy sources and renewable energy.

http://www.jaec.gov.jo/

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