• Organizing Committee
  • Joonhong Ahn (UC Berkeley) - Chair
  • Mikael Jensen (SSM) - Co-chair
  • Shinya Nagasaki (U Tokyo) - Co-chair
  • Cathryn Carson (UC Berkeley)
  • Kohta Juraku (U Tokyo)
  • Lecturer's profiles (Coming soon)
  • Application
  1. Download PAGES registration form, and fill all the necessary information.
  2. Send the application forms to PAGES2011SS@berkeley.edu
  3. Application Deadline: June 24, 2011
  4. Successful applicants will be informed around the beginnings of July.

The e-mail address for application printed in the application form uploaded until around 6/23 was obsolete one. The correct address is "PAGES2011SS@berkeley.edu". Aplogize for your inconvenience.

Outline of the School
This summer school is a 6-day program focusing on the issues raised by the recent serious accident in Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power station in Japan, in the context of interactions and relations between the nuclear technology and society. Participants will develop their own philosophies, stances and/or principles which they believe appropriate and responsible in the post-Fukushima nuclear scene, based on very intensive studies and discussions.

The 2011 school will be held in the UC Berkeley campus, under the collaboration framework between the nuclear engineering departments of the UC Berkeley and the University of Tokyo. Both departments have been collaborated in the research and education of social aspects of nuclear utilization for over 3years.

Applications from highly motivated students of all countries are welcomed. The organizers will select participants based upon the provision of application materials.

Venue

Registration and Keynote Lecture:

July 31 (Sun), 2011
3:30pm - 6:30pm, David Brower Center, Berkeley, CA, USA

Workshops:

August 1 (Mon) - 4 (Thu), 2011
9:00am (10:00am on 8/1) - 5:30pm, David Brower Center, Berkeley, CA, USA

Symposium:

August 5 (Fri), 2011
9:00am - 5:15pm, David Brower Center, Berkeley, CA, USA

The latast program in PDF file.

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