5–9 December 2016 Vienna, Austria Ministerial Segment

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International Conference onNUCLEAR SECURITY:Commitments and Actions5–9 December 2016Vienna, AustriaMinisterial Segment5–6 December 2016PROGRAMMEOrganized by theCN-244 i

1:Organized by theIn cooperation with theEuropean Police Office (Europol)European Union (EU)IntroductionFollowing the first International Conference on Nuclear Security:Enhancing Global Efforts in July 2013, the second conference isan opportunity to discuss the national and internationalcommunity’s experiences and achievements to date instrengthening nuclear security; to enhance understanding ofcurrent approaches to nuclear security worldwide; to identifytrends; and to provide an inclusive forum at which ministers,policymakers, senior officials and nuclear security experts canformulate and exchange views on future directions and prioritiesfor nuclear security and how these may evolve.Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism (GICNT)Institute for Nuclear Material Management (INMM)RegistrationInternational Criminal Police Organization – INTERPOLPlease register your attendance at the Registration Desk at theentrance of the M Building.International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)International Telecommunication Union (ITU)Nuclear Forensics International Technical Working Group (ITWG)Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)Police Community of the Americas (AMERIPOL)United Nations Office of Disarmament Affairs (UNODA)United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)UNSCR1540 CommitteeWorld Customs Organization (WCO)World Institute of Nuclear Security (WINS)World Nuclear Association (WNA)World Nuclear Transport Institute (WNTI)The Registration Desk and the Conference Secretariat in MOE67will be staffed throughout the conference and our colleaguesthere will be happy to assist you.Conference AppThe IAEA Conferences and Meetings App provides a one-stopaccess to information on the Conference Programme, theexhibition, and scheduled side events. The app also allows usersto put together their own personalized schedule of events. Via thisapp participants will also be able to view the abstract associatedwith each presentation, the latest conference programme,message other participants, and view PowerPoint presentationsreleased after the event. Participants will receive an email invitingthem to register for the app approximately one week before theconference.Conference Website & NUSEC PortalIn addition to the Conference App, most conference informationwill be available either on the Conference Website or the IAEA’sNuclear Security Information Portal (NUSEC). The conferenceschedule, National Statements, registration procedures and moregeneral information can be found on the conference website ferenceNUSEC is a secure, centralized and interactive online platformdesigned to help strengthen the Nuclear Security communityworldwide by facilitating the exchange of up-to-date NuclearSecurity information between the IAEA, its Member States and itsinternational partners. After the conference, full papers andpresentations will be posted on NUSEC.Please visithttps://nusec.iaea.org for access and new member registration.ii1

2Conference OverviewDiscussionsMonday 5 December and the morning of Tuesday 6 Decembercomprise the Ministerial Segment of the conference, during whichministers and heads of delegation will have an opportunity tomake national statements related to nuclear security. In addition,a Ministerial Declaration is expected to be adopted in the plenarysession in the afternoon of Monday 5 December 2016.All sessions are being recorded. Anyone who wishes to take thefloor, e.g. during question periods should, after having beenrecognized by the Chairperson, use one of the microphonesavailable in the meeting room and begin their question orcomment by stating their name, country and organization and beas concise as possible.Participants in the Scientific and Technical Programme arewelcome to follow the proceedings of the Ministerial Segment inthe following overflow areas: Board Room A and ConferenceRoom M2.The MediaThe Scientific and Technical programme commences immediatelyfollowing the conclusion of the Ministerial Segment and willcontinue through the rest of the week, concluding with thePresident’s Report on Friday afternoon. This programme consistsof six high-level technical sessions and 28 technical sessions thatcover a wide array of topics relevant to nuclear security. The highlevel sessions will take place in Board Room B/M1, while theparallel technical sessions will take place in Board Room A,Room M2, Room M3, Room M4, Room M5, and in the PressRoom.Interactive Content PresentationsThe media will have access to all sessions except for theTechnical Sessions of the conference.Interactive SessionDuring the lunch break on Monday afternoon, a group ofinterested Member States has organized an optional interactivesession to highlight the importance of the Convention on thePhysical Protection of Nuclear Material (CPPNM) and theAmendment to the CPPNM that entered into force on 8 May2016. The interactive session is closed to the public and themedia, but any interested Member States should contact theConference Secretariat for more information. The InteractiveSession will take place in Board Room C.Side EventsThis conference features digital poster presentations calledInteractive Content Presentations (ICPs). After briefly introducingthe poster presentations in the Conference Room, theChairperson will direct the session audience to the ICP stationson the ground floor of the M Building where the presentations willbe held.A number of side events are scheduled throughout theConference Programme, organized by interested Member Statesand Organizations and related to a number of topics relevant toNuclear Security. All side events are open to all conferenceparticipants. A full schedule of side events can be found at theend of the Programme.All ICP presenters are kindly requested to attend the ICP briefingto receive final logistical instructions. These briefings will occur at08:30 every day at the ICP Station (M Building, Ground Floor,outside the Press Room) on the assigned day of theirpresentation.Refreshments during the Technical ProgrammeFurther, ICP presenters are suggested to make use of thepreview centre on the ground floor (M0E68) for a final check oftheir presentations and to familiarize themselves with the touchscreen displays at least one day in advance of their respectivepresentations.Coffee and refreshments will be available during the morning andafternoon breaks courtesy of voluntary contributions provided bya number of organizations and companies, as acknowledged inthe programme insert. Additionally, we are very pleased to host anumber of companies and organizations exhibiting their productsand services at this conference.All hosted coffee breaks will be held on the ground and first floorof the M Building, as well as the Rotunda (C Building). Pleasetake the time to visit and talk with the exhibitors.Poster PresentationsInternet AccessPoster presentations will be held at the M02 Poster ExhibitionSpace (2nd Floor of M Building) outside Board Room A. Eachposter presenter has been assigned to a session that will last onefull day of the conference. Poster presenters are kindly requestedto bring a hard-copy of the poster to the Poster Exhibition Spaceafter 18:00 on the day prior, or before 09:00 on the day of, theirassigned presentation day. Poster presenters will affix their hardcopy posters on the board bearing the related paper number.Posters should be removed at the end of their presentation day(18:00) to allow mounting of the posters for the next day.Wireless access to the Internet is available throughout theM Building, no password is needed.2Two Internet corners are located on the ground floor.Bank and Post OfficeBanking Services and a post office are located on the first floor ofthe C building.3

3Programme CommitteeConference:President:H.E. Mr Yun Byung-seMinister of Foreign AffairsRepublic of KoreaScientific andAdministrativeSupport:ConferenceOrganizers:Raja Abdul Aziz Raja AdnanRhonda EvansIn Young SuhThomas GrayNicole HerndlbauerJavlon DusimatovRichard GordonMartina NeuholdElfriede BoschIris KridtnerLocation of the Conference:International Atomic Energy AgencyVienna International Centre (VIC)“M” BuildingWagramer Straße 51400 Vienna, AustriaWorking Language:English. However simultaneous interpretation in Arabic;Chinese; English; French; Russian; and Spanish will beprovided for the Ministerial Segment of the conference. Forthe high-level sessions English and Russian interpretation willbe provided. Technical sessions and all side events will beheld in English only.Resolutions:No resolutions may be submitted for consideration on anysubject; no votes will be taken.4L. VinhasBrazilMembersIAEA Secretariat:Scientific Secretaries:ChairG. TerigiArgentinaS. BayerAustraliaK. SmithAustraliaA. RaimanBelarusI. MishkorudnyBelarusT. FedorovichBelarusJ. Esteves DosBrazilM. Furtado GarciaBrazilR. MaschiettoAyrosaH. Lobato DaJornadaC. Van HaastrechtBrazilP. WebsterCanadaR. AwadCanadaS. LinChinaT. YoussefEgyptT. LanguinFranceG. DandrieuxFranceS. SattlerGermanyT. PissullaGermanyD. OjhaIndiaS. Ajaz KhanIndiaR. AlamsyahIndonesiaS. SyahrilIndonesiaH. YokotaJapanT. AmeyaJapanY. NakamuraJapanJ. HoribeJapanE. GatebeKenyaB. JunKorea, Republic ofBrazilCanada5

4H. YooKorea, Republic ofS. Pitts-KieferNuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)K. MrabitMoroccoE. Abela-HampelM. HaddaouiMoroccoT. WuchteB. DalNetherlandsK. NederlofNetherlandsP. SchroorNetherlandsP. GaspariniOrganization for Security andCooperation in Europe (OSCE)Organization for Security andCooperation in Europe (OSCE)Organization for Security andCooperation in EuropeUnited NationsJ. VrillandNetherlandsH. FaragUnited NationsA. BulychevRussian FederationM. Lorenzo SobradoUN Office for Drugs and CrimeM. KondratenkovRussian FederationM. RosenthalUNSCR 1540 CommitteeA. Perez BaezSpainP. HeineWorld Customs OrganizationC. Torres VidalSpainS. AniszewskiWorld Customs OrganizationL. Fernandez AbadSpainR. HowsleyE. DalgicTurkeyWorld Institute for NuclearSecurity (WINS)E. TuresinTurkeyF. AlimTurkeyT. AkbasTurkeyH. AlkaabiUnited Arab EmiratesA. BaconUnited KingdomD. ShepherdUnited KingdomL. BaileyUnited KingdomR. HardimanUnited KingdomL. YoungUnited KingdomF. WongUSAM. CurryUSAS. RoeckerUSAC. DeeringUSAL. HolgateUSAD. LenoirEuropean UnionV. HolubetzEuropean UnionM. DmowskaEUROPOLR. WainwrightEUROPOLL. SatkowiakInstitute for Nuclear MaterialManagementInternationalTelecommunications UnionP. Maloor6A. Volenikoca7

5TIMETABLE14:00 – 15:40 Technical Session Detection Technology2C-ASunday, 04 December 201615:00 – 19:00 RegistrationGate 117:00 – 19:00 Welcome Reception(Rotunda – C Building)Monday, 05 December 201608:00RegistrationGate 110:00 – 12:30 Ministerial Session Opening Remarks and(Conference Room Plenary StatementsB/M1)12:30 – 15:00 Lunch Break12:30 – 13:30 Buffet Lunch for Ministers and Heads ofDelegations sponsored by the Republic of Korea(Outside Board Room C)13:30 – 15:00 Interactive Session organized by interestedMember States(Board Room C)15:00 – 17:00 Ministerial Session Plenary Statements(Conference RoomB/M1)17:00 – 17:30 Adoption of the Ministerial Declaration(Conference Room B/M1)17:30 – 21:00 Ministerial Session Plenary Statements(Conference RoomB/M1)Tuesday, 06 December 201609:00 – 12:00 Ministerial Session Plenary Statements(Conference RoomB/M1)12:00 – 13:00 Scientific andOpening PlenaryTechnicalProgramme(Conference RoomB/M1)13:00 – 14:00 Lunch Break and Side Events14:00 – 15:40 High-Level Session International legal#1instruments for nuclear(Conference Room security: Universalization andimplementation of bindingB/M1)international legalinstruments8(Board Room A)14:00 – 15:40 Technical Session Threat and Risk Assessment2C-1and its Broad Application toNuclear Security(Press Room)14:00 – 15:40 Technical Session Public Engagement on2C-2Nuclear Security(Conference RoomM2)14:00 – 15:40 Technical Session Radioactive Material:2C-3Regulatory and Operator(Conference Room PerspectivesM3)15:40 – 16:20 Coffee/Tea BreakInteractive ContentPresentations16:20 – 18:00 High-Level Session International legal#1instruments for nuclear(Conference Room security: Universalization andimplementation of bindingB/M1)international legalinstruments16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session Detection Technology2D-A(Board Room A)16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session Design Basis Threat (DBT)2D-1and Threat Assessment forNuclear Material and(Press Room)Facilities16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session The Application of Threat and2D-2Risk Assessment for Informing(Conference Room the Design andImplementation of NuclearM2)Security Systems andMeasures for MORC16:20 – 18:00 Technical Session Radioactive Material:2D3Regulatory and Operator(Conference Room PerspectivesM3)18:00 – 20:00 Reception(M Building, Ground Floor)9

6Wednesday, 07 December 201609:00 – 10:30 High-Level Session International bodies and#2initiatives for nuclear security:(Conference Room Role of the IAEA incoordinating internationalB/M1)efforts09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session Radioactive Material:3A-AIdentifying Gaps andStrategies for Addressing(Board Room A)these Gaps09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session Perspectives on3A-1implementing obligationsunder International(Press Room)Instruments for NuclearSecurity09:00 – 10:30 Technical Session Nuclear Forensics: Building3A-2Confidence in Nuclear(Conference Room Forensic ConclusionsM2)11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session Perspectives on3B-1implementing obligationsunder International(Press Room)Instruments for NuclearSecurity11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session Nuclear Forensics: Building3B-2Confidence in Nuclear(Conference Room Forensic ConclusionsM2)11:10 – 12:30 Technical Session Systems and Measures for3B-3the Detection of MORC:(Conference Room Design and Implementation.M3)11:10 – 12:30 Technical Sess