Ugochukwu Ugbor, PhD Knowledge Management Specialist IAEA

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Ugochukwu Ugbor, PhD
Knowledge Management Specialist
IAEA
Austrian Conference on Knowledge and Politics, June 24-25, 2010, Vienna University of Technology
Austrian Conference on Knowledge and Politics, June 24-25, 2010, Vienna University of TechnologyContents
 What do we mean by nuclear knowledge?
 Who owns nuclear knowledge?
 What is nuclear knowledge management?
 If nuclear knowledge management is the solution
then what is the problem?
 What is the Agency’s role in addressing the problem?
 What are the current priorities of the NKM
programme?Nuclear Knowledge…
 Nuclear knowledge consist of facts, opinions, ideas,
theories, principles, and models (or other
frameworks) relevant to understanding nuclear
related issues, including a number of subject areas
(e.g., physics, chemistry, medicine, environment etc.)Nuclear Knowledge comes from the Fuel Cycle
Natural Uranium
& ThoriumNuclear knowledge subject scope
Atomic, Molecular and
Condensed Matter
Physics
10%
Nuclear Physics
Life Sciences
11%
18%
Safeguards
0,4%
Nuclear Materials
Isotopes
9%
1%
Non-Nuclear Energy
1%
Engineering &
Economic, Legal &
Instrumentation
Social
9%
2%
Environmental & Earth
Sciences
3%
Fusion Research and
Technology
7%
Elementary Particle
Physics
Nuclear Fuel Cycle &
16%
Radioactive Waste
Chemistry
Nuclear Power & Safety
3%
4%
6%
*taken from INIScomplexity
Level of Interrelation
Nuclear wisdom
understanding
principles
Nuclear knowledge
understanding
patterns
Nuclear information
understanding
relations
Nuclear data
Understanding of
Nuclear Issues
ndustry must address
Gov. Focus
Gov. Focus
immediate requirements
o Design, delivery and
High Risk High Risk
operations need constant
Short Term Long Term
focus
o Safety and regulations
o Economics
 Government must address
longer term issues
o Policy making
o R&D for
Low Risk Low Risk
o Pre-commercial
Short Term Long Term
o Strategic
o Regulatory
o Support education &
Industry
infrastructure
Focus
 Agency  Government
focus
Time
RiskNuclear Knowledge Management
 Nuclear Knowledge Management functions at the
project, organizational and national levels as an
integrated, systematic approach applied to all stages
of the knowledge cycle, including its identification,
sharing, protection, dissemination, preservation and
transfer.
 It affects and relates to human resource management,
workforce planning, information and communication
technology, process and management approaches,
document management systems, and corporate and
national strategies. Procurement
Operate
Conceptual Design and
Manufacturing
Decommission
Refurbishment
&
R&D
Design
Engineering
Construction
Maintain
Commissioning
IAEA
Tools
Tools Tools Tools ToIo AE ls A IAEA
IAEA IAEA
Tools
Tools Tools Tools Tools
Reviews and
Guidance
Tools Support
Training
Analysis
Knowledge and Experience
Education and trainingNKM ChallengesThe Knowledge challenges
 Aging of Nuclear personnel, retirement
 Loss of valuable nuclear knowledge
 Degradation in technology skills and know-how
 Possible degradation in safety of current
installations
 Dilution or loss of innovation potential
 Status of Nuclear R&D  Gen 4, INPRO
 Gaps in education and trainingInternational Resolutions on NKM
 The General Conference requested the Secretariat to
further develop, in consultation with Member States,
guidance and methodologies for planning, designing
and implementing nuclear knowledge management
programmes, including programmes aimed at
preserving knowledge and sustaining education and
training.Agency’s Role
 Assist in the transfer of knowledge from “centres of
competence” to the “centres of growth”
 Assist in the prevention of knowledge loss and
additional cost for future generations
 To integrate long-term aspect of nuclear knowledge
management into today's strategic decisionsPROVIDING SERVICES
AND SUPPORT
DEVELOPING
METHODOLOGY
PROMOTING NUCLEAR
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
ANALYZING
NEEDS
2000 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011
OVERALL TREND
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE CULTURE
NKM DEMAND GROWTHNetworking Nuclear Education
Networking Nuclear Education
Networking Nuclear Education
“…Networking education should be further made more efficient by interlinking networks and sharing best
practices on a global scale…” SAGNE, 2010
KAERI
UNENE
ENEN
NTEC
ANENT
Texas A&M Univ.
AFRA-NEST
Bariloche Nuclear
KUSTAR
LANENT
Centre
NECSA
To provide a forum to exchange the policy and strategies for nuclear education and training and to
facilitate the regional and interregional cooperation to share educational experiences and resources:
• The Asian Network for Education in Nuclear Technology (ANENT)
• The European Nuclear Education Network Association (ENEN)
• The Nuclear Technology Education Consortium (NTEC)
• The University Network of Excellence in Nuclear Engineering (UNENE)
• African Regional Cooperative Agreement – Network for Education in Nuclear Science and
Technology (AFRA-NEST)
• Regional Cooperative Agreement in Latin America and the Caribbean (ARCAL) – Bariloche
Nuclear Centre in Argentine
NUCLEAR POWER FOR A GREEN PLANET AND
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENTNuclear E-Learning Portal
Integrating nuclear resources for education and training in synergy with IAEA
and other educational establishments
•facilitating access to educational materials and teaching experience
•enabling a convenient and flexible e-learning environment
•contributing towards developing nuclear skills and competencies needed in the 21st
century
NUCLEAR POWER FOR A GREEN PLANET AND
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENTNuclear Knowledge and Information
Fast Reactor Knowledge Organization System
• More than 50 000 technical and scientific documents
including full texts
• Single and unique fast reactor taxonomy in the world
• For developed countries and for long-term
sustainable energy programs
• For fast reactors development and research
• For nuclear fuel cycles and Generation IV
Nuclear Archive
• Preserving internet based nuclear information
• More than 5 million full text documents
• Nuclear knowledge for future generations
• Creating opportunities for knowledge mining and
analysis including safeguards
NUCLEAR POWER FOR A GREEN PLANET AND
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT