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8th KINGS Colloquium 2022 AY

8th KINGS Colloquium 2022 AY

The 8th colloquium was held in the KINGS auditorium with approximately 80 people of the KINGS community on 27 September 2022. The invited speaker, Dr. Baek Won-pil, President of Korean Nuclear Society (KNS), delivered a lecture titled Nuclear Energy for Today and Tomorrow: Opportunities and Challenges.

 

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7th KINGS Colloquium 2022 AY

7th KINGS Colloquium 2022 AY

The KINGS Colloquium Series lectures are held to build intellectual community within and beyond our curriculum through invited external and internal speakers and discussions with speakers and to interact between KINGS community members and renowned leaders from industry, academia, and government.


Last semester, we invited internationally and domestically celebrated leaders for six colloquium lectures as follows:

 

  ◾H.E. Ban Ki-moon, Eighth Secretary-General of UN (First Colloquium, March 8, 2022)

  ◾Dr. Yoo Suk-jae, President of KFE (Second Colloquium, March 15, 2022)

  ◾H.E. Piotr Ostaszewski, Polish Ambassador to the Republic of Korea (Forth Colloquium, April 12, 2022)

  ◾Dr. Yoo Ki-Pung, President of KINGS (Third, Fifth, and Sixth Colloquium, April 5, May 3, May 17, 2022) 

 

For this ongoing fall semester, we will have 6 colloquium lectures. 


The seventh colloquium was held in the KINGS auditorium with approximately 80 people of the KINGS community on 20 September 2022. The invited speaker, Dr. Lee Duck-hwan, Professor Emeritus of Sogang University, delivered a lecture titled Public Acceptance of Energy Technologies in the Era of Climate Crisis.

 

After the lecture, Prof. Lee and audience of KINGS students and KINGS professors had a Q&A session on public acceptance, spent fuel, and SMR-related issues. 
 

The KINGS Colloquium Series lectures are held to build intellectual community within and beyond our curriculum through invited external and internal speakers and discussions with speakers and to interact between KINGS community members and renowned leaders from industry, academia, and government. Last semester, we invited internationally and domestically celebrated leaders for six colloquium lectures as follows: 	H.E. Ban Ki-moon, Eighth Secretary-General of UN (First Colloquium, March 8, 2022) 	Dr. Yoo Suk-jae, President of KFE (Second Colloquium, March 15, 2022) 	H.E. Piotr Ostaszewski, Polish Ambassador to the Republic of Korea (Forth Colloquium, April 12, 2022) 	Dr. Yoo Ki-Pung, President of KINGS (Third, Fifth, and Sixth Colloquium, April 5, May 3, May 17, 2022)  For this ongoing fall semester, we will have 6 colloquium lectures.  The seventh colloquium was held in the KINGS auditorium with approximately 80 people of the KINGS community on 20 September 2022. The invited speaker, Dr. Lee Duck-hwan, Professor Emeritus of Sogang University, delivered a lecture titled Public Acceptance of Energy Technologies in the Era of Climate Crisis. After the lecture, Prof. Lee and audience of KINGS students and KINGS professors had a Q&A session on public acceptance, spent fuel, and SMR-related issues.   The KINGS Colloquium Series lectures are held to build intellectual community within and beyond our curriculum through invited external and internal speakers and discussions with speakers and to interact between KINGS community members and renowned leaders from industry, academia, and government. Last semester, we invited internationally and domestically celebrated leaders for six colloquium lectures as follows: 	H.E. Ban Ki-moon, Eighth Secretary-General of UN (First Colloquium, March 8, 2022) 	Dr. Yoo Suk-jae, President of KFE (Second Colloquium, March 15, 2022) 	H.E. Piotr Ostaszewski, Polish Ambassador to the Republic of Korea (Forth Colloquium, April 12, 2022) 	Dr. Yoo Ki-Pung, President of KINGS (Third, Fifth, and Sixth Colloquium, April 5, May 3, May 17, 2022)  For this ongoing fall semester, we will have 6 colloquium lectures.  The seventh colloquium was held in the KINGS auditorium with approximately 80 people of the KINGS community on 20 September 2022. The invited speaker, Dr. Lee Duck-hwan, Professor Emeritus of Sogang University, delivered a lecture titled Public Acceptance of Energy Technologies in the Era of Climate Crisis. After the lecture, Prof. Lee and audience of KINGS students and KINGS professors had a Q&A session on public acceptance, spent fuel, and SMR-related issues.
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KINGS ZONE

SMALL BUT STRONG OUTSTANDING UNIVERSITY


KINGS VISION



EXCELLENCE

GLOBAL ENERGY LEADERSHIP

CONSILIENCE

CONVERGENCE OF ENGINEERING AND HUMANITIES

DIGITALIZATION

CONNECTIVITY AND COMPETITIVENESS IN DIGITAL ECONOMY

DETAIL KINGS

ESTABLISHMENT
BACKGROUND

NEEDS OF THE ERA, THE INDUSTRY, AND EDUCATION

The world is facing increasing demands of nuclear power to meet the rapidly growing electricity demands.

However, the current lack of nuclear power professionals throughout the world calls for practical education that can prepare nuclear professionals.

IAEA'S FORECAST

NEW 300 NPPS WILL BE CONSTRUCTED BY 2030

INSTALLED CAPACITY

372 GWE 50% 438

2008

807 GWE 90% 750

2030

IAEA RDS-1, 2009 (HIGH PROJECTIOINS)

OECD/NEA'S FORECAST

NPP FACILTIES WILL INCREASE 3.8 TIMES BY 2050

GENERAL CAPACITY

372 GWE 50% 15%

2008

1400 GWE 90% 22%

2050

NEA NUCLEAR ENERGY OUTLOOK, 2008 (HIGH PROJECTIOIN)

NUCLEAR POWER
IN KOREA

WORLD'S BEST OPERATION PERFORMANCE

Through steady technology development of nuclear power in Korea over the last 50 years, the nuclear group of Korea Electric Power Corporation (EEPCO, the sole utility company of Korea) has achieved the world's best operation performance.

The KEPCO nuclear group has combined ther forces to provide quality education with their vast experience and knowledge to make a contribution to human properity though nuclear power electricity by producing practical leadership-level professionals.

WORLD'S BEST OPERATION PERFORMANCE

ANNUAL AVERAGE CAPACITY FACTOR (YEAR 2009)

90.59% 90%

KOREA

64.63% 64%

JAPAN

65.36% 66%

CANADA

70.98% 70%

FRANCE

73.51% 73%

RUSSIA

89.03% 89%

USA

SOURCE : NUCLEARNICS WEEK, APRIL 2010

WORLD AVERAGE : 75.97

UNPLANNED CAPABILITY LOSS FACTOR

0.6 10%

KOREA

1.8 20%

USA

5.7 60%

JAPAN

10.2 100%

FRANCE

8.8 85%

USA

SOURCE : IAEA PRIS, 2009

WORLD AVERAGE : 5.42

IDEALS OF
EDUCATION

CREATIVE & INTERDISCIPLINAEY SPECIALISTS
  • Our Vision 배경이미지
  • PRODUCE PRACTICAL NUCLEAR
    POWER PROFESSIONAL
  • INTERDISCIPLINARY
  • CREATIVE
  • SPECIALIST

CREATIVE

GLOBAL NUCLEAR LEADERSHIP IN NPP ENGINEERING

INTERDISCIPLINARY

INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH AMONG DISCIPLINE, SPECIALTY AND MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING WITH ACTION-ORIENTED CURRICULUM

SPECIALIST

THEORIES & FIELD EXPERIENCES THROUGH HARMONIZATION OF COMPETITION

INNOVATIVE
CURRICULUM

LEARNING BY DOING & THINKING

Curriculum of KINGS focuses on the realization of the "Learning by doing and thinking" system based on the basic philosophy of the curriculum development and KINGS HR model holding balanced practical capabilities that can be immediately applicable to the nuclear power industry.

Our curriculum provides master engineer(ME) and special research programs(TD doctor of technology) based on full day learning principle on kori nuclear power plant site that has 5 units in operation and another unites. With this circumstance, students will learn and experience the know-how of NPP design, construction, operation, maintenance and management.

Students will be provided envirronments for creative work:
Team-learning / Team-teaching system, The state of the art educational facilties.

EDUCATION
FACILTIES

CUTTING-EDGE EDUCATION FACILITIES FOR HANDS-ON CAMPUS

UBIQUITOUS CAMPUS

Students can study everywhere, anytime without limit of place & time

3D CATS(3 DIMENSIONAL COMPUTER ASSISTED TRAINING SYSTEM)

Virtual reality NPP circumstances providing NPP experience width CG.

NPA(NUCLEAR PLANT ANALYZER)

A simulator that students can try designing NPP by changing conditions and see outputs.