Strategic Communications will bring together the best expert speakers to discuss, debate and present the latest issues and updates in Europe's nuclear power scene.

Lady Barbara Judge, CBE
Chairman Emeritus, UK Atomic Energy Authority
Chairman, The Energy Institute of UCL
Deputy Chairman of the TEPCO Nuclear Reform Monitoring Committee

Lady Barbara Judge, a trained commercial lawyer with both British and American citizenship, has an unusually broad and successful international career as a senior executive, chairman and non-executive director in both the private and public sectors.

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She received a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and Juris Doctor with honors from New York University Law School and was a partner in a major US law firm specializing in corporate and financial transactions.

In 1980 Lady Judge was appointed by the President as the youngest-ever Commissioner of the US Securities and Exchange Commission and initiated regulatory reforms to open the US capital markets.

She moved to Hong Kong in 1983 as the first woman main board executive director of a London merchant bank, Samuel Montagu & Co and News International.

She is currently the first woman National Chairman of the UK Institute of Directors. She is also a member of the UAE Advisory Board for the Development of Peaceful Nuclear Energy and the International Advisory Group (IAG) for Jordan's Nuclear Energy programme, as well as the Strategic Advisory Council of Statoil ASA.

In addition, she is a UK Business Ambassador and Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE).

In 2002 she was appointed as a director of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority and became its Chairman in 2004 and was reappointed in 2007. After completing two terms she was appointed Deputy Chairman of the Tepco Nuclear Reform Committee and Chairman of it Nuclear Safety Task Force.

In 2010 she was awarded Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the Queen's Birthday Honors for services to the nuclear and financial services industries. In 2015 she was awarded the Times Non-Executive Director of the Year for a Public Sector Organisation for her achievements as Chairman of the UK Pension Protection Fund.
masaaki   Naomi Hirose

Career Summary
Apr., 1976 Joined Tokyo Electric Power Company
Jul., 1992 Manager, Corporate Planning Department

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Jul., 1994 Sales & Planning Manager, Marketing & Customer Relations Department
Jul., 1997 GM, Funabashi Service Center
Jul., 2000 Marketing Group Manager, Marketing & Customer Relations Department
Jul., 2001 Deputy GM, Marketing & Customer Relations Dept
Jul., 2002 Deputy GM, Tokyo Branch Office
Jun., 2003 GM, Marketing & Customer Relations Department
Jun., 2006 Executive Officer, GM, Marketing & Customer Relations Department
Jun., 2007 Executive Officer, Deputy General Manager, Marketing & Sales Division
Jun., 2008 Executive Officer, GM, Kanagawa Branch Office
Jun., 2010 Managing Director
Mar., 2011 Managing Director
  Deputy General Manager, Fukushima Nuclear Influence Response Division
Jun., 2012 President and CEO
Jun., 2017 Executive Vice Chairman (Fukushima Affairs)
March, 1976 B.A., Hitotsubashi University, Faculty of Sociology
May, 1983 M.B.A., Yale University, School of Management
masaaki   Takao Kurihara
General Manager, Global Nuclear Business Development and Management Center
Nuclear Energy Business Unit, Hitachi, Ltd. [Japan]
Hitachi Visaginas Project Investment UAB [Lithuania]

He joined Hitachi. Ltd, in 1982 and has been engaging in nuclear energy business development for over 30 years.

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After successful completion of the first project of world-wide ABWR (Advance Boiling Water Reactor) Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Unit No. 6 and 7 where he was leading cost engineering management, he has been dedicating himself to global nuclear energy business development. He was involved in Lungmen ABWR project in Taiwan, Exelon’s Victoria County ABWR project in Texas/US, Visaginas ABWR project in Lithuanian and recently Horizon ABWR project in the UK. Since 2008 he was also stationed at Hitachi Power Systems America, Ltd. in New Jersey/US for 4 years and was in charge of the Americas new nuclear energy development in Mexico, Brazil and Canada as well.

He obtained Bachelor and Master Degrees of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) in 1980 and 1982, respectively.
keisuke Dr Salah Ud-Din Khan
Assistant Professor
Sustainable Energy Technologies Center, College of Engineering
King Saud University

Dr. Khan is working in the capacity of Assistant Professor (Nuclear Energy group, SET Center), King Saud University, Saudi Arabia.

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He gains higher achievements in the field of nuclear reactor safety while conducting handsome amount work on NK/TH coupling and in reactor core design. His work contained in designing and simulation of reactor technology is well proven and published in highly reputed journals. He modified nuclear codes to be employed in nuclear reactor analysis. His area of research is broadening to radiological protection, nuclear forensics, development of nondestructive facility, probabilistic safety assessment, radiation shielding materials, computational techniques for synthesizes and development of materials. He owned projects on small modular nuclear reactors, material development and on desalination systems. He is in the editorial board of American Association for Science and Technology (AASCT), USA and acts as guest editor in some journals as well. His tenure of experience ranges from Lecturer, Senior Researcher, Assistant Professor, and Visiting Scientist/Professor in reputed institutes and in universities. He has published around 100 international research articles with accumulative impact factor of 110. He authored three books on nuclear technology and some book chapters as well. He delivered number of talks on international scientific platform and has been honored of being as guest/invited speaker.
masaaki   Tim Yeo
New Nuclear Watch Europe & the University of Sheffield Industrial Advisory Board for the Energy 2050 Initiative

Tim Yeo is a former Conservative MP for South Suffolk and now chairs New Nuclear Watch Europe and the University of Sheffield Industrial Advisory Board for the Energy 2050 initiative.

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He is also a Board member of Eurotunnel and Chairman of AFC Energy. As an MP he was a former Shadow Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, Chair of the House of Commons Environmental Audit Select Committee from 2005-2010 and then Chair of the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee from 2010-2015.

Tim founded NNWE at the end of 2014 to help ensure nuclear power is recognised as an important and desirable way for European governments to provide affordable, secure, low carbon energy and help to meet the long-term energy needs of their citizens. He is also a considerable champion of renewable power believing that nuclear and renewables are an effective energy mix. Tim regularly speaks at energy events and last year attended COP in Paris last year. He is also active in the media and blogs regularly on nuclear issues at www.newnuclearwatch.eu.
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