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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX B: PARTICIPANTS LIST." National Academy of Sciences. 2009. Future of the Nuclear Security Environment in 2015: Proceedings of a Russian-U.S. Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12590.
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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX B: PARTICIPANTS LIST." National Academy of Sciences. 2009. Future of the Nuclear Security Environment in 2015: Proceedings of a Russian-U.S. Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/12590.
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APPENDIX B The Future of the Nuclear Security Environment in 2015 An International Workshop Sponsored by the U.S. National Academies (NAS) and the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) November 12–13, 2007 Hall L/M Austria Center Vienna, Austria PARTICIPANTS LIST Sergey Victorovich Antipov Ambassador Linton F. Brooks Head of Laboratory Independent Consultant Nuclear Safety Institute Russian Academy of Sciences Vlyacheslav Mikhailovich Apanasenko Cristina Hansell Former Chief of the Russian Navy Missiles and Director, Newly Independent States, Non- Artillery proliferation Program James Martin Center for Non-proliferation Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies Evgeny Nikolaevich Avrorin Mona Dreicer Scientific Manager Deputy, P-Division Leader All-Russian Research and Development Institute Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory of Theoretical Physics (VNIITF) Philipp Bleek Christopher Eldridge Visiting Fellow Division of Safeguards Information Technology International Security Program Department of Safeguards Center for Strategic and International Studies International Atomic Energy Agency Sergey Bocharov Dori Ellis Executive Secretary Director Global Security Programs Contact Expert Group Sandia National Laboratories International Atomic Energy Agency 265

James Fuller Sergei Novikov Affiliate Professor First Secretary Henry M. Jackson School of International Russian Permanent Mission to the International Studies Organizations in Vienna University of Washington, Seattle Ira Goldman Eric Novotny Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Materials Section Senior Vice President Division of Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Waste U.S. Civilian Research & Development Technology Foundation Department of Nuclear Energy International Atomic Energy Agency Rose Gottemoeller Viktor Vladimirovich Orlov Director Research and Development Institute of Power Carnegie Moscow Center Engineering Rita S. Guenther Alexander Alexeivich Pikaev Senior Program Associate Head of the Department of International and Committee on International Security and Arms Inter-regional Conflicts Control, The National Academies Center for International Security Anne M. Harrington Tatiana Stanislavovna Povetnikova Director Program Coordinator Committee on International Security and Arms Nuclear Safety Institute Control, The National Academies Russian Academy of Sciences Lisa G. Hilliard Tariq Rauf Foreign Affairs Specialist Head of Verification and Security Policy Co- U.S. Mission in Vienna ordination, Office of External Relations and Policy Co-ordination International Atomic Energy Agency Andrey Karasev Sergey Vasilevich Ruchkin Counsellor Rosatom/Tenex Representative at the Russian Permanent Mission to the International World Nuclear Association in London Organizations in Vienna Viktor Stephanovich Koltunov Lev Dmitrovich Ryabev Senior Professor Senior Advisor Institute of Strategic Stability, Rosatom Rosatom Michael Kristo Vice Admiral Ashot Arakelovich Sarkisov Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Departmental Director Nuclear Safety Institute Admiral Richard Mies Ambassador Greg Schulte Independent Consultant U.S. Mission in Vienna Cherry Murray Yuri Konstantinovich Shiyan Deputy Director for Science and Technology International Affairs Department Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Russian Academy of Sciences Victor S. Slipchenko Pavel Semenovich Zolotarev United Nations Security Council Deputy Director 1540 Committee Expert Institute of USA and Canada, RAS Joel Wit Senior Research Fellow Weatherhead Institute for East Asian Studies Columbia University 266

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The U.S. National Academies (NAS) and the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), building on a foundation of years of interacademy cooperation, conducted a joint project to identify U.S. and Russian views on what the international nuclear security environment will be in 2015, what challenges may arise from that environment, and what options the U.S. and Russia have in partnering to address those challenges.

The project's discussions were developed and expanded upon during a two-day public workshop held at the International Atomic Energy Agency in November 2007. A key aspect of that partnership may be cooperation in third countries where both the U.S. and Russia can draw on their experiences over the last decade of non-proliferation cooperation. More broadly, the following issues analyzed over the course of this RAS-NAS project included: safety and security culture, materials protection, control and accounting (MPC&A) best practices, sustainability, nuclear forensics, public-private partnerships, and the expansion of nuclear energy.

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