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Hot cell meeting in cold conditions

Managing a smile in difficult boundary conditions: the delegation from Korea with ITER Organization staff members. (Click to view larger version...)
Managing a smile in difficult boundary conditions: the delegation from Korea with ITER Organization staff members.
Last week, a delegation from the Korean Domestic Agency and senior experts from the Korean Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI) visited ITER in order to contribute to and to optimize the design of the ITER Hot Cell Facility.

"The unexpected snowfall made it difficult to meet appointments and some meetings had to be moved from Cadarache to the hotel lobby in Aix-en-Provence spontaneously," says Magali Benchikhoune, Section Leader for the Hot Cell Facility. "But we managed to make the best out of it. We identified several items for further study and prepared the agenda for 2009. The Korean team—safely back in Korea—now has enough data on hand to work on the design of the ITER Hot Cell. We also decided to have a monthly progress meeting."


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