Although given the CoViDÔÇÉ19 pandemic situation, the committee has been decided to hold the meeting as planned.
Depending on the subsequent situation, the conference may be held by online as one acceptable option. The committee will inform the attendees of the updated decision without delay.
We continue to monitor the situation, keeping flexible to consider adequate options to confront the new situation that may arise.
See you in Kyoto !

What's New

• May 27, 2020: Conference Announcement and Call for Papers (Revised)  NEW! 
• Feb. 12, 2020: ASRAM2020 Web page is opened.

Call for Papers

Conference Announcement and Call for Papers (PDF, 1.07MB) Revised: May 27. NEW! 

Scope of the conference

Growth in Asian region is prominent among the world. Accordingly, it requires sufficient and stable energy supply to support the remarkable growth in the region. Nuclear energy has potential capabilities as a sustainable and abundant energy source. At the same time, the nuclear energy system needs to be safe enough to be accepted by public. Risk assessment and management is a key area for every stakeholder of civilian use of nuclear energy including researches, practitioners, regulators and general public.

In October 2016, Asian community of Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) held a half a day meeting on promoting the collaboration on risk assessment and management after the PSAM-13 in Seoul, South Korea. We have reached to agreement to establish a forum, named the Asian Symposium on Risk Assessment and Management (ASRAM). It was the first Asian symposium on PRA and risk management to provide opportunity to exchange information, present research results, review the state of the industry, discuss future directions, and foster friendship.

After that, ASRAM2017, ASRAM2018 and ASRAM2019 have been successfully held in Japan, China and Korea, respectively.

In November 2020, the Atomic Energy Society of Japan (AESJ) is honored to organize the ASRAM 2020 in Kyoto, Japan, with the Korean Nuclear Society and the Chinese Nuclear Society. We are sure that ASRAM 2020 would be the best place where every stakeholder of civilian use of nuclear energy including researchers, practitioners, regulators and general public gets together and discusses ideas.



Honorary Chair
Shunsuke KONDOPresident of NUMO
Chang Kue ParkSafety & Security International Cooperation
Conference General Committee
Akira YAMAGUCHI University of Tokyo
Joon-Eon YANGKorea Atomic Energy Research Institute
Jiejuan TongTsinghua University
Local Organizing Committee
Yoshiyuki NARUMIYAJapan Nuclear Safety Institute
Technical Program Committee
Akio YAMAMOTONagoya University