Hideki Kamide was elected Chair of the GIF Policy Group for the period 2019-2021, succeeding Francois Gauché in this role. He was previously Vice Chair of the Policy Group. He is the Deputy Director General of the Sector for Fast Reactor and Advanced Reactor Research and Development at the Japan Atomic Energy Agency.
Sal Golub serves as Vice Chair of the GIF Policy Group on regulatory issues. He is the Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Technology Research and Development at the U.S. Department of Energy. Prior to joining the DOE in 1991, he served in numerous leadership positions within the commercial nuclear power industry.
Won Seok Park serves as Vice Chair of the GIF Policy Group, supporting the Chair in particular in the area of research infrastructures. He is the Director of the Sodium Fast Reactor Development Agency at KAERI, previously serving as the Director of R&D Coordination and Business Development at KAERI.
Nobuchika Kawasaki became the GIF Policy Director on 1 January 2019, succeeding François Storrer. He is the Assistant Principle Researcher for Foreign Affairs at the Japan Atomic Energy Agency. He has strong experience in fast reactor technology and is very knowledgeable on GIF activities after having served on the OECD/NEA Technical Secretariat Team between July 2016 and July 2018.
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