UT Department of Nuclear Engineering demonstrated its leadership at ISOFIC 2017 with three faculty engaged in information sharing and collaboration.
This year’s International Symposium on Future I&C for Nuclear Power Plants was held on November 26-30, 2017 at Hwabaek International Convention Center (HICO) in Gyeongju, Korea. The ISOFIC 2017 promotes academic and practical information exchanges mainly on the topics of innovative Instrumentation and Control (I&C), and human system interface technologies.
NE Department Head Wes Hines was invited to be the opening plenary speaker and session chair for Methods of Sensing, Processing, and Communication. Assistant Professor Jamie Coble attended as the Symposium Technical Program Committee Co-Chair, session chair for Modernization of I&C and Control Room, and presenter. Professor Richard Wood, a member of the ISOFIC international advisory board, attended as a session chair for Testing and Maintenance and as a presenter as well.