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Business classification

Nuclear Energy and Safety

Environmentally Friendly Energy for New Generations
Providing Abundant Energy while Protecting our Environment is a Meaningful Challenge for Our Children!
The NRF contributes to the development of core nuclear energy technology for several reasons; to provide safe nuclear energy; and to develop new applied nuclear technology utilizing radiology to contribute to the improvement of the public′s welfare.
Technology
Nuclear Energy Development Program

Intended to advance nuclear energy and secure core technology by developing future-based core technology in order to safely provide energy, solve climate change, and improve national welfare

Funded Fields : Future nuclear reactor system, nuclear fuel cycle, Koreas Original Nuclear Technology (KonFI)

Funded Period : 5 years (3+2 years)

Eligibility : Universities, research institutes, companies

Budget : Total KRW 142 billion

Funding Details :

Design technology for 4th-generation nuclear energy systems (SFR and VHTR)

Development for Pyro processing for the recycling of used nuclear fuel

Nuclear Energy Research Infrastructure Program

Supports the establishment of facilities and equipment for nuclear R&D and its joint utilization, as well as systematically fostering core human resources in the field of nuclear energy

Funded Fields : Establishment and operation of research facilities and equipment, joint utilization of research facilities, core basic research for nuclear energy, and the education of researchers

Funded Period : 1 ~ 5 years

Eligibility : Universities, research institutes, companies

Budget : Total KRW 21.6 billion

Funding Details :

Expansion of facilities and equipment for R&D which are necessary for performing nuclear energy R&D, and joint utilization of large-scale nuclear energy research facilities

Basic research in the field of nuclear core technology and human resource training

Radiation Technology Development Program

Designed to secure the public safety by gaining a foothold in creating value added technology, promoting health, and developing advanced non-destructive testing and nuclear activity detection technology using radiation technology

Funded Fields : Radiation fusion, medical technology and advanced non-destructive testing technology, Prediction/Detection/Reduction Technology of Radioactive Contamination and related fields

Funded Period : 2~5 years (3+2 years)

Eligibility : Universities, research institutes, companies

Budget : Total KRW 42.4 billion (per year)

Funding Details :

Development of radiation fusion and medical technologies which use radiation and radioactive isotopes

Development of advanced non-destructive testing technology which maximizes the safety of industrial and public facilities

Radiological Research Infrastructure Support Program

Designed to contribute to the facilitation of national research into the utilization of radiation by constructing facilities for performance evaluation and conducting experiments on radiation generation, as well as related equipment

Funded Fields : Construction of facilities and equipment for radiological devices

Funded Period : 5 years (3+2 years)

Eligibility : Universities, research institutes, companies

Budget : Total KRW 4.8 billion (per year)

Funding Details :

Construction of a 3,300m2 laboratory for research into radiological devices

Construction of equipment to process, assemble, and test the parts of radiological devices

International Cooperation Program for Nuclear Energy

Aimed at increasing international prestige by expanding nuclear energy technology overseas and participating in international activities

Funded Fields : Establishment of a future nuclear cooperation system, advancement of Korea-US nuclear cooperation

Funded Period : 5 years

Eligibility : Universities, research institutes, companies

Budget : Total KRW 6.5 billion

Funding Details :

Participating in joint research with advanced countries to secure future nuclear technology

Organizing and operating a system to revise the agreement on Korea-US nuclear cooperation

Reinforcing multilateral nuclear cooperation with international organizations and conducting bilateral joint projects

Supporting overseas expansion of nuclear technology to foreign countries and funding systems for international nuclear technology cooperation

Planning & Evaluation Program for Nuclear Energy R&D

Supports Planning and Evaluation for Nuclear R&D Programs

Funded Fields :Planning, management and evaluation of nuclear R&D programs

Nuclear energy R&D policies

Funded Period :1 years

Eligibility : Universities, research institutes, companies

Budget : Total KRW 3.8 billion

Funding Details :

Global nuclear technology trend analysis

Research on national nuclear R&D policies

National project to establish platform to develop the new concept therapy using radioisotope-applied technology (Korea Drug Development Platform using Radio-isotope

Intended to support the establishment of platform system for development of therapeutic radiopharmaceuticals and new drug candidates by radioisotope.

Funded Fields : Construction of facilities and equipment for develop the radiopharmaceuticals and new drug candidates by radio-isotope

Funded Period : 5 years

Eligibility : Universities, Research institutes

Budget : Total KRW 94.18 billion

Funding Details :

Construction of convergence translational research center

Introduction of equipment for convergence translational research center

Research of process technology for develop the therapeutic radiopharmaceuticals

Establishment of safety and efficacy verification system for radiopharmaceuticals and drug candidates

Collaboration-based research using radioisotope-applied technology

Korea Heavy Ion Medical Accelerator Project

Aimed at strengthening the competition of the national science and technology by securing original technology of the cutting edge radiological and medical sciences

Funded Fields : Construction of facilities and equipment for the heavy-ion treatment

Funded Period : 8 years (2010-2017)

Eligibility : Universities, research institutes

Budget : KRW 195 billion

Funding Details :

Conceptual and Technical design of the accelerator for heavy-ion therapy

Development and installation of 430MeV/u heavy-ion accelerator through domestic and international collaboration

Establishment of protocol and DB for clinical adaptation of heavy-ion therapeutic system