Mr. Sergey Katsenelenbogen is a Vice President for AdSTM’s Nuclear Operations since 2004. He has 35 years of experience in supporting the U.S. government agencies and US and foreign nuclear utilities. In the past 20 years, he managed projects on behalf of US NRC, DOE, DOD and the national laboratories. The projects are focused on regulatory capacity development, regulatory strengthening for safe use of radiation sources, reactor safety analysis, and spent fuel management.
Mr. Katsenelenbogen manages staff and oversees two programs in support of US NRC/OIP: International Regulatory Development Partnership (IRDP) and Radiation Sources Regulatory Partnership (RSRP) collectively operating in more than 35 countries and works with three regional regulatory networks including Forum of Nuclear Regulatory Bodies in Africa (FNRBA), Arab Atomic Energy Agency (AAEA) and Asian Nuclear Safety Network (ANSN) with the collective membership of over 60 countries. IRDP supports the development of the nuclear regulatory infrastructure in countries with emerging power reactor programs. RSRP is a regulatory strengthening program to establish regulatory oversight for safe and secure use of radiation sources. Mr. Katsenelenbogen manages support for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). For the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Mr. Katsenelenbogen managed licensing consulting project for the State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate of Ukraine for the Chernobyl Shelter Improvement Program. For US DOE/DOD he managed the Core Conversion Program for three Russian plutonium production reactors on behalf of Scientech, Inc. In prior years at Scientech, Inc., NUS and Scandpower Inc., Mr. Katsenelenbogen performed safety analysis and fuel cycle calculations for US power reactors.