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Siegfried S. Hecker, PhD

Professor (Research), Management Science and Engineering; FSI and CISAC Senior Fellow

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February 21st, 2014

Hecker and Davis in Bulletin: SKorea has model nuclear energy program

CISAC, FSI Stanford in the news: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists on February 19, 2014

Siegfried Hecker and his research assistant, Peter E. Davis, write in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists that South Korea's nuclear energy program has become model that countries aspiring to obtain nuclear energy should emulate. Read more »



December 5th, 2013

South Korea has made huge strides by focusing on middle of fuel cycle

CISAC, FSI Stanford News

A team of CISAC researchers, led by Senior Fellow Siegfried Hecker, advises South Korea on how to keep its nuclear energy program robust and safe. Read more »



November 26th, 2013

Stanford scholars consider historic nuclear deal with Tehran

CISAC, FSI Stanford Q&A

Three experts consider the technical and political consequences of the historic agreement reached with Iran to temporarily halt its nuclear weapons program. Read more »



November 25th, 2013

CISAC, Russian nuclear institute launch joint website

Announcement

CISAC and the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute have launched a website to chronicle more than 20 years of nuclear collaboration between the Russian Federation and the United States. Read more »



October 17th, 2013

Siegfried Hecker: North Korea is moving ahead on all nuclear fronts

CISAC, FSI Stanford in the news: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists on October 17, 2013

CISAC's Siegfried Hecker, a senior fellow at CISAC, writes in this commentary for the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists that North Korea's decision to restart its 5-megawatt plutonium reactor indicates "Pyongyang is moving ahead on all nuclear fronts." Read more »




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Scientist: North Korea likely has more nuclear facilities
Prof. Siegfried Hecker of Stanford University told CNN his conclusion is based on his study of recent satellite images and other research, and what he saw when he was invited by North Korea to visit its Yongbyon nuclear power plant in 2010 to see its secret uranium enrichment program.
March 22, 2012 in CNN International

US expert: N.Korea shouldn`t be allowed to test missiles
A leading American nuclear weapons expert said Wednesday that North Korea should no longer be allowed to launch missiles, conduct additional nuclear tests, or develop centrifuges.
March 21, 2012 in The Dong-A Ilbo

Hecker: More Certain NK Has More Uranium
The American scientist to whom North Korea decided in 2010 to reveal its uranium enrichment program, Siegfried Hecker, says he's become more persuaded since that time that he didn't see all of it.
March 21, 2012 in Wall Street Journal (blog)

North Korea suspends nuclear testing
Sig Hecker, a metallurgist at Stanford University in California, saw 2000 centrifuges during an informal visit he made to the site in 2010, but international inspectors have never officially had access to the facility. This isn't the first time that ...
February 29, 2012 in Nature.com

North Korea's new nuclear plant a safety worry: expert
Siegfried Hecker, who has visited the North's main Yongbyon nuclear facility four times since 2004 and was the last foreign expert to visit the site in late 2010, said he was very concerned the reactor could be technically flawed.
January 26, 2012 in Chicago Tribune

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