2nd KISHEM


10 KEYNOTES
Synthesis of aza[3.3.3]propellanes for energetic materials
Moonyong Shin, Myeong Hak Kim, Tae Hwan Ha, Hye Ryung Lee, Young Gyu Kim, Kyoo-Hyun Chung*, and Jin Seuk Kim**
Seoul National University and Inha University, Korea.

Development of new energetic materials for different applications
Patrick Goede and Henric Ostmark
FOI, Swedish Defence Research Agency, Sweden.

Molar Mass degradation of nitrocellulose and PVN and the modelling by random chain scission models
Manfred A. Bohn
Fraunhofer-Institut fuer Chemische Technologie (ICT), Germany. 

Energetics technology - The future?
Adam S Cumming
Dstl/Fort Halstead, UK

Investigation of ROKN ship cheonan sinking
HyungWon Kim
Agency for Defense Development, Korea

Shock sensitivity of solid explosives
Mitsuo Koshi
The University of Tokyo, Japan.

Evaluation of dynamic hardening models for metallic mateirals at wide range of strain rates
Hoon Huh, Kwanghyun Ahn, Hyung Won Kim*, Lee Ju Park*, and Ji Ho Lim**
KAIST and Agency for Defense Development, Korea.

A recent progress in simulating explosively driven metal pipes and sensitivity test for energetic materials
Jai-ick Yoh, Kihong Kim, Min-cheol Gwak, Jinwook Lee, and Bohoon Kim
Seoul National University, Korea

Kinetic thermo mechanisms of ceramic formation from detonation of metal/nitrated compositions
Bruno Tavares, Ricardo Mendes, Jose Campos, Pedro M.S. Santos*, Belmiro P.M. Duarte*, Nuno M.C. Oliveira*, Ana L. Lagoa**, Elsa Antunes**, Silvio Silva**, Joao Calado**
University of Coimbra, Portugal.

Service life determination of munition during expeditionary missions
Wim de Klerk
TNO Defence, Safety and Security, The Netherlands. 
Number of papers: 32 oral papers (7 from Korea, 25 from foreign countries)
40 poster papers (33 from Korea, 7 from foreign countries)