Dr. Man-Sung Yim is a Donald E. Bentley and Agnes Muszynska Professor in the Department of Nuclear and Quantum Engineering at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), where he has taught courses on nuclear risk management, nuclear energy policy, nuclear waste management, and radiation biology since 2011. Formerly a Fulbright grantee, he worked at Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute and served on the Nuclear Engineering faculty at North Carolina State University (NCSU) and MIT. He was also a joint faculty between Oak Ridge National Lab (Global Nuclear Security Technology Division) and NCSU, a Sam Nunn International Security Fellow at Georgia Tech. Upon return to South Korea in 2011, Prof. Yim founded NEREC (Nuclear Nonproliferation Education and Research Center) at KAIST to train future global leaders in nuclear nonproliferation. He is currently a member of the Scientific Program Committee of Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO), Council of Advisors on Nuclear Education, Science, Technology and Policy of OECD/NEA, Science and Technology Diplomacy Advisory Committee of ROK Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Radioactive Waste Management Advisory Committee of Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, and Korean National Academy of Engineering. He is Associate Editor (Asia) of Nuclear Technology for American Nuclear Society, a member of Editorial Advisory Board of Progress in Nuclear Energy and International Journal of Nuclear Security and an editor at the Journal for Peace and Nuclear Disarmament. Dr. Yim’s work aims at safe and responsible use of nuclear technology. He is author of “Nuclear Waste Management: Science, Technology, and Policy” (textbook, Springer Nature), “Energy Behind: Power that moves the world” (MID Publisher, in Korean (co-author)), and "Ecological Risk" (Publishing House of the University of St. Petersburg, in Russian (co-author)). Dr. Yim is a graduate of Seoul National University (Nuclear Engineering, BS/MS), University of Cincinnati (Nuclear Engineering, PhD), and Harvard University (Environmental Health Science, SM/ScD).