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2008 Homeland Security Science & Technology Stakeholders Conference

"
Partnering for a Safer Nation"

2 – 5 June 2008

Washington, DC

 

 

 

Monday June 2, 2008

 

 

Training Session 3

 

A Bioforensics Case Study: ConOps in Action by Mr. Peter T. Pesenti, Ph.D.

 

Training Session 4

 

Project CHLOE by Mr. Kerry D. Wilson

 

Counter-MANPADS Programs by Mr. Herman Rediess, Ph.D.

 

Emerging Counter-MANPADS Technology (ECMT) by Mr. Don Roberts

 

Training Session 5

 

Modeling and Simulation (M&S) Guidelines by Dr. Charles Hutchings

 

Training Session 9

 

WMD Terrorism Risk Assessment in DHS Science & Technology by Mr. Steve Bennett, Ph.D.

 

Training Session 10

 

Checkpoint Explosives Detection by  Mr. Eric Neiderman

 

Training Session 13

 

S&T Business Opportunities by Mr. David Winters

 

Training Session 14

 

Speaking the Language of Government: How Professional PR and Marketing Can Help You Connect with the Public Sector by Ms. Dawn Onley

 

Training Session 15

 

An Introduction to Specific Tools for Communications Interoperability Improvement by Mr. Luke Klein-Berndt and Mr. Michael Skena

 

Training Session 16

 

Aircraft Blast Mitigation by Mr. Herman Rediess, Ph.D.

 

Homemade Explosives (HME) Program Overview by Mr. Doug Bauer, PhD

 

Training Session 19

 

Intellectual Property Considerations by Mr. Robert M. Webb

 

Training Session 21

 

Human Factors Division:  Social-Behavioral Threat Analysis by Ms. Allison Smith, Ph.D.,

Ms. Jennifer O’Connor Ph.D., Mr. Larry Willis, Mr. Robert Burns, and Mr. W. Michael Dunaway

 

Training Session 22

 

Response & Defeat Programs by Mr. Everett A. Johnson

 

Person & Vehicle Born IED Detection Programs by Mr. Michael Shepard

 

Training Session 25

 

Homeland Security Overview by  Mr. James Plehal

 

Training Session 27

 

Partnering for a Safer Nation by Mr. Kevin “Spanky” Kirsch

 

Training Session 30

 

Collaboration with Emergency Management  “History & Future Perspectives for CD, EM & IAEM”

by Ms. Kathleen G. Henning, MA, CEM

 

Training Session 31

 

Opportunities for the Private Sector by Thomas A. Cellucci, Ph.D.

 

Training Session 33

 

S&T Stakeholders Conference- EAST  by Mr. Thomas Coty,  Ms. Janae Lockett-Reynolds, and Ms. Ji Sun Lee,

 

Training Session 34

 

Explosives Division Basic Research Program by  Mr. Dr. Douglas Bauer

 

Training Session 37

 

Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program Tutorial by Mr. Vincent Schaper and Ms. Elissa Sobolewski

 

Training Session 38

 

New Media, Small Businesses & the Government Sector by Mr. Christopher Battle

 

Training Session 39

 

Infrastructure and Geophysical Division Overview by Ms. Mary Ellen Hynes

 

Emergency Responder Technology

 

Infrastructure and Geophysical Division Overviewby Ms. Mary Ellen Hynes, Ph.D. and Mr. Jalal Mapar

 

KCI Ammonium Nitrate and CARRI by Mr. Mike Matthews

 

Training Session 40

 

S&T’s Counter-IED Program by Ms. Ruth Doherty, Ms. Allison Smith, Mr. Joe Foster, and Mr. John Fortune

 

Training Session 41

 

Protecting Recovered Items  from a Disaster Site - using clean packaging technology

 

Training Session 43

 

Introduction to SECURE Program by Mr. Thomas A. Cellucci, Ph.D.

 

Opportunities for the Private Sector by Mr. Thomas A. Cellucci, Ph.D.

 

Training Session 44

 

American Security Challenge by Mr. Roger London

 

Training Session 45

 

Border Security: Representative Technology Needs

 

Training Session 46                                                                                                               

 

2008 Homeland Security S&T Stakeholders Conference East “Partnering for a Safer Nation” by Mr. Mark Rider

 

Training Session 48

 

Securing the 2012 Olympics a Milestone in the UK Policing Improvement Programme by Mr. Michael Hallowes

 

Training Session 50

 

Innovation in Tech Transfer

 

Training Session 51

 

NEVAC R&D – GeoVisual Analytics by Mr. Alan M. MacEachren

 

Training Session 52

 

Standoff Defeat Technology for Domestic VBIED Threats 

 

Training Session 53

 

T&E and Standards for First Responder Equipment by Mr. Philip Mattson

 

Training Session 55

 

Opportunities for the Private Sector by Mr. Thomas A. Cellucci, Ph.D.

 

Training Session 56

 

2008 Homeland Security S&T Stakeholders Conference East “Partnering for a Safer Nation” by Mr. Mark Rider

 

Training Session 59

 

EML Support to First Responders by Ms. Alice Hong

 

Conceptual Modeling for Critical Infrastructure, by John Sokolowski , Virginia Modeling Analysis and Simulation Center, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA

 

FBI Laboratory

Chemical Biological Sciences Unit

Investigative Response: FBI Hazardous Materials Response Unit

 

 

Tuesday June 3, 2008

 

Opening Remarks

The Honorable Jay M. Cohen, Under Secretary, Science and Technology, DHS

 

S&T Partners: First Responders

 

National Policing  Improvement Agency - Meeting the challenges of 21st century crime and criminality by

Mr. Michael Hallowes

 

Interoperability: Radio communications  by National Policing Improvement Agency

 

S&T Partners: International Partners

 

National Security Science & Technology by Dr Richard Davis

 

Science and Technology in Security and Disaster  Management in the Republic of Korea by Ms. Yongkyun Kim

 

S&T Partners: Centers of Excellence

 

DHS University Programs:  S&T Partners by Dr. Matt Clark

 

The Visual Analytics Complex: A Collaboration Among National Laboratories, Universities, and Industry

by Mr. Joseph  Kielman

 

Visualization and Analytics Centers by Dr. Richard May

 

S&T Partners: Federal Agencies

 

NASA Dryden Flight Research Center by Mr. Robert E. Curry

 

DHS S&T Capstone Integrated Product Teams by  B.G. Stephen J. Hines

 

NORAD-USNORTHCOM:  One of the Stake Holders by Mr. Bear McConnell

 

Overview of the DoD-DHS Capability Development Working Group (CDWG) by Mr. Thomas Troyano

 

S&T Partners: Meeting the Nation’s Transportation Challenges

 

Meeting the Nation’s Transportation Challenges by Mr. Jim Tuttle

 

Transportation Challenges by  Mr. Chris Doyle

 

 

Wednesday June 4, 2008

 

 

The Key Thrust Areas for the DHS Science & Technology Directorate

 

2008 S&T Stakeholders Conference East by  The Honorable Jay M. Cohen, Under Secretary, Science and Technology, DHS

 

S&T Thrust Area: Bombs

 

S&T Thrust Area Bombs by Mr. Jim Tuttle

 

S&T Thrust Area: Bugs

 

Infrastructure Analysis and Strategy Division (IASD) by Ms. Leslie Sibick

 

DHS Office of Health Affairs Chem/Bio Capability Gap Development by Ms. Diane Berry, Ph.D.

 

S&T Thrust Area – BUGS by Elizabeth George, Ph.D.

 

S&T Thrust Area: Borders

 

Borders Thrust Area by CAPT Dave Newton

 

S&T Thrust Area: Business

 

The Future of the Science and Technology Directorate by Mr. Chris Essid

 

The Command, Control and Interoperability Division Addressing Customer Requirements through the Multi-Band Radio Project by Dr. David Boyd

 

S&T Thrust Area: Bodies

 

Human Factors Division Research s Transition s Innovation by  Dr. Sharla Rausch

 

S&T Thrust Area: Buildings

 

 “Buildings” by Mr. Chris Doyle

 

Risk-Informed Requirements Process by Col. Merrick Krause, USAF (Ret.)

 

FEMA Mitigation Directorate Overview by  Mr. Michael Buckley

 

 

Business Track

Discussion of the Future of DHS S&T

 

The Command, Control and Interoperability Division Addressing Customer Requirements through the Multi-Band Radio Project by Mr. Tom Chirhart

 

Bodies Track

Discussion of the Future of DHS S&T

 

Human Factors Division Goals

 

Human Factors S&T Focus Areas

 

Capability Gaps (by Priority)

 

 

Bugs Track

Discussion of the Future of DHS S&T

 

S&T Thrust Area - BUGS by Mr. Doug Drabkowski

 

Risk Assessment and the Material Threat Determination Process  by Ms. Sandy Landsberg

 

Biological Activities & Accomplishments – Gen3 by Mr. Edward Rhyne

 

Agriculture Security by Mr. Larry Barrett, DVM, MS

 

Biological Response and Restoration by Mr. Lance Brooks

 

S&T Thrust Area – BUGS by Mr. Doug Drabkowski

 

 

Industry Roundtable

 

OIC Industry Roundtable Report by Mr. Luke Klein-Berndt

 

Future of DHS S&T

 

S&T Thrust Area Bombs by Mr. Jim Tuttle

OBP Mission and Counter-IED Science and Technology by Mr. Charlie Payne

 

Chemical Activities & Accomplishments

 

Chemical Detection Program by Donald A. Bansleben, Ph.D.

 

Chemical Response and Recovery Program by Donald A. Bansleben, Ph.D.

 

Chem-Bio Division (4:15 – 5:00 pm Session)    Chemical Activities and Accomplishments Your Input and Recommendations by Mr. Doug Drabkowski

 

Chemical Security Analysis Center by  George R. Famini, PhD

 

 

Borders Track

Discussion of the Future of DHS S&T

 

Border Security: Representative Technology Needs

 

Thursday June 5, 2008

 

The Way Ahead: Bombs

 

S&T Thrust Area Bombs by The Way Ahead by Mr. Jim Tuttle

 

 

The Way Ahead: Bugs

 

What  Needs Attention/ The Way Forward:  Bugs (Chemical, Biological, Agriculture Security)

by Mr. Doug Drabkowski

 

The Way Ahead: Borders

 

Borders Thrust Area by CAPT Dave Newton

 

Borders – The Way Ahead by CAPT Dave Newton

 

The Way Ahead: Business

 

The Way Ahead by Dr. David Boyd

 

 

The Way Ahead: Bodies

 

The Way Ahead: Bodies by Dr. Sharla Rausch

 

 

The Way Ahead: Buildings

 

The Way Ahead: Buildings” by Mr. Chris Doyle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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