Panel 1
Detection, Identification, Monitoring (CHEM)

Chairperson: Major Andrè Althoff, CDOSEP School

17:00    Introduction by the Chairperson

17:10    Revolutionizing the traditional way of chemical agent decontamination with chemical agent disclosure spray and next generation enzymatic decontamination
             Markus Erbeldinger, Ph.D., FLIR Systems, Inc., USA

17:30    Application of an IR standoff detector for estimating surface contamination
             Thomas Wolf, WIS, DEU

17:50    Rugged, Handheld Mass Spectrometry for Priority CWA and TIC Detection
             Dr. Mark L. Norman, 908 Devices, USA

18:10    Surveillance of Chemical Threats by Combining Active and Passive Standoff Detection Systems
             Frank Wilsenack, WIS, DEU

18:30    Discussion / Q&A

18:50    Continuation of the Main Programme


Panel 2
Detection, Identification, Monitoring - (FORENSICS)

Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Konstantin Karaghiosoff, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

17:00    Introduction by the Chairperson

17:10    CRBN Mixed Samples - Safe Handling and Preparation
             Bärbel Niederwöhrmeier, WIS, DEU

17:30    Hair External Contamination as a Tool for Detection of Individual Contamination after Vapour Exposure to Chemical Warfare Agents Simulants
            Marie Spiandore, Laboratoire de Chimie de l’Environnement, FRA

17:50    C-IED/CBRN Exploitation: Procedures for Sampling of Potentially Contaminated Forensic Samples
             Günter Povoden, BMLVS AT NBC Defence School, AUT

18:10    Experience of Medical Forensics in Poisoning Cases and Possible Relevance for CBW Investigative Mechanisms
             Dr. John Hart, SIPRI, SWE and Dr. Sadik Toprak, University of Zonguldak, TUR

18:30    Discussion / Q&A

18:50    Continuation of the Main Programme


Panel 3
Medical CBRN Countermeasures and Support

Chairperson: Colonel MD Dr. Matthias Port

17:00    Introduction by the Chairperson

17:10    Forensic Analysis of Protein Adducts in Plasma as Prove of Exposure to Nerve Agents and Sulphur Mustard: Capabilities of the German Medical Chemical Defence Program
             Prof Dr. rer. nat. Harald John, Bundeswehr Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology, DEU

17:30    Medical Management of CBRN Casualties from Role 1 to Role 2: a French Perspective
             Colonel MD Prof. Frederic Dorandeu, IRBA, FRA

17:50    A Novel Device for Preventing Acute Radiation Syndrome and Reducing Cumulative Marrow Dose
             Oren Milstein PhD, StemRad Ltd., ISR

18:10    Assessment of Radiation Induced Individual Health Injuries and Prognostic Clinical Evaluation using Integrative “Dosimetry” Strategies
             Colonel MD Dr. Matthias Port, Bundeswehr Institute for Radiobiology, DEU

18:30    Discussion / Q&A

18:50    Continuation of the Main Programme


Panel 4
Protection and Disinfection in Epidemics - Procedures and Equipment

Chairperson: LtCol MD Dr. Roman Wölfel

17:00    Introduction by the Chairperson

17:10    Protection and Disinfection in Mobile Laboratories - Lessons-learned during the Ebola Outbreak
            Kilian Stoecker, Bundeswehr Institute of Microbiology

17:30    GIS-Use Cases in Epidemic Situations
             Thomas Gersthofer, ESRI/Geosecure Informatik GmbH, DEU

17:50    The Challenge of Purifying Extremely CBRN-Contaminated Raw Waters – Water Purification System ‘WAA Dekon’ of the German Armed Forces
             Dipl.-Ing. Franz Weber, Kärcher FutureTech, DEU

18:10    Room and equipment decontamination using H202 vapour (HPV technology)
             N.N., Bundeswehr Hospital Hamburg, DEU

18:30    Discussion / Q&A

18:50    Continuation of the Main Programme


Panel 5
Evaluation/ Prognosis/ Consultation

Chairperson: LtCol Bernd Allert, BwCBRNDCmd

17:00    Introduction by the Chairperson

17:10    Space perspectives and possible tools in support of CBRN issues in local and global scale
             Prof. Amnon Ginati, ESA

17:30    The use of standards and Web Services for CBRN Information Management
             Eric Juel Ellinghaus, Bruhn NewTech, DEU

17:50    Situational Awareness fo CBRN with Sofware as a Service (SaaS)
             Andrea Schiel, ESG, DEU

18:10    Applied Knowledge Management in the JCBRN Defence COE – Organizational measures, Semantic Web Technologies and Visualization Tools for a constructive CBRN-KM
             Captain Dietmar Trees, JCBRN Defence COE, CZE

18:30    Discussion / Q&A

18:50    Continuation of the Main Programme

Panel 6
Integrated CBRN Detection Solutions

Chairperson: LtCol (res.) Henri Derschum, CDSEP School

17:00    Introduction by the Chairperson

17:10    Biological Reconnaissance within the Constraints of both - Analytical Requirements and Legal Limitations
            Dr. Hermann Dreyer, Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles, DEU

17:30    Approach to a Total CBRN Commitment
             Peter Wahlin, Saab, SWE

17:50    CBRN Detection Using UGV
             Dr. Andreas Ciossek, Cobham Mission Equipment - Unmanned Systems, DEU

18:10    CBRN Reconnaissance – a Dual Use Capability
             Alexander Müller, Bruker Daltonik GmbH, DEU

18:30    Discussion / Q&A

18:50    Continuation of the Main Programme

Panel 7
Public Industrial Cooperation - A View from Industry

Chairperson: Colonel (res.) Wolfgang Widders

17:00    Introduction by the Chairperson

17:10    Mobile, Compact and Reliable CBRN Decontamination Systems for Different Scenarios
             Dr. Patrick Marcus, Kärcher Futuretech GmbH, DEU

17:35    Protected Airmobile CBRN Defense
             Dipl. Ing. Rainer Lutz, Krauss-Maffei Wegmann GmbH&Co. KG, DEU

18:00    A Comprehensive Approach to Warning & Reporting for COI Incidents
             Holger Effertz, tms mbH, DEU

18:25    Discussion / Q&A

18:50    Continuation of the Main Programme