Panel Session A1: Social Resillience

 

17:00 Introduction by the Panel Chairman

17:10 Network Enabled CBRNE Resilience 

Martin NeujahrBruker Detection

17:30 The Multi-Laboratory International Collaboration Environment: Connecting Stakeholders Globally for Knowledge and Data Sharing

Dr. Krista M Versteeg, Research and Development Partnerships- NBAF, Science & Technology Directorate, Department of Homeland Security, USA

17:50 Protection of Population in Case of Spreading a Toxic Substance in Public Buildings

LTC Dr. Ladislava Navratilova, Population Protection Institute, Czech Republic

18:10 Psychology after CBRN Attacks

Özcan Erdogan, Bezmialem Vakif University Department of Disaster Management, Istanbul, Turkey

18:30 International and Supranational Collaboration Countermeasures

Ali Rached, INTERPOL

18:50 Discussion

 

Panel Session A2: Prevention and Countermeasures

 

17:00 Introduction by the Chairman: Dr. Jan Kämpen, Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance

17:10 Investing in Public Health Gives - Especially in Low Income Countries - Extremely Impressive Returns

Cdr Dr. Stef Stienstra, Royal Dutch Navy reserve

17:30 Determination of Medical Countermeasures Requirements for CBRN Terrorism in Canada

Milan Patel, Regulatory Policy and Risk Management Specialist, Centre for Emergency Preparedness andResponse, Canada

17:50 Electromagnetic Protection of Critical Infrastructures 

Matthias Kreitlow, Bundeswehr Research Institute for Protective Technologies and CBRN Protection (WIS)

18:10 Equipment and Capabilities of Fire and Rescue Service of the Czech Republic to Respond to Radiological Event

Dr. Michal Setnička, Population Protection Institute, Czech Republic

18:30 Success and Failure Factors in EU Transboundary Crisis Management

Claudia Berchtold, Fraunhofer INT

18:50 Discussion

 

Panel Session A3: Risk Analysis, Assessment and Crisis Communication

 

17:00 Introduction by the Chairman: Dr. Roman Trebbe, Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance

17:10 Radiological Threat and Risk Assessment

Prof. Dr. Natividad Carpintero-Santamaría, Instituto de Fusión Nuclear – Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

17:30 Risk and Crisis Communication, Information and Knowledge Management, Risk Analysis/Risk Assessment, Detection, Identification and Monitoring and Innovation Research and Development

N.N., Arktis Radiation Detection Ltd

17:50 CBRE Collective Protection in Buildings

Daniel Jordi, Ministry of Defence, Switzerland

18:10 The German CBRN Command and Control Unit

Stefan Wilbert, Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance

18:30 Command & Control Software for CBRN Reconnaissance Vehicles in Civil Protection

Dipl. Informatiker Helge Koch-Eschweiler, tms

18:50 Discussion

 

Panel Session A4: Stand-Off-Detection

 

17:00 Introduction by the Chairman: Dr. Roland Harig, Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance

17:10 Future Remote Controlled and Autonomous Chemical Detection Systems

Dr. Ralf Helmut Hetzer, Bundeswehr Research Institute for Protective Technologies and CBRN Protection (WIS)

17:30 The Use of IR Standoff Detectors for the Protection of Emergency Personnel against a Threat of Hazardous Material Clouds

Frank Wilsenack, Bundeswehr Research Institute for Protective Technologies and CBRN Protection (WIS)

17:50 Evaluation of the Ultrafast Remote Sensing Hyperspectral Imager HI90 for Real-time Identification of Chemical Warfare Agents

Rene Braun, Bruker Optik GmbH

18:10 Prospects for Biological and Chemical Substance Classification Using a Standoff Laser Induced Fluorescence Detection System

Dr. Frank Duschek, German Aerospace Centre (DLR)

18:30 Innovative Improvements to Handheld CBRNE Threat Identification

Travis Thompson, Metrohm Raman

18:50 Discussion

 

Panel Session A5: Protection (Suits)

 

17:00 Introduction by the Panel Chairman

17:10 System Testing of CBRN-Suits Using Physical Aerosol

Friedrich Hesse, Bundeswehr Research Institute for Protective Technologies and CBRN Protection (WIS)

17:30 From Swatch-to-System, Testing of CBRN Protection Suits

N.N., Ministry of Defence, Switzerland

17:50 A Future Concept for Gastight NBC Protective Clothing

Karola Hagner, Bundeswehr Research Institute for Protective Technologies and CBRN Protection (WIS)

18:10 Mobility and Flexibility Offensive for CBRN Situations - Blower-Ventilated Full Protective Suit

Dr. Gabriele Bartel-Lingg, BARiT GmbH / Vitmo GmbH

18:30 Options for Broad Chemical and Biological Protective Personal Protective Equipment Offering Improved Heat Stress and Mission Effectiveness

Michael Merrick, W.L. Gore & Associates

18:50 Discussion

 

Panel Session A6: Decontamination and Disinfection I

 

17:00 Introduction by the Panel Chairman

17:10 From Lab to Full Size Systems: Drinking Water from VX Contaminated Raw Water

Dr.-Ing. Jeldrik Moritz, Bundeswehr Research Institute for Protective Technologies and CBRN Protection (WIS)

17:30 Next Generation Detection Sensitivity and Decontamination Efficiency with Enzymatic Technology

Jason Robosky, FLIR Systems, Inc.

17:50 Contamination Control for CBRN-Recce-Equipment – Field Testing Possibilities for Triage prior to Decontamination

Dipl.-Ing. Gerald Bauer, CBRN Defence Command & CBRN Defence School, Austrian Armed Forces

18:10 Topic tbd

N.N., Cristanini

18:30 The Challenge of Ensuring Sufficient Water Supply based on CBRN-Contaminated Raw Waters

Franz Weber, Kärcher Futuretech GmbH

18:50 Discussion

 

Panel Session A7: Innovations by Industries

 

17:00 Introduction by the Chairman:  Colonel (Res.) Wolfgang Widders

17:10 Civil-Military Co-operation in CBRN and Civil Protection – Possibilities of Industrial Support

Dr. Bernhard Christoph Halstrup, Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles

17:30 Rapid Deployable CBRN Solutions for Today´s Challenges

Dr. Markus Hellmuth, Kärcher Futuretech GmbH

17:50 Urban Terrain Modelling in NEWS (NBC Evaluation and Warning System)

Yücel Ahi and Dr. Jens Fiedler, Technisch-Mathematische Studiengesellschaft mbH

18:10 A Comprehensive Bio Identification Strategy

Dr. Marcus Erbeldinger, FLIR and Dr. Christopher Poehlmann, Bruker

18:30 CBRN Management in D-LBO (Digital-Land Based Operations)

Andreas Schlier, ESG Group

18:50 Discussion