Reducing the Lethality of Attacks on Soft Targets
Date and Time: ADSA26 will occur on Wednesday, November 30, 2022 from 8:30am to 5:30pm ET and Thursday, December 1, 2022 from 8:00am to 4:00pm ET both in-person in Boston and an option to participate virtually.
Participants: By invitation only.
Agenda: TBA (please check in at a later time for updated information!)
Attendee List: TBA (please check in at a later time for updated information!)
Speaker Bio: TBA (please check in at a later time for updated information!)
Location: 17th Floor Event Space, East Village Building, Northeastern University, Boston, MA (Street Address: 291 Saint Botolph Street, Boston, MA 02115), and virtually online.
Fees: There will be a $100 registration fee to defray the costs of hosting the in-person event and supporting the virtual event. The registration fee will be waived for presenters and people associated with ALERT and SENTRY.
Inn at Longwood ($159/night): Book your reservations now through the Hotel’s reservations at 1 (800) 468-2378 or (617) 731-4700 and ask for ADSA1122 by 11/8/2022 or by the following link: Inn at Longwood Booking Link
Colonnade ($199/night): Book your reservations now through 11/8/2022 through the following link: The Colonnade Booking Link
ADSA26 will address the topic of “Reducing the Lethality of Attacks on Soft Targets”. Specific topics that will be addressed in this context include:
- Detecting people with malicious intent and their weapons
- Hardening venues
- Rapid response to events
- Virtual sentries (command and control centers)
- Emerging technologies
If you have any comments on ADSA, would like to present or attend, or believe additional people should be invited to register, please contact the following people, who are organizing the workshop:
- Carl Crawford, Csuptwo, [email protected]
- Harry Martz, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, [email protected]
- Michael Silevitch, Northeastern University, [email protected]
The final reports and presentations for previous ADSA workshops can be found at the following link: http://www.northeastern.edu/alert/transitioning-technology/adsa/final-reports-and-presentations/ If you have any questions or comments, please contact Tiffany Lam at [email protected].
The ADSA workshops are convened by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Emeritus Center of Excellence (COE) for Awareness and Localization of Explosives-Related Threats (ALERT) at Northeastern University (NU). This workshop will also be convened by NU’s new DHS Center of Excellence entitled Soft target Engineering to Neutralize the Threat
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