ADSA16 Presentations

ADSA16 Agenda

Carl Crawford – Workshop Objectives


Tim Smith – Security Technology Integrated Program (STIP) Cybersecurity 

Max Abrahms – Yes, We Can Now Predict Terrorist Targets

Matthew Merzbacher – Macro Security

Bernard Gordon – Requirement-Based Design

Pierfancesco Landolfi – A Look From The Outside

Matthew Merzbacher – Vendor Panel

Shiva Kumar – Vendor Panel

Kristofer Roe – Vendor Panel

Joseph Paresi – Response to Questions on Challenges in Deploying Security Technologies 

David Wiley – Stratovan’s Perspective and Recent Involvement as a 3rd Party

Alan Collier – TSA Air Cargo Screening Update

Avi Cagan – Aviation Security in Israel Compared to the United States

David Castañón – Emerging Explosives Detection Technologies for Luggage

Carl Crawford – Can a Death-Predicting Algorithm Improve Healthcare?

Laura Parker – Advanced Development for Security Applications (ADSA) Workshops: Past, Present and Future

Matthew Merzbacher – Specifying a Jell-O™ Detector

Harry Martz – Regions of responsibilities, transfer functions and the role of simulants

Fred Roberts – Venue Public Security & Stadium Access Security

Rohit Patnaik – Status Update: Weapons ATR For Checkpoint CT

Harry Martz – Dual-Energy Decomposition Methods for Accurate Material Discrimination

Robert Klueg – TSL Basis Material Decomposition for CT Analysis

Quanzheng Li – Low-dose CT Image Processing and Reconstruction with Deep Learning

David Ebert – Visual Analytics for Security Applications

Doug Bauer – DICOS Status Update

Taly Gilat Schmidt – Realistic simulations of baggage

David Atkinson – Explosive Trace Detection – Emerging Technologies

Harry Martz – Summary and Next Steps

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