ADSA17 Presentations

ADSA17 Agenda

Carl Crawford – Workshop Objectives

Steve Karoly – Aviation Security: A Complex System or a System of Systems?

John Fortune – Apex Screening at Speed

Esther Posner – Deportee Status

Jeff Barrow – Next Generation Passenger Screening

C.J. deRuiter – Prediction of System Security Performance of Aviation Checkpoints

Toby Breckon – Automatic Threat Detection (ATD) for Baggage Security Screening

Michael Silevitch – ADSA Value & ALERT Linkage

Mark Laustra – Accelerating Aviation Security Innovation: Why Does it Matter?

Amir Neeman – Deterrence, Hardening and Displacement

Nerayo Teclemariam – DANTE: Operational Studies of Technology, Tactics, & Procedures at Soft Targets

Shawn Dagg – Leveraging Pedestrian Analytics to Improve Passenger Processing, Safety, and Experience

Andrew Foland – Macro Security Revisited

David Schafer – Investing in Security Assuming Silver Bullets are Rare

Avi Kak – TSA Cybersecurity – An Outsider’s Perspective

Steve Skrzypkowiak – DICOS Deployment

David Taylor – ADSA-CBP/DHS S&T Port of Entry Security

Quanzheng Li – Deep reconstruction of security data & AAPM Grand Challenge

Ge Wang – Metal Artifact Reduction Via Machine Learning

Xiao Wang – Massively Parallel Iterative Reconstruction

Addison Howard – Crowdsourcing Machine Learning to Solve Today’s Greatest Data Problems

Mark Frank – Behavior and Detection

Marco Gilardoni – Gilardoni Introduction

Bruno Faviero – Deep Learning-Based Computer Vision for Threat Detection

Fred Mohamadi – Threat Detection Solutions

Steve Beaudoin – Advances in Trace Detection

Garth Simpson – Sparse-sampling strategies in beam-scanning imaging

Matteo Rinaldi – Multi-Spectral Infrared Sensing Microsystems

Mark Witinski – QCL Arrays For Eyesafe Standoff Detection of Hazards 

Petros Kotidis – Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCL)‐based Hyperspectral Imaging for Standoff Detection of Explosives

Chris Gregory – Deep Learning Applied to Weapon’s Detection

Dave Sheen – Simulation of Next-Generation Millimeter Wave AIT Systems

Jens-Peter Schlomka – Strengths and Challenges of X-ray Diffraction Imaging

Harry Martz – Summary and Next Steps

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