ADSA19 Presentations

ADSA19 Agenda

Carl Crawford – Workshop Objectives

Austin Gould – TSA/RCA Priorities and Perspectives

Alan Collier – TSA Air Cargo Capability Gaps

Steven Webber – Defense Threat Reduction Agency Nuclear Detection Division (RD-NTD)

Xiaochuan Pan – Algorithm-Enabled Dual- or Multi-Energy (i.e., Photon-Counting) CT for Possible Security-Scan Applications 

Steven Urchuk – DICOS

Jeffrey Quinones – DICOS v2A Software Development Toolkit UPDATE

Henry Medeiros – Video Tracking of Passengers and Divested Objects at a Checkpoint

Mubin Shaikh – Terrorism in Islamic Costume: Facing the Counter Terrorism Challenge in the Modern Age

Ronald Schouten – Why and How Terrorists Change Tactics

Jeff Barrow – Transforming the Checkpoint

Bonnie Kudrick – Requirements and Capabilities Analysis (RCA)

Larry McMichael – Characterization of new threats and the application of explosive simulants

David Atkinson – Adaptive Trace Detection

Kristy Provinzano – ALERT Membership Advantages

Eric Miller – Vision Guided, Hyperspectral Imaging for Standoff Trace Chemical Detection

Jani Hakala – Cutting edge MS based techniques to detect explosives

Ken Taguchi – Photon Counting Toolkit (PcTK)

Yingying Chen – Towards In-baggage Suspicious Object Detection Using Commodity WiFi

John Tatarowicz – DeepXplore: Automated Whitebox Testing for Neural Networks

David Paglieroni – Comparison of AATR Scoring Metrics based on Image Similarity versus Object Overlap

Srivathsan Koundinyan – Material Identification and Classification using Machine Learning Techniques with Hyperspectral Computed Tomography

John Fortune – Passenger Screening Algorithm Challenge

Zachary Teed – Fast and Accurate Threat Identification with Object Detection

Halla Yang – TSA Passenger Screening Algorithm Challenge

David Odaibo – Data to Intelligence 

Jeremy Walthers – DHS/Kaggle Passenger Screening Algorithm Challenge

David Castañón – AATR for CT Based EDS

Matthew Merzbacher – AATR: Vendor’s Response

Omar Alkofahi – Adaptive Algorithms

Matthew Merzbacher – Improving Field Detection Performance

Jordan Cheney – Biometrics for Risk Based Screening

Clem Karl – Metal Artifact Reduction Using AI

Michael Birnkrant – Intelligent Building Response – Detection Systems

Larry McMichael – Summary and Next Steps

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