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POSTER SESSION 1
Monday, 22 May 2017 (12:30-14:00)
Presenter and Co-Authors
Ministry of Interior, Department of Fire Brigades (Italy)
(P1.1) Some of the major issues to be addressed for the detection of the environmental presence of CBRNe agents
Raffaella Giovinnazzo, L. Caradonna, G. Giaquinta, E. Guerrera, M. Mameli, A. Mansi, G. Marena, T. Mastromartino, D. Sarto, P. Tomao.
INAIL - Consulenza Tecnica Accertamento Rischi e Prevenzione, Dipartimento di Medicina, Epidemiologia, Igiene del Lavoro e Ambientale (Italy)
(P1.2) Proposal of benchmark guidance values in surface microbiological monitoring: a literature review
Senior engineer (Executive – Deputy Manager) of the Ministry of the Interior - Fire Department (Italy)
(P1.3) Earthquakes could be generated by nuclear fusion of the hydrogen present in the ground
Min-jeong Kim (1), Hyunwook Cha (2), Minsu Ko (2) and Gyu-Cheol Lee (1)
(1) Water Quality Research center, K-water, (Republic of Korea)
(2) R&D Center, NanoHelix Co., Ltd (Republic of Korea)
(P1.4) Development of MIC Real Time PCR for Detecting Four Major Biological Weapons
Min-jeong Kim and Gyu-Cheol Lee
Water Quality Research center, K-water, (Republic of Korea)
(P1.5) Duplex Real-time PCR assay for Simultaneous Detection of Acanthamoeba spp. and Naegleria fowleri in Raw Water
Ken'ichi Tsuchiya, K. Kurosawa, N. Akiba, H. Kakuda, D. Imoto, M. Hirabayashi, K. Kuroki
National Research Institute of Police Science, Physics section, 6-3-1 Kashiwanoha, CHIBA, (Japan)
(P1.6) Development of radiation detection methods against radiological or nuclear threat
Ministry of Interior, Department of Fire Brigades (Italy)
(P1.7) The potential of Italian Fire Brigade for the immediate securing of the environment, which is essential for the containment of environmental damage as a result of CBRNE incidents.
Vito Volpetti(1), F. Barcio (1)
(1) TEKNE s.r.l. - Defence & Security Division, via E.Mattei 20, 66100 Chieti, (Italy)
(P1.8) A novel concept for integrated environmental surveillance and protection
Yasmin Himid (1), R. Rossi (1) and A. Malizia (2)
(1) Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Rome, (Italy)
(2) Department of Biomedicine and Prevention, University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Rome, (Italy)
(P1.9) The e-factor in Industrial Risk: Predict and Prevent through Experiments
Tzu-Yun Huang (1), Yu-Ju Lin(1), Yi-Chien Chih(1), Shu-Mei Chou(1), Chang-Hsun Chen(1)
(1) Centers for Disease Control, No.6, Linsen S. Rd., Jhongjheng District, Taipei, Taiwan (R.O.C). (Taiwan)
(P1.10) Applying Incident Command System (ICS) to the Command and Control of Bioterrorist Attack Response in Taiwan
Lea Fellner (1), F. Gebert (1), A. Walter (1), K. Gruenewald (1), F. Duschek (1)
German Aerospace Center, Institute of Technical
Physics, Langer Grund, Lampoldshausen, 74239 Hardthausen, (Germany)
(P1.11) Variations in fluorescence spectra of a bacterial population during different growth phases
Marian Kraus (1), Lea Fellner (1), Florian Gebert (1), Karin Grünewald (1), Carsten Pargmann (1), Arne Walter (1), Frank Duschek (1)
German Aerospace Center, Institute of Technical Physics, Langer Grund, Lampoldshausen, 74239 Hardthausen, (Germany)
(P1.12) Comparison of classification models for spectral data of laser-induced fluorescence
Patrick Wengler (1), Cenciarelli O. (2) , (3) Ludovici G.M.
(1) Luxemburg Grand-Ducale Police, UCPA /SGA, L-1110 Findel (Luxemburg)
Phd candidate, London Metropolitan University
(2) University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Department of Industrial Engineering, Via del Politecnico 1, Rome, Italy
(3) International Master Courses in Protection Against CBRNe events (ITALY)
(P1.13) First Responders Pocket-Card, 9 liner
Francesco Rosiello (1), Monti M. (2), Modini C. (1), Russo L. (1), Zelinotti L.(3), Vinci A. (1)
(1) Sapienza-University of Rome, Via del Policlinico 155, Rome, Italy
(2) USL Umbria 1, Via G. Guerra 21, Perugia, Italy
(3) Istituto Zooprofilattico Lazio, Via Appia Nuova, 1411, Roma, Italy
(P1.14) Is Rome ready to react to CBRNe attacks?
Tania Martín-Pérez (1), F. J. Llerena-Aguilar (1) , J. Pérez-Serrano (2), J.L. Copa-Patiño(2), J. Soliveri de Carranza (2), J.M. Orellana-Muriana (3), J.L. Pérez-Díaz (1)
1. Escuela Politécnica Superior, Universidad de Alcalá, (Spain)
2. Facultad de Farmacia, Universidad de Alcalá, (Spain)
3. Centro de Experimentación Animal, Universidad de Alcalá, (Spain)
(P1.15) Eco-friendly air decontamination of biological warfare agents using “Counterfog” system
Juan Sánchez-García-Casarrubios, F. J. Llerena-Aguilar and J.L. Pérez-Díaz
Escuela Politécnica Superior, Universidad de Alcalá, Spain
(P1.16) FOG DYNAMICS
POSTER SESSION 2
Tusday, 23 May 2017 (12:00-13:30)
Presenter and Co-Authors
F. Almazan (1), J. Fantova (1), I. Pellejero (2), M.A. Urbiztondo (3), J. Sese (1), Marìa Pilar Pina (1,4), J. Santamaria (1,4)
(1) Nanoscience Institute of Aragon. University of Zaragoza. Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering, Edif. I+D+i, Zaragoza, (Spain).
(2) Institute for Advanced Materials. Public University of Navarra. Edif. Jerónimo de Ayanz, Pamplona-Iruña, (Spain).
(3) Centro Universitario de la Defensa. Academia General Militar. Zaragoza, (Spain).
(4) Networking Research Center on Bioengineering, Biomaterials and Nanomedicine, Madrid, (Spain).
(P2.1) MOF-type materials for nerve agents adsorption on microfabricated preconcentrators
Daniele Capolupo (1), B. d'Amore (1), C. Minotti (1)
(1) Sapienza University of Rome, "Faculty of Information Engineering, Informatics, and Statistics", "Department of Computer Science", Rome, (Italy)
(P2.2) DUAL USE, iterated symmetric encryption and the upper limit of 56 bits key length. is it useless?
Edoardo Cavalieri d’Oro (1) , M. Pannuti (1), S. Venturini (1)
(1) Ministry of Interior, Department of Fire Brigades (Italy)
(P2.3) CBRN risk assessment during earthquakes: the Amatrice 2016 earthquake case
Yeongtak Song (1), Tae Ho Lim (1), Jin Hur (1), Hyunggoo Kang (1), Jaehoon Oh (1), Yoonjae Lee (1), Hyungoo Shin (1), Juncheol Lee (1).
(1) Hanyang University, Dept. of Emergency Medicine, 222 Wangsimni-ro, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea.
(P2.4) Survey on management of environmental disinfection in South Korea hospitals
A. Jahanbani(1), A. Khosravi (2), Soheila Heidari (3)
(1) Sapienza Univeristy of Rome, Department of Computer, Control and Management Engineering, Rome, (Italy).
(2) Sapienza University of Rome, DIPARTIMENTO DI INGEGNERIA ASTRONAUTICA, ELETTRICA ED ENERGETICA, Rome, (Italy).
(3) Sapienza University of Rome, Dipartimento di Studi europei, americani e interculturali, Rome, (Italy).
(P2.5) Emerald Cloud: A New Environment to form Intercloud Competitiveness
Pietro Rossetti (1), F. Garzia (2), N. S. Genco (3), C. Rossetti (4), S. Scolari (4)
(1) International Master Courses in Protection Against CBRNe events (ITALY).
(2) University of Rome La Sapienza (Italy) - Wessex Institute of Technology (U.K).; European Academy of Sciences and Arts (Austria).
(3) S.T.A.S.A. Studies Center, Rome, Italy
(4) Ministry of Defence - Italian Air Force.
(P2.6) Dirty bomb Drones, Urban surveillance and Explosive/Radiological materials supply chain regulation’s challenges in the Age of Globalization
Clément Judek (1), F. Verhaegen (2), J. Belo (1), T. Verdel (1)
(1) GeoRessources, Université de Lorraine, CNRS, CREGU, Mines Nancy, (France)
(2) APEMAC (EA4360), Université de Lorraine, 54500 Vandœuvre-lès-Nancy, (France)
(P2.7) Crisis managers workload evolution during a crisis situation
Rossella Franconi (1), A. Testa (1), V. Lopresto (1), R. Pinto (1), R. Turchi (1), E. Illiano (1, 2), S. Massa (1), C. Patrono (1), V. Palma (1), A. Rinaldi (1, 2), A. Giovanetti (1), C. Marino (1)
(1) ENEA, Casaccia Research Center, Department for Sustainability, Casacci, Rome, (Italy)
(2) NANOFABER s.r.l, Rome, (Italy)
(P2.8) CBRN emergencies: integrated approach to develop innovative technology and training of operators