SESSION 10

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 (10:00-16:00)


CBRNE CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE - COE

Description

CBRNE is a multidisciplinary domain that requires a joint effort to bring together expertise and knowhow in order to address this threat from a comprehensive and effective perspective. A number of initiatives have been promoted from international organizations like NATO and the European Union, to create Centres of Excellence (COE) in the field of CBRNE. The role of such centres ranges from providing strategic, operational and tactical advise for defence, to the establishment and strengthening the institutional capacity to mitigate CBRNE risks.

The session is aimed at bringing together stakeholders, experts and researchers in the following fields: 

  • CBRN Programmes
  • Research & Innovation
  • Risk Assessment and Management
  • Defence
  • Training
  • Policies 

CHAIRMAN

Volker R. Quante

Deputy Director & DEU Senior National Representative, Joint CBRN Defence Centre of Excellence (Czech Republic)


CO-CHAIRMAN

Margarita Goulart 

Nuclear Safety and Security Unit, European Commission Directorate-General Joint Research Centre (Belgium)


CO-CHAIRMAN

Stefano Giribono

Colonel,  7th CBRN Defense Regiment Commander, Italian Army (Italy)


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Oral Presentations

SPEAKER

TITLE


Margarita Goulart (Invited Speaker)

Nuclear Safety and Security Unit, European Commission Directorate-General Joint Research Centre (Belgium)

COE effective solutions to reduce CBRNE risks


Volker R. Quante

Deputy Director & DEU Senior National Representative, Joint CBRN Defence Centre of Excellence (Czech Republic)

Knowledge Management and other Scientific Aspects of CBRN Defence from a Practitioner's Perspective


Stefano Giribono (1), D. Del Gaudio (2)

(1) Colonel,  7th CBRN Defense Regiment Commander, Italian Army (Italy)

(2) 7th CBRN Defense Regiment - Tecnhical Support Section Chief, Italian Army (Italy)

7th CBRN Defense Regiment - Capabilities, tasks, main systems and equipment


Shaun A. Forth (1), S. Johnson(2), S. J. Burrows(1), R. P. Sheldon (3)

(1) Centre for Simulation & Analytics, Cranfield University, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, Shrivenham, SN6 8LA, (UK)

(2) Cranfield Forensic Institute, Cranfield University, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, Shrivenham, SN6 8LA,  (UK)

(3) Centre for Defence Engineering, Cranfield University, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, Shrivenham, SN6 8LA,  (UK)

Cranfield University Centre of Excellence in Counter-Terrorism


Salvatore Corrao

Department o Fire Brigades, Ministry of Interior, Via Genova,  Roma, (Italy)

Technical rescue dynamic response in high visibility events - operational concepts and CBRN aspects


Stefania Fiore and E. Occhiuzzi

Italian National Fire and Rescue Service, Central Directorate of Emergency and Technical Rescue, Piazza del Viminale, Roma, (Italy)

Italian National Fire and Rescue Service: CBRNe Emergency Response and National Civil Defence


Raffaele Zagarella and R. Santaguida

Joint Center for Military Studies and Applications, CISAM,  Via della Bigattiera - Pisa. (Italy)

The Activities of CISAM for radiation safety in the Armed Forces