SESSION 2

Monday, 22 May 2017 (14:00-18:30)


MODELING AND SIMULATION, DIFFUSION AND DISPERSION

Description

CBRNE events may disperse harmful agents into the air, water or onto the soil. The prediction of where this material may be is essential for prevention, response and to reduce the impact of the event.  In order to achieve these goals, Modelling and Simulation is a useful tool that can be used to estimate both the location and concentration of deposited material. The use of mathematical models as a basis for simulations has been applied to simulate the dispersion of harmful substances, such as chemical compounds, radioactive materials, as well as biological warfare agents. By coupling clinical models to numerical simulations, it is possible to get accurate information about the potential effects on human health following a CBRN event.

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

  • Modelling and Simulation
  • Analysis and Evaluation of CBRNE Threats
  • CBRNE Hazard Simulation
  • Diffusion and Dispersion Models
  • Software and Tools for Safety and Security
  • Environmental Contamination
  • CBRNE Risk Mitigation
  • CBRNE Risk Scenarios

CHAIRMAN

Enrico Sciubba

Full Professor in Turbomachinery and Energy System, University of Rome La Sapienza (Italy)


CO-CHAIRMAN

Marco Biagini

Lieutenant Colonel, NATO Modelling & Simulation Centre of Excellence (Italy)


CO-CHAIRMAN

Andrea D' Ambrogio

Associate professor of Software and Systems Engineering, Department of Enterprise, University of Rome Tor Vergata


SESSION OPEN

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Oral Presentations

SPEAKER

TITLE


Marco D' Arienzo (1) (Invited Speaker), Biancotto S. (2), Malizia A. (3)

(1) Senior Researcher, ENEA, Casaccia Research Centre (Italy)

(2) ENEA, Casaccia Research Centre (Italy)

(3) Department of Biomedicine and Prevention, University of Rome Tor Vergata

Radiation exposure of the population following a dirty bomb attack in a large metropolitan area


Enrico Sciubba (Invited Speaker)

Full Professor in Turbomachinery and Energy System, University of Rome La Sapienza (Italy)

Numerical simulation as a tool to prevent CBRNE emergency


Marco Biagini

Lieutenant Colonel, NATO Modelling & Simulation Centre of Excellence (Italy)

Modeling and simulation tools for detection of radioactive material used in dirty bombs


Andrea D'Ambrogio 

Associate professor of Software and Systems Engineering, Department of Enterprise, University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy)

Emergency prevention through the use of numerical simulation


Jean-François Ciparisse

Researcher Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy)

Emergency prevention through the use of numerical simulation


Gianmarco Contessa (1), Guardati M. (2) , Poggi C. (2) , Sandri S. (2) , D’Auria M.C. (3) , Genovese E.(2), Cannatà V.(2), M. D’Arienzo (2) 

(1) Senior Researcher, ENEA, Casaccia Research Centre (Italy)

(2) ENEA, Casaccia Research Centre (Italy)

(3) International Master Courses in Protection Against CBRNe events, University of Rome Tor Vergata.

The impact of Climate Change on radiological emergencies: a case study in Italy