USSOCOM Chemical, Biological, Radiological & Nuclear (CBRN)
Conference & Exhibition

13 - 16 December 2004

Tampa, FL

Tuesday, December 14, 2004

What? Me Worry? Fielding Technology and Products

CB Technology for the Joint Warfighter

  • COL Ben Hagar, Joint Science & Technology Office, CB Defense Directorate, DTRA

United States Special Operations Command Technical Industrial Liaison Office

WaterSentryTM: A Continuous Real-Time Water Monitoring Biosensor System

Using Sensor Data in NBC Warning and Reporting


Wednesday, December 15, 2004

Homeland Security Suite (HoSS) Chemical, Biological, Radiological

Epidemic Outbreak Surveillance (EOS)

Chemical and Biological Agent Sensor/Detector Systems Technology Development for Applications in the Global War on Terrorism

Discrimination between High Explosive and Potentially Chemical/Biological Artillery Using Acoustic Sensors

Micro/Nano Bio Sensors

The Use of Emulsions to Stabilize Residuals of Dirty Bomb Attacks

  • Dr. Victor Medina, Principal Investigator, U.S. Army Engineer Research & Development Center

A Simulation Platform for Multi Detector Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) and Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs) and Substances Training

Collective Protection Using Non-Thermal Plasma and Carbon Filtration

  • Ken Rappé, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Exoskeleton for Human Performance Augmentation: The Platform for the Future Combat System (FCS) Soldier

CBRN Hydration


Thursday, December 16, 2004

Civil - Military Operations & Cooperation

  • Maj Chris Reynolds, USAFR, CEM, United States Special Operations Command, Battalion Chief- Hillsborough County Fire Rescue

Biologic Antimicrobial Countermeasures

Chemical and Biological Microsensor Development at Sandia National Laboratories

The Case Against Biodefense

  • Col Patricia Coomber, USAF, PhD, Air Force Institute of Technology and Col Robert Armstrong, USAR, PhD, Air Force Institute of Technology