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Official Programme of Workshops

Capable Logistician Unmanned Systems CBRN Future Soldier

Schedule: Open NATO CBRN Workshop

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    • Registration
    • Chairman’s Welcome and Opening Remarks Mr. Radomir Mikes, MSc. – OPEN NATO CBRN Workshop Chairman, CZE
    Moderated by: Mr. Pavel Castulik, MSc. Ph.D./Mr. Radomir Mikes, MSc., CZE

    • EU Terrorism Situation and Trends Mr. Gonçalo Simões – Counter Terrorism – CBRN and Explosives, EUROPOL
    • US JCBRN School’s view on the trends and future challenges in CBRND BG Maria R. Gervais - Commandant CBRND School, USA
    • UNICRI's CBRN Risk Mitigation and Security Governance approach- meeting the challenges of international security Mr. Irakli Beridze – Senior Strategy and Policy Adviser, CBRN Risk Mitigation and Security Governance Programme, United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Institute (UNICRI), UN
    • NATO’s Political View on CBRN Defence LTC Stephan Jacobsen – WMD Non-Proliferation Centre, NATO HQ
    • Panel Discussion - part 1

    • CBRN Reach Back LTC David Cooper, OBE, M.Sc. – NATO JCBRN Centre of Excellence, NATO
    • Information Knowledge Management – CBRN Knowledge Base COL Rainer Schulte – NATO JCBRN Defence Centre of Excellence, NATO
    • Digital Imagery Method Comparative Research On Skin Decontaminants Mrs. Laura Cochrane, M.Sc. – Director of Scientific Operations and Technical Support / Emergent BioSolutions, USA Management, USA
    • Panel Discussion – part 2
    Moderated by: Mr. Pavel Castulik, MSc., Ph.D./Mr. Radomir Mikes, MSc., CZE

    • Communicating the CBRN threats to members of the general public (in order to mitigate the impact of any emergencies associated with the CBRN attack or sabotage) Assoc. Prof. Jozef Sabol, M.Sc., D.Sc. – The Police Academy of the Czech Republic / Department of Crisis Management, CZE
    • IFREACT EU FP7 Project Mr. Andrew Johnston - International Outreach Manager and Senior Scientific Consultant, GBR
    • Panel Discussion
    Moderated by: Dr. Josef Brinek, L.H.D., Ph.D., CZE

    • NLD Approach to CBRN Protection Dr. Ruud W. Busker – TNO, CBRN Programme Manager, NLD
    • New Zeeland CBRND Capability MAJ Adam Modd – Officer Commanding 1st New Zeeland EOD Squadron / 1st SAS Regiment, NZL
    • CBRND Dilemmas of a Small Nation LTC Per-Inge Ohrstrand – NOR CBRN Def School, NOR
    • Best Practice in the Use of Simulation for CBRN Training in NATO Mr. John Saunders, BA (Hons.) - Argon Electronics (UK) Ltd, GBR
    • New Approach to Global Monitoring of the Radiological Situation Dr. Petr Sladek, Ph.D., -Technical Director of Pico Envirotec Inc. Canada + (ENVINET, a.s.)
    • Panel Discussion
    Mr. Radomir Mikes, MSc. – OPEN NATO CBRN Workshop Chairman, CZE

    • Registration
    • Chairman’s Welcome and Opening Remarks Mr. Radomir Mikes, MSc. – OPEN NATO CBRN Workshop Chairman, CZE
    Moderated by: Dr. Josef Brinek,L.H.D., Ph.D./ Mr. Pavel Castulik, MSc., Ph.D., CZE

    • NATO’s View on General Requirements for the Future CBRN Equipment and Technologies BG Odd-Harald Hagen - NATO NAAG Chairman, NATO
    • Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Projects Dr. Bülent Tüdes – Programme Manager, LB General and Cooperative Services Programme, NATO Support Agency, NATO
    • NATO CBRN Functional Services Procurement Opportunity for Industry Dr. David Sparks – Group Head – Planning & Reporting Services / NATO Communications and Information Agency, NATO
    • Rapid area mitigation following a nuclear/radiological event Mr. Konstantin Volchek - Head of Environmental Restoration, Environment Canada / Water Science and Technology / EOALRS, CAN
    • Panel Discussion – part 1

    • Swedish Defense Research Agency CBRN R&D Challenges Mr. Mats Strömqvist – Head of Division of CBRN Defence and Security / FOI, SWE
    • Saab ́s CBRN Mr. Tobias Wallin - SAAB AB, BA Security and Defence Solutions, SWE
    • Trial Evaluation of Chemical Improvised Explosive Device Dr. Josef Brinek, L.H.D., Ph.D. - National Institute for NBC ProtectionPavel Castulik, MSc., Ph.D. – Research Centre for Toxic Compounds in the Environment, Masaryk University, Faculty of Science
    • Future Challenges in Changing CBRND Market Mr. Sebastian Meyer-Plath - Managing Director, Bruker Daltonik, GmbH., DEU
    • Experience in dealing with CBRN protection during the last football World Cup 2014 – Brazil Col Clovis Eduardo Godoy Ilha – Project manager for Restructuring the Brazilian Army CBRN Defence System, BRA
    • Panel Discussion
    Mr. Radomir Mikes, MSc. – OPEN NATO CBRN Workshop Chairman, CZE
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