The 15th annual IEEE Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security (HST ’16), will be held 10 – 12 May, in the greater Boston,

Massachusetts area. This symposium brings together innovators from leading academic, industry, business, Homeland Security Centers

of Excellence, and government programs to provide a forum to discuss ideas, concepts, and experimental results. In addition a special

morning program discussing business development, will be held on Tuesday May 10.

10 - 12 May 2016 Waltham, MA USA
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2016 IEEE International Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security
Plenary Speakers
Acquisition Executive Mark S. Borkowski, Office of Technology Innovation and Acquisition Mark Borkowski became the Assistant Commissioner for the Office of Technology Innovation and Acquisition (OTIA) with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in July 2010. He is responsible for ensuring technology efforts are properly focused on mission and well integrated across CBP and for strengthening effectiveness in acquisition and program management.  More >>
Mr. Dave Masters Senior Program Advisor, S&T Mr. Masters joined DHS S&T in 2007 as Deputy Director of Research.   He currently is a Senior Program Advisor (ST) and assists the Chief Scientist and the Director of the Borders and Maritime Division on program development and manages threat detection, forensics, and tunnel detection projects for the directorate.  More >>
TECHNICAL PROGRAM MAY 10 MAY 11 MAY 12
Richard W. Vorder Bruegge is a Senior Photographic Technologist at the Federal Bureau of Investigation where he is responsible for overseeing science and technology developments in the imaging sciences.  He has an Sc.B. in Engineering, and an Sc.M. and Ph.D. in Geological Sciences from Brown University. More >>
RADM Steven G. Smith USN (Ret) Senior Government Executive (SES) Director Disaster Planning & Risk Management U.S. Small Business Administration   Rear Admiral Steven G. Smith U.S. Navy (Retired) is a Senior Government Executive (SES) serving as Director of the Office of Disaster Planning and Risk Management for the U.S. Small Business Administration. Admiral Smith has responsibility for disaster recovery planning and facilitating the coordination of SBA agency wide resources that contribute to economic development and recovery following disaster. More >>
Audio Broadcasts and Written Articles
John Piper, February 29, 2016 Steve Smith, March 21, 2016 Vincent Sritapan, Cyber Security Div., Dept. Of Homeland Security Andrea Marsh, Batelle, HST Business Panel Mobile security in community networks DHS Advancing Technology to Help Keep Nation Secure; 2016 IEEE Homeland Security Symposium
Mr. Shawn Romanoski, Telecommunications Director, Boston Police Department Spanning over twenty five years, Shawn Romanoski has worked within the aviation and telecommunications communities, commencing in 1986 with a distinguished international career in airborne and ground based communications and navigation.  More >>
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PRESENTERS! Oral & Poster Presentation Guidelines Final Paper Preparation Instructions  Conference Registration Open
Attack and Disaster Preparation, Recovery and Response Lance Fiondella, UMass, Dartmouth Kenneth Crowther, MITRE Biometrics & Forensics Eric Schwoebel, MIT Lincoln Laboratory James L. Wayman, San Jose State University Land and Maritime Border Security Karen Panetta, Tufts University Rich Moro, Raytheon John Aldridge, MIT Lincoln Laboratory Cyber Security David Balenson, SRI International Claire Applegarth, The MITRE Corporation Mark Peters, The MITRE Corporation  
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The 15th annual IEEE Symposium on

Technologies for Homeland Security (HST

’16), will be held 10 – 12 May, in the greater

Boston, Massachusetts area. This symposium

brings together innovators from leading

academic, industry, business, Homeland

Security Centers of Excellence, and

government programs to provide a forum to

discuss ideas, concepts, and experimental

results. In addition a special morning

program discussing business development,

will be held on Tuesday May 10.

10 - 12 May 2016 Waltham, MA USA
IMPORTANT INFO
Menu Past HST Symposiums Gold sponsor: Co-sponsor:
2016 IEEE International Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security
Mr. Dave Masters Senior Program Advisor, S&T Mr. Masters joined DHS S&T in 2007 as Deputy Director of Research.   He currently is a Senior Program Advisor (ST) and assists the Chief Scientist and the Director of the Borders and Maritime Division on program development and manages threat detection, forensics, and tunnel detection projects for the directorate.  More >>
Mr. Shawn Romanoski, Telecommunications Director, Boston Police Department Spanning over twenty five years, Shawn Romanoski has worked within the aviation and telecommunications communities, commencing in 1986 with a distinguished international career in airborne and ground based communications and navigation.  More >>
Acquisition Executive Mark S. Borkowski, Office of Technology Innovation and Acquisition Mark Borkowski became the Assistant Commissioner for the Office of Technology Innovation and Acquisition (OTIA) with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in July 2010. He is responsible for ensuring technology efforts are properly focused on mission and well integrated across CBP and for strengthening effectiveness in acquisition and program management.  More >>
TECHNICAL PROGRAM MAY 10 MAY 11 MAY 12
Richard W. Vorder Bruegge is a Senior Photographic Technologist at the Federal Bureau of Investigation  where he is responsible for overseeing science and technology developments in the imaging sciences.  He has an Sc.B. in Engineering, and an Sc.M. and Ph.D. in Geological Sciences from Brown University. More >>
RADM Steven G. Smith USN (Ret) Senior Government Executive (SES) Director Disaster Planning & Risk Management U.S. Small Business Administration   Rear Admiral Steven G. Smith U.S. Navy (Retired) is a Senior Government Executive (SES) serving as Director of the Office of Disaster Planning and Risk Management for the U.S. Small Business Administration. Admiral Smith has responsibility for disaster recovery planning and facilitating the coordination of SBA agency wide resources that contribute to economic development and recovery following disaster. More >>
Audio Broadcasts and Written Articles
John Piper, February 29, 2016 Steve Smith, March 21, 2016 Vincent Sritapan, Cyber Security Div., Dept. Of Homeland Security Andrea Marsh, Batelle, HST Business Panel Mobile security in community networks DHS Advancing Technology to Help Keep Nation Secure; 2016 IEEE Homeland Security Symposium
Plenary Speakers
PRESENTERS! Oral & Poster Presentation Guidelines Final Paper Preparation Instructions  Conference Registration Open
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