Celebration and Ribbon Cutting for the DHS Center of Excellence for Explosives Detection, Mitigation & Response: ALERT (Awareness and Localization of Explosives Related Threats)

Gordon-CenSSIS presents the 9th annual Research and Industrial Collaboration Conference (RICC) on Wednesday, October 29th and Thursday, October 30th at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. This year's RICC will feature the launching of the new Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence for Awareness and Localization of Explosives-Related Threats (ALERT).

The RICC is the perfect setting for dialogue among members of the academic, industrial and government communities interested in collaboration in subsurface sensing and imaging. This year's RICC will focus on several areas that are of great interest to the Gordon-CenSSIS community .Register Today!

Focus on Advanced Homeland Security Technologies

10.29.2008 | DAY ONE

Featured Participants

Day One will present a series of talks focusing on advanced homeland security and biomedical technologies. Following these talks, lunch will be served and students will present their research in a poster session. In addition there will be a celebration of ALERT with speakers from DHS and state government.

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ALERT Ribbon Cutting & Terahertz Imaging and Spectroscopy Workshop

10.30.2008 | DAY TWO

Workshop Presenters

Organized by the Center for Terahertz Research at RPI (http://www.rpi.edu/terahertz)

Day Two will be a workshop focused on Terahertz Wave Imaging and Spectroscopy. The workshop will focus on terahertz sensing for homeland security, defense, industrial, medical and other applications. It will feature invited talks by various top researchers in the field. The morning of the workshop will include the ribbon-cutting for the ALERT Center, which will be attended by high-level representatives from government and industry, including Admiral Jay Cohen, Department of Homeland Security Undersecretary for Science and Technology.

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