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ICATHS 2004 Overview

Organized and hosted by the UConn School of Engineering, ICATHS '04 features a virtual “who’s who” of internationally prominent leaders who will discuss technology innovations, policy, emergency response and implementation. Aimed at a broad audience, including technology leaders, managers, policy makers, small and large business leaders alike, the program will include plenary panel discussions, invited speakers, poster paper sessions, an industrial exhibition and unmatched opportunities for networking. Speakers are by invitation only and drawn from the governmental sector as well as private industry, academia, and federal laboratories.

The two-day conference covers four major topic areas: Sensing and Information Technology; Energy and Transportation Infrastructures; Chemical, Biological and Nuclear Threats; and Policy and Education. ICATHS will provide a singular forum for attendees to understand technology and policy implications, investigate security technologies, network and review funding opportunities in Homeland Security. The conference should appeal to everyone who seeks to explore the technical challenges involved in homeland security, how these challenges are being addressed, and how technology and policy will interface.

Attendees are encouraged to visit the exhibits and posters as well as attend the keynote and invited lectures and panel discussions. Coffee breaks will be staged in the exhibit/poster area, affording attendees the opportunity to review innovations in homeland security technologies and practice.