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START Annual Meeting 2016: Quick-Fire Presentation - Unconventional Weapons and Technology, Political Instability, Risk Communication


START Annual Meeting 2016: Quick-Fire Presentation - Unconventional Weapons and Technology, Political Instability, Risk Communication

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Unconventional Weapons and Technology, Political Instability, Risk Communication

  • Enrichment and Reprocessing Futures Study presented by James Halverson
  • New Analytic Methods for the Exploitation of Open-Source Structured Databases on the Pursuit of WMD Terrorism presented by Markus Binder
  • Criminal Activities Penetrating European/African Radiological Security presented by Gary Ackerman
  • Future Enhancements to the Capability Development Framework (CDF) presented by Steve Sin
  • Radiological and Nuclear Detection Architecture Analyses presented by Steve Sin
  • Assessing Future Chem-Bio Threats and Approaches to Addressing Them presented by Gary Ackerman
  • Computational Modeling of Grievances and Political Instability through Global Media presented by Gary LaFree
  • School Disaster Communication presented by Holly Roberts
  • Complacency and False Alarms in Tornado Affected Communities presented by Michael Egnoto
  • Revealing Trends and Outliers in Global Terrorism and Radicalization through Rapid Visual Data Exploration with Keshif presented by Adil Yalcin