The 16th annual IEEE Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security (HST ’17), will be held 25-27 April 2017, 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.

25 - 26 April 2017 Waltham, MA USA
Gold sponsor: Co-sponsor:
2017 IEEE International Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security
Important Information
Disaster and Attack Preparedness, Mitigation, 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 Claire Applegarth, The MITRE Corporation Mark Peters, The MITRE Corporation  
Technical Program Committee Chairs

Call for Papers, Posters and Tutorials

Produced by IEEE with technical support from DHS S&T, IEEE, IEEE Boston Section, and IEEE-USA and organizational support from MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Raytheon, Battelle, and MITRE, this year’s event will once again showcase selected technical paper and posters highlighting emerging technologies in the areas of:

Cyber Security

Biometrics and Forensics

Land and Maritime Border Security

Disaster and Attack Preparedness, Mitigation, Recovery, and Response

We are currently seeking technical paper, poster and tutorial session submissions in each of the areas noted above. Papers examining the feasibility of transition to practice will also be considered.  Submissions should focus on technologies with applications available for implementation within about five years. All areas will cover the following common topics: Strategy and threat characterization, CONOPs, risk analysis, Modeling, simulation, experimentation, and exercises & training, and Testbeds, standards, performance and evaluations.
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Download Call for Papers Important Dates: Paper Abstract Deadline (firm deadline): Oct. 17, 2016 - Submission Site Open Paper, Poster and Tutorial Acceptance Notification: Dec. 1, 2016 Final Paper Submission Deadline: March 1, 2017
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The 16th annual IEEE Symposium on Technologies for Homeland

Security (HST ’17), will be held 25-27 April 2017, 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.

25 - 26 April 2017 Waltham, MA USA
Gold sponsor: Co-sponsor:
2017 IEEE International Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security
Important Information
Disaster and Attack Preparedness, Mitigation, 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 Claire Applegarth, The MITRE Corporation Mark Peters, The MITRE Corporation  
Technical Program Committee Chairs

Call for Papers, Posters and Tutorials

Produced by IEEE with technical support from DHS S&T, IEEE, IEEE Boston Section, and IEEE-USA and organizational support from MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Raytheon, Battelle, and MITRE, this year’s event will once again showcase selected technical paper and posters highlighting emerging technologies in the areas of:

Cyber Security

Biometrics and Forensics

Land and Maritime Border Security

Disaster and Attack Preparedness, Mitigation, Recovery, and

Response

We are currently seeking technical paper, poster and tutorial session submissions in each of the areas noted above. Papers examining the feasibility of transition to practice will also be considered.  Submissions should focus on technologies with applications available for implementation within about five years. All areas will cover the following common topics: Strategy and threat characterization, CONOPs, risk analysis, Modeling, simulation, experimentation, and exercises & training, and Testbeds, standards, performance and evaluations.
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Download Call for Papers Important Dates: Paper Abstract Deadline (firm deadline): Oct. 17, 2016 - Submission Site Open Paper, Poster and Tutorial Acceptance Notification: Dec. 1, 2016 Final Paper Submission Deadline: March 1, 2017
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