This symposium brings together innovators from leading academic,

industry, businesses, Homeland Security Centers of Excellence, and

government agencies to provide a forum to discuss ideas, concepts, and

experimental results.

October 23 - 24, 2018 Woburn, MA USA
2018 IEEE International Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security
Prevent Terrorism and Manage Incidents Lance Fiondella, UMass, Dartmouth Kenneth Crowther, MITRE Enhance Biometrics & Forensics Eric Schwoebel, MIT Lincoln Laboratory James L. Wayman, San Jose State University  
We are currently seeking technical paper and poster session submissions in each of the following areas:  Humanitarian Assistance & Disaster Relief Biometrics & Forensics Land & Maritime Borders & Critical Infrastructure Protection Cybersecurity Papers examining the feasibility of transition to practice will also be considered. This year, papers focused on DHS high priority technology gaps will be of particular interest. All areas will cover the following common topics: Strategy and threat characterization, operational concepts, risk analysis; Modeling, simulation, experimentation, and exercises & training; and Testbeds, standards, performance and evaluations.
Technical Program Committee Chairs
Secure Land and Maritime Borders Karen Panetta, Tufts University Rich Moro, Raytheon John Aldridge, MIT Lincoln Laboratory Secure Cyberspace Claire Applegarth, The MITRE Corporation Mark Peters, The MITRE Corporation
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, and MITRE.
Visit the Press Room for audio broadcasts & written articles Call for Papers Abstract Submission: May 1, 2018 Notification: July 2, 2018 Final Paper Due: September 15, 2018