Symposium on Counterfeit Parts and Materials

Technical Symposium and Expo: June 28-30, 2016
Workshops: June 30, 2016

Marriott Inn & Conference Center
College Park, MD

Tech Sessions

June 28-29, 2016



Draft Technical Program - Subject to change

Tuesday, June 28


7:30 AM
Registration and Breakfast
Speaker
8:00 AM
Opening Remarks
Session 1: Opening Sessions
8:15 AM
Keynote talk 1: Counterfeit Electronic Parts - Observations and Insights from a US Defense Industry Perspective
Henry Livingston, BAE Systems
9:00 AM
SAE and its Role in Developing Suite of Counterfeit Electronics and Materiel Avoidance Standards
Bruce Mahone, SAE International
9:30 AM
Traceability As The Key Weapon Against Counterfeit – IPC 1782 Standard
Michael Ford, Mentor Graphics
10:00 AM
Break – Visit with exhibitors
Session 2: Standards
10:30 AM
JEDEC’s New JESD243: Is It an Industry Standard for Counterfeit Electronic Parts – or Something Less?
Robert S. Metzger, Rogers Joseph O'Donnell
11:00 AM
AS&D Counterfeit Parts Standards and Certification
Dale Gordon, ANAB
11:30 AM
Counterfeit Materiel Risk Mitigation Standards Update and Myths/Issues in Preventing Counterfeits Entrance Into Your Supply Chain
Robert Tipton, Wyle
12.00 PM
Lunch
Session 3: Independent Distribution
1:00 PM
Investigation and Prosecution of EPIC
Brian Ressler, US Department of Justice
1:45 PM
Independent Distributors' Role in Securing the Supply Chain
Jason Jowers, Velocity Electronics
2:15 PM
Panel Discussion – Concerns from Independent Distributors
TBD
3:15 PM
Break – Visit with exhibitors
Session 4: Future Technologies
3:45 PM
Barricade: A Nondestructive Electronic Component Authentication and Counterfeit Detection Technology
Tom Bergman, Battelle
4:15 PM
Securing your supply chain from counterfeit parts through real-time, electronic chip traceability
Phillip Zulueta, Consultant
4:45 PM
Leveraging the IoT for real-time identification and authentication of electronic parts and components
Louis Parks, SecureRF Corporation
5:15 PM
Closure


Wednesday, June 29

7:30 AM
Registration and Breakfast
Speaker
8:00 AM
Keynote Address 2: Getting Ready for Coming Deluge of Complex Cloned Devices
Thomas Sharpe, SMTCorp
Session 5: Defining Counterfeits
8:45 AM
Definitions or What Does That Term Mean?
Kirsten Koepsel, Policy Analyst
9:15 AM
The Problem of Pop Up Manufacturers – Replacement Parts
TBD
9:45 AM
Counterfeit or Nonconforming?: A Characterization of the Errors We Make in Characterization Today
Kevin Sink, TTI
10:00 AM
Break – Visit with Exhibitors
Session 6: Supply Chain
10:30 AM
Supply Chain Hardware Integrity for Electronics Defense (SHIELD) using Small "Dielets"
Parrish Ralston, Northrop Grumman ES
11:00 AM
TBD
TBD
11:30 AM
TBD
TBD
12:00 PM
Lunch
Session 7: Latest Technologies
1:00 PM
3D Printable Electronics and the Rise of the Counterfeiting Threat
Sharon Flank, InfraTrac
1:30 PM
Laser scanning microscopy for counterfeit detection
Martine Simard, Muanalysis
2:00 PM
The Next Challenge for X-Ray Counterfeit Detection: Electronic Equipment
Bill Cardoso, Creative Electron, Inc.
2:30 PM
Break – Visit with exhibitors
Session 8: OEM
3:00 PM
Using FMEA as a support for a proactive obsolescence management
Andre Oliveira, EMBRAER S.A.
3:30 PM
How to become and remain a responsible contractor
Keith Gregory, Snell & Wilmer
4:00 PM
TBD
TBD
4:30 PM
Closing Observations


Workshops

Thursday, June 30

8:00 AM
Registration
8:30 AM –
5:00 PM
Implementation Process of SAE 6171
Michael Azarian, CALCE
8:30 AM –
12:30 PM
Counterfeit Detection Inspection Techniques
Jason Jowers, Velocity
1:00 PM –
5:00 PM
Use of Component Documentation and Supply Chain for Counterfeit Avoidance
Diganta Das, CALCE





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