Symposium on Counterfeit Parts and Materials

Technical Symposium and Expo: June 25-26, 2019
Workshops: June 27, 2019

College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
College Park, MD

2019 Tech Sessions

Tuesday, June 25
7:15am Registration and Breakfast Speaker
7:50am Opening Remarks Diganta Das, Ph.D., CALCE
Session 1: Opening Session – What is Being Counterfeited - Within and Beyond Electronics?
8:00am Impacts of Component Shortages and Obsolescence on Counterfeiting Peter Panaguiton, GIDEP
8:30am Review of Reported Counterfeit Data Richard Smith, ERAI
9:00am Counterfeit Alerts: Closing the Loop? Vernon Densler, SiliconExpert
9:30am Break – Visit with Exhibitors
Session 2: Are the Standards Adequate to Protect You?
10:00am SAE Standards on Counterfeiting: A 20/20 View Judith Ritchie, SAE
10:30am AS5553, ARP6328 - Toolsets to Comply with Federal Regulation Regarding Counterfeit Parts Robert Bodemuller, Lockheed Martin Corporation
11:00am Supply Chain Risk Mitigation Through Compliance Verification Jim Lewis, PRI
11:30am Leveraging Synergies Between IPC1782, IPC2581, and IPC2591 to Mitigate the Risks of Counterfeits
12:00pm Lunch
Session 3: Panel Discussion
1:00pm Counterfeit Parts Regulations Impacts: Implementation of CP Plan and Compliance to Industry Requirements Moderator:
Henry Livingston, BAE
2:15pm Break – Visit with Exhibitors
Session 4: Physical/Inspection/Tagging
3:00pm Counterfeit and Rewrapped Lithium-ion Batteries in Market and Its Relationship with the Supply Chain Diganta Das, Ph.D., CALCE/University of Maryland
3:30pm Can AI Help Us in the Fight Against Counterfeit Components? Bill Cardoso, Ph.D., Creative Electron Inc.
4:00pm Copper Bond Metal Decapsulation for Counterfeit Detection Erik Jordan, Nisene
4:30pm Counterfeit/Substandard Batteries: Temporary Gains, Costs, and Electronic Waste Samuel Enoch-Oghene, Obafemi Awolowo University
5:00pm Provenance Management: Balancing the Four-legged Stool Daniel Stanton, SecureMarking Inc., and Mark Manning, iTrace Technologies
5:30pm Day Closure
Wednesday, June 26
7:30am Registration and Breakfast Speaker
Session 5: Process Concerns
8:00am Prosecution of Counterfeiters: A Case Study of the Process: U.S. v. Rogelio Rodriguez Brian Resler, Assistant Deputy Chief for Litigation Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, USDOJ
8:30am Comparison of Clone and Authentic Altera Serial Configuration Devices

Nicholas Williams, Ph.D., SMT Corp

9:00am Case Study: Implementing a Counterfeit Electronic Parts Avoidance and Detection Policy from the Ground Up Jeff Hallman, Ph.D. Candidate, Georgia Tech Research Institute
9:30am Break – Visit with Exhibitors
Session 6: Cyber Physical System Security
Session Chair:
Brian Cohen, Ph.D., IDA
10:15am Addressing the Need for Cross-industry Collaboration for Cyber-physical Systems Security Dan DiMase, Aerocyonics
10:45am Microelectronics Threats Matthew Kay, Ph.D.,
US Navy
11:15am Avoidance of Vulnerable and Tampered Parts Through Hardware Assurance John Hallman, OneSpin
11:45am Should We Be Paranoid--Is Your Software Your Enemy? Doug Britton, RunSafe Security Inc.
12:15pm Lunch
Session 7: Bringing Information Security in the Solution Space
1:15pm Blockchain Efforts Government Speaker
1:45pm Blockchain in Electronics Supply Chain for Part Provenance and Traceability Curtis Grosskopf, IBM
2:15pm Reducing the Fake Electronic Component Ingress Using Blockchain Radu Diaconescu, Swissmic SA
2:45pm Break – Visit with Exhibitors
Session 8: Technology Solutions
3:15pm Development of a Technique for Detecting Counterfeit Energy Storage Systems Thomas Yesufu, Ph.D., Obafema Awolowo University
3:45pm Tamper-evident e-Seal Richard McDermott, Ph.D., SIGNAKEY
4:15pm Advancements in Extracting Unique Surface Characteristics of Electronic Components for Use in Identification and Authentication David Ross, Ph.D., Alitheon
4:45pm DUST: How Nano-Diamonds Prevent Counterfeits in Global Supply Chains Ophir Gaathon, Ph.D., DUST Identity
5:15pm Closing Remarks and Summary

Workshops: Thursday, June 27
8:00am Registration Instructor
8:30am – 12:00pm
Utilizing IPC-1782 - Component Traceability - To Reduce Risk Associated With Ingress Of Counterfeit Components
Cameron Shearon, Shearon Consulting & Michael Ford, Aegis Software
8:30am – 5:00pm
Diganta Das, Ph.D.,
CALCE/University of Maryland

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