Symposium on Counterfeit Parts and Materials

Technical Symposium and Expo: June 26-28, 2018
Workshops: June 28, 2018

College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
College Park, MD

2018 Tech Sessions

Tuesday, June 26
7:30am Registration and Breakfast Speaker
8:00am Opening Remarks Diganta Das, Ph.D., CALCE
Session 1: Opening Session – What is being Counterfeited - Within and Beyond electronics?
8:15am Current Trends in Counterfeit Electronic Parts Fred Schipp, NSWC Crane
9:00am
New Areas of Counterfeit Concerns: Materials, Non-electronic Products & Sub-assemblies
Peter Panaguiton, GIDEP
9:30am
SCREEN - Supply Chain Reliability Enabled by Embedded Nodes [non-electronic]
Joseph Mantese, Ph.D.,
United Technologies Research Center
10:00am Break – Visit with Exhibitors
Session 2: Are the Standards Adequate to Protect You?
10:30am
Meeting the SAE AS9100D Requirements for Counterfeit Part Control
Anne Poncheri, InterCEPT
11:00am
Why IPC-1782 Is Essential To Combat The Ingress Of Counterfeit Materials
Cameron Shearon,
Shearon-Consulting
11:30am
The 4 pillars of IDEA and their respective impact on providing Responsible Procurement Solutions™
Faiza Khan, IDEA
12:00pm Lunch
Session 3: Panel Discussion
1:00pm
How is AS6171 Being Flowed Down? Challenges with AS671 Accreditation--Can it Handle Obsolete Part?
Moderator: Sultan Lilani, Integra
2:30pm Break – Visit with Exhibitors
Session 4: Technological Solutions: Tagging, Tracing, Authenticating
3:00pm
Tagless Traceability: Value Beyond Compliance and ROI
Naresh Menon, Ph.D., COVISUS
3:30pm
A New Method to Authenticate Components and PCB Assemblies Using Fingerprint from X-Ray Images
Bill Cardoso, Ph.D., Creative Electron, Inc.
4:00pm
Supply Chain Hardware Integrity for Electronics Defense (SHIELD) using Small "Dielets"
Richard Calatayud, Northrop Grumman
4:30pm
Authentication Techniques for Securing Electronic Part Supply Chain
Ramazan Ayasli, Albert-Ludwigs, University Freiburg
5:00pm Closure
Wednesday, June 27
7:30am Registration and Breakfast Speaker
Session 5: How the US Government Agencies are Reacting
7:45am Keynote TBA
8:30am Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts: Operation Chain Reaction - A Formidable Weapon in The War on Counterfeit Industrial Products Rodney White, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
9:00am View from the US Department of Homeland Security
Jenny Tsang, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Laboratory
9:30am Break – Visit with Exhibitors
Session 6: How to Detect Counterfeit Parts with Confidence
10:00am
Nondestructive Detection of Counterfeit Radiation
Hardened Electronic Parts via Radiated Electromagnetic Emissions (REME) Analysis
Adam Brant, Ph.D., Nokomis Inc.
10:30am
Authentication Testing of Integrated Circuits through Power Consumption Waveform Analysis
Tom Bergman, Battelle
11:00am
A Business Opportunity for Sharing Golden Part Information
Jerry Martinez, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
12:00pm Lunch
Session 7: Bringing Information Security in the Solution Space
1:00pm
IBM Supply Chain Engineering Counterfeit Prevention Blockchain
Michelle Lam, IBM
1:30pm Counterfeit - A Quality Conundrum Michael Ford, Aegis Software
2:00pm Supply Line Detection Of Counterfeit Integrated Circuits Michael Hopkins, CurrentRF
2:30pm Break – Visit with Exhibitors
Session 8: Impacts on Industry and Society
3:00pm Counterfeit/Substandard Batteries: Temporary Gains, Costs and Electronic Waste Samuel Enoch-Oghene, Obafemi Awolowo University
3:30pm Inspection of Counterfeit Lithium-ion Batteries in Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems Laura Xing, Ph.D., CALCE/University of Maryland
4:00pm How Chemical Product Legislation impact the Electronics Industry and Their Customers Brenda Baney, B Cubed Consulting
4:30pm Where Do We Stand and Where Do We Go From Here? Diganta Das, Ph.D., CALCE/University of Maryland
5:00pm Closure

Workshops: Thursday, June 28
8:00 AM Registration Instructor
8:30 AM–5:00 PM
Implementation Process of SAE 6171
Michael Azarian, Ph.D.,
CALCE/University of Maryland
8:30 AM–5:00 PM
Diganta Das, Ph.D.,
CALCE/University of Maryland





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