Dissemination to academia and general public

Dissemination activities

Table 1: Conference and demonstration activities

Conference and demonstration activities: Dissemination to stakeholders

Date

Venue

Title and form (oral /poster/other)

Partner

Audience /target group

7-9 October 2014

1st workshop on Custom Detection Technologies, Budapest, HU

Oral presentation

DTU

LEAs, Customs

27 November 2014

Defense Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL), UK

Workshop, demonstration, oral and poster presentation

CRA

Governmental, UK

25-27 June 2015

Criminalist and forensic science: Science, studies, practices, Vilnius, LT

Oral presentation

MRU

Criminalistic and forensic experts from Lithuania

21-24 September 2015

SPIE Security and Defence 2015, Toulouse, FR

Oral presentation

DTU

Academia, Industry

26-29 October 2015

5th WCO Technology and Innovation Forum, Rotterdam, NL

Two poster presentations, workshop

DTU / DCA / CRA

Academia, Industry, Customs

29-30 September,2016

International Scientific Conference “Forensic and Judicial Expertology: science, study, practice” (29-30 September 2016, Warsaw), PL

Oral presentation

MRU

Academia, Polish Forensic Association; Lithuanian Association of Forensic Expertise; Politicians /experts from ministries

22-24 June 2016

6th Seminar of European Customs Chemists, Amsterdam, NL

Oral presentation, workshop

DTU

Customs

13-14 September 2016

11th Future Security Research conference, Berlin, DE

Poster presentation

DTU

Academia, Industry, Ministries, Experts

November 2016

IBDCWG annual conference, Tel Aviv, IL

Oral presentation

DEMA

Future end users, Industry, Government

September 2016

Explosive Precursor Defeat by Inhibitor Additive conference, Zagreb, Croatia

Networking

DEMA

Croatian Police EOD, Swedish FOI and MSB Norwegian DSB, representatives from the industry (Yara)

26-27 September 2016

Eleventh Biennial International Conference on “Criminal Justice and Security in Central and Eastern Europe, Ljubljana, SL

Oral presentation

MRU

Academia

11-12 January 2017

CLEN-CDTEG, 1st Detection Technology Network Project Group Meeting, Brussels, BE

Oral presentation

MRU

EC, Customs, EC funded projects

1 February 2017

 

DSTL, Fort Halstead, UK

Workshop, oral presentation and demonstration

CRA, DTU

Governmental, UK

9-13 April 2017

SPIE-Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Sensing XVIII

2017, Anaheim, USA

Oral presentation

DTU, CRA

Scientific

Industry

Governmental

21 April 2017

CRIM-TRACK dissemination event, Vilnius, LT

Workshop, oral presentation and demonstration

DTU

Academia, Baltic Customs, FP7/H2020 projects (general public via webcast)

17 May 2017

CoU event, Brussels, BE

Workshop, oral presentation and demonstration

DTU

EC, Customs, Academia, EC funded projects, Industry, security stakeholders

21-25 May 2017

1st Scientific International Conference on CBRNe (SICC), Rome, IT

Oral presentation

CRA

Scientific

Industry

Governmental

20-21 September 2017

High Tech summit, DTU, DK

Workshop, oral presentation and demonstration

DTU

Industry, Academia, Investors, Entrepreneurs

Table 2: Dissemination to the general public

Dissemination to the general public

Date

Media/ type of communication

Title

Presenter

Audience

November 2014

DTU Avisen no 9

Article: “Artificial Nose to sniff out illegal substances”

DTU

Students and employees at DTU, but also a broader public, as it is read by a broad science /technology interested public

May-June 2017

(forthcoming)

DTU avisen, dtu.dk, and Nanotech news + the

“Sniffer sprængstoffer som en sporhund” (Sniffing explosives like a tracker dog)

DTU*

Student, employees and

May-June 2017

(forthcoming)

Danish Newspapers EB, BT and Metro Express

“Sniffer sprængstoffer som en sporhund”

(Sniffing explosives like a tracker dog)

DTU*

General public (will reach a very large audience, in particular via the free paper Mx)

2014-2017

Webpages

General information about the project and specific events

DTU, SEC, CRA, MRU

General public, Academia, Customs, Police, Drug Squads, Penal System

21 April 2017

Webcast of CRIM-TRACK dissemination event

Presentation of CRIM-TRACK and three other projects

DTU

MRU, Baltic customs and general public (international), academia, end-users. The link was published at partners’ websites

*May 2017: DTU Nanotech’s journalist is currently working on the articles

3: Scientific publications

CRIM-TRACK: Sensor system for detection of criminal chemical substances
Munk, J. K., Buus, O. T., Larsen, J., Dossi, E., Tatlow, S., and Jakobsen, M. H.
In [Proc. SPIE], 9652, 965208{965208{5 (2015)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.2194915

Improved detection of chemical substances from colorimetric sensor data using probabilistic machine learning.
Lasse L. Mølgaard, Ole Buus, Jan Larsen, Hamid Babamoradi, Ida L. Thygesen, Milan Laustsen, Jens K. Munk, Eleftheria Dossi, Caroline O'Keeffe, Lina Lässig, Sol Tatlow, Lars Sandström, Mogens H. Jakobsen
Proc. SPIE 10183, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Sensing XVIII, 1018307 (May 3, 2017); doi:10.1117/12.2262468 

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