Symposium on Counterfeit Parts and Materials

Technical Symposium & Expo: June 28-29, 2016
Workshops: June 30, 2016
College Park, MD

Program Chair: Dr. Diganta Das, CALCE (

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Tuesday, June 28
Session 1 - Opening Sessions
Symposium on Counterfeit Parts and Materials

Diganta Das, CALCE - University of Maryland
Keynote talk 1: Counterfeit Electronic Parts - Observations and Insights from a US Defense Industry Perspective

Henry Livingston, BAE Systems
SAE International Standards-Counterfeit Avoidance, Detection, Mitigation and Disposition

Bruce Mahone, SAE International
Traceability As The Key Weapon Against Counterfeit � IPC 1782 Standard

Zac Elliott, Mentor Graphics
Session 2 - Standards and Materials
JEDEC�s New JESD243: Is It an Industry Standard for Counterfeit Electronic Parts - or Something Less?

Robert S. Metzger, Rogers Joseph O'Donnell., Mark Northrup, IEC
Counterfeit Parts Standards and Certification

Dale Gordon, ANAB
SAE AS6174A Counterfeit Materiel; "Assuring Acquisition of Authentic and Conforming Materiel"

Robert Tipton, Wyle
Session 3: Directions and Solutions
Recent Trends in Counterfeit Electronic Parts

Fred Schipp, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane
Supply Chain Hardware Integrity for Electronics Defense (SHIELD) using Small "Dielets"

Len Chorosinski, Northrop Grumman ES
Independent Distributors' Role in Securing the Supply Chain

Jason Jowers, Velocity Electronics
Session 4 - Future Technologies
Electronic Component Authentication Technology

Tom Bergman, Battelle
Securing Your Supply Chain from Counterfeit Parts Through Real-Time, Electronic Chip Traceability

Phillip Zulueta, Special Consultant, Optimal Plus, Ltd., Yaacov De Russo, Director of Business Development, Optimal Plus, Ltd.

Leveraging the IoT for real-time identification and authentication of electronic parts and components

Louis Parks, SecureRF Corporation
A Covert Solution to Protect Components, Assemblies and Products.

Mark Manning, iTRACE Technologies
Maintenance Depot Counterfeit Detection Assessments Utilizing Electromagnetic Emission

Walter Keller, Nokomis
Wednesday, June 29
Session 5: Defining Counterfeits
Keynote Address 2: Getting Ready for Coming Deluge of Complex Cloned Devices

Thomas Sharpe, SMT Corp
Understanding How ISO/IEC 17025 Areditation is Needed For AS6171

Anne Poncheri, AP Quality Consulting
A Major Paradigm Shift � Replacement Part Manufacturers

Paula George, DLA
Counterfeit or Nonconforming?: A Characterization of Errors We Make Today

Kevin Sink, TTI
Session 6: Legal Issues
Investigation and Prosecution of EPIC International Electronics

Brian Resler, US Department of Justice

The Importance of dealing with and being a Responsible Contractor

Keith Gregory, Snell & Wilmer

Session 7: Latest Technologies
3D Printable Electronics and the Rise of the Counterfeiting Threat

Sharon Flank, InfraTrac
Laser Scanning Microscopy for Counterfeit Detection

Martine Simard-Normandin, MuAnalysis
The Next Challenge for X-Ray Counterfeit Detection: PCB Assemblies

Bill Cardoso, Creative Electron, Inc.
Session 8: Views Across Supply Chain
Using FMEA As A support for A proactive Obsolescence Management

Andre Oliveira, Embraer S.A.
Parts Management Program for Obsolescence Management

Sultan Lilani, Integra Technologies
Customs and Border Control Issues from the Perspective of an Independent Distributor and its Counsel

Facilitated by Keith Gregory, Snell & Wilmer, Brett Johnson, Snell & Wilmer,Robb Hammond, AERI
Closing Observations

Diganta Das, CALCE - UMD

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