Symposium on Counterfeit Parts and Materials

Technical Symposium & Expo: June 27-28, 2017
Workshops: June 29, 2017
College Park, MD

Program Chair: Dr. Diganta Das, CALCE (

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Tuesday, June 27
Opening Remarks

Diganta Das, Ph.D., CALCE
Session 1 : Opening Session - New Concerns and Response
Keynote talk 1: "Cloned" Devices - How Similar or Different Are Those from Originals

Thomas Sharpe, SMT Corp
SAE and its Role in Developing Suite of Counterfeit Electronics and Materiel Avoidance Standards

Judith Ritchie, SAE International
Session 2 - Standards Development to Fight Counterfeit
Risk Assessment in SAE 6171

Michael Azarian, Ph.D., CALCE
JESD-243, Who is it Intended to Serve

Lee Mathiesen, Lansdale Semiconductor Inc.
Meeting the 'Risk Assessment' Requirements of ISO 9001:2015, AS9100D or AS9120B

Anne Poncheri, InterCEPT
Session 3: Panel Discussion on Role of Test Laboratories in Reporting
Session 4 - Future Technologies for Tracking and Detection
Supply Chain Hardware Integrity for Electronics Defense (SHIELD) using Small "Dielets"

Len Chorosinski, P.E., Northrop Grumman ES
Barricade: Authentication Testing of Integrated Circuits through Power Consumption Waveform Analysis

Tom Bergman, Battelle

Advanced Detection of Electronic Counterfeits (ADEC) for Enhanced Supply Chain Assurance Against Sophisticated Counterfeits

Andrew Portune, Ph.D., Nokomis, Inc.
Counterfeit Detection Using Power Spectrum Analysis

Guillermo Loubriel, Ph.D.,Sandia National Laboratories
Wednesday, June 28
Session 5: Counterfeits in Electronic Product Life Cycle
Keynote Address 2: An Overview of Historical Trends Relating to Suspect Counterfeit, Non-Conforming and High Risk Electronic Components

Mark Snider, ERAI
The Authorized Bonafides - Definitions Matter

Dan Deisz, Rochester Electronics
Existing Obsolescence Prediction Models Are Now Obsolete

Bill Fliegel, MBA, Converge, an Arrow Company
Special Plenary Talk: A Systems Engineering Approach to Cyber Physical Systems Security

Prof. John Chandy, Ph.D. UConn Center for Hardware Assurance, Security and Engineering
Session 6: Detection of Counterfeit Parts
Supply Chain Maintenance Using Reverse Engineering

Bill Cardoso, Ph.D., Creative Electron, Inc.

Inspection Tool and Techniques for Detecting Counterfeit Parts

Peter Panaguiton, GIDEP

Session 7: Tracking Parts Through Supply Chain
Deployed Forensic Cloud-Based Track & Trace Platform

Bob MacDowell, Applied DNA Sciences
JTAG Interrogator to Validate Electronic Parts

Ryan Jones, Corelis Inc.
Fraudulent Parts Reduction via RFID-Enabled Drone Inventory Management and Supply Chain Optimization

Latasha Taylor Starr, University of Texas at Arlington
Session 8: Visit with Exhibitors
Tiered Approach Sourcing of Electronics and DFARS Clause 252.246-7008

David Archibeque and John Petty, IEC Electronics
What is an Authorized Aftermarket Manufacturer

Lee Mathiesen, Lansdale Semiconductor Inc.
Panel Discussion: Lessons from the Industry

Sally Arno, Freedom Sales
Jerry Martinez, NASA
Bob Tipton, Wyle

Closing Observations

Diganta Das, Ph.D., CALCE

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