Symposium on Avoiding, Detecting, and Preventing Counterfeit Electronic Parts

Presented On: September 9-10, 2008
Presented At: Samuel Riggs Alumni Center
University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742

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Introduction to the symposium Dr. Diganta Das, CALCE, University of Maryland 
Global Supply Chain of Electronics and Cost Consequences Prof. Sandborn, CALCE, University of Maryland
Quality Independent Distributor Perspective Debra N. Eggeman, IDEA 

Security Assurance and Authentication in Global Trade Networks Gene Panger, TUV Rheinland Group 
Counterfeit Components and Related Legal Issues Laurence E. Pappas, Channel One Group 
Intellectual Property – the Primary Legal Principle behind Counterfeit Definitions Prof. Patricia E. Campbell, University of Maryland Law School 
GIDEP Reporting System for Counterfeit Parts William Pumford, GIDEP 

Nature and Extent of The Counterfeit Part Problem – How Do You Measure? Mark Crawford, U.S. Department of Commerce 
Interception and Prevention of Counterfeit Electronic Parts
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Alexander Amdur, Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
AIA Efforts in Counterfeit Part Prevention Art Mester, Boeing

Risk Mitigation for Receiving Counterfeit Parts Kinn Roopwah, Boeing 
Raytheon North Texas Counterfeit Risk Mitigation Process for Non-Franchised Distributors James Izzo, Raythoen
Managing a Complex Supply Chain – An Open Market History, Tools & Techniques Dan DiMase
Detecting Counterfeit COTS Computer Boards Dr. Greg Shannon, SET Corporation 
Counterfeit Electronics: A Peek into the Future Diganta Das, CALCE, University of Maryland
Trusted Electronics Supply Chain Sydney Pope, Office of the Secretary of Defense
Covert Marker Technology Peter D. Gabriele, ARmark Authentication Technologies, LLC 
Nanomaterials + Nanobers for Anti – Counterfeiting Applications Morton Greene, INKODE International 
Scrap Control to Reduce Incidents of Counterfeiting George Terefenko, ZARLINK Semiconductor 

Counterfeit Issues in Passive Components Robert Willis, ECA
Certification Program requirements for Brokers Leon Hamiter, CTI 
Laboratory Tools and Methods for Detection of Counterfeit Components Dan Gibbs, Benchmark Electronics 
Tools and Techniques of Inspection to Detect Counterfeit Parts Hal Rotchadl, Premier Semiconductor Services 
Electrical Testing for Counterfeit Detection Mark Marshall, Integra Technology 

Counterfeit Components Avoidance Gary Efronson, Fischer Technology
Counterfeit Abatement and Reworked Component Detection Program Art Ogg, World Micro 
The True Cost of Counterfeiting and Piracy
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Mark Esper, US Chamber of Commerce
Identity Management Standards for Product Life Cycle of Electronic Parts Ya-Shian Li-Baboud, NIST
Counterfeit Avoidance through Improved Supply Chain Collaboration John P. Brown, Verical 
Up Coming Event Nov 11- 12, 2008