Symposium on Counterfeit Electronic Parts - West

June 8-11, 2010
Honeywell Deer Valley
Deer Valley (Phoenix), AZ

CALCE EPS Consortium members have access to the full presentations

Day 1 - June 8, 2010
Welcome and Introduction Diganta Das, Ph.D., CALCE/University of Maryland
Keynote: Intellectual Property in the Context of International Trade

Stan McCoy, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative

Keynote: Department of Commerce Findings

Mark Crawford, US Department of Commerce

Session 1
Intellectual Property Enforcement: Competing for Limited Resources

Tim Trainer, Global Intellectual Property Strategy Center, P.C.

Counterfeited Electronic Parts and Customs Enforcement

Michael Lee, World Customs Organization (WCO)

Criminal Prosecutions of Counterfeit Technology: Common Concerns, Solutions and Clinical Studies

Richard Nelson and Louis Feuchtbaum, Sideman & Bancroft LLP

Combating Counterfeit Electronics

John M. Butler, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)

US Law Enforcement Panel Discussion

William "Jay" Strauch, DCIS Columbus RA
Karin Jarman, Intellectual Property Rights Unit, FBI
Erin Michaels, Naval Criminal Investigative Service
Corbin Wickman, ICE Investigations
Edward Tarver, ICE Investigations

Moderator: Tim Trainer, Global Intellectual Property Strategy Center, P.C.


Session 2
Counterfeit EEE Parts Risk Mitigation-G19 Activities

Dan DiMase, Honeywell

MDA Site Visits, AS6081 Distributor Assessments

Fred Schipp, Missile Defense Agency

How to Think About Counterfeits – Evaluating Anti-Counterfeit Partners and Strategies with Business Fundamentals Philip Comer, DMEA
X-Ray Inspection Systems for Counterfeit Detection

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


Day 2 - June 9, 2010
Keynote Address: Counterfeits in the U.S. Supply Chain

Belva Martin, Government Accountability Office

Session 3
Using Heated Solvents and C-SAM to Detect Counterfeits

Tom Sharpe, SMT Corporation

Material Characterization Techniques for Part Authentication

Bhanu Sood, CALCE/University of Maryland

Session 4
Spectroscopic Fingerprinting of Electronic Parts

Sharon Flank, InfraTrac

Engaging the Consumer with Technology to Facilitate Proactive Prevention

Huda Midani, Schreiner ProSecure

Strategies for Fighting Counterfeit Electronics-Track and Trace Begins at WIP

James Williams, Ph.D., Polyonics, Inc.

Verifying Trust for Defense Use Commercial Electronics

Sydney Pope, Department of Defense

Supply Chain Panel Discussion

Bob Bodemuller, Ball Aerospace & Technologies
Robin Gray, National Electronic Distributors Association
Lisa Maestas, Texas Instruments
Fred Schipp, Missile Defense Agency
Tom Sharpe, SMT Corporation/IDEA

Moderator: Phil Zulueta, Jet Propulsion Laboratory


Session 5
Counterfeit Part Detection in Assembled Products

Daniel Hartgerink, NASA

Counterfeit Prevention & Detection Strategies: Cost Versus Risk Assessment

Randy Kong, DfR Solutions

Counterfeit Trends – Increasing Difficulties in Detection

Mark Marshall, Integra Technologies

Research Directions

Diganta Das, Ph.D., CALCE/University of Maryland


Symposium Technical Committee
Diganta Das, Ph.D., CALCE/University of Maryland, Conference Chair
Dan Dimase, Honeywell Technology Solutions, Conference Co-Chair