Counterfeit Electronic Parts and Electronic Supply Chain Symposium - Nov/Dec 2010

November 30-December 2, 2010
University of Maryland, College Park
College Park, MD

CALCE EPS Consortium members have access to the full presentations
If you are not a member or attendee, you will need to register for Articles access account

Day 1 - November 30, 2010
Session 1
Introduction to the Symposium Diganta Das, UMD
Where We Are in Government
Brian Hughitt, NASA
Legal Issues Surrounding Fraud Monica Aquino-Thieman, NASA

Electronic Distribution Panel Discussion

Robin Gray – NEDA (moderator)
Ed Smith, Avnet (panelist)
Dave Doherty, Digi-Key (panelist)
Melanie Pizzey, TTI (panelist)

Session 2
Counterfeit Reporting & Information Repository Lee Plowden
Session 3
A Simple Solution to Authenticate IC without Marking or Modification to the Production Process Quincy Mattingly, AlpVision
Hardware Intrinsic Security: Eliminating Counterfeiting at the Source Marten van Hulst, Intrinsic ID
Securing the Electronic Parts Supply Chain at the SGTIN Item Level Liz Churchill, Bilcare Technologies
End Noise Digitizer Morton Greene, Inkode Int’l; Conrad Chmara, e-Thenticate
Session 4
Counterfeit Trends - Increasing Difficulties in Detection Mark Marshall, Integra Technologies
Material Forensic Based Detection Bhanu Sood, CALCE/University of Maryland


Day 2 - December 1, 2010
Session 1
Robust Supply Chain Management in Counterfeit Risk Mitigation Carol Pepin, General Dynamics
How Parker Electronic Systems Developed an AS5553 Compliant Counterfeit Electronic Parts Control Plan James Hermann, Parker Aerospace
Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement Kenya Merritt, FBI
Session 2
Federal Procurement Panel Sydney Pope, Department of Defense (Moderator)
Rob Leibrandt, OSD Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy (panelist)
Fred Schipp, MDA (panelist)
Charlie Whitmeyer, Orbital (panelist)
Session 3
Countering the Counterfeit Threat: Embedded Authentication Technology to Address Counterfeit Microelectronics Concerns Gregory Zawitoski, National Semiconductor
The Wrong Way and Right Way of Retaining a Testing Laboratory Keith Gregory, Greenberg & Bass; and Kristal Snider, ERAI
Intellectual Property: Observations on Efforts to Quantify the Economic Effects of Counterfeit and Pirated Goods Pedro Almoguera, Government Accountability Office
Session 4
Another Aspect of Counterfeit— Addressing Lead-free in the Aerospace Supply Chain William Procarione, Boeing Defense, Space & Security
Combating Counterfeit Electronics Wayne Moss, NAVSEA
Research Directions Diganta Das, CALCE