Counterfeit Electronic Parts &
Electronic Supply Chain Symposium
December 6 – 7, 2011

Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort, Garden Grove (Anaheim), CA

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Day 1 - December 06, 2011
Session 1
Electronics Parts and Subsystems Supply Chain 

Diganta Das, CALCE, University of Maryland
The Latest Counterfeit Processes

Tom Sharpe, SMT Corporation ( No full version)
Session 2

Risk Mitigation to Avoid Counterfeit Components

A Practical Approach to Mitigating the Impact of Counterfeit Components

Marty Lanning, XTREME Semiconductor

Dave Loaney, Premier Semiconductor Services LLC
Session 3
Engaging the Consumer to Authenticate Products Using a Physically Unclonable Function

Huda Midani, Schreiner ProSecure

Sustaining the Integrity of Design Engineering with PKI

Admir Abdurahmanovic, PrimeKey Soultions AB

Thomas Arkwright, PhD

Moving Beyond Human Perception for Counterfeit Mitigation Leonard Nelson, ChromoLogic LLC
Session 4
Authentication Applications Across Supply Chain Janice Meraglia, Applied DNA Science
Integrating Obsolescence with Program Goals to Avoid Counterfeit Components

Denise Lingenfelter, Channel One International
Understanding Applicable Standards in Selecting Electronic Component Vendors Gary Beckstedt, World Mirco (Not presented at symposium)
Corporate Quality and Services Presentation

Giles Aouizerat, Mark Pappas, PCX Inc.
Day 2 - December 07, 2011
Session 5
Mitigating Counterfeit Electronic Parts Risk Through Standardized Certification of Distributors
Philip Zulueta, NASA
Supplier Quality Requirements with Authorized Distribution (Presented by Mark Stander) Kevin Sink, TTI. Inc. ( Presented by Mark Stander)
Session 6
Developing and Implementing an Effective Anti-Counterfeiting Program 
Tom Peistrup, Tantalo & Adler LLP.

Impact on Gray Market protection and Comparison to IP Laws

Milt Springnut, David Kalow, Kalow & Springnut.

Confronting the Problem of Counterfeit Components from a Legal Perspective

Keith Gregory, Greenberg & Bass, LLC.
Session 7

Panel Discussion

Laser Decapsulation and Counterfeit Detection

Adavanced Radiography Topics: Potential Damage to Electronic Components

Non Destructive Methods for the Detection of Counterfeit Parts

Moderator: Bhanu Sood, PhD., CALCE, University of Maryland

Panelists: Erik Jordan, Nisene Technology

Bill Cardoso, Ph.D., Creative Electron;

Katherine Whittington, Honeywell

Session 8
Counterfeits Made with Harvested Die - How it's Done and Detection
Robert Hammond, Charles Irvin, American Electronic Resource Inc.
Counterfeit Trends - Increasing Difficulties in Detection
Mark Marshall, Integra Technologies LLC
Non-compliant or Suspect Counterfeit Packaging Materials In the Supply Chain Cannot be Overlooked!
Bob Vermillion, RMV Technology Group LLC
Closing Remarks
Diganta Das, CALCE, University of Maryland

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