Program 2017

The conference program is under development

May 29th

2017 CBRNe Research and Innovation Conference opening by local and national authorities

  • Historical background
  • New threats
  • Innovative responses
  • Technological challenges
  • Industrial responses
  • Economical and legal aspects


May 30th to June 1st - Communications submitted (before validation by the Scientific Committee)


  • M DROUET: New treatment paradigms for mitigation of accidental/intentional terrorist irradiations
  • M ABEND: Gene expression analysis used for early prediction of the late occurring hematological acute radiation syndrome
  • E CARNIEL: Drug resistances in highly pathogenic bacteria such as Y. pestis: a concern
  • P BLAIN: Incapacitating Chemical Agents and other Less-Lethal Technologies
  • R GRUNOW: EMERGE- an EU wide Joint Action for the Detection of Highly Pathogenic Infectious Agents
  • K KUCA: Novel acetylcholinesterase reactivators
  • L A LUMLEY: Efficacious treatment of soman-induced status epilepticus with synergistic drug combinations



  • F ARDUINI: sustainable and miniaturised paper-based printed biosensors for CWA detection
  • H WINGFORS: Exposure assessments in the occupational environment of deployed soldiers
  • JU MULLOT: Chemical exposure assessment in mobile decontamination unit
  • S SCHUTZER: Microbial Forensics in Investigation of Biocrimes and as a Countermeasure
  • D NOORT: Development of methods for assessment of chemical exposures within the framework of the Generic Integrated Forensic Toolbox (GIFT) EU project


Protection & Decontamination

  • M WATANABE: Production of flexible carbon in hydrothermal condition: base material of adsorbent for hydrophilic compounds from lignocellulose
  • H MAIBACH: Mechanisms of skin decontamination
  • A ROUL: Fuller’s Earth characterization & performance for skin decontamination
  • R CHILCOTT: Recent advances in mass casualty decontamination research