Why Attend?

  • Analyse the latest CBRNe Capabilities across EMEA
  • Review the emerging CBRNe threats faced to our governments
  • Understand the importance of Civil-Military cooperation in dealing with CBRNe threats
  • Discuss the developments in Chem-Bio threats to major cities
  • Network with leading CBRNe professionals from the public and private sectors
17th
April
2018

CBRNe Summit Europe 2018

Rome, Italy
17th April 2018 - 19th April 2018

Professor Roberto Mugavero

Roberto Mugavero - Degree in Environmental Engineering, Professor of  “Action Planning for Homeland Security” at University of Rome “Tor Vergata”- Faculty of Engineering, Scientific Director of Master of Science “Systems and Electronic Technologies for Security, Defence and Intelligence” at University of Rome “Tor Vergata” - Department of Electronic Engineering, Head of Branch Security, Defence and Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Risk at University of Rome “Tor Vergata” - Department of Electronic Engineering. President of the national “Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defence”. President of the “National Association of Volunteer Firefighters”, Legal entity established with President of Republic Decree no. 1160 on December 18, 1972. Professor and Conferences Speaker in the fields of Security, Safety, CBRNe Risk, Emergency Management, Risk Management, Crime Prevention and Technological-Industrial Risk. National CBRN Defense Expert and Italian Representative, as "Coordination Expert CBRN" in the European Civil Protection Task Force.Board Member at the Ministry of the Interior and at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers - National Department of Civil Protection. Volunteer Firefighter Officer, Rank Colonel, at Rome Fire Brigade.Board Member at ISPRO Institute - Italian Institute for Studies and Research on Security, Civil Protection and Defense. He also collaborates with several Organizations, Associations, Magazines and Industry in the field of Security and Safety. He has participated in many national and international exercises and emergency activities.