Why Attend?

  • Analyse the CBRNe threats faced to the United Kingdom
  • Review European Military CBRNe capabilities
  • Understand first responder techniques to a CBRNe attack
  • Discuss recent case studies of CBRNe attacks faced across Europe
  • Network with the largest gathering of CBRNe officials in Europe
9th
April
2019

CBRNe Summit Europe 2019

Birmingham, United Kingdom
9th April 2019 - 11th April 2019

University of Rome "Tor Vergata"

The Department of Electronic Engineering (DIE) of University of Rome “Tor Vergata” was founded in 1983 and now counts about 150 people, including faculty, staff, and cooperating personnel.In terms of traditional scientific areas, the department’s expertise lies in the disciplines of control theory, electronics, electrical engineering, measurements, opto-electronics, telecommunications but also safety, security, defence and intelligence However, today research is typically carried out with multi-disciplinary approaches, dealing with specific application scenarios and systems. In this since the beginning, many of the DIE teachings and research activities have had the aim to develop, deepen and promote national and international scientific and technical education, studies and researches in the field of Territorial Protection, Safety, Security and Intelligence. In particular the Research Area “Security and Defence” offers expertise in the following sectors: Homeland Security, Military Defence, Civil Defence, Civil Protection, CBRNe Risk and WMD Counterproliferation.