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Suggested Citation:"PRESENTERS." National Research Council. 2004. Summary of the Sensing and Positioning Technology Workshop of the Committee on Nanotechnology for the Intelligence Community: Interim Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11032.
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APPENDIX A 23 Appendix A Workshop Presenters, Agenda, and Attendees PRESENTERS Topic 1: Securities Technologies Overview Presenters: Richard Jotcham, Axess Technologies Ltd. Michael Kolodny, U.S. Army Research Laboratory Topic 2: Systems Presenters: Kwan Kwok, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Rich Fletcher, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and TagSense, Inc. Chris Murphy, NRC Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology Topic 3: Natural Chem/Bio Tags Presenters: Alan Gelperin, Monell Chemical Senses Center Steven Martin, Sandia National Laboratories Topic 4: Passive Chem/Bio Tags Presenters: Todd Allen, Isotag, Inc. Jill Trewhella, Los Alamos National Laboratory Topic 5: Radio/Radar/Optical Tags Presenters: Mark Shellans, Pathfinder Technology, Inc. Bill Hurley, Inkode Dennis Prather, University of Delaware Stephen Griggs, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

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The second activity performed by the NRC for the Intelligence Technology Innovation Center was a workshop to explore how nanotechnology might enable advances in sensing and locating technology. Participants at this workshop focused on tagging, sensing, and tracking applications of interest to the intelligence community. This report presents a summary of that workshop. In includes an overview of security technologies, and discussions of systems, natural chemical/biological tags, passive chemical/biological tags, and radio/radar/optical tags.

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