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Suggested Citation:"AGENDA." 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 24 AGENDA Monday October 27, 2003 7:30 a.m. Continental breakfast 8:00 Call to Order and Meeting Objectives Robert Hermann, Chair Topic 1: Security Technologies Overview 8:05 Overview of Private Sector Applications and Approaches Richard Jotcham 8:40 Overview of Government/Military Applications and Approaches Michael Kolodny 9:15 Discussion Topic 2: Systems 9:50 Nano Computing and Sensor Systems Kwan Kwok 10:10 Commercial RFID Systems Rich Fletcher 10:30 Sensing Systems Overview Chris Murphy 10:50 Discussion Topic 3: Natural Chem/Bio Tags 11:15 Design Considerations for “Electronic Nose” Chemical Sensors Systems Alan Gelperin 11:35 Nanoscale Chemical Sensors Steven Martin 12:05 p.m. Discussion 12:30 Lunch Topic 4: Passive Chem/Bio Tags 1:30 Isotopic and Fluorescent Taggants Todd Allen 1:50 Bio/Electronic Taggants Jill Trewhella

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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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