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Appendix A Agenda Plenary Session of Workshop March 21, 2007 Opening Remarks Konstantin Frolov, Institute of Machine Sciences (Russian cochair) Siegfried Hecker, Stanford University (American cochair) Reports of Working Groups and of Cooperative Activities Bioterrorism Working Group • David R. Franz, Midwest Research Institute • Sergei Netesov, Novosibirsk State University Transportation Vulnerabilities Working Group • George Bugliarello, Polytechnic University • Konstantin Frolov, Institute of Machine Sciences Energy System Vulnerabilities Working Group • Siegfried Hecker, Stanford University 217

218 COUNTERING TERRORISM Cooperation in Addressing Radiological Terrorism • Siegfried Hecker, Stanford University • Leonid Bolshov, Nuclear Safety Institute Presentations International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Activities in Preventing Radiological and Nuclear Terrorism, Miroslav Gregoric, Office of Nuclear Security, Department of Nuclear Safety and Security, IAEA Struggle with the Threat of New Infectious Diseases in the Twenty-First Century, Sergei Netesov, Novosibirsk State University Strategy of Russia in Countering Terrorism in Current Times, Valentin Sobolev, National Security Council of Russia Basic Tendencies in the Development of Global Terrorism, Raphael Perl, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Unified Russian Governmental System in Countering Terrorism and the Tasks of the National Anti-Terrorism Committee, O. M. Zhidkov, National Anti- Terrorism Committee Scientific-Technical Activities of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in the Struggle with Terrorism, John O’Neil, U.S. Department of Homeland Security Methods of Combating Suicide Bombers, Mordecai Dzikansky, Detective and Representative to the Israel National Police, New York City Police Department (retired) Closing Session Discussion of Presentations Plans for Future Meetings Closing Remarks • Siegfried Hecker, Stanford University • Konstantin Frolov, Institute of Machine Sciences

APPENDIX A 219 Working Group on Bioterrorism Presentations and List of Additional Participants Emerging Viral Infections on the Territory of the Asian Part of Russia, Sergei Netesov, Novosibirsk State University Modulation of Innate Immunity to Protect Against the Biological Weapons Threat, Vitaly Zverev, Andzharpidzhe Institute for Antiviral Preparations Species Neutral Disease Surveillance and Other Opportunities in International Biosecurity, David R. Franz, Midwest Research Institute Raman Bio-Identification Robot Analysis and Reporting of Results to Operator Control Unit, Russ Zajtchuk, Chicago Hospitals International International Cooperation on Disease Surveillance in the Context of the Biological Weapons Convention, Michael Moodie, Consultant Commentaries • Vadim Ivanov, Director, Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry • Valery Galchenko, Director, RAS Institute of Microbiology • Aleksandr Ginsburg, Vice President of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences (RAMS) • Viktor Zavorokhin, Deputy Director, Office of Federal Medical and Biological Agency • Mikhail V. Ugrumov, Councilor of the Presidium of the RAS on Foreign Affairs, Professor and Chief of both the Laboratory of Hormonal Regulations, RAS Institute of Developmental Biology, and the Laboratory of Neurohistology, RAMS Institute of Normal Physiology Site Visits Federal Medical-Biological Agency (Moscow) • Mikhail Kiselev, Deputy Director • Valery Dobritsa, Director of Research Institute of Highly Pure Biopreparations • Vladimir Romanov, Chief State Sanitary Doctor for Organizations and Territories • Gennady Galkin, Office for Organization of Scientific Research

220 COUNTERING TERRORISM • Natalya Kalinina, Independent Consultant Center for Hygiene and Epidemiology of Moscow • Aleksandr Ivanenko, Chief Doctor, Management and Administration • Aleksandr Mizgailov, Deputy Chief Doctor, Management and Administration • Irina Litkina, Department of Epidemiological Supervision • Natalya Volkova, Manager of Epidemiological Department • Nina Salova, Manager of Department, Microbiology Laboratory • Vitaly Pugachov, Department of Activity Planning and Organization Research Institute for Influenza (St. Petersburg) • Mariana Yerofeeva, Chief of Laboratory for Trials of New Antiviral Preparations • Lyudmila Tsybalova, Deputy Director for Science Research Institute of Highly Pure Biopreparations (St. Petersburg) • Sergei Ketlinsky, Deputy Director for Science • Aleksandr Ishchenko, Head of Protein Biochemistry Laboratory • Andrei Simbirtsev, Head of Laboratory of Immunopharmacology Public Health Center of the City of St. Petersburg Working Group on Transportation Vulnerabilities Presentations Scientific Basis for Countering Urban Transportation Terrorism, Konstantin Frolov, Institute of Machine Sciences Control and Supervision as a Prerequisite for Ensuring Safety of Transportation Systems, Vladimir Chertok, Federal Transportation Supervision Service Counterterrorism Awareness Training for Mass Transit: Employees, Customers, Police Officers, Joseph Bober, New Jersey Transit Police Department National and International Priorities in Countering Transport Terrorism, Vladimir Lopatin, Research Institute of Intellectual Property

APPENDIX A 221 Strategic Approach in Protecting Transportation Facilities, Mordecai Dzikansky, New York Police Department (retired) Application of Magnetic Inductive Tomography for Control of Passenger Flow, Vladimir Cherepenin, Institute for Radio Engineering and Electronics Measures and Technologies for Ensuring Blast Proofing and Blast Resistance of Transportation, Industrial, Energy, and Civil Facilities, Adolf Mishuev, Blast Resistance Research and Development Center Transportation Planning that Takes into Account Evacuation Concerns, John Falcocchio, Polytechnic University Countering Terrorism in Organizing the Operation of Complex Transportation Systems, Viktor Dosenko, International Academy of Transport General Issues in Preventing and Responding to Transportation Incidents, George Bugliarello, Polytechnic University Special Features and Damaging Factors of Technological Terrorism, Nikolai Makhutov, Institute of Machine Sciences Site Visits Research Institute for Civil Defense and Disaster Management (EMERCOM) • S. Kachanov, Deputy Director for Civil Defense and Disaster Management • Sergei Todoseichuk, Chief of Emergency and Rescue • Valery Akimov, Chief of Center for Strategic Research • A. P. Popov, Chief of Information Technologies Department • I. V. Sosunov, Specialist Research Institute for Fire Protection (EMERCOM) • Irek Khasanov, Chief of Research Institute for Fire Protection • Aleksandr Matyushin, Deputy Chief Research Institute for Fire Protection Northwest Regional Center for Civil Defense, Emergency Situations, and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disasters, and Center’s Field Station for Search and Rescue (EMERCOM, St. Petersburg)

222 COUNTERING TERRORISM Municipal Security Committee (St. Petersburg) Emergency Response Center (St. Petersburg) Working Group on Energy System Vulnerabilities Presentations Development of Strategic Master Plan for Submarine Decommissioning as Example of an Approach to Decisions on Global Safety Issues, Ashot Sarkisov, Nuclear Safety Institute Security of Pipelines, Sergei Serebryakov, RAS Institute of Oil and Gas Problems Underwater Technologies for Liquified Natural Gas and Strengthening of Global Energy Safety, Vyacheslav Kuznetsov, Russian Research Center— Kurchatov Institute Electromagnetic Terrorism: Threat for the Energy Infrastructure of a State, Yury Parfyonov, Scientific Association for High Temperatures Industry-Sponsored Studies of Vulnerabilities of U.S. Power Systems, Siegfried Hecker, Stanford University Security of Nuclear Power Plants, John Ahearne, Sigma Xi (presented by Siegfried Hecker, Stanford University) Current Russian Requirements on Protection of Nuclear Power Facilities, Boris Krupchatnikov, Rostekhnadzor Homeland Security and Energy Facilities, Drew Lieb, New Jersey State Police U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Interest in Science and Technology to Counter Terrorism, John O’Neil, U.S. Department of Homeland Security Safety of Gas Pipelines, Vitaly Gridin, Oil and Gas Research Institute Strategic Approach to Protecting Energy Facilities, Rafael Perl, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe

APPENDIX A 223 Site Visits Central Production and Control Department, Gazprom Rosenergoatom Crisis Center Institute of Information and Automation of the Russian Academy of Sciences (St. Petersburg) Center of Environmental Security of the Russian Academy of Sciences (St. Petersburg)

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