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2nd International Conference on CBRNe

SICC Series

Roma, 10-12 Dicembre 2020


Paper of Just-in-time training webinar of June 18

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Thesis Session 2, Second Level Master CBRNe

Dear colleagues,
It is a pleasure announce that two of the candidates of the CBRNe Master Course (2nd Level) have completed the Master:
- Dr. Tonino Guerrieri (Italian Fire Fighters) has discussed a thesis on the new technologies system used in the case of the CBRNe event.
- Col. Floriano Antonangeli (Italian Army) has discussed a thesis on the quality system for the CBRNe supplies and education&training system.
The Commission, composed by Dr. Andrea Malizia, Dr. Daniele Di Giovanni, Dr. Riccardo Quaranta, Dr. Pasquale Gaudio, and Dr. Colomba Russo, is proud of the works presented and make the best wishes to the candidates.
Stay TUNED!
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National Commission for Elrderly Assistance

Dear colleagues, It is a pleasure to announce that the Director of the #MasterCBRN and Full Professor in Epidemiology, Prof. Leonardo Palombi and Prof. Giuseppe Liotta (both from the Department of Biomedicine and Prevention of the Università di Roma Tor Vergata) have been nominated member of the National Commission for Elderly Assistance by the Italian Ministry of Health (Ministero della Salute, On. Roberto Speranza) The President of the Commission is Mons. Vincenzo Paglia. The idea was born during the #COVID19 emergency that has shown some critical issues in the #RSA and elderly sanitary management. The commission is composed of distinguished members of Italian Society with human and scientific backgrounds in order to guarantee an interdisciplinary interaction. The Directive Board and Staff of #MasterCBRN want to congratulate Prof. Palombi and Prof. Liotta for this important achievement. STAY TUNED!
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New scientific paper published

Carestia M., Di Giovanni D. , Gaudio P. (1), Martellucci L. , Rossi R. ,Anselmi M., Divizia A., Divizia M., Malizia A., Palombi L. (20209. On the use of laser-induced fluorescence for biological agent detection. SOCIETÀ ITALIANA DI FISICA, 106° CONGRESSO NAZIONALE, 14-18 SETTEMBRE 2020. atticon12846, ISBN: 978-88-7438-123-4

 

ABSTRACT

The uncontrolled spread of biological agents, such as bacteria and viruses, could be hazardous for human health. Despite the interest in detecting their presence, the common methods are usually impracticable, since the diagnosis methods could be invasive or require a lot of consumables which make the cost unsustainable. A good candidate to biological agent detection is the Laser-Induced Fluorescence (LIF) spectroscopy since the emitted spectra are characteristic of the chemical composition of the agent. Tests on some biological agents have been performed and the classification and detection performances have been evaluated.

 

CLICK HERE TO CONTACT the main authors: Dr. Mariachiara Carestia, Dr. Daniele Di Giovanni and Dr. Pasquale Gaudio

 

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New Scientific paper published

Dear colleagues,

 

It is a pleasure announce that the paper:

"Post-Mortem Investigation Through Virtual Autopsy Techniques: Proposal of a New Diagnostic Approach to Reduce the Risks of Operators During Emergencies"

by: Andrea Malizia, Laura Filograna, Colleen Patricia Ryan and Guglielmo Manenti

 

has been published on the International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering

Vol. 10, No. 4, August, 2020, pp. 535

doi: https://doi.org/10.18280/ijsse.100413-541

 

link: http://www.iieta.org/journals/ijsse/paper/10.18280/ijsse.100413

 

STAY TUNED!

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