CSCM – World Congress on CBRNe Science & Consequence Management

CSCM – World Congress on CBRNe Science & Consequence Management

30th May – 3rd June 2016

Tbilisi, Georgia

 

CLIMVIB is pleased to announce the upcoming CSCM – World Congress on CBRNe Science & Consequence Management that will be held between 30th May and 3rd June 2016 in Tbilisi, Georgia.

The World Congress on CBRNe Science & Consequence Management is an annual meeting that brings together around 250 experts from more than 40 countries, in order to share knowledge and encourage free discussion in a relaxed and collaborative environment. The CSCM (CBRNe Science and Consequence Management) series of conferences started in 1998 and so far has contributed to international science with over 2,500 international scientific papers published.

The 2016 World Congress on CBRNe Science & Consequence Management aims at bringing together experts concerned with the scientific, technical and policy aspects of CBRNe and WMD threats and responses. In particular, the main focus of this year’s edition will be on the on chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) counterproliferation and counterterrorism issues, with the goal of better understanding and acting to minimize the CBRNe threat.

Participants will include:

  • Government, Industry, Military, and Academic professionals in science, medicine, policy and planning;
  • Medical, public health and research professionals, including primary care physicians, veterinarians, and practitioners;
  • Local, regional and national laboratory representatives;
  • First responders and HAZMAT specialists including emergency, crisis management, and civil defense personnel;
  • Specialists in risk management, planning, training and local community interface and crisis communications;
  • Industry leaders, including scientists and engineers.

The 2016 edition is officially supported by OPCW, the EU CBRN CoE program, UNICRI, and the Government of Georgia (Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Environment and the Eliava Institute).

CSCM Tbilisi 2016 here

Abstracts info here

Registration here

For further information contact questions@cscm-congress.org

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