NSF PA/M 03-32 - May 27, 2003
NSF Speakers to Keynote Symposium on Intelligence and Security
Like researchers in many scientific fields, the law enforcement,
forensic analysis and intelligence communities face significant
information overload as well as tremendous opportunities for
innovation. The first National Science Foundation (NSF) and
National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Symposium on Intelligence and
Security Informatics, being held June 2-3, 2003, in Tucson,
Arizona, will highlight information technologies and policy
issues for crime analysis, intelligence monitoring, deception
detection, disaster prevention and management, and other topics.
Hosted by the University of Arizona and the Tucson Police
Department, the symposium provides a forum for discussions among
researchers, law enforcement and intelligence experts, and
industry consultants and practitioners. The symposium also
features keynote speakers from NSF, NIJ and the Intelligence
Technology Innovation Center (ITIC) on information technology
research related to homeland security, digital government, and
NSF/NIJ Symposium on Intelligence and Security Informatics
Gary Strong, NSF, "Homeland Security Research at NSF"
Lawrence E. Brandt, NSF, "NSF Digital Government Program"
Mike O'Shea, NIJ, "Public Safety Technology Tools, Techniques and Assistance"
Art Becker, ITIC, "Knowledge Discovery and Dissemination Program
June 2-3, 2003
Hilton El Conquistador
Golf & Tennis Resort
10000 N. Oracle Road
Tucson, AZ 85737
For more details, see the symposium Web site at www.ecom.arizona.edu/ISI, or contact David Hart, 703-292-7737, email@example.com
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