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Map2nd European Symposium on Non-Lethal Weapons

May 13-14, 2003
Ettlingen, Germany

organized by Fraunhofer ICT

Programme

Session 1 Legal and Public Acceptance
Chairman: K. Stuckenschmidt
BMVg, Bonn, D
V 1 Legal Adaptation of Non-Lethal Capabilities in New Conflict Scenarios
F. Krüger-Sprengel
International Society for Military Law and the Law of War, Brussels, D
V 2 Between Principles and Absolutes: Non-Lethal Weapons and the Law of armed Conflict
P. Kim
University College, London, GB
V 3 Non-Lethal Capabilities facing International Humanitarian Law
D. Loye
International Committee of the Red Cross, Geneva, CH
V 4 Problems and Methods of social-humanitarian Expertise of Non-Lethal Technologies
N. Bagdasarian
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUSSIA
Session 2 Operational and Tactical Aspects
I Operational Aspects
Chairman: U. Sundberg
FOI, Tumba, SE
V 5 Less-Lethal Weapons in the War against Terrorism
J.B. Alexander
Las Vegas, USA
V 6 Decision making Processes Lethal and Non-Lethal Capacities
H.J.W. Janssen
TNO Human Factors, Soesterberg, NL
V 7 Non-Lethal Weapons, maritime Requirements
M. Annati
Milano, I
V 8 Influence of NLW on Command and Control Aspects
M. Gillis
TNO Physics and Electronics Laboratory, The Hague, NL
Session 3 Operational and Tactical Aspects
II Tactical Aspects
Chairman: R. De Maio
MOD-SEGREDIFESA, Rome, I
V 9 Problematics of integrating new use of Force Options into routine Policing
J. Jussila
Police Technical Centre, Helsinki, FIN
V 10 Proof-of-Principle for an 81-mm Non-Lethal Mortar Cartridge
J.M. Garner, D.H. Lyon
U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Aberdeen Proving Ground, USA
V 11 A non-destructive Weapon against armoured Vehicles
P. Steardo, M. Leonardi, O. Melara
R & D Otomelara, La Spezia, I
V 12 Area Denial/Perimeter Defense employing Non-Lethal Weapons
N.C. Nicholas
Institute for Emerging Defense Technologies, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Session 4 Current and Desirable Capabilities
Chairman: H. Oppenheim
Amt für Wehrtechnik, Wien, A
V 13 System of special Means of Non-Lethal Effect to be applied by Police troops of Ministry of Internal Affairs, Russia, and Experience of their Application
V.N. Baranov, V.V. Lazariev
Ministry of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RUSSIA
V.V. Selivanov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUSSIA
V 14 Stand-off electrical Incapacitation (Plasma-Taser)
D. Meisterhans
Rheinmetall W&M GmbH, Ratingen, D
V 15 Novel Barriers (-Systems) as Non-Lethal Weapons
N. Eisenreich, J. Neutz, K.-D. Thiel
Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
V 16 The Complex Forecast of Perspectives of NLW for European Application
V.L. Klochikhin, A.V. Putilov
Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry, Moscow, RUSSIA
V.S.Pirumov
Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Moscow, RUSSIA
V.V. Selivanov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUSSIA
Session 5 Advanced Technologies
Chairman: V.V. Selivanov
Bauman University, Moscow, RUSSIA
V 17 Concepts of the effective electromagnetic functional Influence on biological Structure
A.F. Korolev, S.S. Krotov, S.V. Mironov, N.N. Sysoev, A. Pulino
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, RUSSIA
V 18 High Power Microwave-Systems
D. Meisterhans
Rheinmetall W&M GmbH, Ratingen, D
V 19 Compact High-Power RF Sources for Non-Lethal Applications
G. Staines, M. Sporer, R. Stark
Diehl Munitionssysteme & Co., Röthenbach, D
V 20 FCG Results of Research and Practice Tests
S. Tecl
Military Technical Institute of the Ground Forces Czech Army, Vyskov, CZ
Session 6 Target Effects and Evaluation
I Electromagnetic
Chairman: M. Hubbard
DSTL, Sevenoaks, GB
V 21 Non-Lethal Threat to Electronic Systems from High Power Electromagnetic Fields
F. Sonnemann, M. Sporer, R. Stark
Diehl Munitionssysteme & Co., Röthenbach, D
V 22 Electronic Equipment for complex Influence on biological Objects
V. Makukhin
Center of Scientific Engineering and Social Activities "Trymas", Moscow, RUSSIA
V 23 Bio-effects Research in support of the Active Denial System (ADS)
M.R. Murphy, J.H. Merritt, P.A. Mason, J.A. D'Andrea, D.W. Blick, D.M. Scholl
Air Force Research Laboratory, Brooks AFB, USA
V 24 Further Observations on biological Effects of Non-thermalizing, High Power Microwave (HPM) Pulses
M. Risling
Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Stockholm, SE
Session 7 Target Effects and Evaluation
II Other
Chairman: S. Tecl
Military Technical Institute of the Ground Forces Czech Army, Vyskov, CZ
V 25 Effects of Non-Lethal Weapons on Humans
H.J. Griffioen-Young
TNO Human Factors, Soesterberg, NL
V 26 Medical and legal Aspects of Application of the Gas Weapon of Self-defence
V. Khrupkin, V. Savostyanov
Ministry of Defense of Russian Federation, Moscow, RUSSIA
V 27 Portable Laser Dazzle Device
M.V. Silnikov, A.I. Mikhailin
NPO »Special Materials«, Sankt-Petersburg, RUSSIA
V 28 Analysis of over 2,000 Field Applications of ADVANCED TASER® M26 and Overview of Technology Improvements
R. Smith
Taser International, Scottsdale, USA
Session 8 Modelling and Simulation
Chairman: Z. Verheij
TNO PML, Rijswijk, NL
V 29 Crowd Control Dynamics
D.A. Lund
University of New Hampshire, Durham, USA
V 30 HPM Transmitter Employment in a Naval Scenario
E.R. van Veldhoven, H.J. Fitski
TNO Physics and Electronics Laboratory, The Hague, NL
V 31 Initial Simulations of a single shot Vortex Gun
J. Edwards
DSTL, Sevenoaks, GB
V 32 Impulse Transport by propagating Vortex Rings - Simulation and Experiment
J. Backhaus, W. Schweitzer, L. Deimling
Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
Session  POSTER
P 33 Further Development of the Non-Lethal Multipurpose Launcher
M. Sporer, W. Garhöfer, R. Stark
Diehl Munitionssysteme & Co., Röthenbach, D
P 34 Sniper Detection System
D. Meisterhans
Rheinmetall W&M GmbH, Ratingen, D
P 35 Development of Pyrotechnic Means for the Destruction of Data System Components
J. Neutz, H. Ebeling, W. Eckl
Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
P 36 Dispenser for Irritating Agents
J. Neutz, W. Eckl
Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
P 37 Application of Vortex Technologies for NLW Crowd Control
E.I. Onipko, V.V. Selivanov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUSSIA
P 38 Virtual Enemy — real threat Informational Warfare in Cyberspace
V. Leonov, V.V. Selivanov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUSSIA
P 39 Bio-mechanical Model for Interaction of striking Elements with protected and unprotected Bio-specimen
I. Kobylkin, A. Letnikov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUSSIA
P 40 A new Method of preventing Offense and Terrorism
S.E. Stalenkov, I.V. Vasilevskiy
NELK Company, Moscow, RUSSIA
P 41 Efficiency of Stun Gun Operation
M.V. Silnikov, A.I. Mikhailin
NPO »Special Materials«, Sankt-Petersburg, RUSSIA
S.L. Kulakov
St.-Petersburg Technical University, Sankt-Petersburg, RUSSIA
P 42 Remote Operation electroshocking Device
V. Bessonov, V. Fortov, S. Kotov, Y. Parfenov, A. Shutov, L. Zdukhov
Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry, Moscow, RUSSIA
P 43 Modelling the Effect of Non-Lethal Weapons
G. Fadeev, V. Ermolaeva
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUSSIA
P 44 Bioelectrodynamic Criterion of the NLW Effectiveness Estimation and the Interactionmechanisms of the multilayer Skin Tissues with electromagnetic Radiation
A.F. Korolev, A.V. Kozar, E.N. Sheveleva, N.N. Sysoev, A. Pulino
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, RUSSIA
P 45 Non-Lethal close–in Weapon Systems and their Application during special–purpose antiterroristic Operations
N.V. Sereda
Federal State Unitary Enterprise »SRPE BAZALT«, Moscow, RUSSIA
P 46 Imitating Models and Software for Modelling Influence of Aerosols Means on Electron-Optical and Radar-Tracking Systems
A.V. Andronova, M.A. Jordansky
Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry, Moscow, RUSSIA
P 47 Imitating Models and Software for Modelling Influence of Aerosols Means on Complex Technical Systems
A.V. Andronova, M.A. Jordansky
Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry, Moscow, RUSSIA
P 48 Ecological Aspects of Application of the Aerosol »Non-Lethal« Weapon and Rating of an Opportunity of Work of Electro-Optical Systems of Supervision in Conditions of Influence of Aerosol Handicaps
V.M. Minashin, V.A. Zagaynov
Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry, Moscow, RUSSIA
P 49 Less Lethal Systems, the FN303 approach
T. Jacobs
FN Herstal S.A., Herstal, B
P 50 Leveraging Non-lethal Technology Research in Academia
G.T. Shwaery
Non-lethal Technology Innovation Center, University of New Hampshire, USA
P 51 Preliminary Work on the Generation of a Vortex Ring
P. Gnemmi, J. Haertig, C. Rey
French-German Research Institute of Saint-Louis (ISL), Saint-Louis, F