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Map3rd European Symposium on Non-Lethal Weapons

May 10-12, 2005
Stadthalle Ettlingen, Germany

organized by Fraunhofer ICT

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Session 1 VIRTUAL WORKING GROUPS
Chairman: H. Oppenheim, Bundesministerium für Landesverteidigung, Wien, A
V1 Critical Legal Aspects of Non-Lethal Weapons (NLW)
F. Krüger-Sprengel
International Society for Military Law and the Law of War, Brussels, B
V2 Human Factors and Implications of Non-Lethal Options Group
M. Risling
Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Stockholm, SE
V3 Current and Emerging Non-Lethal Technologies
V.V. Selivanov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUS
Session 2 CURRENT AND DESIRED CAPABILITIES
Chairman: R. de Maio, MOD-SEGREDIFESA, Rome, I
V4 HPM against Electronic Systems
M. Jung, G. Wollmann
Rheinmetall Waffe Munition GmbH, Unterlüß, D
V5 High Environmental Compatibility Cargo Projectile
R. Panesi
O.T.O. Melara S.p.A., La Spezia, I
V6 The Netherlands Non-Lethal Weapons Programme
Z. Verheij
TNO Defence, Security and Safety, Rijswijk, NL
Session 3 NEW TECHNOLOGIES
Chairman: N. Eisenreich, Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
V7 Liquid Taser
J. Bohl
Diehl BGT Defence, Röthenbach, D
The author of this paper has not used the trademark "TASER" properly. "TASER" is a trademark of TASER International Inc. Properly used  "TASER" indicates products marketed by TASER International and not a particular technology or device.
TASER International, Scottsdale, USA, www.TASER.com.
V8 Current Research Activities on Non-Lethal Weapons at the Fraunhofer ICT
K.-D. Thiel, N. Eisenreich, J. Neutz, L. Deimling, W. Liehmann, S. Zettl
Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
V9 Optical Distraction and Disorientation
A. Gibson, R. Ives, G. Perkins, E. Liggins
QinetiQ, Farnborough, UK
V10 A Concept Proposal from Beretta
P. Raffaelli
Fabbrica d´Armi Pietro Beretta S.p.A., Gardone Val Trompia, I
Session 4 EFFECTS
Chairman: U. Sundberg, FOI, SE
V11 Behavioural and Medical Aspects of Non-Lethal Options in Actual Field Conditions
C. Heal
Los Angeles Sheriff´s Department, Monterey Park, USA
V12 Conceptual Models of Psychological and Behavioral Reactions to the Use of Non-Lethal Weapons
M.D. Silver
Anacapa Sciences Inc., Santa Barbara, USA
V13 Physical and Mathematical and Medico-biological Modeling of the Non-Lethal Kinetic Weapons´ Functioning and Effects
V.I. Khrupkin, V.V. Savostyanov
State Institute of Medical Officers´ Postgraduate Education and Training, Moscow, RUS
V.V. Selivanov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUS
V14 Effectiveness and Risk during Application of NLW from the Medical Point of View
E. David
University Witten/Herdecke, Witten, D
V15 Medical Information and Future Product Strategies for TASER Technology
T. Smith
TASER International, Scottsdale, USA
"TASER" is a trademark of TASER International, registered in the U.S., Russia, and the European Union.
V16 Advanced Taser: Neurophysiological Aspects
A. Buguet, J.-F. Jacquet
ETBS, Bourges Cedex, F
The author of this paper has not used the trademark "TASER" properly. "TASER" is a trademark of TASER International Inc. Properly used  "TASER" indicates products marketed by TASER International and not a particular technology or device.
TASER International, Scottsdale, USA, www.TASER.com.
Session 5 EVALUATION OF EFFECTS I
Chairman: V.V. Selivanov, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUS
V17 Principles of Modeling of the Scenario of Calmative Application in a Building with Deterred Hostages
V.L. Klochikhin, A.A. Lushnikov, V.A. Zagaynov
Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry, Moscow, RUS
A.V. Putilov
Federal Agency on Atomic Energy, Moscow, RUS
V.V. Selivanov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUS
M.A. Zatevakhin
St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, RUS
V18 Observations on Changes in the Content of Tubulin Protein in Cell Cultures Exposed to High Power Microwave, in vitro
M. Risling, M. Sköld, E. Malm, A. Sonden, I. Larsson, M. Angeria
Swedish Defence Research Agency FOI, Stockholm, SE
L. Malmgren
University of Lund, Lund, SE
V19 PSDB Update on UK less Lethal Technologies
G. Smith, M. Symons
Police Scientific Development Branch, St. Albans, UK
V20 NATO Studies on Non-Lethal Weapons (NLWs): Effectiveness, Human Effects and Future Technologies
M.R. Murphy
Air Force Research Laboratory, Brooks City-Base, USA
Session 6 EVALUATION OF EFFECTS II
Chairman: S. Tecl, Military Technical Institute of the Ground Forces Czech Army, Vyskov, CZ
V21 Measurement of Vircator Ultra-Short Solitary Electromagnetic Pulses
M. Steinbauer, P. Drexler, P. Fiala
Brno University of Technology, Brno, CZ
V22 Methods and Equipment for Assessment of Microwave Radiation Influence on Biological Objects
V.N. Makukhin
Center of Scientific Engineering and Social Activities „Trymas", Moscow, RUS
V23 Pharmacological Non-Lethal Weapons
L. Hess
Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Prague, CZ
J. Schreiberova
Department of Anesthesiology, Hradec Kralove, CZ
J. Fusek
Military Medical Academy J.E.P., Hradec Kralove, CZ
Session 7 MODELLING AND SIMULATION
Chairman: M. Hubbard, DSTL, Sevenoaks, UK
V24 Influence of Physical and Geometrical Parameters on Vortex Rings Generated by a Shock Tube
M. Havermann
ISL, Saint Louis, F
M. Kainuma, K. Takayama
Tohoku University Shock Wave Research Center, Sendai, JAP
V25 Computer System to Simulate NLW Deployment
M.V. Sinitsyn, V.V. Leonov, V.V. Selivanov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUS
V26 Developing a Process to Evaluate Non-Lethal Weapons (NLW)
C. Pick, A. Groll
EADS Deutschland GmbH, Friedrichshafen, D
V27 Fluid Dynamic Issues in the Development of a Single Shot Vortex Gun
J.A. Edwards
DSTL Fort Halstead, Sevenoaks, UK
K. Kontis
University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
Session 8 ACCEPTABILITY AND IMPLEMENTATION
Chairman: Z. Verheij, TNO Defence, Security and Safety, Rijswijk, NL
V28 The International Development of Practitioners´ Requirements by the International Law Enforcement Forum
C. Ashe
Northern Ireland Police Fund, Holywood, UK
V29 Preconditions and Capabilities of Development and Deployment of Special Means of Combined Non-Lethal Effect
V.N. Baranov, V.V. Lazarev
Ministry of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RUS
V.V. Selivanov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUS
V30 Military Use of Chemical Riot Control Agents, a Case for Legal Assessment
M. Annati
Italian Navy, Milano, I
V31 Non-Lethal Options under Current International Law
A. Vanheusden
Ministry of Defence, Brussels, B
V32 Issues for the Control of Non-Lethal Weapons Procurement
S. Combes
MOD, London, UK
P33 Jet Protector Technology
  J. Thomann
  Piexon AG, Aarwangen, CH
Session  POSTER
P34 Development of Compact Generators of Microwave and TeraHertz Radiation for the Non-Lethal Technology Stop Car
  V.G. Baryshevsky, N.A. Belous, A.A. Gurinovich, V.A. Evdokimov, A.S. Lobko, P.V. Molchanov, V.I. Stolyarsky, B.A. Tarnopolsky, V.V. Tikhomirov
  Belarusian State University, Minsk, BY
P35 ISL´s Research on Systems with Controlled Effects for Non-Lethal Applications
  J.-P. Moeglin, M. Havermann et al.
  ISL, Saint Louis, F
P36 Non-Lethal Ammunition
  R. Körver
  Rheinmetall Waffe Munition GmbH, Oberndorf, D
P37 RF-Weapons for Non-Lethal Interference and Destruction of Communication, Information and Electronic Systems
  J. Bohl, R. Stark
  Diehl BGT Defence, Röthenbach, D
P38 Acoustic NLW Working in the Audio Range
  J. Altmann
  Ruhr-Universität, Bochum, D
P39 Development of a Multi Functional Rapid Deployable Barrier
  N. Eisenreich, J. Neutz, K.-D. Thiel, H. Ebeling, A. König, F. Weller
  Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
P40 Aspects of the Directed Stick Radiator (DSR)
  N. Eisenreich, K.-D. Thiel, A. Herzog, E. Walschburger
  Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
P41 Engineering Method to Calculate Vortex Generators Parameters -- Physical Capabilities Modeling of Vortex Ring and its Spreading Parameters
  D. Levin, V. Selivanov
  Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUS
P42 Computer Simulation of Critical Behavior of Localized Masses (Crowd)
  A.V. Kozyrev, V.V. Leonov, V.V. Selivanov
  Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUS
P43 Social Aspects of NLW Deployment
  N.G. Bagdasaryan, V.V. Leonov, V.V. Selivanov
  Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUS
P44 Issues of Criminalistic Examination of Non-Lethal Weapons
  V.A. Fedorenko
  Saratov Law Institute of the MVD of Russia, Saratov, RUS
P45 Medical Biological Evaluation of Electroshock Stun Guns Efficiency
  G.V. Batanov
  State Scientific Center Institute of Biophysics, Moscow, RUS
  M.D. Kontorov
  Group „MARCH", Moscow, RUS
P46 The New Class of Electroshock Stun Guns
  M.D. Kontorov
  Group „MARCH", Moscow, RUS
P47 Self-Contained Sources of Acoustic Waves Using High-Energy Materials Oscillatory Burning Modes
  G. Sakovich, A. Vorozhtsov, B. Vorozhtsov, S. Bondarchuk, V. Arkhipov
  Institute for Problems of Chemical and Energetic Technologies SB RAS, Tomsk, RUS
P48 The Research of Blast-Acoustic Fields, Generated by a System of Distributed Explosives Charges
  G. Sakovich, A. Vorozhtsov, B. Vorozhtsov, S. Bondarchuk, E. Maksimenko
  Institute for Problems of Chemical and Energetic Technologies SB RAS, Tomsk, RUS
P49 Modeling the Effect of Acoustic Non-Lethal Weapons
 
G. Fadeev, V. Ermolaeva, A. Nikolaev
 
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUS
P50 Special Pyrotechnic Non-Lethal Means
 
N. Varenykh, G. Bideev, A. Sporykhin
 
Scientific Research Institute of Applied Chemistry, Sergiev Posad, RUS
P51 International Less Lethal Weapons Database
 
M. Symons
 
Police Scientific Development Branch, St. Albans, UK
P52 NLW Overview with Particular Reference to Areas of Concern
 
N. Lewer, N. Davison
 
University of Bradford, Bradford, UK
P53 Non-Lethal Weapons for Peacekeeping Operations
 
R. Rahimi, O.H. Arnesen, S. Hoibraten, H. Kippe
 
Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, Kjeller, N
P54 Encyclopedia of Non-Lethal Weapons
 
R.J. Bunker, P.L. Bunker
 
California State University, San Bernardino, USA
P55 Non-State OPFORs and Tactical Laser Devices & Weapons
  R.J. Bunker
 
California State University, San Bernardino, USA
P56 Diversionary Device History and Revolutionary Advancements
  M.C. Grubelich, P.W. Cooper
  Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, USA
P57 Evolution of X-Net' to TruX-Net: A Heavy Vehicle Arresting System
  C. Lyddon
  QinetiQ Vehicle Systems, Farnborough, UK
P58 Non-Lethal…Is it a Reality?
  D.M. Cole
  Shield Defense Corporation, Newport Beach, USA
P59 Non-Lethal Weapons Bases on Electro-Hydrodynamical Effect
  M. Silnikov, S. Kulakov, A. Mikhaylin
  NPO "Special Materials", Sankt-Petersburg, RUS
P60 Pulsed Power Supplies for Radiation Generators
  B. M. Novac, I. R. Smith
  Loughborough University, Loughborough, Leicestershire, UK