Vice-President at Proengin.
Eric has been working in the field of Chemical and Biological detection since 1990. He started as an Engineer developing NBC filtering systems and in 2001 joined the company Proengin, French worldwide leader in CBRN detection with customers in more than 70 countries.
Eric is a member of the High Committee of the French Civil Defense in the college of technical experts, and the Board of the NBC Defense French Consortium.
He would be delighted to share his extended experience in CBRN threats management with attendees of CBRNe World Jakarta!
Head of Commission-1 of Jakarta City Research Council.
Dr Samihardjo has been working for the Indonesian government for 33 years, and most of his services are dealing with CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear); started as a researcher at the Ministry of Defence in March 1985.
Dr Samihardjo's active involvement in disarmament affairs has led him to participate in several United Nations conferences and international meetings since 1991 either as a member or a head of Indonesian delegation, or as a speaker. He has also been invited by several international organizations to deliver speeches. He has also been invited by several Indonesian organisations as a trainer and motivator at several courses and institutions since 1985. up till now.
In May 2006 he was promoted to Director of CBRN up until June 2013. Currently he is deputy chief for student affairs (vice rector) of Indonesian State College of Intelligence Studies or STIN (Sekolah Tinggi Intelijen Negara) and he is also chairing the Center for Strategic Intelligence Studies Center of that college. He got a Masters Degree of Defence Studies (MDefStud) from the University of New South Wales (in cooperation with Australian Defence Force Academy), at Canberra in 2003. He graduated from Universitas Jenderal Soedirman, majoring in environmental sciences. He is candidate doctor for human resources management at Universitas Negeri Jakarta
Laura works for Emergent Countermeasures International UK as the Director of Medical and Affairs. Her background was in Chemical and Materials engineering from the Royal Military College of Canada, and since then she brings an extensive background and tenure in Defence Research and Development with military agencies, technology transfer and the science of chemical and biodefense around the globe.
She has focused her specialty for the last 20 plus years in medical applications in CBRN research development programs and commercialization of clinical decontamination, and medical device countermeasures.
Jeff Borkowski has spent over 30 years in the fire service, with 21 of those years spent with the New York City Fire Department (FDNY), responding to Hazardous Materials Incidents in one of the busiest Haz-Mat response units in the nation. Additionally, during his employment with FDNY, he was a Lead Instructor for their Haz-Mat School and Fire Training Academy, delivering training and developing curricula. He is currently a Lead Instructor with the National Center for Biomedical Research and Training (NCBRT) and a Certified Instructor for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), delivering anti-terrorism preparation and consequence management programs nationwide. He also serves as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for curricula development.
Jason Krause, Associate Director for Operations and Plans at Louisiana State University’s NCBRT/Academy of Counter-Terrorist Education (LSU NCBRT/ACE), has been with the university eighteen years and is responsible for providing strategic and operational guidance in support of all training and technical assistance activities at LSU NCBRT/ACE. Jason was responsible for implementation of over 650 training events in 2019. Mr. Krause is also the principal for NCBRT’s international counter-terrorism capacity building programs and as such has led projects in 22 partner nations primarily throughout the Middle East, West and East Africa, Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia.