Symposium & Workshop
Wednesday and Thursday, February 21 and 22,
2007
Arkansas State University
Jonesboro, Arkansas
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Congressman

Marion Berry, U.S. Congress

Jennifer Barrett,

Acxiom Corp.

Dr. John Sanders,

Food and Drug

Administrati

Jim Dray, National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)

Dr. Dale Blasi, Kansas State University

 

Janie Hipp, University of Arkansas

Dr. Bill Hardgrave,

University of Arkansas

Dr. Arun Ross, West Virginia University

Dr. Yupo Chan, University of Arkansas, Little Rock

 

Dr. Craig Thompson, University of Arkansas

Hersh Bhargava, Rafcore Systems

Jeff Vining, Gartner

Dr. Bhavani Thuraisingham, University of Texas at Dallas

Dr. Phillip Windley, Brigham Young University

Matthew Young, Purdue University

 

Terry Aasen, Sonitor Technologies

Dr. Nissm Ozer, RF Code

 

Stephen DeAngelis,

Enterra Solutions

 

 

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More presentations will be posted as they become available

Symposium and the Media

ArkansasBuisness.Com
The Herald of Arkansas State University
Windley's Technometria
Windley's Technometria
Lynch at Large
ASU News Release
Inside ASU
ArkansasBuiness.com

Identity Solutions: A Holistic Approach

In a world that appears to be soon converging toward the development of robust and automatic systems of identification for virtually everything, it is incumbent upon academia, industry, and government to collaborate on designing sound solutions - solutions that not only address technical issues such as biometrics, RFID, and smart cards, but also address the broader socioeconomic, ethical, and legal issues.  Read more...

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General Outline of the Symposium:


The Symposium brings together more than 30 experts from academia, industry and government to address various aspects of implementing automatic identification technologies as follows: 
ID Technologies: RFID, smart card, biometrics, bar code (Wednesday Morning)
ID Management, Quality and Security (Wednesday Afternoon)
ID Socioeconomic Issues and Impact (Thursday Morning)
ID Applications and Practices (Thursday Afternoon)
ID Parallel Workshops (After 4:00 p.m. Everyday)
Read more...

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Who should attend:

Information Technology Personnel at all levels, all industries
Academic researchers
Corporate Decision-makers and IT strategists
State/Local Government, banks, agriculture and food, healthcare, manufacturing, and logistics, security and identity solutions providers and consultants, ...
Those who plan to implement one or more of the automatic identification technologies (RFID, biometrics, smart card and bar code)
Agencies affected by the Real ID Act
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