NCT APAC

Information for delegates

31 October – 02 November 2023

W Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Who should attend

  • CBRN operators and commanders
  • EOD operators and commanders
  • CBRNe policy makers
  • Senior Defense leaders
  • Leaders from law enforcement and fire/rescue
  • Public health professionals

Who attended before?

NCT APAC 2023 will again welcome a large number of Asian and international delegates.

Past delegations include those from organisations such as: Army Headquarters (ROK), Australian Federal Police, Tokyo Fire Department, Korea Coast Guard, ROK Army CBRN Defense Command, ROK Army CBRN School, Narita International Airport Corporation, Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, Indonesian Army, 65th Medical Brigade – United States Forces Korea, Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Agency (ATLA), Japan, Japan Fire and Disaster Management Agency (FDMA), JPEO-CBRND, Delhi International Airport Limited, Armed Forces Medical Research Institute (ROK), Ministry of Health Indonesia, Hong Kong Police Force, JGSDF Chemical School, Malaysian Armed Forces, Korean CBRN Emergency Management Institute, Philippines Bureau of Fire Protection, Public Security Mobile Investigative Unit – Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, Ministry of Health Vietnam, Royal Thai Army, Japan Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, Korea Institute for Defence Analyses (KIDA), Japan Institute for Nuclear, Biological, Chemical and Radiological Defense, Philippines Coast Guard, Poland Military Institute of Chemistry and Radiometry, Indonesian National Police, Incheon International Airport, Republic of Korea Army (ROKA) and many more.

BG (Ret.) William King, NCT Chairman

BG(R) William King has served in a wide variety of command, leadership, and staff positions across numerous levels of the U.S. Army, Joint Task Forces, Regional Commands, and most recently as the Commanding General 20th CBRNE Command before retiring on 19 July 2017 with 30+ years of active duty US Army service. He joined Booz Allen Hamilton in 2017 as…

H.E. Mr. Mol Roeup Seyha, Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority, Cambodia

H.E. MOL Roeup Seyha is currently a Deputy Secretary General of the Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA). He was appointed to this position in October 2016, following over 6 years of active and dedicated service to this organization. Prior to this appointment, Seyha worked at University of Victoria as teaching assistant while he is in his master…

Brig. Basant K. Ponwar, Counter Terrorism & Jungle Warfare College

Brig. BK Ponwar AVSM, VSM, on super annuation was requisitioned by Chattisgarh government in the rank of Inspector General of Police. He has set up a Counter Terrorism and Jungle Warfare College at Kanker in North Bastar, a facility similar to the Army’s CIJW School of which he was Commandant in his last posting. The College, functioning from Aug 05,…

Dr. Makoto Akashi, Tokyo Healthcare University, Japan

Dr. Makoto Akashi is currently Professor Tokyo Healthcare University. He served as Executive Officer of National Institutes for Quantum Science and Technology (QST) from 2016 to 2018 and Executive Director of National Institute of Radiological Sciences (NIRS) from 2011 to 2015. Dr. Akashi started his medical career as a resident of internal medicine at the Jichi Medical School Hospital, Tochigi,…

Dr. Jazi Eko Istiyanto, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia

Dr. Jazi Eko Istiyanto (age 62 years) is currently Full Professor in Electronics and Instrumentation at Universitas Gadjah Mada, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, a position he held since 2010 before took office at BAPETEN (Indonesia Nuclear Energy Regulatory Agency) as the Chairman from February 2014 until October 2021. Before serving the Government of Indonesia, he held academic managerial…

Magg. Daniele DEL GAUDIO, Italian CBRN Defence Regiment Cremona, Italy

Maj. Daniele DEL GAUDIO began his career in 2001 in CBRN branch as a Corporal. He attended the 5th Course at the Italian NCO Military Academy from 2002 to 2005 where obtain the rank of Warrant Officer. In 2006 he was promoted 2nd Lt. He has spent all his career at the 7th CBRN defense regiment in different roles, such…

Ms. Pauline Gareau, Serb, France

Pauline Gareau is the Global CBRN Lead at SERB since 2020. SERB is a pharmaceutical company with significant expertise in medical countermeasures, focusing on developing and providing antidotes for different CBRN risks. Pauline Gareau has a degree in biotechnology engineering and over 10 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. She has worked on a variety of projects related to…

Mr. Matthew M. Seavey, NightHawk Biosciences, USA

Matthew M. Seavey, PhD, MBA., is the Vice President of Research & Technology Acquisition at NightHawk Biosciences, a fully integrated biopharmaceutical company focused on innovative approaches for medical countermeasures and battlefield medicine.  Matthew also serves as Vice President of Business Development for Elusys Therapeutics, the developer and marketer of Anthim® (obiltoxaximab) for treatment of inhalation anthrax in combination with antibiotics…

Ms. Anna Paternnosto, CBRNe Society, The Netherlands

Anna is the Vice President of the CBRNe Society, an international non-profit organization dedicated to providing platforms for the stakeholders of the global CBRNe community to share knowledge and promote innovation. In her position she manages the global relations with governmental stakeholders, facilitates government to government efforts and contributes to the alignment between public and industrial interests within the community. Alongside…

Mr. Ilja M. Bonsen, NCT Consultants, The Netherlands

lja M. Bonsen has a studied Political Science in Leiden, The Netherlands, Business Administration at the Rotterdam School of Management and European Management at the Corvinus University in Budapest, Hungary. After working as an ICT consultant for 8 years, Ilja started in 2006 working for the Business Unit of Biological and Chemical Protection of TNO Defense, Security and Safety in…

Program

17:00
Exhibition Set-Up
07:30
Registration & Networking
08:30
Opening Plenary
Welcoming remarks and keynote speakers
10:00
Group photo
10:15
Morning Refreshments & Networking
10:45
Introduction to the NCT Tech Tour
11:00
NCT Tech Tour
12:00
Lunch Break & Networking
13:00
Innovation and Challenges in Detecting CBRNe Threats
14:30
Afternoon Refreshments & Networking
15:00
Emergency Medical Countermeasures and Disaster Management
16:30
NCT Networking Reception
07:30
Registration & Networking
08:30
Addressing CBRN and Explosive Threats: Identification and Monitoring
10:00
Morning Refreshments & Networking
10:30
Chem/Bioterrorism: Preparedness and Response
12:00
Lunch Break & Networking
13:00
Radiological and Nuclear Threats: From Prevention to Recovery
14:30
Closing remarks

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