NCT Asia Pacific is coming back to Seoul for its second edition! Taking place at the Imperial Palace in Seoul from May 16-18 2017, the event will kick-start with a live capability demonstration on the first day, followed by a two-day conference and exhibition which will bring together leading stakeholders from the ROK Army, government institutions and ground-breaking research centers. NCT Asia Pacific will provide updates on CBRNe emergency preparedness and response approaches at various levels. The involvement of first response actors and military stakeholders will provide useful perspectives for all attendees against the background of existing CBRNe threat environments.

NCT Asia Pacific will be organized in Official Partnership with the Korea University BioDefense Research Institute (BDRI) and the Korean CBRN Society. The event will include a vibrant exhibition, showcasing state of the art products and equipment from CBRNe detection to decontamination and recovery. Topics that will be discussed during the conference will range from Radiological and Nuclear Threats: From Prevention to Recovery”to Protecting High-Visibility Events against CBRNe Threats and CBRNe Terrorist attacks in the Asia-Pacific.”

We are honored to provide you with the first confirmed speaker line-up for NCT Asia Pacific 2017, to give you an impression of whom to meet in Seoul:

  • Brig. Gen. (ret.) JB Burton, Former Commander, U.S. Army 20th CBRNE Command, USA (Conference chairman) 
  • Dr. Ronald Hann, Director of Chemical and Biological Technologies Department, Defence Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), USA 
  • Brig. Gen. You Bong Heo, ROK CBRN Defense Commander, Republic of Korea 
  • Brig. Gen. Moon, Commander, ROK CBRN Defense School, Republic of Korea  
  • Brig. Gen. (ret.) Woon Goh, Former Commander, ROK Army CBRN School, Republic of Korea 
  • Joo-Hyung Lee, Deputy Director of Security, Incheon International Airport, Republic of Korea  
  • Senior Superintendent Tony Chow, Hong Kong Police EOD Bureau
  • Lt. Cho Chul-Hee, Fire Lieutenant, National 119 Rescue Service, Republic of Korea
  • Dr. Park Kisoo, Spokesperson of the Center for Disease Control & Prevention (KCDC), Republic of Korea


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