The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute will host next year’s international counter-terrorism conference EISIC (European Intelligence & Security Informatics Conference on Counterterrorism and Criminology).
Next year the Counter-terrorism Research Lab will organise the counter-terrorism conference, which was recently held in Athens. The EISIC conference is an opportunity for researchers and other counter-terrorism professionals to share knowledge and experience in the most recent research and methods in intelligence and security informatics.
The conference in Athens went extraordinarily well, says Associate Professor Nasrullah Memon (picture), who is member of steering committee and program chair of the conference EISIC 2011.
Memon emphasises that the feedback from the many participants was very positive and the academic level was extremely high.
In fact, the interest in the event has been so great that Sweden and Norway have offered to host the conference in 2013 and 2014, respectively.
Mathematical models as a tool
Nasrullah Memon and his colleagues in Counter-terrorism Research Lab develop mathematical models and systems to help intelligence services identify key persons of a terrorist network. At present, they are working on several new initiatives such as, for example, an alarm system that will be activated in case of future terrorist threats.
Read the interview with Memon in The Americas Post.
For further information please contact
Nasrullah Memon, Associate Professor at The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute, tel. +45 6550 3574 or mobile: +45 2135 6334, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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