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Upcoming Webinars

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Managing Public Health During a Migration Crisis

In February 2024, the Homeland Defense and Security Information Analysis Center (HDIAC) lead a Table Top Exercise (TTX) in support of military physicians in a residency program.  During this program, students obtained their master’s in…

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Security Implications for the United States from Iranian and Hezbollah Activities in Latin America and the Caribbean

This presentation will examine engagement with Latin America by Iran, its government agents, and surrogate groups such as Hezbollah, including terrorist finance, terrorism, and other activities and their evolution in recent years.  It will address…

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Never Deployed but Still at Risk: Substance Use and Mental Health Problems Among Reserve/Guard Soldiers

Brain Health Mini-Series: Part 2 Reservists constitute approximately one-third of the U.S. Armed Forces; however, military health research disproportionately focuses on active service members and veterans. Operation:  SAFETY (Soldiers and Families Excelling Through the Years)…

DoD Nuclear Energy Use Case – A Combatant Command Perspective

The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) was an early adopter of nuclear power and pioneered research of mobile nuclear energy.  In addition to the well-documented U.S. Navy nuclear propulsion program, the U.S. Army constructed eight…

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Rewiring the Brain for Optimized Performance

Brain Health Mini-Series: Part 3 Neurofeedback (NFB) is a specialized application of biofeedback employed to modify brainwave activity and event-related potentials.  It uses operant conditioning with visual or auditory stimuli as reinforcing feedback to teach…

Emerging Capabilities for Evaluating Cognitive and Oculomotor Function in Service Members With Traumatic Brain Injury

High rates of traumatic brain injury (TBI) are sustained by U.S. military personnel in combat and garrison environments. Changes in brain function related to TBI can negatively impact military readiness and quality of life. Clinical…

Past Webinars

Policies, Procedures, and Dangerous Plumes: Lessons Learned From a Mixed-Hazardous Waste Tabletop Exercise

In June of 2023, the Homeland Defense & Security Information Analysis Center convened a Tabletop Exercise (TTX) in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, which posited a mixed-hazardous…

Printing Destruction: AM, WMD, and the Emerging Challenges to Security

This webinar will contain CUI and is restricted to U.S. government and contractors. Registrants may be asked to provide verification of their status. A link…

Contemporary Counter Unmanned Aerial System Technologies

This webinar presentation contains CUI and is therefore limited to government and contractors only.   As unmanned aerial system (UAS) technologies spread globally, UAS attacks…

Wearable Biochemical Monitoring? Very Recent Breakthroughs Will Make Performance and Health Monitoring a Near-Term Reality

The U.S. Department of Defense has invested heavily in concepts to continuously monitor performance and health status.  While these investments have struggled to reach deployment,…

Extended Reality Training Development at the Oak Ridge Enhanced Technology and Training Center

The newly opened Oak Ridge Enhanced Technology and Training Center (ORETTC) leverages 80+ years of Y-12 expertise to train first responders in high-consequence radiological and…

Materials Science That Breaks the Efficiency, Lightweight, Reliability Trade: Efficient Multijunction Solar Cells on Flexible Substrates

The defense and consumer industries have long sought ways to turn solar energy into electrical power with a compelling union of lightweight, high-efficiency, power density…