Dr. George Lane
University of California at Berkeley Center for Catastrophic Risk Management
Adjunct professor: University of California at Berkeley Center for Catastrophic Risk Management (CCRM) (http://ccrm.berkeley.edu/); 25 years of experience in chemical security development; 15 years in chemical security education; chemical security SME for Naval Postgraduate School Center for Network Innovation and Experimentation; CENETIX supports NPS port security program with U.S. Special Operations Command and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the Maritime Interdiction Operations Experimentation test bed (http://cenetix.nps.edu/cenetix/).
Currently Project manager for University of California at Berkeley CCRM demonstration of mitigation of gaps in chemical security for ports in California with standoff chemical-specific detection, identification, and imaging.
Lane chemical security design for Port of New Orleans was “Best Integrated Harbor Security Program” in Government Security News 2014 “Airport, Seaport, Border Security Awards Program” using standoff FTIR and portable point chemical detectors providing situational awareness and CONOPS and in DHS Chemical Defense Demonstration Program; www.gsnmagazine.com/article/42156/new_orleans_fd_integrated_harbor_security_program_
Lane was Air Quality SME for Deepwater Horizon Study Group at University of Berkeley CCRM during the BP Oil Spill 2010-2011. Managed risk assessment of chemical sensors used by USEPA during the BP Oil Spill to determine chemical sensor methodologies and limitations: (http://ccrm.berkeley.edu/deepwaterhorizonstudygroup/dhsg_resources.shtml)
Prior homeland security teaching experience:
Adjunct Professor: Tulane University, Homeland Security program, “Weapons of Mass Destruction Science and Policy” (New Orleans) (2014-2016)
Adjunct Professor: University of Georgia at Griffin, Homeland Security & Emergency Management Institute, “Technologies of Homeland Security”; (Griffin GA) (2011 – 2013)
Adjunct Professor: Chemistry, LSU Fire & Emergency Training Institute; (Baton Rouge (1998-2000)