BORDERS Postdoc Published in Homeland Security Affairs

Dr. Aaron C. Elkins' paper, Vocal Analysis Software for Security Screening: Validity and Deception Detection Potential, has been published in the April 2012, Supplement 4 issue of the Homeland Security Affairs journal. 

On March 30-April 1, 2011 the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate (S&T), Office of University Programs (OUP) hosted the Fifth Annual DHS University Summit.

As part of the Summit, OUP invited student researchers from the DHS Centers of Excellence to submit abstracts on their projects. Presenters were selected by DHS subject matter experts and invited to participate in the Summit. Dr, Elkins, a postdoctoral research at BORDERS, was a PhD student at the time that his paper was selected.

The papers published in this special supplement to Homeland Security Affairs, which summarize the work presented by the student participants, were recognized for providing significant findings, indications and potentially important contributions to the homeland security science and technology enterprise.

Please visit http://www.hsaj.org/ to view the student white papers.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012