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CBRNe Summit Europe 2024
Budapest, Hungary

11-13 March 2024

CBRNe Summit Europe is coming back to central Europe! With CBRNe being a key issue to many nations across Europe and with the expansion of the RescEU program this is a pivotal event to participate at. Join us in Budapest, Hungary to hear the latest CBRNe capabilities and the latest threats being faced across Europe.

Our CBRNe Summit Europe conference and exhibition will take place on the 11th – 13th March 2024 and is officially supported by the National Bureau of Investigation. The event will continue its normal format of two days of presentations and networking in the exhibitor hall. With the third day being a live demonstration and exercise by the leading agencies in Hungary showcasing their CBRNe capabilities.

The two-day conference will discuss the new CBRNe threats being faced and the importance of sharing information and experiences to deal with potential threats. You will hear perspectives from both civil and military agencies from across Europe and North America. Participants will gain an understanding of national CBRNe capabilities and response procedures.

Further topics that will be discussed are CBRNe capabilities, first responder techniques and procedures, radiation safety, increased threat of chemical and biological attacks, asymmetric threats, medical countermeasures, CBRNe forensics and international cooperation.

To be part of the largest gathering of CBRNe professionals in Europe please contact us via email at or by phone +44 (0)7792 473 246 and we will be happy to provide you further information on how you can participate either as a speaker, sponsor/exhibitor or as delegates.

Live Demonstration – Wednesday 13 March 2024

A live demonstration/exercise by the Hungarian Defence Forces and the National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) showcasing their CBRNe capabilities and techniques.

The Hungarian Defence Force SIBCRA Team will showcase their sampling testing. This will be followed by the National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) providing an insight into their forensics work at a CBRNe incident.

This will be followed by short vendor demonstrations showcasing their products in a live environment.

Official Supporting Partners

  • Colonel Jozsef Veres, Commander, CBRN Regiment, Hungarian Defence Forces
  • Michael Bailey, Director, U.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical and Biological Center
  • Colonel Oliver Toderiska, Head of CBRN Corps, Slovakia Armed Forces
  • Colonel Wolfgang Reich, Deputy Director, JCBRN Defence Centre of Excellence
  • Colonel Maksym Kustov, National University of Civil Defence of Ukraine
  • Laurent Muschel, Acting Head, Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Authority (HERA), European Commission
  • Dr. Skender Brataj, Director-General, National Medical Emergecny Center, Albania
  • Lieutenant Colonel Anders Kildal, Commandant CBRN, Norwegian Armed Forces
  • Lieutenant Colonel Kornel Papp, Head of Division, Criminal Forensic Division, National Bureau of Investigation, Hungary
  • Lieutenant Colonel Martin Zelenka, Senior CBRN Defence Officer, Force Development Division – Land Forces Development Department, 31st Regiment of Radiation, Chemical and Biological Protection, Armed Forces of Czechia
  • Major Hamish Low, Commander, C-CBRN Regiment, British Army
  • Police Lieutenant Colonel Nandor Kocsis, Head of CBRN Department, Counter Terrorism Centre, Hungary
  • Itimad Soufi, Section Head, Institutional Response Infrastructure, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
  • Lyudmila Simeonova, Head of Emergency Division, Nuclear Regulatory Agency, Bulgaria
  • Hanno Dickmanken, CBRN Protection, Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance, Germany
  • Jonathan Beville, Director, Global Health Security Products, Kindeva Drug Delivery
  • Derek Broadbent, Business Development Manager, Argon Electronics
  • Thierry Pollet, R&D Manager, Ouvry
  • Bastien Lecourt-Capdeville, Head of Project, Ouvry
  • Eva Szeles, Scientific Advisor, Nuclear Forensics and Radiological Crime Scene Management, Centre for Energy Research, Hungary
  • Gregg Lisicki, Sales Manager, Fast-Act
  • Laurent Robert, Weapons Contamination, CBRN Advisor, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
  • Chris Singer, Director, Policing, Safety and Security, Resilience Advisors Network
  • Dr. Adriaan Marais, Senior Analytical Chemist, OPCW Laboratory
  • Ed Van Zalen, Programme Manager CBRN, Netherlands Forensic Institute
  • Dr. Olga Vybornova, Expert, EU Research Innovation for Security (CERIS), Disaster Resilient Society, European Commission
  • Dr. Hazem Matar, Associate Professor, Toxicology Research Group, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
  • Professor Roberto Mugavero, President, OSDIFE


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