With the financial support of the Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme European Commission – Directorate-General Home Affairs This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein Project reference HOME/2011/ISEC/AG/4000002480
Ramanex, Prevention of and Fight Against Crime 2007-2013, Action Grants 2011 (HOME/2011/ISEC/AG/4000002480)

Welcome to RAMANEX !!

The RAMANEX Project answer to the title “New identification methods of improvised explosive devices and post-blast residues by Raman spectroscopy to prevent criminal actions”. The EU is an area of increasing openness and in which the internal and external aspects of security are intimately linked. It is an area of increasing interdependence, allowing the free movement of people, ideas, technology and resources. As a result, it is also an area where criminals/terrorists may abuse to pursue their objectives. In fact, EU is both a target and a base for terrorism attacks. The European Commission and Council has established Action Plans with the strategic objective of enhancing the security regarding explosives in order to combat the use of explosive devices by terrorists within the EU. The specific issue of this project is the development of sensitive, selective and fast identification methods to study IEDs before and after their use. Such tasks are central for identifying and backtracking the IED components from the post- blast residues found in crime scenarios. In turn, is critical to prevent criminal/terrorist actions.
RAMANEX

Welcome to RAMANEX !!

The RAMANEX Project answer to the title “New identification methods of improvised explosive devices and post-blast residues by Raman spectroscopy to prevent criminal actions”. The EU is an area of increasing openness and in which the internal and external aspects of security are intimately linked. It is an area of increasing interdependence, allowing the free movement of people, ideas, technology and resources. As a result, it is also an area where criminals/terrorists may abuse to pursue their objectives. In fact, EU is both a target and a base for terrorism attacks. The European Commission and Council has established Action Plans with the strategic objective of enhancing the security regarding explosives in order to combat the use of explosive devices by terrorists within the EU. The specific issue of this project is the development of sensitive, selective and fast identification methods to study IEDs before and after their use. Such tasks are central for identifying and backtracking the IED components from the post-blast residues found in crime scenarios. In turn, is critical to prevent criminal/terrorist actions.
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