EAFS 2022
30 May – 3 June

Click on each session below to take part in information about all lectures and abstracts. Each subject area is color-coded.Please note that the program may be updated.

Congress Hall A
Congress Hall ABC
Congress Hall C
FH-203+204
FH-204
FH-300
FH-307
FH-501
FH-503+504
NL-Auditorium
NL-Pillar Hall
NL-Music Hall
NL-253
NL-254
NL-255
NL-351
NL-353
NL-354
NL-355
NL-356
NL-357
NL-358
NL-359
NL-361
NL-362
NL-451
NL-453
NL-461
NL-462
NL-463
Coffee Areas
Poster Area
Lunch Areas
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09:30
 
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10:30
 
11:00
 
11:30
 
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WS 001 Decentralization of forensic laboratories, challenges and opportunities
09:00-12:30
WS 003 The Process of Process Mapping in Latent Print, Handwriting and Firearm Examination - Part 1
09:00-12:30
WS 004 Taphonomic research facilities – establishing, maintaining and creating possibilities for forensic science
09:00-12:30
WS 005 Crime Scene Investigation: where to from here? A European perspective - Part 1
09:00-12:30
WS 006 The role of forensic science in the investigation and monitoring of environmental security problems
09:00-12:30
WS 007 Application, Implementation, and Resources for the Adoption of Ambient Ionization Mass Spectrometry in Forensic Laboratories
09:00-12:30
WS 008 Reporting findings of latent print comparison - Standardised conclusions and accreditation ISO/IEC 17025
09:00-12:30
WS 002 The principles of Forensic Science - towards a universal approach
09:00-12:30
Coffee/tea
Coffee Areas
10:30-11:00
Welcoming Lunch
Lunch Areas
12:30-13:30
Opening Ceremony
13:30-14:30
Plenary Speaker 1
14:30-15:15
Coffee/tea
Coffee Areas
15:15-15:50
WS 009 - A multimodal look at forensic evidence
15:15-17:20
OP Forensic Management - Doing the Right Thing (1)
15:40-17:20
OP Chemistry - Drugs (1)
15:40-17:20
WS 003 The Process of Process Mapping in Latent Print, Handwriting and Firearm Examination - Part 2
15:50-17:20
WS 005 Crime Scene Investigation: where to from here? A European perspective - Part 2
15:50-17:20
OP Scene of Crime - Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology (1)
15:50-17:00
OP Chemistry - Fingermark Development (1)
15:50-17:20
OP Digital Evidence - Mobile Device, Network and Location Forensics (1)
16:00-17:00
OP Marks Impressions and Biometric Traces - Face Recognitoin/Body and Gait (1)
16:00-17:20
OP Forensic Medicin and Toxicology (1)
16:00-17:00
OP Scene of Crime - Training and Education (1)
16:00-17:20
OP Forensic Management - Doing Things the Right Way (1)
16:20-17:20
OP Forensic Medicin and Toxicology (2)
16:20-17:20
Plenary Speaker 2
08:30-09:15
OP Forensic Management - Doing the Right Thing (2:1)
09:30-10:10
OP Forensic Medicin and Toxicology (3:1)
09:30-10:10
OP Forensic Management - Doing Things the Right Way (2:1)
09:30-10:10
WS 011 Designing and using virtual reality in crime scene investigation and training
09:30-12:10
OP Chemistry - Gunshot Residues (GSR) (1:1)
09:30-10:10
WS 010 The forensic values of fusing 3D data from terrestrial laser scanners and photogrammetry
09:30-12:10
WS 013 - Forensic Case Coordination - What is it? Who does it? And what can it do for you? - Breakout room
09:30-12:10
WS 013 - Forensic Case Coordination - What is it? Who does it? And what can it do for you? - Breakout room
09:30-12:10
WS 013 - Forensic Case Coordination - What is it? Who does it? And what can it do for you?
09:30-12:10
OP Scene of Crime - Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology (2:1)
09:30-10:10
WS 014 - Do you understand what I am saying? A workshop on communicating forensic science
09:30-12:10
OP Digital Evidence - Mobile Device, Network and Location Forensics (2:1)
09:30-10:10
OP Marks Impressions and Biometric Traces - Friction Ridge Skin (1:1)
09:30-10:10
WS 015 - Human factors in Forensic Science: lessons learned and common themes from the National Institute of Justice/National Institute of Standards and Technology Expert Working Groups
09:30-12:10
WS 016 - Preparation for the Basic General Forensic Knowledge Examination
09:30-12:10
OP Chemistry - Drugs (2:1)
09:30-10:10
Coffee/tea
Coffee Areas
10:10-10:40
OP Forensic Management - Doing the Right Thing (2:2)
10:40-11:50
OP Digital Evidence - Mobile Device, Network and Location Forensics (2:2)
10:40-12:10
OP Forensic Medicin and Toxicology (3:2)
10:40-12:10
OP Chemistry - Gunshot Residues (GSR) (1:2)
10:40-11:50
OP Marks Impressions and Biometric Traces - Friction Ridge Skin (1:2)
10:40-11:50
OP Forensic Management - Doing Things the Right Way (2:2)
10:50-12:10
OP Scene of Crime - Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology (2:2)
10:50-12:10
OP Digital Evidence - Digital Imaging (1)
10:50-12:10
OP Chemistry - Drugs (2:2)
11:00-12:10
Lunch
Lunch Areas
12:10-13:25
OP Scene of Crime - Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (1)
13:15-14:35
OP Chemistry - Ignitable Liquids and Fire Debris Analysis (1)
13:15-14:35
OP Scene of Crime - Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology (3)
13:15-14:55
OP Forensic Management - Doing the Right Thing (3)
13:25-14:35
WS 017 - Creating a virtual reality experience for crime scene investigation and training
13:25-16:10
NRGD - Brainstorm on the Future of Digital Forensics
13:25-15:25
WS 018 - A practical approach to combining evidence in interdisciplinary casework
13:25-17:10
OP Chemistry - Drugs (3)
13:35-14:35
Coffee/tea
Coffee Areas
14:35-15:25
Poster Session 1
14:35-15:25
Plenary Speaker 3
15:25-16:10
Panel Debate 1
16:10-17:10
Plenary Speaker 4
08:30-09:15
OP Forensic Management - Doing the Right Thing (4:1)
09:30-10:40
OP DNA/Forensic Genetics (1:1)
09:30-10:40
WS 019 - Virtual and Mixed Reality applications for Crime Scene Investigation, Reconstruction, Presentation, Training and Education - Breakout room
09:30-12:20
WS 019 - Virtual and Mixed Reality applications for Crime Scene Investigation, Reconstruction, Presentation, Training and Education
09:30-12:20
WS 020 - Challenges in Digital Forensics, mobile, AI and IoT
09:30-12:20
WS 021 - Vehicle Forensics - Part 1
09:30-12:20
WS 022 - Novel strategies to meet the NPS challenge
09:30-12:20
WS 023 - Validation of forensic DNA analysis methods
09:30-12:20
WS 024 - Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology
09:30-12:45
WS 025 - From textbook to e-learning - a new web-based training platform for forensic practitioners
09:30-12:20
WS 026 - Lessons learned from the covid-19 pandemic
09:30-12:20
Student Poster Session
09:30-12:20
WS 027 - Calibration and validation of likelihood-ratio systems
09:30-11:40
OP Scene of Crime - Fire and Explosion Investigation (1:1)
09:30-10:40
WS 028 - Chemometrics: easy to use tools for processing and interpreting data of forensic samples - Part 1
09:30-12:20
OP Marks Impressions and Biometric Traces - Firearms and Tools (1:1)
09:30-10:40
OP Forensic Medicin and Toxicology (4:1)
09:30-10:30
WS 029 - WS Basic forensic neuropathology EAFS workshop
09:30-12:20
OP Chemistry - Drugs (4:1)
09:30-10:40
OP Marks Impressions and Biometric Traces - Friction Ridge Skin (2)
09:40-11:00
OP Digital Evidence - Mobile Device, Network and Location Forensics (3:1)
09:50-10:40
Coffee/tea
Coffee Areas
10:40-11:40
Poster Session
10:40-11:40
OP Forensic Management - Doing the Right Thing (4:2)
11:40-12:20
OP DNA/Forensic Genetics (1:2)
11:40-12:20
OP Scene of Crime - Fire and Explosion Investigation (1:2)
11:40-12:40
OP Marks Impressions and Biometric Traces - Firearms and Tools (1:2)
11:40-12:20
OP Digital Evidence - Mobile Device, Network and Location Forensics (3:2)
11:40-12:20
OP Forensic Medicin and Toxicology (4:2)
11:40-12:20
OP Chemistry - Drugs (4:2)
11:40-12:20
Lunch
Lunch Areas
12:20-13:35
WS 034 - MSAB Ecosystem: An all-round approach to Mobile Forensics
13:05-17:15
OP Chemistry - Drugs (5:1)
13:25-15:05
WS 030 - Do you understand what I am saying? A workshop on communicating forensic science
13:35-16:15
WS 031 - A forensic practitioner's cookbook for building LR systems from data
13:35-16:15
WS 021 - Vehicle Forensics - Part 2
13:35-16:15
WS 032 - Predictive in vitro models, case work and early warning system as tools for identification and classification of new psychoactive substances
13:35-16:15
OP DNA/Forensic Genetics (2:1)
13:35-14:45
WS 033 - What is a complex DNA-mixture? Complex DNA- mixture interpretation, statistical evaluation and the use of a supporting expert system
13:35-16:15
WS 036 - Identifying and interpreting cremated human remains
13:35-16:15
Student Poster Session
13:35-16:15
WS 035 - Hansken the open platform for digital forensic investigation
13:35-17:15
WS 028 - Chemometrics: easy to use tools for processing and interpreting data of forensic samples - Part 2
13:35-16:15
OP Marks Impressions and Biometric Traces - Speaker Recognition (1:1)
13:35-15:05
R&D information
13:35-16:15
WS 037 - Digitally captured signature visualizations through Namirial's FirmaCertaForensic software: a review of the range of natural variation in different representations
13:35-17:15
OP Marks Impressions and Biometric Traces - Footwear and Garments (1:1)
13:35-15:05
OP Scene of Crime - Capturing the Crime Scene, Complex Scenes (1:1)
13:35-15:05
OP Forensic Management - Education and Training (1:1)
13:45-15:05
OP Chemistry - Material (1)
13:45-15:05
OP Forensic Statistics (1)
13:45-15:05
OP Digital Evidence - Forensic Visualization (1)
14:05-15:05
Coffee/tea
Coffee Areas
15:05-15:35
OP Forensic Management - Education and Training (1:2)
15:35-16:15
OP DNA/Forensic Genetics (2:2)
15:35-16:15
OP Chemistry - Drugs (5:2)
15:35-16:15
OP Marks Impressions and Biometric Traces - Footwear and Garments (1:2)
15:35-16:15
OP Scene of Crime - Capturing the Crime Scene, Complex Scenes (1:2)
15:35-16:15
Plenary Speaker 5
16:30-17:15
The European Day - Introduction
08:30-09:00
Plenary Speaker 6
09:00-09:45
Plenary Speaker 7
09:45-10:30
Coffee/tea
Coffee Areas
10:30-11:30
Student Poster Session
10:30-12:30
Poster Session
10:30-11:30
WS 039 - Scientific Publication: Reading, Writing, and Reviewing
10:45-12:45
WS 038 - The SHUTTLE Project Toolkit for Micro-trace Analysis Part 1
11:00-12:30
WS 040 - Smartphone-based crime scene documentation with INSITU - a hands-on workshop - Part 1
11:00-12:30
WS 041- Sampling strategy for the interpretation and evaluation of cases of alleged sexual assault Part 1
11:00-12:30
WS 042 - INSPECTr: Intelligence Network and Secure Platform for Evidence Correlation and Transfer
11:00-12:30
WS 043 - Data for forensics: Presentation of two European research projects (STARLIGHT and popAI)
11:00-12:30
OP Digital Evidence - Computer, Cybercrime, Malwear and Database Forensics (1)
11:10-12:30
OP Legal and Ethical (1)
11:20-12:50
OP Scence of Crime - Trace and Evidence Interpretation (1)
11:20-12:30
OP Chemistry - Explosives (1)
11:20-12:30
OP European Perspective (3)
11:20-12:30
OP European Perspective (1)
11:20-12:30
OP DNA/Forensic Genetics (3)
11:30-12:30
OP Marks Impressions and Biometric Traces - Friction Ridge Skin (3)
11:30-12:30
OP Forensic Statistics (2)
11:50-12:30
OP European Perspective (2)
11:50-12:30
OP European Perspective (4)
11:50-12:30
Lunch
Lunch Areas
12:30-13:45
OP Marks Impressions and Biometric Traces - Firearms and Tools (2)
13:35-15:15
WS 038 - The SHUTTLE Project Toolkit for Micro-trace Analysis Part 2
13:45-15:15
EFSA 2030
13:45-15:15
OP DNA/Forensic Genetics (4)
13:45-15:15
WS 040 - Smartphone-based crime scene documentation with INSITU - a hands-on workshop - Part 2
13:45-15:15
Student Poster Session
13:45-15:15
WS 041 - Sampling strategy for the interpretation and evaluation of cases of alleged sexual assault Part 2
13:45-15:15
OP European Perspective (6)
13:45-15:15
OP European Perspective (7)
13:45-15:15
WS 044 - First results of the Cyclopes Project
13:45-15:15
OP European Perspective (5)
13:45-15:15
OP Digital Evidence - Artificial Intelligence (1)
13:45-15:15
OP Legal and Ethical (2)
13:55-15:15
OP Scence of Crime - Trace and Evidence Interpretation (2)
13:55-15:15
OP Chemistry - Explosives (2)
13:55-14:55
OP Forensic Statistics (3)
13:55-15:15
OP Marks Impressions and Biometric Traces - Documents,Handwriting and Signature (1)
13:55-15:15
OP European Perspective (8)
14:15-15:15
Coffee/tea
Coffee Areas
15:15-15:45
Plenary Speaker 8
15:45-16:30
Panel Debate 2
16:30-17:30
Plenary Speaker 9
09:00-09:45
Coffee/tea
Coffee Areas
09:45-10:15
Student Poster Session
09:45-11:45
OP DNA/Forensic Genetics (5)
09:55-11:45
OP Digital Evidence - Artificial Intelligence (2)
10:15-11:45
OP Forensic Statistics (4)
10:15-11:25
OP Chemistry - Environment (1)
10:15-11:45
OP Scene of Crime - Complex Scenes (2)
10:25-11:45
OP Marks Impressions and Biometric Traces - Firearms and Tools (3)
10:25-11:45
OP Chemistry - Trace, Transfer and Persistence (1)
10:25-11:45
Closing Ceremony
12:00-13:00
Lunch
Lunch Areas
13:00-14:15