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Webinar #3 Forensic Data Science on Multimedia Big Data

  • 29 Jan 2016
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Webinar


  • This is our "Thank you" gift for all our 2016 members.
  • Special webinar rate for affiliate organizations: FAPSA and Other IAI divisions. Please contact webinar organizer for the special registration code.

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New to eForensic? An overview of forensic data science on multimedia big data

EU IAI will kick off 2016 with this great webinar by one of our own Board member. It is our thank you gift to all our members for their continued support. 

This webinar will provide an overview of forensic data science on multimedia big data. Since the amount of video and image material grows rapidly and a forensic analysis takes much time, within the webinar we will focus on analysis of big data and systems to handle this in a forensic context. It will provide insights in state of the art methods for facial comparison, emerging biometrics of hand and feet shape, as well as the limitations are discussed of using these. Furthermore issues  of integrity and authenticity of the evidence will be discussed.

 Zeno Geradts is a senior forensic scientist at the Netherlands Forensic Institute of the Ministry of Justice at the Digital Evidence and Biometrics section in the area of forensic (video) image processing and biometrics. He is also R&D coordinator at the Digital and Biometrics department as well as program manager big data and cyber forensics. From September 1st 2014, he is appointed as professor on forensic data science by special appointment at the University of Amsterdam.

Prof.dr. Zeno Geradts works since 1991 at the Netherlands Forensic Institute as a forensic scientist. He started in toolmarks where he wrote several hundreds of reports and in 1995 he switched to firearms and since 1997 he works at the digital evidence departement. He is expert witness in image analysis and biometric (face comparison) as well as R&D coordinator in digital evidence. In 2002 he received a PhD from the University of Utrecht based on research on computational matching of images from shoeprints, toolmarks, drugs pills and cartridge cases. At the AAFS he has been chairman of the Engineering Section and since 2008-2010 chairman of the section Digital Evidence and Multimedia, he was elected by the section as member of the Board of Directors of the AAFS from 2010-2013. He elected Vice President of the AAFS 2015-2016. He is chairman of the ENFSI Forensic IT working group. Within the IAI he is board member of the European Division since 2015. He published many papers in forensic journals and contributions to books and is active on casework as expert witness and projects in digital evidence. 

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