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CSAFE Researchers to Present at AAFS Annual Meeting

2021 AAFS Annual Scientific Meeting

The Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensic Evidence (CSAFE) researchers will be presenting at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) annual scientific meeting. The virtual meeting will be held Feb. 15-19 and will showcase the current research in the forensic sciences fields.

CSAFE researchers will share the latest advancements in their research including footwear and latent print analysis, forensic methods for digital evidence and using statistical methods in forensic science. Below is the list of CSAFE presentations and poster submissions.

For more information about the AAFS meeting, visit https://aafs.org/AAFS/Meetings/2021-Meeting/2021-Annual-Meeting.aspx.

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

You may also be interested in these presentations and posters from CSAFE’s board members, research collaborators and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) collaborators. An asterisk (*) denotes a collaborator or board member.

  • The Importance of Collaboration and Transparency in Forensic Science Oversight: Lessons from Texas
    Lynn Garcia*
  • The Organization of Scientific Area Committees (OSAC) Digital/Multimedia Scientific Area Committee Standards Work—Part 1: Digital Evidence and Speaker Recognition
    Lam D. Nguyen*, David Brian Marks and Richard Vorder Bruegge
  • Crowdsourcing Forensics: Generating a Digital Artifact Catalog
    Lam D. Nguyen* and Eoghan Casey
  • Effective Teaching Practices
    Kimberlee Sue Moran, Cynthia J. Kaeser Tran, Tim Thompson, Melinda K. McPherson*, Charla Skinner Perdue and Ashley Hudgins
  • Digital Teaching Tools
    Kimberlee Sue Moran, MSc; Cynthia J. Kaeser Tran, PhD; Tim Thompson, PhD; Melinda K. McPherson*, Charla Skinner Perdue and Ashley Hudgins
  • Implementing Organization of Scientific Area Committees (OSAC) Standards at the Local Level: Lessons from Texas
    Lynn Garcia* and Mark D. Stolorow
  • The Accuracy and Reliability of Forensic Handwriting Examiner Decisions
    Linda Eisenhart, R. Austin Hicklin, Brian Eckenrode, Peter J. Belcastro, Jr., Ted M. Burkes, Meredith DeKalb Miller, Michael A. Smith, Connie L. Parks and JoAnn Buscaglia*
  • The Need for Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications (ELSI) Evaluations in Forensic Science Methods and Police Investigative Technologies
    Sarah Chu*
  • Demonstrating Confidence in the Reliability of Digital Forensic Tools
    Barbara Guttman* and James R. Lyle*
  • Introduction to Bayesian Networks
    Simone Gittelson*
  • Demonstrating Confidence in the Reliability of Digital Forensic Tools
    Barbara Guttman* and James R. Lyle*
  • New in Computer Forensics Tool Testing’s (CFTT’s) Mobile Forensics—SQLite, SQLite Recovery, and a New Federated Testing Tool
    Jenise Reyes-Rodriguez, Barbara Guttman* and Richard Ayers
  • Standards Consortium—The Implementation of Forensic Science Standards in an Operational Setting: Challenges and Solutions
    John P. Jones II* (co-chair of the Standards Consortium)

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