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Are you interested in presenting at the next edition of Forensics Europe Expo?

We will be inviting academic researchers, practitioners and industry thought-leaders to host a seminar, lead a workshop session or participate in a panel discussion. A call for speakers will run in February 2021 allowing you to submit a proposal.

To discuss opportunities to present your research or share other topical findings, please get in touch with our team.

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Example speakers

DS Nina Sunde

DS Nina Sunde

Lecturer – Norwegian Police College University


Session information: 

Digital evidence and human error - how reliable is the digital forensic examiner?

Recently, much attention has been focused on the processes in which digital forensic investigations are conducted and the people conducting them. As technological development accelerates and provides new investigative tools, we must ensure digital forensic examiners are held to the same scrutiny as their traditional counterparts. Detective Superintendent Sunde will ask the question - ‘how reliable is the digital forensics examiner?

Jeff Gurvis

Jeff Gurvis

Co-Founder – Visionations


Session information: 

AI and the Future of Forensic Science and Crime Scene Response

Nearly every industry is rapidly adopting Artificial Intelligence to improve services and analytics. Forensic Science and Crime Scenes will be no exception. As technology incorporates these tools, workflows and methodologies will change, ideally for the better. Jeff will discuss what AI is and how it will impact forensic science and crime scene response. 

Dr Gill Tully

Dr Gill Tully

Forensic Science Regulator, UK Home Office – Arm’s Reach Body


Session information: 

Reforming forensic science in UK criminal justice system – progress and recommendations

Following a lengthy inquiry into forensic science standards within the criminal justice systems, a House of Lords Science and Technology Select Committee released their findings in 2019 and recommendations for revitalising UK forensics. Dr Tully will deliver a keynote address to provide her perspective on the progress that has been made and the routes toward further improvement.

Jo Ashworth

Jo Ashworth

Head of Transforming Forensics – National Police Chief’s Council


Session information: 

Transforming Digital Forensics

Forensics is an integral part of policing which faces the challenges of an increasingly digital world. Our forensic service needs to modernise, to become more efficient and effective, taking advantage of leading edge technology and innovation to respond to present and future demands. Jo will discuss the programmes progress in creating services which are mobile, agile, exploit technological developments, champion research and development and deliver quality and innovation across the board.