Biometrics in Law and Forensic Science Conference
CrimeLab Fair, with standardisation in forensic science as a leading theme, is a specialist, branch event and a meeting venue for manufacturers, distributors of products and services used in forensic technology as well as the customers. The concept is not only to provide a venue for business meetings and trade presentations, but also to initiate the discussion on standards in forensics, exchange of knowledge and experiences. The agenda shall account for multiple events to promote scientific achievements, modern technology and research methods used in forensic technique
|What||laboratory LIMS Forensics LIS|
|Where||MT Polska Centre, Warsaw|
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The discussion on standards in forensic science is commenced by a conference devoted to biometrics, a dynamically developing science, dealing with recognition of human beings on the basis of their physical and behavioural traits. The basic assumption of the conference is to create an interdisciplinary space for cooperation and exchange of experience in the field of forensic and legal application of biometric tools and adapting them to the standards. This undertaking is co-organised by leading entities which conduct research and perform analysis of biometric technology implementations with particular emphasis on the use of technology in forensics. The Conference is addressed to practitioners, entrepreneurs and individuals engaged in performing research.
Aim of Conference
The conference aims to present and summarise the actual knowledge on legal and forensic applications of biometrics in Polish and international law. The conference shall draw attention to important theoretical and practical issues associated with standardisation and development of technologies related to biometrics, and also indicate the key risks associated with their application.
- Biometrics in Polish and international law;
- Forensic identification vs. biometric technologies;
- Threats connected with biometric technology application;
- Biometric data security;
- Standardisation in forensic science.
Central Forensic Laboratory of the Police – Research Institute, University of Warsaw Faculty of Law and Administration