LIST OF LECTURES
1. The theoretical basis of forensic expertise as a science: Stages of the formation.
Nail ABBASOV, Forensic Science Centre of Azerbaijan, Azerbaijan
2. Exploration of Digital Dermatoglyphics of two North Indian Communities.
Neha BARYAH, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India
3. Missing Fingerprints - Latent Fingerprint Visualisation.
Miroslav BERKA, Institute of Criminalistics, Czech Republic
4. European Fingerprint Working Group (EFPWG) – Visualization subgroup.
Martin DZURA, Institute of Forensic Science, Slovakia
5. Gun Shot Residue Analysis, Optimum Results by Combination of Scanning Electron Microscopy and Chemography.
Daniel FANINGER, Robert HIRZ, Forensic Science Service, Austria
6. Role of voice recognition in detection of phone frauds.
Rumyana FILIPOVA KOLEVA, Research Institute of Forensic Sciences, Bulgaria
7. The latest trends in Document Fraud.
Andrijana FILKO, Forensic Science Centre Ivan Vučetić, Croatia
8. Long Distance Transfer of GSR Particles.
Ľubor FOJTÁŠEK, Institute of Criminalistics, Czech Republic
9. Probabilistic Method of Evidence Interpretation in Handwriting Examination Using Bayesian Statistics.
Barbora GEISTOVA ČAKOVSKÁ, Institute of Forensic Science, Slovakia
10. Forensic Archaeology in the Netherlands.
W.J. Mike GROEN, Netherlands Forensic Institute, The Netherlands
11. Auditor „the watchdog of system“ in accredited laboratory.
Peter CHOVAN, Institute of Forensic Science, Slovakia
12. Current trends in drug-related crimes in Bulgaria.
Lyubomira IVANOVA IVANOVA, Research Institute of Forensic Sciences, Bulgaria
13. EDEWG Data platform for combination of various databases – new perspectives of document examination.
Adriana JABCONOVA, Institute of Forensic Science, Slovakia
14. Analysis of judicial experts´s practice in Polish law.
Sylwia LAWRENTJEW, Olivia RYBAK KARKOSZ, Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach, Poland
15. Examination of extreme minutiae relations in the friction ridge (International perspective).
Márton LONTAI, Hungarian Institute for Forensic Sciences, Hungary
16. Recognizing Criminal Tendencies and Behaviours through Hand Analysis.
Kanchana KOHOMBANGE, International Hand Analysing Consultancy, Sri Lanka
17. 3D technologies, data collecting and its processing during CSI in Czech security practise.
Zdeněk MAREK, Police Academy of the Czech Republic in Prague, Czech Republic
18. Interpol face recognition.
Campbell McGHEE, Interpol, France
19. Development of a Matrix-independent Method for the Determination of Benzodiazepines in Urine.
Libargachew MIHRETU, Mekelle University, Etyópia
20. Forensic podiatry.
Richa MUKHRA, Panjab University, India
21. Cognitive Bias.
Martin NEŽÁDAL, OKTE Brno, Police of the Czech Republic
22. National Quality Infrastructure.
Phuritpach NSNDITANGKOOL, Royal Thai Police, Thailand
23. Determination of shooting distance using sodium rhodizonate method.
Slobodan OKLEVSKI, Ministry of Interior, Republic of North Macedonia
24. Bomb calls threads.
Jozef PETRÁSŠEK, Institute of Forensic Science, Slovakia
25. Claude Monet's fake signature.
Olivia RYBAK KARKOSZ, Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach, Poland
26. Extraction of azo and anthraquinone dyes from laundered „agro“ diesel fuel - case study.
Hrvoje SARAJLIJA, Forensic Science Centre Ivan Vučetić, Croatia
27. Developing PRÜM Next Generation.
Reinhard SCHMIDT, Ministry of Interior, Criminal Intelligence Service, Austria
28. Project APTO - Automatic processing of traceology objects.
Marta SVÍTKOVÁ, Institute of Forensic Science, Slovakia
29. Psychoactive substance in road traffic.
Jozef ŠIDLO, Institute of Forensic medicine, Slovakia
30. ATM Explosions.
Adrián ŠVANCÁR, Institute of Forensic Science, Slovakia
31. Homogenous Service Bullets - Ricochet on Solid Surface.
Martin VALENTA, Institute of Criminalistics, Czech Republic
32. Forensic Comparative Science: Generalizing Across Disciplines.
John R. VANDERKOLK, Indiana State Police Laboratory, USA
33. Forensic analysis of a newspaper crossword impregnated with new psychoactive substance applying HPLC/MS.
Tibor VERESS, Hungarian Institute for Forensic Sciences, Hungary
34. Forensic Response to the Actual Questions of National Combat Countering Crime and the New Challenges of the Dynamically Changing International Environment.
József VOLARICS, RSPS NBI Criminal Forensic Department, Hungary
35. Analysis of the elemental composition of writing materials in documents by LA-ICP-MS method.
Dariusz WILK, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Department of Criminalistics, Poland
36. Cold case investigation.
Lívia ZATKALÍKOVÁ, Institute of Forensic Science, Slovakia
With financial support of European Union Internal Security Funds Internal Security Fund - Police
Project: Enhancing of expertise staff of Institute of Forensic Science of Police Force
Code of project: SK 2016 ISF SC5/NC3/A2/P2