DFRWS EU 2016 was held March 29-31, 2016 at the University of Lausanne in Lausanne, Switzerland. There were 2 keynotes. The first was by Eoghan Casey & David-Olivier Jaquet-Chiffelle on “The Long and Winding Road to Digital/Multimedia Science”, and the second was by Mr. Zeno Geradts on “Challenges in Big Multimedia Forensics, From Drones to Virtual Reality and Evidence in Court”.
In addition to 13 peer-reviewed papers, there were 6 workshops, 6 industry presentations, and 1 panel “Conclusions Scales or Likelihood Ratios in Digital Forensic Science” moderated by Eoghan Casey.
The EU 2016 Best Paper went to “Automatic Profile generation for live Linux Memory analysis” by Arkadiusz Socała and Michael Cohen.
University of Lausanne Switzerland
March 29, 2016 to March 31, 2016
The Long and Winding Road to Digital/Multimedia ScienceEoghan Casey, Ph.D. & David-Olivier Jaquet-Chiffelle | University of Lausanne
Eoghan is a professor at the University of Lausanne in the School of Criminal Sciences. He has extensive experience working in digital forensic laboratories in the public and private sectors. He has analyzed digital evidence in a wide range of complex investigations, and he has helped organizations handle security breaches, including network intrusions with international scope. He has testified in civil and criminal cases, and has submitted expert reports and prepared trial exhibits for digital forensic and cyber-crime cases. He has written several advanced technical books and many peer reviewed publications, and he created mobile device forensics courses taught worldwide. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Digital Investigation, is a co-founder of DFRWS.org, and contributes to definitions, guidelines, and standards as Executive Secretary of the Digital/Multimedia Scientific Area Committee of the Organization for Scientific Area Committees (OSAC).
David-Olivier Jaquet-Chiffelle is a full professor at the School of Criminal Justice, University of Lausanne, where he started teaching in 2003. Since 2012, he holds the newly created chair in digital traces and identities. David-O. Jaquet-Chiffelle accomplished his PhD thesis in Mathematics at the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. He spent a post-doc at Harvard University (Boston, USA) where he was also lecturer in the Department of Mathematics. Then, he strengthened his experience in cryptology while working for the Swiss government at the Swiss Federal Section of Cryptology. He has a long experience in projects related to identity, security and privacy. David-O. Jaquet-Chiffelle conceived the system used by the Swiss Federal Statistical Office (SFSO) for its official medical statistics of all patients hospitalized in Switzerland. This system allows the SFSO to recognize that the same patient was hospitalized in two different hospitals, even on different years, while protecting the patient's anonymity. All Swiss hospitals now use this system to transfer their data to the SFSO. David-O. Jaquet-Chiffelle has been very active in FIDIS (Future of Identity in the Information Society), a network of excellence of the 6th European framework program and is partner in CANVAS, a newly funded FP7 EU project. He is the inventor of one patent related to authentication processes, and co-inventor of two other patent applications linked to biometric pseudonyms. David-O. Jaquet-Chiffelle regularly acts as an expert for the European Commission and is active in standardization bodies (NIST, ISO). His current research covers OSINT, cybercrime, security and privacy, new forms of identities in the information society, as well as authentication, anonymization and identification processes, especially in the digital world. He is general chair of the International conference DFRWS EU 2016.
Challenges in Big Multimedia Forensics, From Drones to Virtual Reality and Evidence in CourtZeno Geradts | Netherlands Forensic Institute
Zeno Geradts is a senior forensic scientist at the department Digital and Biometrics Traces. He has worked at the NFI since 1991, and has written over five hundred reports for court cases, and testified many times in court. Since 2014 he has been appointed as full professor Forensic Data Science at the Institute for Informatics at the University of Amsterdam. He is currently Chairman of the ENFSI Forensic IT working group, and is the Founding Chairman of the Digital and Multimedia Section of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, where he is currently in the Executive Committee as Treasurer and is expected to be the first non-American President of the AAFS in 2020. Zeno received the Distinguished Forensic Scientist Award of ENFSI in 2012. Mr. Geradts has also validated and implemented several new techniques within the field of Multimedia forensics and is handling editor of the journal Digital Investigation.
|October 5, 2015||Papers/Presentations/Panel Proposals Submission Deadline|
|October 26, 2015||Workshop/Tutorials Proposals Submission Deadline|
|December 14, 2015||Papers/Presentations/Panel Proposals Notification|
|December 14, 2015||Workshop/Tutorials Proposals Notification|
|January 18, 2016||Demo/Poster Proposals Submission Deadline|
|January 25, 2016||Final Paper Draft and Presenter Registration|
|February 16, 2016||Demo/Poster Proposals Notification|
|February 15, 2016||Early Bird Conference Registration Deadline|
David-Olivier Jaquet-Chiffelle (University of Lausanne)
Felix Freiling (Friedrich-Alexander-University) Holger Morgenstern (Albstadt-Sigmaringen University)
Technical Program Committee Chair
Mariangela Biasiotti (Italian National Research Council)
Technical Program Committee Vice Chair
Mark Scanlon (University College Dublin) Thomas Gloe (dence)
Michael Hanson (University of Lausanne)
Vassil Roussev, Ph.D. (University of New Orleans)
Mikael Lindström (Europol EC3) Robert-Jan Mora (Royal Dutch Shell)
Eoghan Casey, Ph.D. (University of Lausanne) Zeno Geradts (Netherlands Forensic Institute) Bruce Nikkel (Bern University of Applied Sciences)
Advertising / Sponsorship
Daryl Pfeif (Digital Forensics Solutions and DFRWS)
Hans Henseler (University of Applied Sciences Leiden)
Rick Smith (ATC-NY)
Tim Vidas (Carnegie Mellon University)
Josiah Dykstra, Ph.D. (National Security Agency)
Demo & Posters Chair
John Sheppard (Waterford Institute of Technology)
Pavel Gladyshev, Ph.D. (University College Dublin)
Technical Program Committee
University of Hertfordshire
Universitá del Piemonte Orientale
Bern University of Applied Sciences
University of Applied Sciences in Geneva
National Cyber Forensics and Training Alliance / Concordia University
King's College London
University of New Haven
European Central Bank
Ahmad Raza Cheema
National University of Sciences and Technology
ABNAMRO bank NV
Patrick De Smet
University College Dublin
Netherlands Forensic Institute
Pavel Gladyshev, Ph.D.
University College Dublin
University of Applied Sciences Leiden
Digital Forensic Investigation Research Laboratory, Hallym University
University of Lausanne
Nhien An Le Khac
University College Dublin
Timothy Leschke, Ph.D.
Johns Hopkins University
Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg
US Air Force Institute of Technology
Vassil Roussev, Ph.D.
University of New Orleans
Bradley Schatz, Ph.D.
BFK edv-consulting GmbH
University of Cape Town
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Risk Analysis Consultants
CERT Société Générale
Institute of Technology Blanchardstown
Norwegian Police University College
Jeroen van den Bos
Netherlands Forensic Institute
Erwin van Eijk
Netherlands Forensic Institute
Wietse Venema, Ph.D.
Carnegie Mellon University
DFRWS EU 2016 Registration Information
DFRWS EU 2016 registration includes access to all presentations, a copy of the printed proceedings, breakfasts, a welcome reception, and entrance to the famous rodeo challenge. Additionally, registered attendees may attend a banquet (including presentation of best paper awards).
Group discounts are available. If you have a group larger than four, please contact eu-registration (at) dfrws (dot) org
If you are a student in a third level graduate or postgraduate degree programme, you may qualify for a student grant covering part or all of your registration fee and/or travel expenses. Please note that travel grants are normally reserved for students presenting original research papers at the conference. For more information, please contact eu-registration (at) dfrws (dot) org. The decisions will be made by the organizing committee on a case-by-case basis considering your circumstances, provided evidence, objectives of the conference, and the available/remaining funds.
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DFRWS EU 2016 Sponsor
The School of Criminal Justice (ESC - a unit of the Faculty of Law, criminal justice and public administration) of the University of Lausanne (www.unil.ch), founded in 1909, has a longstanding international reputation of excellence for research and education in forensic science, criminology and criminal law. The School is a founding member of the European Network of Forensic Science Institutes (ENFSI). Its research portfolio encompasses interdisciplinary matters between forensic science, criminology and the law in areas such as crime analysis and forensic intelligence, DNA evidence, the fight against drug trafficking, digital forensics and cybercrime, interpretation of forensic evidence and the legal issues in relation to the admissibility of forensic evidence in court. The School currently manages several research programs from several agencies, including the Swiss national research foundation. The School currently has about 130 members of staff for 550 students. It delivers a BSc, a MSc and a PhD in forensic science. The PhD program has more than 70 PhD students involved in forensic science research. The ESC has been at the forefront of research dedicated to the objective measurement of the evidential strength to be attached to forensic findings. It was recently part of a group that developed the new ENFSI guideline for reporting forensic evidence. The ESC also has an operational unit offering forensic services to law enforcement agencies and members of the judiciary in Switzerland and abroad. The main areas of expertise are drug analysis, document examination, fire and explosion, microtraces and identification evidence. Overall the operational unit is dealing with more than 500 cases a year.Learn More
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