1st Joint Meeting European Network of Forensic Handwriting Experts (ENFHEX) & European Fingerprint Working Group (EFP-WG)

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 The 1st Joint meeting of the European Network of Forensic Handwriting Experts (ENFHEX) & the European Fingerprint Working Group (EFP-WG) was successfully completed in Porto (Portugal) from 9 till 12 of September 2019. The conference was attended by more than 180 experts, coming from institutions from allover Europe, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Canada and other countries. During the […]


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Michael Pertsinakis awarded PhD.

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We are very happy to announce that Senior Examiner Mr. Michael Pertsinakis successfully defended his thesis “The influence of visual feedback in the static and dynamic individual characteristics of handwriting” and received the award of PhD in Forensic Sciences by the Staffordshire University. We congratulate deeply Dr. Pertsinakis and we wish him the best for […]


Handouts available for the Non-Originals: The pitfalls & the possibilities of working without original documents

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Handouts given during the Non-Originals: The pitfalls & the possibilities of working without original documents workshop,given on the 2nd of April during the Emirates International Forensic Conference & Exhibition in Dubai, are now available. The handouts  can be downloaded from the following link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ttdohmvoj39vpdv/DUBAI%20%20Workshop%20Handouts.pdf?dl=0 If you wish you can subscribe to the Laboratory’s  mailing list to receive […]


Recent updates in literature #2

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Forensic Science International:   Tae-Yi Kang, Joong Lee: Multiform Korean handwriting authentication by forensic document examiners Xiaohong Chen: Extraction and analysis of the width, gray scale and radian in Chinese signature handwriting Hiromi Itamiya, , Ritsuko Sugita: Effects of printing and ninhydrin treatment on forensic analysis of paper


The ticking time bomb of photocopy acceptance in the Public Sector

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Examination of photocopies, from the aspect of Forensic Document Examination, is problematic, as the “image” of genuine handwriting & signatures can be transferred to a document, with the photocopying process hiding all relevant evidence. Current image processing technology, combined with the affordability of electronic scanning device (scanners) and color printers, enables the average person to […]


Recent updates in literature #1

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Forensic Science International: Evaporation of a non-ideal solution and its application to writing ink aging (Antonio A. Cantú)   National characteristics and variation in Arabic handwriting (Ahmed A.N. Al-Hadhrami, Mike Allen, Colin Moffatt, Allison E. Jones) Laser printer attribution: Exploring new features and beyond (Anselmo Ferreira Luiz C. Navarro, Giuliano Pinheiro, Jefersson A. dos Santos, Anderson Rocha)   […]


Lecture: Limitations of Forensic Ink Examination via Raman Spectroscopy & S.E.R.R.S.

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This lecture was deliverd at the MSc program for Document Analysis of the University of Central Lancashire, in 2011. An abridged version is available here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/544t4164glok43i/Raman-4the-List.pdf?dl=0


Occupation: Document Examiner

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Story by “Nea Kriti”: http://www.neakriti.gr/?page=newsdetail&DocID=830153


(Ελληνικά) Δύο αναφορές σε δημοσίευση της ερευνητικής εργασίας μέλους του Χαρτουλάριου.

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