Presentation for the 78th ASQDE Conference – The use of Digitally Captured Signature technology in everyday casework: Introducing Wacom’s PHU-111 Clipboard

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Niko Kalantzis: Presentation for the ASQDE 78th Conference (August 2020) As presented for the 78th conference of the American Society of Questioned Document Examiners (ASQDE) The use of Digitally Captured Signature technology in everyday casework: collecting & using samples with the Wacom Clipboard Description: Forensic Handwriting Examination research in Digitally Captured Signature (DCS) usually focuses […]


Presentation for the 78th ASQDE Conference – The current situation of conclusion reporting in Germany & Greece, & the use of the “official” German Verbal Scale of conclusions.

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Thomas Hecker – Niko Kalantzis: Presentation for the ASQDE 78th Conference (August 2020) Conference presentation from  Thomas Hecker & Niko Kalantzis on the current status of conclusion systems for Handwriting Examination reports in Germany & Greece & brief introduction of the “Official” German Scale. Description: In Berlin in 2005 Forensic Handwriting Experts from the government sector […]


Nikolaos Kalantzis elected member of the Steering Committee of the European Network of Forensic Handwriting Experts (ENFHEX)

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During the 1st joint meeting of the European Network of Forensic Handwriting Experts (ENFHEX) & the European Fingerprint Working Group (EFP-WG) that took place in Porto (Portugal) during 9-12 of September  2019, the manager of our laboratory was elected as part of the Steering Committee of European Network of Forensic Handwriting Experts (ENFHEX). The members of our laboratory wish him luck […]


Registration to our new Newsletter

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In conformity with GDPR regulation we invite you to register once again through the following form to learn about our latest activities.   COMPLETE THE CONTACT FORM  


(Ελληνικά) Δήλωση Ενδιαφέροντος Συνεργασίας

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Academic support for 12-10-2017 Staffordshire University lecture now available

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The attendance & engagment from students was overwelming & I am grateful for the experience. Recommended literature on Cognitive Bias in Forensic Science as follows: Cognitive Bias and Blindness: A Global Survey of Forensic Science Examiners A biased opinion: Demonstration of cognitive bias on a fingerprint matching task through knowledge of DNA test results Contextual […]


17th conference of International Graphonomics Society in Gaeta, Italy οn June 18, 2017

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We inform you that Senior Examiner of our lab Dr. Michael Pertsinakis will present his findings titled “The result of visual feedback in the static and kinetic individual characteristics of signatures” at the 17th conference of International Graphonomics Society in Gaeta, Italy οn June 18, 2017. This conference has been endorsed by IAPR ( International […]


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 […]


Visiting Lectures at UCLan MSc Document Analysis

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On Thursday April 6th of 2017, our laboratory manager mr. Nikolaos Kalantzis will deliver two lectures to the MSc Document Analysis students of  the University of Central Lancashire. The titles of the lectures are as follows: Casework examples – non-standard cases require non-standard approach. Contextual bias in forensic science & document examination.  


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