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Wacom Connected Ink 2020: From liquid to digital ink Lecture Now Available

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The presentation of the manager & lead examiner of our Institute entitled “From liquid to Digital ink” that was presentaed at Wacom’s Connected Ink 2020 Event is now available: https://connectedink.wacom.com/niko-kalantzis/ Niko Kalantzis Chartoularios Institute, Greece From liquid to digital ink A handwritten signature is more than just a name – it’s your unique sign of […]


New Publication: Recommendations for capturing signatures digitally to optimize their suitability for forensic handwriting examination

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New publication from the STEFA G8 research team, in which our Institute’s director Niko Kalantzis is a member & contributor. The article entitled “Recommendations for capturing signatures digitally to optimize their suitability for forensic handwriting examination” was published in the Journal of Forensic Sciences. Abstract: The use of digitally captured signatures in everyday course of […]


Wacom Connected Ink 2020: From liquid to digital ink

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The manager & lead examiner of our Institute will be presenting the lecture “From liquid to Digital ink” at Wacom’s Connected Ink 2020 Event. You can find out more information here: https://connectedink.wacom.com/niko-kalantzis/ Register now https://lnkd.in/gkHe_qN Niko Kalantzis Chartoularios Institute, Greece From liquid to digital ink A handwritten signature is more than just a name – […]


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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.  


Chartered Society of Forensic Science workshop: Originals, we work with them but can we do without them?

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The Chartered Society of Forensic Science in collaboration with Chartoularios P.C. Laboratory of Questioned Document Studies, will have our lab manager mr. Nikolaos Kalantzis deliver the following workshop in Staffordshire University: Originals: we work with them, but can we do without them? Date: Friday 7th April 2017 Location: Staffordshire University, Mellor Building (Stoke-on-Trent Campus) This workshop will approach the […]


Chartoularios P.C. is now on Google Maps!

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Chartoularios Laboratory of Questioned Document Studies is now visible on Google Maps.


Chartoularios P.C. now accepts credit cards

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As of today Chartoularios P.C. Laboratory of Questioned Document Studies is accepting credit cards in order to provide better services to our clients.


Updated list of available lectures & workshops

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The updated list of currently available lectures & workshops in English is as follows:  Examination & Identification of Colour Laser Printers Workshop (EUW01) 15-01-2016  Η ανανεωμένη λίστα με τα διαθέσιμα σεμινάρια & workshops έχει ως ακολούθως: Η χρήση του στερεοσκοπικού μικροσκοπίου στη Δικαστική Εξέταση Εγγράφων : Refresher Course(GRR01) 17-12-2015 Εισαγωγή στις Εργαστηριακές Εξετάσεις Δικαστικής Γραφολογίας […]


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The following positions are currently available: Trainee Examiner Junior Examiner


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