Published on : Saturday, September 12, 2015
The largest European conference on forensic sciences is held at the Prague Congress Centre from the 6th until the 11th of September, 2015. A series of expert presentations, including the latest findings in the case of unsolved murders of prostitutes in England, will be presented. The opening ceremony was attended by Czech police chief Dr. Tomáš Tuhý, President of the Academy of Sciences Prof. Jiří Drahoš, Rector of Charles University in Prague, Prof. Tomas Zima and Rector of the University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague Prof. Karel Melzoch.
The 7th European Academy of Forensic Sciences (EAFS 2015) is organised by the Prague Institute of Criminology, Czech Police on initiation of the European Network of Forensic Science Institutes (ENFSI) supported by professional services by C-IN. This conference is held every three years. The first meeting took place in 1997 in Lausanne, Switzerland, where 470 specialists gathered from 39 countries. In the following years, cities such as Krakow, Istanbul, Helsinki, Glasgow and Hague acted as a conference venues.
“Pushing boundaries” is the motto of this year´s conference. “This corresponds to the focus of the five main themes, among which will be discussed, for example forensic laboratory management and future work at the scene”, said the Head of Prague Institute of Criminology Dr.Pavel Kolář.Nearly 1000 delegates from around the world are registered for EAFS 2015. Among them are experts fromforensic laboratories, medical researchers, academics and university students. “The conference programincludes more than 700 contributions. We have selected about 350 of the most interesting lectures andalmost 400 posters, which were divided into 18 scientific sections and 14 thematic workshops “, says Dr. Kolář.
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