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Current Trends in Forensic Trace Analysis Online Symposium

We are glad to extend an invitation to attend the 2020 Online Symposium “Current Trends in Forensic Trace Analysis”, the theme of this year’s symposium is “The value of trace evidence multidisciplinary nature: needs and opportunities”

Hosted by the CFSRE, this symposium is designed for Administrators, Practitioners, Researchers, Consultants, Educators & Students. This unique course provides attendees with live access to internationally renowned experts in their field speaking on topics related to forensic science and forensic trace analysis.

Registration is FREE and CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS are available!

This is the second installment of the Online Forensic Symposium Series with a focus on Current Trends in Forensic Trace Analysis.  Program Chairs Tatiana Trejos (West Virginia University) and Gerard van der Peijl (Netherlands Forensic Institute) have assembled a stunning array of speakers from around the world, each day a virtual master class on a core topic in trace analysis including gunshot residue analysis (GSR), paint, glass, hair, tape, and a special session entitled “Trace Evidence: From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom”.


Some highlights of the event:


  • Free Registration
  • Continuing Education Credits
  • On-demand Access After Live Events
  • In-depth, 45-60-min Presentations on Critical Issues
  • Expert Panel Discussion Wrap-up Each Day


To register and to download the agenda visit at www.forensicsymposium.org


I have attached the final program, please feel free to share this invitation with your colleagues.


If you are interested in presenting an e-poster please contact the Program Chairs before June 30th, 2020



Best Regards,

Tatiana Trejos, Program Chair (Tatiana.trejos@mail.wvu.edu )

Gerard van der Peijl, Program Co-Chair (g.van.der.peijl@nfi.nl )

Tom Gluodenis, Program Founder, Organizer and Vendor Liason (tgluo001@fiu.edu )


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