International Conference on

Forensic Research & Technology

Melbourne, Australia   July 23-24, 2018

Call for Abstract

Forensic science is that provision for science to criminal and common laws, basically on the criminal side throughout criminal investigation, likewise legislated toward those lawful norms about permissible proof and criminal technique. Measurable researchers collect, preserve, furthermore investigate experimental proof throughout that course about an examination. Same time a few measurable researchers head out to those scenes of the wrongdoing to gather information the proof themselves, others possess a research Centre role, and performing dissection once Questions brought should them toward different people.

Criminal law is the study of law that relevance to crime. It prohibits conduct recognize as threatening, harmful, or otherwise endangering to the belongings, health, safety, and moral welfare of mankind. Criminal law differs according to jurisdiction, and dissimilar from civil law, where significance is more on dispute           intention and victim compensation than on punishment. Criminal law is typical for the uniquely serious potential result for failure to abide by its rules. The criminal law generally prohibits undesirable acts.

 

  • Track 2-1: Criminal law and criminal justice
  • Track 2-2: Fraud, white collar and organized crime
  • Track 2-3: Drugs: Markets, policies and consumption
  • Track 2-4: Violence and the aftermath of violence
  • Track 2-5: Policing, security and citizenship

Victimology is the investigation of the connection between the victim and the perpetrator. To comprehend this idea, initially, we should comprehend what the terms casualty and culprit mean. The casualty is a man who has been hurt by a culprit. The culprit, otherwise called the guilty party, is a person who has carried out the wrongdoing against the casualty. Law authorization organizations utilize the investigation of victimology and the hypotheses of victimology to decide why the casualty was focused by the wrongdoer.

  • Track 3-1: Criminal Justice
  • Track 3-2: Psychology of Violence
  • Track 3-3: Victims Rights
  • Track 3-4: Criminology
  • Track 3-5: Rape Victims

Sociology is the study of human social relationships and institutions. Sociology’s topic is various, extending from crime to religion, from the family to the state, from the divisions of race and social class to the mutual convictions of a typical culture, and from social steadiness to radical change in entire social orders. Binding together the investigation of these different subjects of study is social science's motivation of seeing how human activity and cognizance both shape and are molded by encompassing social and social structures.

  • Track 4-1: Criminology
  • Track 4-2: Death and Dying
  • Track 4-3: Psychosocial matters
  • Track 4-4: Forensic Organizations

Cyber security ensures the information and integrity of registering resources having a place with or connecting with an association's system. Its motivation is to protect those advantages against all risk on-screen characters all through the whole life cycle of a Cyber-attack. Kill chains, zero-day assaults, ransomware, alert fatigue and budgetary imperatives are only a few of the difficulties that cyber security experts confront. Cyber security specialists require a more grounded comprehension of these subjects and numerous others, to have the capacity to go up against those difficulties all the more viably.

  • Track 5-1: Cyber security: Crime
  • Track 5-2: Cyber & Technology
  • Track 5-3: Criminal Law
  • Track 5-4: Cyber security: Legislation
  • Track 5-5: Case coverage

Forensic Medicine is also known as the forensic pathology. Scientific pathology keeps tabs ahead figuring out that reason for death toward looking at carcass. Measurable pathologists and the restorative examiners are extraordinarily prepared medical practitioners who inspect the figures for individuals who die suddenly or violently. That measurable pathologist is answerable for figuring out the extreme and quick purposes behind that suspension for life and way for passing homicide, suicide, and accidental, characteristic or unknown.

Fingerprinting was first used to solve a criminal investigation in the late 1800’s. The practice has remained one of the most common and effective forensic techniques. Advances in technology have improved upon old techniques and have made it easier to identify hidden, or latent, fingerprints. Each fingerprint is unique to an individual and no two fingerprints have ever been found to be the same. Even identical twins who share similar DNA will have different fingerprints.

  • Track 8-1: latent detection
  • Track 8-2: Electronic recording
  • Track 8-3: Footprints
  • Track 8-4: Tyreprints

Forensic nursing is a specialty within the nursing field that allows medical care and the law to intersect. Forensic nurses may treat patients and individuals involved in crime and sexual assault incidents, as well as assist in evidence collection and death investigations. Forensic nurses play a major role for the critical resource for anti-violence efforts. They collect evidence and give testimony  from the victims which can be used in a court of law to apprehend or prosecute perpetrators who commit violent and abusive acts.

  • Track 9-1: Child abuse
  • Track 9-2: Sexual Assault

When an unknown body of a victim has been obtained, the forensic experts start to analyses the evidences. Like cause of death, details of victim, such as age. Thus forensic age estimation plays a major role, by detecting or analyzing the size of the body, teeth, skull they can determine the approximate age of a person. This region people will mostly work on the buried or decomposed, burnt dead bodies etc.

 

  • Track 10-1: Human trafficking
  • Track 10-2: Criminal responsibility
  • Track 10-3: Falsification of age
  • Track 10-4: Secondary sexual development
  • Track 10-5: Psychological development
  • Track 10-6: Dental development
  • Track 10-7: Skeletal maturation
  • Track 10-8: Medical clavicle

Digital forensics is the branch of Forensic science in which it deals with the process of uncovering and interpreting electronic data obtained from the digital devices , whereas this process is also known as Computational forensic .The main theme  of the process is to preserve any evidence in its most original form while performing a structured investigation by assembling, identifying and evaluating the digital information for the purpose of restoring the past events.

  • Track 11-1: Digital evidence protection models
  • Track 11-2: Digital forensic technologies
  • Track 11-3: Digital forensic field guides
  • Track 11-4: Digital image forgery detection
  • Track 11-5: Forensic Document Examination
  • Track 11-6: Digital forensic investigations- Case reports
  • Track 11-7: Digital forensic readiness management system

Forensic anthropology means study of Criminal Investigations for the applications of Anthropology. Several methods & concepts were included from biological anthropology i.e. study of the physical features of humanity. Forensic Anthropology is a main part for identifying unknown things. Anthropologists assist in recognition firstly by building a biological profile. This includes estimating sex, age, ancestry and stature, by identifying specific characteristics like injuries or diseases. In addition to helping identify human remains, the anthropologist analyzes injuries that happened around the time of a person's death, which helps to determine how a person died.

  • Track 12-1: Biological Anthropology
  • Track 12-2: Linguistic Anthropology
  • Track 12-3: Cultural Anthropology
  • Track 12-4: Multiscalar Processes and Structures

Forensic chemistry is the application of chemistry to law implementation processes.  The Forensic chemist can identify the unknown materials obtained at the incident area by using many different analytical methods to reveal what chemical changes occurred during an incident. The latest techniques that come under forensic chemistry are Capillary electrophoresis. Implementation  of icp-ms in chemical analysis of forensic evidence, Laboratory automation in forensics, Case studies of drug profiling, Method development and applications of LC-MS/MS in forensic analysis which is used for the identification of the drug products. 

  • Track 13-1: Capillary electrophoresis in forensic chemistry
  • Track 13-2: Laboratory automation in forensics
  • Track 13-3: Applications of icp-ms in chemical analysis of forensic evidence
  • Track 13-4: Case studies of drug profiling
  • Track 13-5: Applications of desi-ms in forensic analysis
  • Track 13-6: Volta metric analysis of "substance of abuse"
  • Track 13-7: Method development and applications of LC-MS/MS in forensic analysis

It is the branch of medical science which deals with the study, diagnosis, treatment, prevention of mental illness and behavioral disorders. Forensic psychiatry practionars should practice according to the guidelines and ethical principle. It will be interesting to know the extent of dimensions as well as the influence of one system on the other, their respective roles and professional sensitivity. The forensic psychiatrist has to offer his professional expertise to the criminal justice system, whenever required, for decision making in the greater interest of the society. While offering his expert services he has to keep in mind that he has to be objective, honest and impartial so that full justice is done in the interest of the society.

  • Track 14-1: Criminological studies
  • Track 14-2: Personality disorders
  • Track 14-3: Risk assessment and case studies
  • Track 14-4: Ethical issues in forensic psychology
  • Track 14-5: Latest amendments to forensic psychology law
  • Track 14-6: Clinical Psychology
  • Track 14-7: Behavioral forensic science
  • Track 14-8: Case studies of crime and socio-economics conditions
  • Track 14-9: Recent advancements and techniques in criminal psychology
  • Track 14-10: Criminology
  • Track 14-11: Sexual Violence

Forensic Pathology comes under the pathology that mainly deals with the examining the reasons of death at the crime area.  The recent techniques which are used for the examining the reasons to the death areas following  forensic autopsy- case studies, determination of post-mortem interval, MRNA analysis of death investigations, forensic veterinary pathology ,and implications in forensic pathology and post mortem interval analysis.

  • Track 15-1: MRNA analysis of death investigations
  • Track 15-2: Forensic autopsy- case studies
  • Track 15-3: Implications in forensic pathology
  • Track 15-4: Forensic veterinary pathology
  • Track 15-5: Advancements in forensic pathology

Forensic Engineering is the process of investigation of structures or components of the materials that does not function due to causing personal damage to the property, function as intended or bridge damage evaluations. This process is having large scope in the fields of accident reassembling, Human factor evaluation in structural failures. The current issues which are rapidly growing in the forensic engineering are finger print silicone engineering, engineering investigation analysis, forensic evaluation using ultrasonic and radar echo techniques.

  • Track 16-1: Chemical engineering investigation analysis
  • Track 16-2: Finger print silicone engineering
  • Track 16-3: Damage assessments for engineering structures
  • Track 16-4: Human factors assessment in structural failures
  • Track 16-5: Accident reconstruction
  • Track 16-6: Bridge damage evaluations
  • Track 16-7: Fingerprint detection

Forensic DNA analysis is the most appropriate techniques which are used by the forensic experts to identify the victim by using there DNA samples obtained at the crime are compared to the suspected victims. The recent trends which are followed by the scientists are novel methods of extraction of DNA from weathered and ancient bone fragments, Novel methods of purification of crime scene DNA analysis, the DNA identification techniques includes ABO typing and Short tandem repeat (STR) technology testing for forensic DNA analysis, Forensic mitochondrial DNA data analysis, Forensic analysis using portable analyzers, Efficient methods for recovery of high quality DNA and RNA in forensic analysis. 

  • Track 17-1: DNA analysis Techniques
  • Track 17-2: Evaluation of forensic DNA profiling methods
  • Track 17-3: Development and validation of assays for screening of specimens
  • Track 17-4: Forensic analysis using portable analyzers
  • Track 17-5: DNA profiling
  • Track 17-6: Efficient methods for recovery of high quality DNA and RNA in forensic analysis
  • Track 17-7: Forensic mitochondrial DNA data analysis
  • Track 17-8: Novel methods of purification of crime scene DNA analysis
  • Track 17-9: Recent advancements in forensic DNA analysis
  • Track 17-10: DNA crime science
  • Track 17-11: Forensic Bioinformatics