Events

In this page the complete list of events attended by LASIE partners is reported. Planned events are reported as well.

Events organised by LASIE

2nd LASIE Workshop “LASIE– pilots for supporting investigators and forensic analysts in digital evidence analysis”, placed on 22-23 June 2016 at Metropolitan Premises premises in London, UK. More details and the program are available

1st LASIE Workshop “LASIE: supporting forensic analysts in digital evidence retrieval and analysis”, placed on 15-17 July 2015 at Queen Mary University premises in London, UK. More details of the program and of the workshop results are available

3rd LASIE Workshop “LASIE– pilots for supporting investigators and forensic analysts in digital evidence analysis”, placed on 28 September 2017 at Università degli Studi di Torino – Campus Luigi Einaudi in Turin, IT. More details are available at the following link

Industrial fairs

– IFSEC 2014, placed on 17-19 June 2014 at ExCel London, UK

– Security ESSEN 2014, placed on 23-26 September 2014 in Essen, Germany

– Expoprotection 2014, placed on 4-6 November 2014 in Paris, France

– INTERSEC Dubai 2015, placed on 18-20 January 2015 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

– APS 2015, placed on 29 September – 1 October 2015 in Paris, France

– INTERSEC Dubai 2016 placed on 17-19 January 2016 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

– Security & Policing Exhibition 2016 on 8-10 March 2016 at Five, Farnborough, UK

– Expoprotection 2016, placed on 7-9 November 2016 in Paris, France

– Intersec Dubai 2017, placed on 22-24 January 2017 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

– IFSEC 2017, placed on 20-22 June 2017 in London, UK

– IBC 2017 The Internationl Broadcasting Convention, Conference & Exhibition for Media, Entertainment and Technology professionals, 14th – 19th September 2017, Amsterdam, Netherlands

– APS 2017 o The trade fair for safety technology (Alarms Protection Security show) o 26th – 28th September 2017, Paris, France

– SICUR 2018 (Planned) The international security, safety and fire exhibition, 20th – 23rd February 2018, Madrid, Spain

Conferences

– 21th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing placed on 27-30 October 2014 in Paris  

– International Conference on Image Analysis and Recognition (ICIAR) 2014 placed on 22 October 2014 in Vilamoura, Algarve, Portugal

– 6th ICDP Conference – LASIE sponsorship with half a day for LASIE topics related EU projects placed on 15-17 July 2015 in London, UK

– 2nd Industrial Surveillance Day at AVSS’2015 placed on 25-28 August 2015 in Karlsruhe, Germany

– EUSIPCO’2015 placed on 31 August 2015-4 September 2015 in Nice, France

– EUROCRIM’2015 placed on 2-5 September 2015 in Port, Portugal

– ICT 2015 20-22 October 2015 in Lisbon, Portugal

– SSN 2016 (7th Biennial Survellance & society and conference) placed on 20-24 April 2016 in BArcelona, Spain

– DCASE 2016 (Detection and Classification of Acoustic Scenes and Events 2016) placed on 3 September 2016 in Budapest, Hungary

– ICIP 2016 25th-28th September 2016, Phoenix, Arizona, USA

– ICDP 2016 (The international conference on Imaging and Crime Detection and Prevention) 23rd-25th November 2016, Madrid, Spain

– NIPS 2016 (The International Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems) 5th-9th December 2016, Barcelona, Spain

– VISUM 2017 (5th edition of VISion Understanding and Machine intelligence Summer School) 7th-14th July 2017, Porto, Portugal

– ICDP 2017 (The international conference on Imaging and Crime Detection and Prevention) 13th-15th December 2017, Madrid, Spain 

Talks/keynotes at universities

– Davis, J.P. (keynote). Super Recognisers: The theory ‘Super Recognisers’: Practice, Law and Policy. Northumbria School of Law, University of Northumbria, 14 April 2015. With DCI Mick Neville (MPS), A/S Paul Smith (MPS) and three MPS Super Recognizers (SRs). Additional audience: lawyers, academics and senior civil servants.

– Davis, J.P. (invited talk). Super-recognisers in the police and general public. University of Hull, 15 April 2015.

– Davis, J.P. (invited talk). ‘Super-recognisers’ in the Metropolitan Police: Do they all possess superior face recognition ability? York Applied Face Recognition Meeting, University of York, 4 June 2015

– Davis, J.P. (invited talk). Technology and face recognition. University of Central Lancashire, Preston, 10 June 2015.

– Davis, J.P. (invited talk). Super-recognisers in the police and the general public. British Psychological Society: Wessex Branch.University of Winchester, 16 September 2015.

– Davis, J.P. (invited talk) Super-recognisers in the London Metropolitan Police Service. Pre-SARMAC Face Day Workshop, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 23 June 2015.

– Davis, J.P. (2015, invited talk). Super-recognisers in the police and the general public. British Psychological Society: Wessex Branch. University of Winchester, 16 September 2015.

– Davis, J.P. (invited talk). Memory, wrongful convictions, face blindness and super-recognition, Greenwich Volunteer Police Cadets, University of Greenwich, 3 February 2016.

– Davis, J.P. (invited talk). Super-recognisers in the police and general public. Department of Psychology, University of Newcastle, 19 February 2016.

– Davis, J.P. (invited talk). Super-recognisers in London’s Metropolitan Police Service.
Bangladesh Police Bureau of Investigation, Dhaka, Bangladesh. 22 February 2016.

– Davis, J.P. (invited talk). Super-recognisers in the Metropolitan Police Service. Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science, University College London, 16 March 2016.

– Davis, J.P. (invited talk). The diverse operational skills of police super-recognisers, Forensics Europe Expo, Olympia, London (UK), 19-20 April 2016.

– Davis, J.P. (invited talk). The identification of super-recognisers for identity verification. Person recognition in security settings Workshop, University of Portsmouth, 2 June 2016.

Other events 

– Open day organized on the 15th May 2015 by the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas/Information Technologies Institiute, in order to present ongoing research projects (including LASIE) to general public, Greek companies and other interested organisations and stakeholders

– Seminar with Roger Clarke at PRIO on 29 August 2016: “The Contested Semantics of ‘Security’ and the Curious Case of Privacy Impact Assessments applied to National Security Initiatives”. The report of the event is available at: LASIE_Clarke_seminar_FINAL_ok_cleanv2

– Seminar with Mireille Hildebrandt at PRIO planned on on 18 November: “Artificial Police Agents: Looking Awry”. More information is availabel at: Artificial Police Agents: Looking Awry

– Seminar with Gemma Galdon Clavell at PRIO on 17 February 2017: “Not so Smart Cities? A Guide to Helping Cities Develop Ethical Data Strategies”. The report of the event is available at LASIE_Not so Smart Cities

– Seminar with Mark B. Salter at PRIO on 13 June 2017: “From Risk Management to Security Culture: the Changing Organization of Security”. The report of the event is available at From Risk Management to Security Culture, LASIE Seminar Report 4

Dissemination in workshops

– MediaEval 2015 Workshop, held in Barcelona (Spain) on 16-17 October 2014.

– ADVISE Liaison workshop and Videosense 2014 Winter School, placed in Pont Saint Martin, Valled d’Aosta (Italy), on the 24th-26th November 2014

– ADVISE roundtable on (privacy) impact assessments as a response to (smart) surveillance, 8th Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) 2015 conference placed on 21th January 2015 in Brussels (Belgium)

– AN2V (National Association about Videoprotection) thematic meeting on the videosurvellance “How to efficiently protect a site ?”, held in Paris (France) on 15 March 2016. LASIE approach was presented in the third roundtable: “Which solutions to ease the processing of recorded video data?” – www.an2v-pixel.com/article.php?r=108&a=.

– P-REACT final trials event, held on 31 March 2016 in Bologna (Italy).

– CBRN Forensics Conference, organised by the GIFTG CBRN project in Brussels on the 15th March 2016.

– Smart Prevent final Seminar, held on 26 April in Las Rozas de Madrid (Spain).

Dissemination to specialized audience 

– Discussions between IMT and Gendarmerie française:

– British Transport Police (national force) briefed by MET on CCTV and LASIE, 2nd February 2015

– Professor Tom Sorrell, ethics expert, briefed by MET on CCTV and LASIE, 6th February 2015

– Formal presentation of LASIE by ACIC to Jean-François Lespes (Departemental Directorate of Public Security, Haute Garonne, France), 23rd April 2015.

– Briefs with New York Police Department and several UK police departments July-September 2015

– Davis, J.P. The diverse operational skills of police super-recognisers. Forensics Europe Expo, Olympia, London, 19-20 April 2016

– New ways of harnessing images for law enforcement and national security. The Chartered Society of Forensic Scientists, Oxford, 21 October 2016. Davis, J.P. (2016: invited talk).

– CCTV and recognition evidence by super-recogniser witnesses. Trading Standards Investigation Seminar Exeter Racecourse, Exeter, Devon, 5 October 2017.