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The LASIE consortium is pleased to announce the 1st workshop of project that will take place in London (UK) on the 15th and 16th of July 2015

25th May 2015

The LASIE consortium is pleased to announce the 1st workshop of project that will take place in London (UK) on the 15th and 16th of July 2015:

 

“LASIE: supporting forensic analysts in digital evidence retrieval and analysis”

 

Participation to the workshop is free, with a limited number of seats available.

 

The 1st LASIE Workshop aims to promote the opportunity in empowering forensic analyst and investigators in fighting against crime represented by LASIE and in training operators in using technologies supporting them in dealing with digital evidence and facing ethics and privacy issues.

The workshop will include demonstration of some of the LASIE features.

The Workshop foresees a Training session, a Roundtable on “Ethics vs. efficiency in content extraction for digital evidence” and the EU project session co-organised with the Imaging for Crime Detection and Prevention” Conference – ICDP 2015.

 

WHEN & WHERE

THE TRAINING SESSION

15th July 2014, 9:30 – 13:15, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, E1 4NS London (UK)

THE ROUNDTABLE SESSION

15th July 2014, 14:30 – 18:00, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, E1 4NS London (UK)

THE EU PROJECT SESSION

16th July 2014, 9:00 – 13:00, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, E1 4NS London (UK) at ICDP Conference

 

PROGRAMME

TRAINING SESSION

Time

Topic

9:30

Welcome

9:40-10:00

Presentation of the project

10:00-10:20

LASIE compliance with regulatory requirements

10:20-10:45

User Needs: Storylines of the users scenarios

(Functionalities of the system through sketches)

11:00-12:15

Live Demos

12:15-13:15

Feedback, open discussions  and Question Time

13:15

End of the Training session

 

ROUNDTABLE SESSIONEthics vs. efficiency in content extraction for digital evidence

The shape of the panel: we foresee no presentations. The aim is to have a vivid discussion. Thus, in other words, no slides nor any presentations are allowed. The moderator will ask 3-4 questions, the same for all panelists, and each person has max. 2 (two) min. to answer. The time to answer each will be strictly respected. Having concluded the panels, there will be discussion with the public.

 

14:30

Welcome

14:40-15:00

Presentation of the Roundtable session scope

15:00-16:00

1st Roundtable:

6 end users will present requirements and questions

16:00-16:15

Coffe break

16:15-17:15

2nd Roundtable:

6 EU projects, privacy and ethics experts and policy makers

17:15-18:00

Feedback, open discussions  and Question Time with audience

18:00

End of the Roundtable session

 

EU SESSION

The programme of the session is published on the Programme page of the ICDP Conference 

 

WHO IS THE IDEAL ATTENDEE

The target groups of the Workshop is constituted by the stakeholders in a criminal investigation:

  • Police officers: who is in general in charge of collecting evidences, managing evidences repository, evaluating technologies and storing or dealing with multimedia material;
  • Analysts;
  • Prosecutors;
  • Experts in the ethics and privacy filed;
  • Policy makers;

 

HOW TO PARTICIPATE

Participation is free of charge.

Please register by sending an email to Claudio Massari: c.massari@innovationengineering.eu.