Tracks

Selected by the EAFS 2025 Scientific Committee, the conference tracks incorporate the areas of Forensic Science covered by the ENFSI Expert Working Groups (EWG). These tracks are curated to assist attendees in identifying sessions that align with their specific areas of interest. Forensic science is a multi-disciplinary field, bringing together the theory and practice of various sciences to assist the justice system and we encourage the submission of conference abstracts in multiple tracks. As some of these tracks encompass diverse areas of interest, we have identified topics for some of these tracks.

  • CBRN
  • Explosives
  • Flammables
  • Gunshot Residue (GSR)
  • Paint and Glass
  • Textile and Hair
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Computer, Cybercrime, Malware and Database Forensics
  • Digital Imaging
  • Forensic Visualisation (VR, AR, 3D)
  • Mobile Device, Network and Location Forensics
  • Vehicle Forensics
  • Body Fluid Identification
  • DNA Databases
  • DNA Interpretation
  • DNA Typing with Potential Forensic Applications
  • Evaluative Reporting of DNA Findings
  • Forensic Phenotyping and Ancestry Markers
  • Investigative Genetic Genealogy (IGG)
  • Kinship/Familial DNA
  • Missing Persons Identification
  • Population Genetics
  • Standards in Forensic Genetics
  • Transfer, Persistence, Prevalence and Recovery
  • Management of Organisational Crime
  • Quality Systems and Accreditation
  • Vicarious Trauma and Staff Psychosocial Wellbeing
  • Forensic Archaeology
  • Forensic Medicine
  • Toxicology
  • Ethics in Forensic Science
  • Legal Matters for Forensic Scientists
  • Management of Bias
  • Presentation of Evidence
  • Body and Gait
  • Document, Handwriting and Signature
  • Face Recognition
  • Fingerprint Recognition
  • Firearms and Tools
  • Footwear and Garment
  • Friction Ridge Comparison and Identification
  • Speaker Recognition
  • Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
  • Capturing the Crime Scene
  • Complex Scenes
  • Fire and Explosion Investigation
  • Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology
  • Implementing New Technologies at Crime Scenes
  • Trace Evidence and Interpretation
  • Training and Education for Crime Scene Investigators