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Approximately 170 PhD and FSM students, scientists, experts and forensic enthusiasts attended a very successful annual CLHC symposium at the CWI conference center at Amsterdam Science Park on October 28th. The first annual CLHC symposium on-site in three years! A day full of interesting and inspiring talks and poster presentations, but maybe most of all a great opportunity to finally connect with each other again and exchange ideas in person.
Gregory Mounier - Europol Innovation Lab
Annemieke de Vries - R&D and Innovation Vision and Strategy of NFI
Rolf Ypma - Introduction forensic datascience

In the plenary program dr Annemieke de Vries provided her vision and passion for innovation and research at the NFI. Gregory Mounier talked about boosting innovation in the European Law Enforcement community. In addition, several scientific presentations were given that are connected to the NFOA (Dutch Forensic Research Agenda) workshops. These workshops will be hosted by the Lorentz Center in Leiden in Oktober and November and should provide the basis of an inspiring research agenda for forensic science in the Netherlands.  Several themes were introduced by the workshop leaders at the symposium followed by interesting talks on the topic. 

Poster Awards

Also this year, a poster session was organised during lunch where attendees presented their work and views in the form of a scientific poster. A best forensic PhD best poster and best FSM student poster price was awarded. Congratulations all!

FSM student poster price winners
FSM student poster price winners