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The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Forensic Science, is glad to invite you to a symposium on the Recent developments in Fingerprint analysis – from ridge pattern to chemical analysis. This session is a special edition dedicated to the ENSFI (European Network of Forensic Science Institutes) Fingerprint Working group, who are visiting the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.

This symposium will take place on the 17th of January 2024 from 14.30 to 16.30 hours at the Nicolaes Tulphuis (NTH) Amsterdam and will consist of an introduction about the ENFSI and the role of the fingerprint working group in the forensic field by two members of the ENSFI Fingerprint working group, followed by a presentation on the interpretation of fingermark traces in the criminal justice system by the Dutch Police and a presentation on the extraction of valuable chemical insights from fingermarks by the Amsterdam UMC.

So don’t miss out on this great Forensic Fingerprint session with top experts working in forensic practice. Of course, this session will end with social drinks and networking opportunities.

Attending the session and participation in the social drink is free of charge. In order to assist in the preparation of the event, everyone who wants to attend, please register via this link REGISTRATION Symposium or use the QR-code provided in the flyer.

On behalf of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, we hope to welcome you on the 17th of January!