NCFS Faculty Receive New Research Awards
Congratulations to Dr. Baudelet, Dr. Ballantyne, and Dr. Hanson on their new research awards from the National Institute of Justice!
Matthieu Baudelet, PhD: “Pre-grouping of commingled human skeletal remains by elemental analysis”
Jack Ballantyne, PhD and Erin Hanson, PhD: “Transfer, Persistence and DNA Source Attribution of Trace Biological Material in Digital Penetration Assault Cases”
Dr. Sigman in the lab
UCF Chemistry Professor Leads Discussion at Chemical Weapon Forensics Symposium in Helsinki, Finland
The National Center for Forensic Science at UCF is the only university laboratory participating in a global study.Read the Article
Dr. Baudelet and John Lucchi in the lab
Image: Applied Spectroscopy Journal
Tire Classification by Elemental Signatures Using Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
John Lucchi, Dan Gluck, Sidney Rials, Larry Tang, Matthieu Baudelet
Dr. Baudelet, Dr. Tang, and their students collaborated with the FDLE in the research of novel method for tire evidence analysis.
Data-Driven Forensic Science: Research and Operational Support Databases
Much of the research at the National Center for Forensic Science is focused on building structured collections of information, known as databases, to assist in forensic casework today and transform current practices into the data-driven forensics of the future. This brochure highlights some of the databases developed at NCFS.Download Brochure