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Location: ICTP
Address: Via Grignano, 9 I - 34151 Trieste (Italy)
Room: Kastler Lecture Hall (AGH)
Date: 20 May 08:30 - 19:00

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REGISTRATION: Upon arrival, Visitors not staying in the ICTP Guest Houses, are kindly requested to complete registration formalities at the Adriatico Guesthouse as follows: Office 3 (Lower level) from 8.30 till 10.00. TRAVEL UNIT (Only for those Visitors receiving daily living allowance/travel reimbursement, who have not provided their bank account data through the on-line portal) Only after ha ... More
on 20/5/2019 at 6:30
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- Requirements for forensic investigations - The current landscape of elemental imaging / mass spectrometry imaging / direct mass spectrometry techniques –to give the participants an overview of upcoming techniques and an appreciation for how nuclear techniques may fit within this landscape. - E.g. XRF, SEM-EDS, LA-ICP-MS, CyTOF, LIBS compared with PIXE ; Direct and imaging mass spectrometry ... More
Presented by Melanie BAILEY on 20/5/2019 at 14:30
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Since the early days of forensics, scientific thinking has been an important tool for the elucidation of cases. Nowadays, science is used by all forensic community on routine basis. This talk will tackle the main challenges of bringing science and forensics to detect food fraud. The challanges will be discussed in terms of real-case studies. Finally, the potentialities of nuclear techniques appl ... More
Presented by Johnny F. DIAS on 20/5/2019 at 15:15
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on 20/5/2019 at 9:55
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Presented by Sandro SCANDOLO on 20/5/2019 at 9:30
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The presentation will explain “what is forensic science” beginning with an historical introduction. The role of forensic scientists in criminal investigation will be illustrated, beginning with the principle of Locard. A discussion about the meaning of “identification”, “classification” and “individualization” will follow. Different types of scientific evidence will be explained, s ... More
Presented by Francesco ROMOLO on 20/5/2019 at 13:00
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1) Very short presentation on who we are and what we do at UNICRI in the area of crime and justice and why we are interested in the IAEA activities (future outreach) 2) Putting into context: organized crime interest in low priority enforcement areas and differentiation of the criminal portfolio: the case of counterfeiting and food fraud 3) Discussing concrete areas where criminal activities and ... More
Presented by Marco MUSUMECI on 20/5/2019 at 10:00
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Transnational criminal markets are present around the world, dealing with drugs, arms, trafficked people, toxic waste, stolen natural resources or protected animals' parts. Many of the benefits of globalization such as easier and faster communication, movement of finances and international travel, have also created opportunities for transnational organized criminal groups to flourish, diversify a ... More
Presented by Francesco ROMOLO on 20/5/2019 at 12:00
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Presented by Aliz SIMON, Sandro SCANDOLO, Giuseppina MADDALUNO, Francesco ROMOLO on 20/5/2019 at 8:00
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Aliz Simon (IAEA), Giuseppina Maddaluno (UNICRI), Francesco Saverio Romolo (University of Bergamo, Italy), Local Organiser: Sandro Scandolo