2nd volume now available from CRC press

9781439825143

A supplemental follow-up to Forensic Human Identification: An Introduction is now available for purchase. Advances in Forensic Human Identification covers advances in the most well-known scientific techniques and discusses new and developing subjects and modalities of human identification. Details can be found here

Call for Papers

We are inviting submissions for presentations and workshops at the upcoming BAHID conference on 19th-21st May 2017 in Manchester (UK). The theme of the conference is "Migration & Identification".

We are welcome submissions from all fields related to Migration and Identification. Please limit your abstract submission to 250 words and indicate whether you are submitting for a workshop, podium or poster presentation.

Podium and Poster Presentations

We encourage abstracts for podium and poster presentations from all disciplines related to Human Identification, those with a particular reference to the issues surrounding Migration and Identification are encouraged. If you wish to submit an abstract, please do so by Friday 31st March 2017. If you would like to be considered for a presentation on the Sunday morning as part of the BAFA meeting, please indicate this with you submission. We have two slots available for this session, and priority will be given to those in professional or research active academic positions.

Please include the following in your abstact:

  • Title of presentation
  • Authors name and contact information
  • Type of presentation preferred (podium or poster)
  • An abstract for the presentation of no more than 250 words
  • A short biography for the presenting author (podium presentation only)

Please send your proposals to conference@bahid.org 

Podium presentation slots will be 20 minutes (plus up to 10 minutes for questions). If selected to present, you will be asked to send your presentation slides to the Membership Secretary (memsec@bahid.org) 24 hours prior to the conference (or bring them to me on the Friday evening if you are at the venue). Further details will be sent to those selected to present at the conference.

Poster submissions are expected to be A0 and portrait orientation. Further details will be sent to those who are selected to present.

Student Presentations

Students are encouraged to submit abstracts for podium and poster presentation at the upcoming conference and can be entered into the Student Prize competition. The student presentations can be on any topic, although those related to the conference theme are preferred. To be eligible for a student prize, you must be present at the conference. Please indicate on your submission that you would like to enter.

Student podium presentations will be 10 minutes with 5 minutes for questions. If selected to present, you will be asked to send your presentation slides to the membership secretary 24 hours prior to the conference. Further details will be sent to those selected to present at the conference. The guidelines for the abstract are as above.

Poster submissions are expected to be A0 and portrait orientation. Further details will be sent to those who are selected to present.

Abstract submission deadline: Friday 31st March

Please send your abstract to conference@bahid.org.