With the advent of high-end technology, fraudulent efforts are on rise in many areas of our daily life, may it be fake paper documents, forgery in the digital domain or copyright infringement. In solving the related criminal cases use of pattern recognition (PR) principles is also gaining an important place because of their ability in successfully assisting the forensic experts to solve many of such cases. The 7th International Workshop on Computational Forensics (IWCF) aims at addressing the theoretical and practical issues related to this field, i.e. role of PR techniques for analysing problems in forensics. The workshop will put emphasis on forged document analysis both in hard copy and digital medium. Analysis of handwriting or signature, detection of change in original documents, writer/speaker identification and verification and copyright violation will be discussed at length. Effort is to bring the people together who are working on these issues in different areas including document and speech processing, music analysis, digital security, forensic sciences, etc. Some broad areas, though not limited to, of the workshop are:
Like in the previous years, the workshop will be a place for elaborate discussion of the academic and industrial works, documenting the advances in the related field and creating mutual collaboration on related areas. Interaction among practitioners and academic researchers will receive special attention in this workshop.
|Submission paper opens||Submission Deadline (Extended)||25 September 2016|
|Notification of Acceptance||15 October 2016|
|Camera ready deadline and
early bird registration
|Submission Deadline||30 October 2016|
|Workshop||Workshop date||4 December 2016|
Date: September 05-09, 2016
Venue: Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Gjøvik, Norway.
Registration Deadline: August 15, 2016.
Paper manuscripts should be original and contain contributions of theoretical, experimental or application nature, or be unique experience reports. Please prepare the manuscript in accordance with the Springer LNCS format guidelines. The maximum number of pages is 12. All papers must be in English. Electronic documents (PDF) submitted via the upload-site until September 15, 2016 will be evaluated for originality, significance, clarity, and soundness by at least three independent expertsSubmit
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
National University of Science and Technology,Islamabad
School of Computing, Science and Engineering
University of Salford,Manchester,UK