Forensic Science Day Registration

On behalf of The Forensic Science Program at the University of Toronto Mississauga,

you are cordially invited to attend our

 

22nd ANNUAL FORENSIC SCIENCE DAY

Student Internship Presentations


Friday, April 6th, 2018

REGISTRATION:  Room 108, Kaneff Bldg.  (right next door to the Second Cup)

STUDENT PRESENTATIONS:  Matthews Auditorium, Room 137,  Kaneff Centre


The day will begin with Registration and a Continental Breakfast; Morning Session Student Internship Presentations; followed by Lunch; then the Afternoon Session Student Internship Presentations; we then wrap-up the day's events with a brief Reception.

All invited guests are welcome to join us for the Continental Breakfast, Lunch and Reception.

Please RSVP using the link below (or form is at bottom of this page) by April 2nd, 2018.

http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/forensic/fsc-day/forensic-science-day-registration

 

UTM FORENSIC SCIENCE DAY

PRELIMINARY STUDENT TALK SCHEDULE

Matthews Hall (Kaneff Centre Rm. 137)

APRIL 6th, 2018

 

TIME

SPEAKER

Topic

9:15

Joel Cahn, FSC481 Instructor

Opening Remarks

9:20

TBD

Welcome Address

MORNING PRESENTATIONS

9:30

Claire Swanston

Investigating the use of single metal vacuum metal deposition for latent fingerprint visualization

 

9:40

Aaron Yu

Testing the optimal metal for latent fingerprint development on low density polyethylene plastics using the vacuum metal deposition technique

 

9:50

Yee Tung (Charmaine) Fung

Assessing the suitability of Sciluminate for fingerprint recovery from surfaces of differing colours and porosities

 

10:00

Qadija Yusuf

Using HFE 7100 as a carrier for Rhodamine 6g in fingerprint detection

 

10:10

Michael Ho

The use of liquid latex to facilitate fingerprint development off the exterior surfaces of vehicles

 

10:20

Namrata Kochhar

Using 3D fingerprinting to unlock an iPhone

 

10:30

Quan Le

The feasibility of using a blood substitute in bloodstain pattern reconstruction

 

10:40-11:05

 

COFFEE BREAK

11:05

Breanne Reidy

Rates of decomposition and taphonomic changes to remains in Lake Simcoe

 

11:15

Andres Rodriguez Betancourt

Virtual reassembly of fragmentary crania: an assessment of accuracy and reliability for osteological analyses

 

11:25

Grace Gregory-Alcock

The effects of cannabinoids on the rate of incidence of fatal motor vehicle collisions in Nova Scotia

 

11:35

Navneet Aujla

Homicide and Indigenous Canadians in Ontario; a 10 year retrospective study (2005-2015)

 

11:45

Louise Lee

The relationship between body mass index and characteristics of sharp force injury deaths

 

11:55

Long Hin Leung

Optimization of running condition of digital droplet PCR

 

12:05

Yaqi (Grace) Gao

Comparison of dissolvable forensic swabs to cotton swabs on evidence collection

12:15-1:50

LUNCH -- BLIND DUCK PUB

1:50

Feature Presentation:

Caitlin Pakosh, HBSc, JD

TBD

AFTERNOON PRESENTATIONS

2:10

Joy Chen

Detecting signature characteristics attributed to the Autopen Atlantic ii

 

2:20

Cathy Zhao

Review of moral psychopathy research: affective data

 

2:30

Elizabeth Steele

Influence of communicator characteristics on opinions of guilt

 

2:40

Sabrina Demelo

Determining the effect of the prolific offender program on crime severity for monitored prolific offenders in the Waterloo region

 

2:50

Hafsa Saleem

The association between urine drug testing (UDTs) and substance misuse deterrence in forensic psychiatric patients

 

3:00

Kahina Haroune

A 10-year retrospective study of miscarriage of justice arguments in the Ontario court of appeal

 

3:10

Joel Cahn

Closing remarks

 

3:15

RECEPTION -- BLIND DUCK PUB

 

 



PARKING ON CAMPUS FOR THE EVENT 

**Complimentary FSC Day Event Parking Location:  CCT Underground Garage & Parking Lot #9 ONLY! 

Please enter the campus using the main entrance located at Mississauga Rd. and The College Way (The College Way extends into the Campus). Access to CCT Underground Garage is through Parking Lot #9.

  ** You MUST reserve complimentary parking when registering on-line for Forensic Science Day. 

Please Note:  Guests who have reserved parking should proceed directly to either the CCT Garage OR to Parking Lot #9 to park (Access to CCT Underground Garage is through Parking Lot #9). You may park anywhere in the CCT Garage, with the exception of any parking spaces marked designated for "Car Pool Permit Holders" and "Invited Friends and Families" --Please DO NOT PARK in these spaces.

Anyone parking elsewhere on campus other than the CCT Garage or Parking Lot #9:  Visitor/Daily Parking Permits MUST be purchased from Pay and Display machines in Lots 3, 4 and 8  or the Alumni House.

UTM Campus Map/Directions:  http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/parking/parking-information/maps-directions

Please register your attendance with us for Forensic Science Day below.

**Please Note: In order to ensure that our records are accurate, all fields in the registration form must be filled in, including "Licence Plate Number". (*Exception:  Guests who are assigned a company vehicle on "the day of" and cannot provide a licence plate number in advance upon registering, you can just leave this field blank.)

Don't forget to RSVP for the following: 

  • Morning Session Talks
  • Afternoon Session Talks
  • Lunch
  • Complimentary Parking Pass
  • Reception

Forensic Science Day Registration