Opportunity to Publish Full Paper in Forensic Science International (FSI)
Forensic Science International (FSI) offers the opportunity to publish a digital open-access Supplement to the Journal as proceedings of the EAFS 2022. If you had one or several abstracts accepted for the conference, you are invited to submit a full paper from this abstract. You will find more information about how to submit etc. here.
EAFS 2022 under Less than 6 Minutes!
To your left is a filmed and photographed summary of the week of EAFS 2022, produced by Conference Photographer Marcus Andrae.
Photo and Video Galleries
During the course of EAFS we have taken quite a few photos and videos. We have created a page with photo and video galleries on our webbsite and are currently uploading new photos and videos as the conference proceeds. Visit our Gallery Page.
Plan your transfers with good margin!
On 2-3 June, the UN is arranging the high-level meeting Stockholm +50
No trains will operate on 4-6 June, due to track work.
Risk of long waiting times in the security checks, in Terminal 5. Please keep updated on Arlanda Airport website.
The Program has now been published
Find the program here.
Get a Sneak Peak of the Plenary Speeches
We have posted short interviews with our Plenary Speakers on the EAFS 2022 LinkedIn page. Watch and listen to the Speakers talk about their upcoming Speeches when interviewed by Emil Hjalmarson:
- Professors Didier Meuwly and Christophe Champod on “ Forensic biometrics: Let’s face it”
- Distinguished Professor Claude Roux on “The Role and Value of the Forensic Science Laboratory in an Ever-Changing World”
- Professor Gillian Tully CBE on “‘Customer’ perspectives on forensic science
- Professor Eoghan Casey on “Crowdsourcing Digital Forensic Science”
- Professor Niamh Nic Daeid on “‘’I’m not sure that you understood what I think it was that I just said’ – the critical importance of communication in forensic science”
- Professor Fredrik Heintz on “ A European Perspective on Artificial Intelligence in Law Enforcement”
- Professor Dr. Peter M. Schneider on “Recent advances in forensic DNA phenotyping: the VISAGE Enhanced Tool offering new methods and markers for predicting appearance, ancestry and age”
- Dr. Justice Tettey on “‘Trust me I am a forensic scientist’”
- Dr. John M. Butler on “Are We On the Right Side of the Equation? Becoming Outcome-Focused Versus Process-Driven”
Deadline for Oral Presentation is Extended to 25th May
We have extended the deadline for uploading oral presentation to 25th May. Guidelines for oral presentation is published here on our website.
Final day to book your spot at the Conference dinner is 5 May and for the Welcome Reception 13 May. Don´t miss out on these amazing events!
Send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your attendance.
Guidelines for Oral and Poster Presentations
1,000 Registered Participants
The more the merrier! As of today (April 22nd) we have 1,000+ registered participants for EAFS 2022.
Time to Register for Workshops
EAFS 2022 embraces a wide arrange of workshops within different forensic disciplines. All workshops are listed on EAFS 2022’s website (https://www.eafs2022.eu/workshops/). Some workshops are already fully booked, but there is still some vacancies in others. If you have not registered for workshops yet, now is a good time to register to make sure that you will not miss out on the opportunity to participate in an interesting workshop within your forensic field. If you are registered to participant in the conference and want to register for a workshop, please send an e-mail to EAFS 2022’s conference bureau MeetAgain at email@example.com.
ENFSI Board Meeting in Stockholm
On January 25 and 26 the ENFSI Board held a Board Meeting in Stockholm and took the opportunity to visit the Conference Venue of EAFS 2022. Helena Trolläng, Head of Department of the National Forensic Centre (NFC), Swedish Police Authority, and Emil Hjalmarson (Chairperson of EAFS 2022 Scientific Committee/ R&D Director of NFC) also attended the Board Meeting when addressing issues regarding the upcoming Conference and the visit to the venue.
There is no longer an entry ban to Sweden.
As of 1 April 2022, there is no longer an entry ban to Sweden. Travel restrictions may however apply in other countries. We recommend that you follow information about your destination at the Swedish embassy’s web site. Here, we have gathered the authorities’ information about travel to Sweden.
International travel restrictions – Krisinformation.se
Restrictions removed on 9 February
Most pandemic restrictions and general advice will be removed from 9 February. This applies to participation restrictions, vaccination certificates and requirements for distance between parties. However, some advice and recommendations will still remain.
Read more here: Restrictions removed on 9 February – Krisinformation.se
The National Forensic Centre (NFC) of the Swedish Police Authority is proud to invite you to the 9th European Academy of Forensic Science Conference that will be held in Stockholm from the 30th May to the 3rd June 2022.
The motto of the conference “Together for a Safer World” has become even more relevant following the serious pandemic situation that we all have been affected by. The motto has been chosen to emphasize the importance of cooperation in order to meet future expectations on the forensic community.
The event will focus on transformation of forensic science due to new technical possibilities, developments concerning the fundamentals of forensic science and new categories of crime. This means that we need to be innovative in the forensic approaches to generate results that will benefit a transparent judicial process.
This can be facilitated by combining knowledge from different areas of expertise. Since technology develops at an accelerating speed, it is essential to keep the issues of quality, competence, human factors and social responsibilities on top of mind.
We are looking forward to welcome you to the 9th EAFS in Stockholm 2022!
Head of Department National Forensic Centre, NFC
Welcome to the 9th European Academy of Forensic Science Conference EAFS 2022! The conference week offers a broad program covering activities of all ENFSI Expert Working Groups (17 EWGs) and Standing Committees (2). Traditionally, forensic medicine and toxicology is also part of the EAFS program, and Stockholm is no exception.
The conference was postponed from 2021 to 2022 due to the pandemic. Meeting in person at EAFS 2022, 30th May to 3rd June, will give us the opportunity once again to learn and interact with colleagues in the forensic community and stakeholders.
ENFSI as an organization will be present during the EAFS. Learn more about ENFSI at;
- ENFSI exhibition booth in the Auditorium (Norra Latin)
- ENFSI EWGs posters, just outside of the Auditorium (Norra Latin)
- The two standing committees will make oral presentations during the European Day
- ENFSI Project Exhibition Booths, during the European Day, will present a number of ENFSI project co-funded by the EU. (Auditorium, Norra Latin)
The National Forensic Centre (NFC) in the Swedish Police Authority, is the organizer and host of the conference. NFC has chosen the motto “Together for a Safer World”- and we strongly support this since it is what ENFSI and international cooperation within the forensic science community is all about!
The ENFSI Board and Secretariat look forward to meeting you all very soon!
Christina Bertler Edlund, ENFSI Chairperson
Dorijan Kerzan, Treasurer (present on the screen)
Stefan Becker, Member
Alexandra André, Member
Aleksandar Ivanovic, Member
Chris Porter, Member
Bianca Benisch, Secretary
Nina-Kristin Hohmann, Secretary
About the Conference
In 2022 the biggest European Forensic Science Event – the European Academy of Forensic Science Conference – will take place in Stockholm. The conference is an excellent opportunity to share knowledge, experience and skills by providing a forum for all different parties related to forensic science.
Information regarding Covid-19
The EAFS 2022 organisation is planning to host a physical conference in Stockholm 2022. Sweden is slowly opening up for travelers again, but there are still restrictions in place. In the light of the continued uncertainty surrounding the Covid-19 situation we are closely following the development.
The safety and well-being of all conference participants is our topmost priority.
To keep up to date with the latest information on Covid-19 please visit:
Notification of Acceptance
January 31, 2022
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