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Forensic Enabled Intelligence 2014 Summit

23 June, 2014 - 25 June, 2014, Washington, DC, United States

Implementing the Latest Technology and Research for Modern Forensic Practice

Forensic Science has long been an essential component of our local, state and federal efforts to deter crime nation-wide. Similarly, our armed forces have also leveraged forensic science capabilities to great success in Iraq and Afghanistan, linking terrorists and criminals to IEDs and other explosive threats. As we cut back our military efforts in the Middle East , the Department of Defense has established the Defense Forensics Enterprise, in order to expand the scope of our defense forensic capacities and synchronize efforts among federal agencies and armed forces.

Forensic Enabled Intelligence 2014 is a unique opportunity to gain first hand perspectives from those directly responsible for the direction of our future forensic efforts. Forensic studies allow for the stakeholders of both government and non government organizations to come together in order to keep the forensics field at its top performance level.

What Topics will be Covered?

  • Gathering Forensic Results in a timely way; Rapid DNA
  • Miniaturization of Forensic Field Equipment
  • Overcoming Biometric Challenges; focus in face recognition technology in laboratories
  • Managing forensic backlog reduction capabilities
  • Laboratories and the government; DFBA Perspective

Why Attend?

  • Discover the latest updates in forensic technology including advancements in microscopes, lighting, latent prints, miniaturization of mobile forensic technology and more
  • Learn insight on how data can be extracted from criminals and crime scenes related devices and how this information can be used in solving a case and convicting a criminal figure
  • Gain crucial knowledge and meet the professionals behind the latest research efforts; DNA backlog reduction, rapid DNA studies, biometric innovations and other research outlets


Venue to be confirmed
Washington, DC

The agenda is available as PDF under downloads at the right side of the page.


  • Robert Zimmerman, Distinguished Analyst, Department of Homeland Security
  • Richard Guidorizzi, Program Manager, DARPA
  • Mindi Ramage, Chief- Latent Print Section, (HSI-FL) Homeland Security Investigations Forensic Laboratory
  • Jim Ross, Chief Forensic Document Examiner, (HSI-FL) Homeland Security Investigative Laboratory
  • Carl Lichvarcik, Section Chief- Doc. Training/Alerts, (HSI-FL) Homeland Security Investigative Forensic Laboratory
  • Lou Eliopulos, Chief Forensic Sciences Division, NCIS
  • Mr Martin Novak, Physical Scientist, National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
  • Dr Thirimachos Bourlai, Director, Multispectral Imagery Lab
  • Mr Chris Asplen, Executive Director, The Global Alliance for Rapid DNA
  • Mr Robert O'Leary, Former Director, The Electronic Crime Technology Center of Excellence
  • Gibson Kerr, Science and Technology Directorate, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
  • Mr Derrick Pope, Science and Technology Directorate, Department of Homeland Security
  • Charles Heurich, Lead Program Manager for the DNA Backlog Reduction Program, National Institute of Justice
  • Mr John Paul Jones II, Working Group Program Manager, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  • Dr Michael Garcia, Deputy Director of Identities in Cyber Space, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  • Dr. Martin Herman, Senior Advisor for Forensics and IT, National Institute of Standards and Technology


Event details

23 June, 2014
25 June, 2014
Provided after registration
District Of Columbia
United States


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