Rui Zhao is an Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity at the University of Nebraska Omaha.
Dr. Rui Zhao received his B.E. degree in Information Countermeasures Technology and M.E. degree in Control Science and Engineering from the Xidian University, China, in 2004 and 2008, respectively, and his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the Colorado School of Mines in 2016. He worked as a software engineer and a system engineer at ZTE Co. for three years from 2008 to 2011, mainly on the design and development of the operation maintenance center, the element management system, and the operations support system.
In the past, his research focused on usable security and privacy, automatic vulnerability analysis, and human-computer interaction.
Dr. Laura Liptai received a Ph.D. and M.S. in BioMedical Engineering from the University of California at Davis in 1996 and 1993, respectively. Bechtel in control systems. First Masterï¿½s project specializing in robotics from the University of Southern California as well as a Bachelorï¿½s in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Davis where she is a visiting professor. She is the series editor of 12 books that may comprise the largest collection of forensic case studies worldwide. She has served on 6 leadership boards and is President of the International Board of Forensic Engineering Sciences. [97/100]The Honorable Stephanie Domitrovich has served 27 years as a general jurisdiction state trial judge of the Sixth Judicial District of Pennsylvania (Erie County). She works at Gannon University as a fully committed adjunct faculty member in the Legal Studies Program. She received her J.D. from Duqesne University of Law in 1979. She holds a Ph.D. in Judicial Studies from University of Nevada, Reno and the National Judicial College. She is a member of the American Board of Forensic Document Examiners, American Psychology-Law Society and a Fellow and Chair of the Jurisprudence Section of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.
Frank Dorman is currently an Associate Professor at The Pennsylvania State University in University Park, PA. Frank is a member of the Forensics Science Program, and in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. In addition to Undergraduate and Graduate student instruction, Frank continues to pursue research interests in gas and liquid chromatography fundamental characterization, instrumentation and column development, and application to trace analysis in complex sample matrices. Prior to joining the faculty at PSU, Frank was the Director of Technical Development, at Restek Corporation, responsible for external research collaborations, new technology identification, and product development. Frank has a B.S. in Chemistry from Juniata College in Huntingdon, PA, and a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Vermont, Prior to coming to Restek, he worked for Inchcape Testing Services as Senior Chemist responsible for method development from 1991-96. Frank has experience with both GC and LC separations, mass spectrometry, and atomic spectroscopy, and has developed analytical methods for a variety of organic and organometallic compounds in various sample matrices.
Jay C Barton-Costa
The Faculty of Forensic & Legal Medicine
of the Royal College of Physicians
Dr. Judge Stephanie Domitrovich has served 27 years as elected general jurisdiction state trial judge of Sixth Judicial District of Pennsylvania (Erie County). She is Chair of Jurisprudence Section of American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS). She is Public Director of Forensic Specialties Accreditation Board (FSAB). She currently serves as member and Special Issues Editor for Judgesï¿½ Journal of American Bar Associationï¿½s Judicial Division. She is Chair of National Conference of State Trial Judgesï¿½ of American Bar Associationï¿½s Children and Family Law Committee. Judge Domitrovich is Past President of Northwest PA American Inn of Court, Past President of Pennsylvania State Trial Court Judges, and Past Chair of National Conference of State Trial Judges (NCSTJ) of Judicial Division of American Bar Association. She has participated with United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to educate judges in former Soviet Republic nations of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan in developing their judicial systems.
Peter Valentin was a major crime squad detective with the Connecticut State Police before joining UNH as a lecturer. While a state police detective, he worked on more than 500 major crime scenes, including the Annie Le case in New Haven. He is a law enforcement rescue specialist with the Connecticut Urban Search and Rescue and a member of the Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team and the Weapons of Mass Destruction Team of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
He can talk about evidence collection and analysis, crime scene reconstruction, blood splatter, bullet trajectories and recovery of human remains. As a detective, forensic scientist and crime scene investigator, he can comment on a case from an investigative and forensic point of view. He believes that problems often arise in cases where there is a misunderstanding about the evidence and how analysis of it affects the case. Detectives usually knew little about the science and can misinterpret the results, while lab personnel have little understanding of how the evidence actually integrates into a case and, therefore, are unable to offer insight as to what examinations would be most appropriate. He can discuss both angles.
Norazida Mohamed obtained her PhD from Teesside Business School (UK) in 2013 with a thesis titled Financial Statements Fraud Control: Exploring Internal Control Strategies in Two Malaysian Public Interest Entities.
Dr Mohamed is a Chartered Accountant by profession and Senior Accounting Lecturer at Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia as well as Research Fellow at the Accounting Research Institute (HiCoE). She is an expert in Forensic Accounting & Fraud Management and Certified Polygraph Examiner. In addition to her 20 year career in academia, Dr Mohamed also served as Senior Administration position at the university. Her professional experience includes Professional Scholar (Forensic Investigation) at Inland Revenue Board Malaysia, in a leading government agency and accountants in several private firms in Malaysia. She has given invited keynote addresses in the UK, Asia and Africa.
Dr. Lee isthe director of Forensic Institute and Distinguished Chair Professor in Forensic Science of the University of New Haven. He was the Chief Emeritus for the Connecticut State Police (2000-2010), Commissioner of Connecticut State Public Safety (1998 to 2000) and Chief Criminalist (1978 -20000. Dr. Lee was the driving force in establishing a modern state police communication system, Community based police, sex offender and DNA databank, major crime investigation concepts and advanced forensic science services in Connecticut. Dr. Lee has authored hundreds of articles ,co-authored more than 40 books, covering the areas, such as; DNA, Fingerprints, Trace Evidence, Crime Scene Investigation and Crime Scene Reconstruction. He is the author of some best sellers, such as Famous Crimes Revisited, Cracking Cases: the science of solving crime. His textbooks: Forensic Science, Physical Evidence and Henry Lee’s Crime Scene Handbook have been widely adopted in medical legal and forensic professions. He has appeared in many TV shows and movies. His new television series, Trace Evidence – Dr. Henry Lee File has received high ratings and broadcasted around the world.
Dr. Lee has been the recipient of numerous medals and awards, including the 1996 Medal of Justice from the Justice Foundation, and the 1998 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Science and Engineer Association. He has also been the recipient of the Distinguished Criminalist Award from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS); the J. Donero Award from the International Association of Identification and in 1992 was elected a distinguished Fellow of the AAFS. He has also received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American College of Forensic Examiners (ACFE) in 2000, Medal of Honor by the Ellis Island Foundation in 2004, Congressional Recognition for Outstanding services by the US Congress in 2004, Presidential Medal of Honor by the President of Croatia in 2005, Medal of Service from the Ministry of Interior, Taiwan, ROC in 2006, and Gusi Peace Award from the Philippines in 2008.
Dr. Uqbah bin was born in the United States of America and now lived in Malaysia. Winning Second Place in Malaysian Historical Essay Writing Competition 2013, he was the recipient of Research University Fellowship Scheme, Graduate on Time Award and Outstanding Student Award from Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities as well as the Youngest Ph.D. in History Holder and the only Malaysian achieved a Ph.D. in History in conjunction with the 43rd Convocation of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. He's authoring 62 books such as The Historical Development of the Malay Nationalism Before Independence, The Historical Development of the Malay Society Economic Nature During Pre-Colonial Era, The Historical Development of British Investment in Malaya Before the Second World War, The Historical Development of Foreign Investment in the Formation of the Malaysian Economy and Sejarah Penubuhan Malayan Union.
His 117 articles appeared in international and national journals such as TAWARIKH, SUSURGALUR, Management and Administrative Sciences Review, Social and Basic Sciences Research Review, Jurnal Kemanusiaan, Jurnal Sejarah, Jurnal Pengajian Melayu, Jebat, International Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research, Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences, Asian Social Science and Geografia. He's joining the editorial board of 73 journals such as Asian Social Science, International Journal of Art and Literature, International Journal of Archaeology and History, American Journal of Social Sciences, Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, History Research and Pratidhwani the Echo. He became a reviewer for 167 journals and 10 book publishing companies/book websites. Until now, he has published 208 publications as well as reviewed 548 manuscripts for journals and conferences. Through his involvement as a reviewer with the Nonfiction Authors Association, 3 of his reviewed books received Gold and Silver Awards. 14 Journals recognized him as One of the Best Social Scientist, Reviewer, Author, Editor and Editorial Board Member. He is the only author in Arts and Social Sciences Journal and the First Malaysian History Scholar that has his own special issue journal.
International University of Brcko District
Bosnia and Herzegovina
International University of Brcko District
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sinisa Franjic live in Osijek, Croatia. Primary and two secondary schools ended in Osijek, and graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Split. Thesis entitled "Legal aspects of information systems" was defended Summa Cum Laude and he become LLM of Law. Since 1992., he works as a journalist - freelance contributor to the first Radio Osijek HRT, and then something shorter, among other media, working for HTV - TV center Osijek, weekly "Školske novine (School Newspaper)“ and the monthly "Super Kino Video (Super Cinema video)". In the academic year 2009./2010., Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Osijek was appointed him of assistant to the title associate position on the course "Computer criminality". With computer criminality, he is studying a medical law. In Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Osijek he was participates in teaching the courses "Computer criminality" and "Legal regulations in electrical engineering and computer science" and in the Faculty of Medicine in Osijek participates in teaching the courses "Social and health legislation" and "Medicine and Health Law". The successful defense of the doctoral dissertation on the topic from criminal law called "The Criminal justice and forensic aspects of computer criminality", received a PhD degree from the Faculty of Law of the International University of Brcko District in Brcko of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Mariluzio Araujo Moreira da Silva
Federal Institute of Technical Education of Para
Federal Institute of Technical Education of Para
He is a bioanthropologist graduated from the Federal University of Para. He is a professor and researcher at the Federal Institute of Science and Technology Education of Para, Criminal Expert of the Renato Chaves Center for Scientific Expertise in the Center for Crimes Against Life. Member of the research group of the National Program to Fight Violent Crime. Develops research in Forensic Anthropology and violence. He is part of the Simulated Reproduction Experts group, having performed the 1st Simulated Reproduction of Facts within a Presidio in Brazil.