Guest Lecture with Claude Roux - Centre for Forensic Science, University of Technology Sydney

Date and time
Tuesday, 21 May 2024
10.00 - 11.00

Room T201,
Kedleston Road,
DE56 1DR

Join Professor Claude Roux from the Centre for Forensic Science, University of Technology Sydney, for a presentation on his work within Forensic Science. 

Professor Roux's research activities cover a broad spectrum of forensic science, including microtraces and chemical criminalisitics, documents, fingerprints, forensic intelligence and the contribution of forensic science to policing and security. His professional motivation has been largely driven by his vision of forensic science as a distinctive academic and holistic research-based discipline. 

Throughout his career, Claude has published over 200 refereed papers and 26 book chapters and a large number of conference presentations. He received more than 20 prizes and awards including from the National Institute of Forensic Science, the 2004 AIPS Tall Poppy Award and the 2015 Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research Medal for Research Impact (inaugural award) and a 2023 Australian Award for University Teaching citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning. He has a long and established reputation for effective collaboration with forensic and other government agencies in Australia and overseas, as well as with other academic partners. 

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