Registration

A registration form is available on this site by clicking here.

The cost of the meeting for members of the RSC or Institute of Chemistry or Society of Chemical Industry is € 60. The fee for non-members is € 80. The fee for full time students is waived, but registration is required. Those attending both this event and the Analysis in Pharmaceutical Industry event on Friday 16th March can do so for a combined fee of €140 (non-members), €100 (members).

A conference dinner will be held in the Fitzwilliam Hotel on Thursday 15th March, with guest speaker Prof Marie Cassidy. The cost of dinner is €50. Forensic Analysis '07 - conference dinner.

A conference dinner will be held in the Fitzwilliam Hotel on Thursday 15th March, with guest speaker Prof Marie Cassidy. The cost of dinner is €50. Forensic Analysis '07 - conference dinner.

Programme Details

Invited Speakers

Michael Walker, Consultant Analytical Scientist, On Case studies in chemistry and decision making

Dr Wolfram Meier-Augenstein, Queens University, Belfast on Forensic Isotope mass spectrometry

Dr Ken Arnold, Northern Ireland Forensic Laboratory, Arson Investigation

Dr Sheila Willis, Forensic Laboratory, Dublin, Quality Control in Forensics

Dr Maureen Smyth, Forensic Laboratory, Dublin, DNA in Forensic Analysis

Location

The conference will be held in the FOCAS Institute at the rear of the Kevin St site. A location map is available here.

There is no parking available on the Kevin St site. On street parking is available (€2.50 per hour) on nearby streets or parking is available in nearby multi-story car-parks (eg St Stephen's Green (approximately €30 per day)

Organising Committee

Dr. John Cassidy (DIT)
Dr John Fox (DIT)
Dr. Michael Seery (DIT)
RSC Ireland Analytical Division (Dr. Martin Brennan)
ICI (Dr Donal Coveney)
SCI (Dr David Birkett)

Forensic Analysis '07    

       

Thursday 15th March 2006 1pm - 5.30 pm

New: Conference Programme Now Available Online

Dublin Institute of Technology - Kevin Street Campus

The School of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences in association with the Royal Society of Chemistry Republic of Ireland Analytical Division, the Society of Chemistry and Industry and the Irish Chemistry Institute  is pleased to host a half day conference in Forensic Analysis.

This is a conference aimed at students, forensic experts and researchers working in all areas of forensic science. It's aim is to present the best of current technologies available to forensic scientists today.