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New courses in forensic statistics and DNA evidence interpretation at the University of Lausanne

 
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Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS)

in Statistics and the Evaluation of Forensic Evidence

 
From March 2017 to September 2018 (around 470 hours training, 20 ECTS). To further develop practioners’ skills in managing forensic interpretation issues from case reception to court (latest statistical methods, Bayesian networks, efficient communication of results, practical inferential problems solving, Standard Operating Procedures development, etc). For more information
 

Essentials of DNA Interpretation - short course

 
From March 2017 to October 2017 (around 150 hours training, 5 ECTS). To enable practioners to assess their results given sub-source level propositions and to explain their reasoning in court. This courses will enable you to feel at ease with expert debate and literature on topics such as low template DNA and mixtures . For more information
 

Essentials of Bayesian Networks - short course

 
From March 2017 to October 2017 (around 150 hours training, 5 ECTS). To give a comprehensive view of the use of BNs for the probabilistic evaluation of scientific evidence in forensic science applications. The course provides students with room for an incremental and in-depth study of the various aspects that a solid mastery of BNs in practical applications demands. For more information

Posted 8 months and 15 days ago by Peter M. Schneider (Last modified 8 months and 15 days ago)