Title

Forensic Analysis of Cranial Trauma Application

Date

5-26-2016 8:30 AM

End Time

26-5-2016 10:30 AM

Location

WUC Pacific Room

Department

Computer Science

Session Chair

Scot Morse

Session Chair

Mitch Fry

Session Title

Computer Science, Information Systems and M.S. in Management and Information Systems Student Projects

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Mitch Fry

Presentation Type

Poster session

Abstract

For forensic investigators, who want to know the cause of a cranial wound found on deceased human remains, the “Forensic Analysis of Cranial Trauma” or “FACT” is a forensic tool that allows users to take pictures of damaged human craniums belonging to deceased persons, and analyzes the images to determine possible classifications for perimortem injuries. It will also keep track of past images and their analysis for later reference. Unlike current methods of examining human cranial trauma that require highly trained experts and expensive equipment to be easily defended in court, this product will utilize applied mathematics and computer science to provide a service that anyone with a computer and mobile phone can access. Investigators will be able to store photos in galleries, so that they can be easily referenced in the future.

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May 26th, 8:30 AM May 26th, 10:30 AM

Forensic Analysis of Cranial Trauma Application

WUC Pacific Room

For forensic investigators, who want to know the cause of a cranial wound found on deceased human remains, the “Forensic Analysis of Cranial Trauma” or “FACT” is a forensic tool that allows users to take pictures of damaged human craniums belonging to deceased persons, and analyzes the images to determine possible classifications for perimortem injuries. It will also keep track of past images and their analysis for later reference. Unlike current methods of examining human cranial trauma that require highly trained experts and expensive equipment to be easily defended in court, this product will utilize applied mathematics and computer science to provide a service that anyone with a computer and mobile phone can access. Investigators will be able to store photos in galleries, so that they can be easily referenced in the future.