IGS 2023: Conference of the International Graphonomics Society
Universidade de Évora, Portugal
October 16-19, 2023
The Doctoral Consortium
Monday, October 16 at Colégio Espírito Santo, room 129
Rua do Cardeal Rei 6, 7000-645 Évora
A New Approach to Best Practice in the Forensic Examination
Tomasz Dziedzic, PhD, ORCID: 0000-0002-1942-6007, expert in the field of forensic handwriting and document examination at the Institute of Forensic Research in Krakow, Poland. Chairman of the European Network of Handwriting Examiners (ENFHEX), a working group of the European Network of Forensic Science Institutes (ENFSI). From 2018 to 2020 the Lead of a team of international researchers who developed the first Best Practice Manual for forensic examination of Digitally Captured Signatures (DCS). Author of research papers and conference presentations, a large part of which was dedicated to DCS, and a trainer in this field. Member of the Advisory Committee for Assessments at the Netherlands Register of Court Experts (NRGD).
How to build a writer from handwriting
Rui A. Alves is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Porto. His main researchinterests are the cognitive and affective processes in writing, which he studies usingexperimental methods and logging tools. He and his team have studied thedevelopment oftext production using an own–developed handwriting logging software (HandSpy) anddeveloped many evidence-based writing interventions addressing cognitive, motivational, andself-regulatory aspects of writing. He serves on several editorialboards and is associate editorof the journal Reading & Writing, Springer. Currently, he is the interim coordinator of theEuropean Literacy Network, ELN, and serves on the executive boards of ISAWR and EARLI.
Graphonomics in Human Movement
Hans-Leo Teulings, PhD, received an MSc in experimental physics and biophysics and a PhD in experimental psychology at the Radboud University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands. During more than 30 years he pioneered handwriting movement recording and analysis. He contributed to grants and research papers while working at the universities of Nijmegen (The Netherlands), Trondheim (Norway), Cambridge (UK), Genoa (Italy), Madison (Wisconsin, USA), and Tempe (Arizona, USA). Since 1997 he is CEO of NeuroScript, LLC. NeuroScript’s mission is to support researchers worldwide with developing their handwriting applications using NeuroScript’s MovAlyzeR handwriting recording and analysis software and several other software systems.