Saturday, 11th of February 2023
10:00 - 12:00
At Rothoborn 1
They are seemingly hopeless cases: The child who fell to his death from a bridge. The video on which it can be heard and seen how a man is shot in the Leipzig rocker war. Or the crime scene of a serious robbery, where there are many traces but few findings. He reconstructs crime scenes in 3-D models, simulates the course of events and creates digital doubles of victims and perpetrators. Whenever investigators get stuck with classic methods of analyzing evidence, they turn to Dirk Labudde. Based on his most exciting cases, he shows that the future of digital forensics has long since begun, what opportunities it offers, but also what risks lie ahead.
About Dirk Labudde:
Dirk Labudde, born in 1966, studied theoretical physics and medicine in Rostock, Enschede and Kaiserslautern. Since 2009, he has been a professor of bioinformatics and digital forensics at Mittweida University of Applied Sciences. As a consultant for various police forces of the German states and public prosecutors' offices, he helps in the forensic investigation of crimes and acts as an expert witness in court.
Participation is recommended for ages 12 and up. Registration is not required. No library card is required to participate.
Contact form on our website with the subject line "Safer Internet Week"
The event is being held as part of Safer Internet Day.
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