We are running a new IAFPA webinar series. These short events will offer a chance for members to communicate more regularly about their research and casework practice. These sessions will be more informal than conference presentations, where members can discuss problems around a certain theme or type of work. These might be casework problems or insights, new software developments, collections of talks around a theme, or any type of session that members want.

If you have a suggestion for a theme or a talk, please get in touch with Elisa Pellegrino – elisa.pellegrino@uzh.ch – we encourage innovative and collaborative talk formats, so please come forward with your most creative suggestions.

Next Webinar Sessions:

Webinar 8 – 18 April 2024: Improving Voice Identification Procedures: Findings and Recommendations from the IVIP Project

Presenters: Kirsty McDougal and IVI Team, University of Cambridge

Webinar 9 – 28 May 2024: Voice Deepfakes and Antispoofing (tbc)

Presenters: Tomi Kinnunen, University of Eastern Finland

Contact Person:

Elisa Pellegrino – elisa.pellegrino@uzh.ch

Previous webinar sessions:

Webinar 7 – November 2023: Transcription Workshop

Webinar 6 – March 2023: Project presentation: the interaction of linguistic context and speaker information in speech

Webinar 5 – November 2022: Forensic Phonetics in Egypt: between teaching and research

Webinar 4 – June 2022: Student Webinar: [phitch your phoster]

Webinar 3 – May 2022: Oxford Wave Research – Using automatic speaker recognition in forensic casework

Webinar 2 – February 2022: ‘Propositions’: Richard Rhodes and Vince Hughes – discussion about how propositions should be formed, assessed and reported on

Webinar 1 – December 2021: Tonight Show with Gea – Interview with Prof Peter French