Program

Below you can check the full program for IACI congress day by day.

9:00
13:00
Workshop
THREE-DIMENSIONAL IMMERSION: 3D SCANNING WORKSHOP FOR CRANIOFACIAL IDENTIFICATION
Coffee Icon with coffee break Location blue light Icon UGR AI Building
Workshop
MACHINE LEARNING FOR PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: KEY CONCEPTS AND A PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION
Coffee Icon with coffee break Location blue light Icon UGR AI Building
13:30
15:00
Lunch Icon Lunch
Location blue light Icon University Cafeteria PTS
15:00
19:00
Workshop
FORENSIC FACIAL COMPARISON USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Coffee Icon with coffee break Location blue light Icon UGR AI Building
9:00
13:00
Workshop
CRANIOFACIAL SUPERIMPOSITION USING SKELETON-ID
Coffee Icon with coffee break Location blue light Icon UGR AI Building
13:30
15:00
Lunch Icon Lunch
Location blue light Icon University Cafeteria PTS
15:30
17:30
Workshop
INTRODUCTION TO THE POWER OF R AND BASIC R PROGRAMMING FOR NEWBIES
Coffee Icon with coffee break Location blue light Icon UGR AI Building
Guided Lab Tour
Location blue light Icon UGR AI Building Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
18:00
21:00
Reception at UGR-AI building and registration
Cocktail Icon Welcome Cocktail
Location blue light Icon UGR AI Building
8:00
9:00
Open Registration
9:00
9:30
Congress Opening
9:30
10:15
Talk Icon Plenary Speakers
ÓSCAR CORDÓN AND PABLO MESEJO Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
10:15
10:45
Poster Session Coffee Icon with coffee break
10:45
12:00
Talk Icon Oral Presentations I

Tshegofatso Ramphaleng – Clines of the African face

Barkin Buyukcakir – A Contrastive Analysis of Attention In Dental Staging With Deep Learning: A Case Study

Nina Claessens – A geometric deep learning model for synthetic aging and age estimation from 3D facial surface scans

Maria Castaneyra Ruiz – Validation of craniofacial analysis as a means to facilitate deceased migrant identification along the Greek-Turkish migratory route in Evros, Northern Greece

Kazuhiko Imaizumi – Development of machine-learning based sex estimation methods for the skull and several regions of the skull

Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
12:00
13:15
Talk Icon Oral Presentations II

Guillermo Ramírez García – Proposal for the use of intra-oral images for the identification of missing persons

Sean Healy – Perspective distortion tolerances and skull-face registration in craniofacial superimposition

Veronica Martinez Garcia – Craniofacial Superimposition using the Skeleton-ID software for Human Identification

Enrique Bermejo – Subject-to-camera distance estimation in facial photographs using Deep Learning and Machine Learning Methods

Andrea Valsecchi – Advancements in Craniofacial Superimposition using Artificial Intelligence

Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
13:15
14:45
Lunch Icon Lunch
Location blue light Icon University Cafeteria PTS
14:45
16:00
Talk Icon Oral Presentations III

Leticia Santos – Machine Learning for Accurate Eyeball Placement Using CBCTt Scans in the Brazilian Population

Hajime Utsuno – The observation of the ear morphology for facial reconstruction (approximation)

Maria Maclennan – For the Love of Good: Resurrecting the Lost Face Behind Damien Hirst’s ‘For the Love of God’ Diamond-Encrusted Human Skull

Yuan Li – From Skulls to Faces: A Deep Generative Framework for Realistic 3D Craniofacial Reconstruction

Callan Birkmann-Little – Automated Facial Approximation of Unidentified Human Skulls

Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
16:00
16:30
Poster Session Coffee Icon with coffee break
16:30
17:15
Talk Icon Oral Presentations IV

Te Wai Pounamu (Telena) Hona – Covariation of Facial Soft Tissue Thicknesses with Body Mass and Body Mass Index: Which one Yields Stronger Correlations?

Muhammad Garry Syahrizal Hanafi – Correlation between the Tweed and Northwestern Profile Assessments with Facial Soft Tissue Thickness (FSTT) in the Japanese Population: a Preliminary Study

Rosario Guerra – Diving into new depths: Unveiling the positional relationship variation of hard and soft tissue across demographics

Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
17:15
18:00
Talk Icon Plenary Speaker
DIRK VANDERMEULEN Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
18:00
19:00
Board of Governors Meeting Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
8:30
9:00
Start of the day
9:00
09:45
Talk Icon Plenary Speaker
SERGIO CASTRO Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
9:45
10:30
Talk Icon Oral Presentations I

Nelly Matine – Precision in Profiles: Investigating WFCS for forensic facial comparison in Black African male

Thomas Dickinson – Comparison of the external ear using different 3D surface scanning solutions for forensic application

Elysia Greenway – Enhancing the potential for recognition in forensic facial depictions through variation in texture, display and finishing effects

Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
10:30
11:00
Poster Session Coffee Icon with coffee break
11:00
11:45
Talk Icon Oral Presentations II

Isabel Burton – Post-mortem and ante-mortem 2D and 3D facial comparison for forensic identification

Petra Urbanova – Poses and Grimaces: Challenges for automated face identification algorithms?

Nicholas Bacci – Quantifying quality: Image quality effects on forensic facial comparison

Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
11:45
13:15
Round Table Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
13:15
14:45
Lunch Icon Lunch
Location blue light Icon University Cafeteria PTS
14:45
15:30
Talk Icon Plenary Speaker
CAROLINE WILKINSON Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
15:30
16:00
Poster Session Coffee Icon with coffee break
16:00
17:30
Talk Icon Oral Presentations III

Helene Russ – The Norwegian NCIS and our work with facial recognition and biometrics

Nanette Briers – FISWG facial feature visibility and its influence on the success of forensic facial comparison by morphological analysis

Carl Stephan – Quality Literature Reviews Matter: A Case Study of 27 years of Misinformation in Forensic Facial Reconstruction and a New Path Forward

Andrea Valsecchi – Candidates filtering using photo-anthropometry and artificial intelligence under non-restrictive photographic conditions

Desiree Davis – AI vs the Australian Federal Police

Guillermo Gomez Trenado – Custom Structure Preservation in Face Aging

Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
17:30
18:00
Congress Closing
20:00
23:00
Lunch Icon IACI Dinner
Location blue light Icon Carmen de Aben Humeya Restaurant
WEDNESDAYOCTOBER, 2
9:00
13:00
Workshop
THREE-DIMENSIONAL IMMERSION: 3D SCANNING WORKSHOP FOR CRANIOFACIAL IDENTIFICATION
Coffee Icon with coffee break Location blue light Icon UGR AI Building
Workshop
MACHINE LEARNING FOR PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: KEY CONCEPTS AND A PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION
Coffee Icon with coffee break Location blue light Icon UGR AI Building
13:30
15:00
Lunch Icon Lunch
Location blue light Icon University Cafeteria PTS
15:00
19:00
Workshop
FORENSIC FACIAL COMPARISON USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Coffee Icon with coffee break Location blue light Icon UGR AI Building
THURSDAYOCTOBER, 3
9:00
13:00
Workshop
CRANIOFACIAL SUPERIMPOSITION USING SKELETON-ID
Coffee Icon with coffee break Location blue light Icon UGR AI Building
13:30
15:00
Lunch Icon Lunch
Location blue light Icon University Cafeteria PTS
15:30
17:30
Workshop
INTRODUCTION TO THE POWER OF R AND BASIC R PROGRAMMING FOR NEWBIES
Coffee Icon with coffee break Location blue light Icon UGR AI Building
Guided Lab Tour
Location blue light Icon UGR AI Building Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
18:00
21:00
Reception at UGR-AI building and registration
Cocktail Icon Welcome Cocktail
Location blue light Icon UGR AI Building
FRIDAYOCTOBER, 4
8:00
9:00
Open Registration
9:00
9:30
Congress Opening
9:30
10:15
Talk Icon Plenary Speakers
ÓSCAR CORDÓN AND PABLO MESEJO Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
10:15
10:45
Poster Session Coffee Icon with coffee break
10:45
12:00
Talk Icon Oral Presentations I

Tshegofatso Ramphaleng – Clines of the African face

Barkin Buyukcakir – A Contrastive Analysis of Attention In Dental Staging With Deep Learning: A Case Study

Nina Claessens – A geometric deep learning model for synthetic aging and age estimation from 3D facial surface scans

Maria Castaneyra Ruiz – Validation of craniofacial analysis as a means to facilitate deceased migrant identification along the Greek-Turkish migratory route in Evros, Northern Greece

Kazuhiko Imaizumi – Development of machine-learning based sex estimation methods for the skull and several regions of the skull

Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
12:00
13:15
Talk Icon Oral Presentations II

Guillermo Ramírez García – Proposal for the use of intra-oral images for the identification of missing persons

Sean Healy – Perspective distortion tolerances and skull-face registration in craniofacial superimposition

Veronica Martinez Garcia – Craniofacial Superimposition using the Skeleton-ID software for Human Identification

Enrique Bermejo – Subject-to-camera distance estimation in facial photographs using Deep Learning and Machine Learning Methods

Andrea Valsecchi – Advancements in Craniofacial Superimposition using Artificial Intelligence

Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
13:15
14:45
Lunch Icon Lunch
Location blue light Icon University Cafeteria PTS
14:45
16:00
Talk Icon Oral Presentations III

Leticia Santos – Machine Learning for Accurate Eyeball Placement Using CBCTt Scans in the Brazilian Population

Hajime Utsuno – The observation of the ear morphology for facial reconstruction (approximation)

Maria Maclennan – For the Love of Good: Resurrecting the Lost Face Behind Damien Hirst’s ‘For the Love of God’ Diamond-Encrusted Human Skull

Yuan Li – From Skulls to Faces: A Deep Generative Framework for Realistic 3D Craniofacial Reconstruction

Callan Birkmann-Little – Automated Facial Approximation of Unidentified Human Skulls

Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
16:00
16:30
Poster Session Coffee Icon with coffee break
16:30
17:15
Talk Icon Oral Presentations IV

Te Wai Pounamu (Telena) Hona – Covariation of Facial Soft Tissue Thicknesses with Body Mass and Body Mass Index: Which one Yields Stronger Correlations?

Muhammad Garry Syahrizal Hanafi – Correlation between the Tweed and Northwestern Profile Assessments with Facial Soft Tissue Thickness (FSTT) in the Japanese Population: a Preliminary Study

Rosario Guerra – Diving into new depths: Unveiling the positional relationship variation of hard and soft tissue across demographics

Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
17:15
18:00
Talk Icon Plenary Speaker
DIRK VANDERMEULEN Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
18:00
19:00
Board of Governors Meeting Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
SATURDAYOCTOBER, 5
8:30
9:00
Start of the day
9:00
09:45
Talk Icon Plenary Speaker
SERGIO CASTRO Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
9:45
10:30
Talk Icon Oral Presentations I

Nelly Matine – Precision in Profiles: Investigating WFCS for forensic facial comparison in Black African male

Thomas Dickinson – Comparison of the external ear using different 3D surface scanning solutions for forensic application

Elysia Greenway – Enhancing the potential for recognition in forensic facial depictions through variation in texture, display and finishing effects

Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
10:30
11:00
Poster Session Coffee Icon with coffee break
11:00
11:45
Talk Icon Oral Presentations II

Isabel Burton – Post-mortem and ante-mortem 2D and 3D facial comparison for forensic identification

Petra Urbanova – Poses and Grimaces: Challenges for automated face identification algorithms?

Nicholas Bacci – Quantifying quality: Image quality effects on forensic facial comparison

Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
11:45
13:15
Round Table Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
13:15
14:45
Lunch Icon Lunch
Location blue light Icon University Cafeteria PTS
14:45
15:30
Talk Icon Plenary Speaker
CAROLINE WILKINSON Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
15:30
16:00
Poster Session Coffee Icon with coffee break
16:00
17:30
Talk Icon Oral Presentations III

Helene Russ – The Norwegian NCIS and our work with facial recognition and biometrics

Nanette Briers – FISWG facial feature visibility and its influence on the success of forensic facial comparison by morphological analysis

Carl Stephan – Quality Literature Reviews Matter: A Case Study of 27 years of Misinformation in Forensic Facial Reconstruction and a New Path Forward

Andrea Valsecchi – Candidates filtering using photo-anthropometry and artificial intelligence under non-restrictive photographic conditions

Desiree Davis – AI vs the Australian Federal Police

Guillermo Gomez Trenado – Custom Structure Preservation in Face Aging

Location blue light Icon Faculty of Medicine
17:30
18:00
Congress Closing
20:00
23:00
Lunch Icon IACI Dinner
Location blue light Icon Carmen de Aben Humeya Restaurant