Add to Calendar Europe/London DD/MM/YYYY 17/4/2018 17:1517/4/2018 22:00East Midlands regional lectureUniversity of Lincoln, Brayford Way, Brayford Pool, Lincoln LN6 7TS

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The University of Lincoln will host the first of this year's East Midlands regional lectures. Professor Sarah Hainsworth FREng, Pro-vice-Chancellor and Executive Dean, Aston University will deliver the talk

Forensic science encompasses a diverse range of scientific subjects where the research is used to support the law and legal practice. Engineering is one of the disciplines that can contribute to our understanding of forensic practice by applying engineering tools and techniques to the understanding of particular problems.

The talk will show how applying micro-CT and scanning electron microscope techniques can be used to identify implements in dismemberment cases and forces used in stabbing attacks. Additionally, Professor Hainsworth will show how modern forensic techniques contributed to the investigation of the remains of Richard III. 

Programme

5.15pm Tour of Siemens and Engineering Department facilities
5.30pm

Welcome, refreshments and posters

(Isaac Newton building atrium)

6.00pm

Cutting crime: The role of forensic engineering science

Professor Sarah Hainsworth FREng, Pro-Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean, Aston University

(Isaac Newton lecture theatre)

7.00pm

Networking reception and posters

(Isaac Newton building atrium)

7.30pm

Dinner

Hosted by Professor Mary Stuart, Vice Chancellor, University of Lincoln

(Venue TBC)

10.00pm Close

Tickets

The lecture is free to attend and open to public. Registration will be available shortly. 

The dinner is for Fellows and guests only. Tickets for the dinner cost £45.00 including VAT and you can already register online. 

How to find the venue

Full details on how to find the venue can be found on  University of Lincoln website. 

Car Parking

If Fellows wish to park on campus for free please contact  Lucy Webb with your vechicle registration number. Alternatively, you can park in the Pay and Display in St Marks' Square, across the road. 

For further details please contact Events Assistant, Lucy Webb.

Cancellations

All cancellation requests must be received in writing via email to the Events Team. A request for cancellation (and refund) will be accepted up to Tuesday 3 April 2017. Royal Academy of Engineering must make commitments to suppliers at that time and making changes will result in additional costs or penalties. If the cancellation request is received after the deadline, we cannot issue a refund.