IAFS 2023 is the 23rd Triennial Meeting of the International Association of Forensic Sciences being held in conjunction with the 26th Symposium of the Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society on 20–24 November 2023 in Sydney, Australia.
Under the theme “Where to From Here?” and through over 500 oral presentations, almost 600 posters and more than 30 workshops across 22 disciplines, the program strategically covers critical issues to identify possible solutions for stronger and more reliable forensic science and medicine in the future. This special issue aims to provide a platform to promote and discuss the scientific and strategic content of IAFS 2023. To achieve these aims, authors with accepted oral or poster presentations have the opportunity to publish an extended abstract to be published online only.
1 November 2023: Submissions open
31 January 2024: Submission deadline
31 March 2024: Editorial acceptance deadline
May 2024: Supplement published online
Extended Abstracts should be between 1 and 3 pages in length, compiled in the following order: abstract; keywords; main text introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion; acknowledgments; references. Please include an affiliation for each author and a statement covering any Disclosures/Conflicts of Interest. Extended Abstracts may include figures/tables and references. Please note: Extended Abstracts will be published as is – there will be no extensive copyediting or the option for authors checks prior to publication – so please check them carefully before submitting.
How to submit:
Please submit your Extended Abstract through the Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences Submission Portal. Please select ‘Yes’ to the Special Issue question and include ‘IAFS 2023 Extended Abstracts’ in the title field.
Special Issue Editor:
College of Science and Engineering, Flinders University, Australia