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Research Validation Papers

Peer Reviewed Papers

Determining the Suitability of 3D Laser Scanning for Forensic Footwear Impression Analysis in Sand

Rodrigues, Charmaine and Liscio, Eugene. Identification Canada, Volume 42, No. 1, March 2019

 

Accuracy and Reproducibility of Bullet Trajectories in FARO Zone 3D

Liscio, Eugene, Le, Quan  and  Guryn, Helen . Journal of Forensic Sciences , 2019  

A Comparative Study between FARO Scene and FARO Zone 3D for Area of Origin Analysis., 

Liscio, Eugene, Forensic Science International, Volume 301, August 2019, Pages 166-173

3D Documentation of a Clandestine Grave: A Comparison Between Manual and 3D Digital Methods, 

Victoria Berezowski MSc, Jason J. Keller & Eugene Liscio. J Assoc Crime Scene Reconstr. 2018;22:23-37.

Three Dimensional Models Generated by Drone Photogrammetry and by Laser Scanner, 

Tran, Isabel, Liscio, Eugene, Identification Canada, Volume 41, June 2018.

The Accuracy and Inter-Examiner Reliability of Point-of-Origin Analysis of Bloodstain Patterns Using 3D Laser Scanning Technique, 

Chen, Yongu (Sara), Liscio, Eugene. Identification Canada, Volume 41, March 2018.

Accuracy and Repeatability of Trajectory Rod Measurement Using Laser Scanners, 

Eugene Liscio,1,2 P.Eng.; Helen Guryn,1 H.B.Sc.; and Daniella Stoewner,1 H.B.Sc. J Forensic Sci, 2017 doi: 10.1111/1556-4029.13719

Assessing Structured Light 3D Scanning Using Artec Eva for Injury Documentation During Autopsy, 

Sivanandan J, Liscio E., J Assoc Crime Scene Reconstr. 2016;21:5-13.

3D Bloodstain Pattern Analysis on Complex Surfaces Using The FARO Focus Laser Scanner

International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts, Nathan Kwan, Eugene Liscio and Tracy Rogers, December 2016.

Accuracy and Repeatability of the Laser Scanner and Total Station for Crime and Accident Scene Documentation, 

David Dustin & Eugene Liscio, P. Eng. J Assoc Crime Scene Reconstr. 2016;20:57-67.

Using a 3D Laser Scanner to Determine the Area of Origin of an Impact Pattern

Dubyk, M., Liscio, E. Journal of Forensic Identification 66 (3), 2016 \ 259.

A Comparison of the Terrestrial Laser Scanner & Total Station for Scene Documentation, 

Liscio E, Hayden A, Moody, J Assoc Crime Scene Reconstruction. 2016;20:1-8.

Calculating Point of Origin of Blood Spatter Using Laser Scanning Technology, 

Nashad Hakim & Eugene Liscio. Journal of Forensic Sciences, March 2015.

Using a 3D Laser Scanner to Determine the Use of 3D Scanning and Comparison Method in the Identification of Shovel Impressions in Soil

Ou Bai & Eugene Liscio, Identification Canada, Volume 38, June 2015.

A Preliminary Validation of the Use of 3D Scanning for Bloodstain Pattern Analysis

Eugene Liscio et al., Journal of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis, December 2015 Issue.

The Accuracy of Laser Scanning Technology on the Determination of Bloodstain Origin

Rebecca Lee & Eugene Liscio, Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal, November 2015.

Suspect Height Estimation Using Laser Scanning Technology

Monique Johnson & Eugene Liscio. (Journal of Forensic Sciences, July 2015).