Course on Forensic Authentication of Digital Images

The Fall 2011 course offering at the University of Colorado Denver's National Center for Media Forensics, "Forensic Authentication of Digital Images," will be held December 12-14.

Students explore authentication of digital images with regard to evidence admissibility and counterfeit detection. EXIF data analysis, recompression analysis, PRNU analysis, and more will be discussed. This course is for intermediate to advanced students with a strong technical grasp of image processing apps like Adobe Photoshop or Corel Paintshop Pro. Students are strongly encouraged to bring images from their own cases as well as their own digital cameras for testing.

This course will be taught by Dr. Catalin Grigoras. All classes will meet in person at the National Center for Media Forensics at 1800 Grant Street, Suite 225, Denver, CO, 80203. Classes will meet from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm each day. Tuition cost is $850 and graduate level university credit will be given upon successful completion of the course. For information about how to register or travel inquiries please contact NCMF Administrative Manager Leah Haloin at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 303-315-5852.

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