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The use of Digitally Captured Signature technology in everyday casework - Wacom Clipboard (15')

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Mr Niko Kalantzis

Nikolaos (Niko) Kalantzis has a BSc in Physics, a PgD in Forensic Science & an MSc in Questioned Documents and a he holds a diploma in Questioned Documents (FSSocDip) from the Chartered Society of Forensic Science of which he is a Professional Member and an Assessor. He works both for the courts of Athens and Piraeus and handles private cases as an examiner and manager of Chartoularios Laboratory, an associate member of the European Network of Forensic Handwriting Experts (ENFHEX – part of ENFSI). Niko has been elected in the Steering Committee of ENFHEX (R&D Liaison) since September 2019.
Niko served as Visiting Research Fellow from 2008 to 2018 and since 2018 he is a researcher with Staffordshire University, participating in experiments and research projects as well as delivering lectures at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The main area of research for the last years is Digitally Captured Signatures (biometric signatures) and Niko is a part of the STEFA G8 research group, looking into the relation of pen & paper signatures to Digitally Captured Signatures.