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Title: AFTE 2015 Poster Presentation Uploads
Post by: Deion Christophe on March 23, 2015, 12:54:54 PM
This year poster presentations can be uploaded for those not in attendance at the conference or those that miss the opportunity to see the various topics presented in this format. ;D  This thread is provided to allow the poster presenters the opportunity to publish their information for others to see if they so wish.
DIMENSIONS FOR UPLOADING YOUR POSTER
Although you are not required to upload a poster, we encourage you to upload it for archiving purposes. If you upload a poster, anyone who is searching through the event or on the public forum will be able to view your poster via the AFTE 2015 (Poster Presentation Uploads) thread. You may upload your poster once approved any time before abstract submission closes or after the event. Simply add the name of the poster to the thread and attach!
The electronic version of your poster cannot exceed 2 MB in size and must be either in .pdf or .jpg format.
Title: Re: AFTE 2015 Poster Presentation Uploads
Post by: Stacey Hartman on March 23, 2015, 01:56:52 PM
Fabulous idea!  :-00
Title: Re: AFTE 2015 Poster Presentation Uploads
Post by: Deion Christophe on March 24, 2015, 11:33:37 AM
POSTER ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION


Identification and Recognition of Cartridge Cases from Multi-Caliber Firearms
Adam Hartley, MS-Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice & Forensic Science
Title: Re: AFTE 2015 Poster Presentation Uploads
Post by: Rebecca Mullen on May 15, 2015, 01:42:28 PM
Poster Submission:[attachimg=1]
Firearm and Tool Mark Section Backlog Reduction through the Implementation of Lean Six Sigma Concepts
by Rebecca Mullen
Title: Re: AFTE 2015 Poster Presentation Uploads
Post by: Stacey Phetteplace on May 15, 2015, 02:21:05 PM
Zip Gun Arrow
Title: Re: AFTE 2015 Poster Presentation Uploads
Post by: Deion Christophe on May 21, 2015, 10:09:46 AM
Poster Submission: Drive By Shootings Using Two Single Action Revolvers
By: Brian Smelser
Washington State Patrol Crime Laboratory - Seattle
Firearms and Toolmark Section