3D Scanners for Forensic Use | Online Event

Published on January 26, 2024


From skeleton-based human identification to the preservation of digitized archaeological information, the applications of 3D information in forensics are wide-ranging and promising.

In this dynamic and ever-changing global environment, it becomes essential for all of us to look for new approaches and improve our work. Learn directly from our team of forensic experts how to acquire 3D images of different skeletal remains using 3D scanners and the applications of this technology in daily work.


Recorded on January 25, 2024


Rosario Guerra

Rosario Guerra is a predoctoral researcher specialized in Craniofacial Identification techniques. She contributed to the development of a semi-automated comparison method for 3D skull models and facial photographs and is the head of Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Archaeology at ETAF.

Verónica Martínez

Verónica Martínez is an anthropologist and predoctoral researcher at Panacea Cooperative Research, is an expert in archaeology and physical anthropology. A graduate of the University of Granada, she has led excavations and studied mass graves from the Spanish Civil War, bringing valuable perspective to historical reconstruction.