Interviewed for – Trust Me, I’m An Expert: Brain-zapping, the curious case of the n-rays and other stories of evidence

Evidence isn’t always as straightforward as it might first seem. a Podcast Madeleine De Gabriele, The Conversation and Sunanda Creagh, The Conversation, NY-BD-CC, CC BY-SA    You’ve had an x-ray before but have you had an n-ray? Of course not, because they’re not real. But people used to think they were. Scientists had shown they were. And the […]

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Quoted in ABC article – ‘Image ballistics’: Your smartphone camera reveals more than you think

  I was recently interviewed by Ariel Bogle working for the ABC on an article relating to my PhD Thesis on Photo Response Non-Uniformity noise.   To understand how this fingerprint works, you must go inside the device, into the camera’s sensors. “The image sensor is broken up into little photosites,” explained Richard Matthews, a […]

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Photo Forgeries

Part of the work that I am doing towards my PhD relates to digital forgeries. Recently Lyton Grace, working for The Advertiser, did a write up featuring some expert analysis from yours truly. You can check it out here

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