The NCMF actively develops basic and applied research projects in areas affecting the analysis and recovery of forensic media. Areas include the enhancement and authentication of forensic audio and imagery as well as biometric comparisons and event analyses from forensic recordings.
- Forensic audio analysis – Review: 2010–2013. Grigoras, C., Smith, J. M., Morrison, G. S., Enzinger, E. (2013).
In: NicDaéid, N. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 17th International Forensic Science Mangers’ Symposium, Lyon (pp. 612–637).
Lyon, France: Interpol. http://www.interpol.int/INTERPOL-expertise/Forensics/International-Forensic-Science-Symposium2
Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences, 2nd Ed. (2013)
- "Digital Imaging: Enhancement and Authentication" by Catalin Grigoras and Jeff M. Smith. Ch. 127, Pg 303-314
- "Audio Enhancement and Authentication" by Catalin Grigoras and Jeff M. Smith. Ch. 128, PG 315-326
Research Theses from the Master’s of Science in Recording Arts emphasis in Media Forensics program.