RESEARCH TITLE: Exploring the role of contextual information in different stages of forensic anthropological work

Abstract: TBD

About Kiu – click here to [read more] Kiu is currently pursuing her PhD at the UCL Centre for Forensic Sciences. Her research focuses on the complexity of defining what is task-relevant information and the role of contextual information in different phases of forensic anthropological work, in addition to how this all ties with expertise.

She is also interested in using eye-tracking technology to gain insights into the process of decision making amongst novice and expert forensic anthropologists. She receives a BSc in Archaeology with Forensic Science at University of Exeter, a MSc in Bioarchaeological and Forensic Anthropology at UCL and a MRes in Security Science at UCL. The abstract of her master dissertation — ‘Cognitive and Forensic Confirmation Bias: A Global Survey of Forensic Anthropologists’ was accepted for presentation at the 2022 ANZFSS conference. [/read]

Graduate teaching assistant in: Introduction to Cybersecurity

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Kiu is a PhD researcher at the UCL Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science.


Speaks English, Cantonese & Mandarin