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IGS 2015

17th Conference of the
Graphonomics Society

Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe

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IGS2013 Reports and Pictures
IGS2013 Group Picture of the participants by Dr. Joanna Putz-Leszczyńska. (Canon EOS 450D, 17mm, F/5.7, 1/200s, ISO-200, -0.7step, 11.6Mp, 4272p x 2848p) Download original picture (JPG, 4.8 MB) [ATTACH]83[/ATTACH] IGS2013 Photo Album [url]http://forums.graphonomics.org/album.php?albumid... (Full Story)

IGS2013 Reports
There were several very pleasant surprises at IGS2013, the weather, lunch, social program, etc., and I also think that the conference was extremely well organized. Therefore, I like to thank Prof. Masaki Nakagawa and the local organizers who all made this possible. Furthermore, I like to add that th... (Full Story)

IGS2013 Summary PPT
Download PowerPoint Show (PPS) (11MB) by Prof.Dr. Masaki Nakagawa: [url]https://www.dropbox.com/s/2pbknvzbrsfar72/Summary_IGS2013.pps[/url]

NeuroScience of Handwriting
Caligiuri, M.P. & Mohammed, L. A. (2012). NeuroScience of Handwriting: Applications for Forensic Document Examination. CRC Press. Series: International Forensic Science and Investigation Published: February 22, 2012 by CRC Press - 267 Pages Author(s): Michael P. Caligiuri, University of Californi... (Full Story)

Graduate Assistantship available at Lousiana State University
Graduate Assistantship: PhD Motor/Sensorimotor Control, Louisiana State University Position filled.

IGS2011 Pictures by Marcus Liwicki
Album by Marcus Liwicki (Uploaded 7Dec2011) IGS2011 Conference [url]http://forums.graphonomics.org/album.php?albumid=2[/url] IGS2011 Travel [url]http://www.graphonomics.org/forums/album.php?albumid=1[/url]

IGS2011 Summary by Carolyne Bird, Document Examination, Forensic Science, Adelaide
Held in the warm and sunny climes of the Mexican Caribbean, the 15th IGS conference in Cancun attracted a contingent of over 50 presenters from fifteen nations across the globe: Australia, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, The Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, Tunisia, t... (Full Story)

16th International Graphonomics Society Conference. Nara, JAPAN, June 10-13, 2013<=--
CALL FOR PAPERS: 16th International Graphonomics Society Conference. Nara, JAPAN, June 10-13. IGS2013 will be held at the campus of the Todai-ji Temple ([url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Todai-ji[/url]), the largest wooden building in the world. Nara is the ancient capital of Japan. It is 1.5 hour f... (Full Story)

IGS2011 Report by Emily Will, AFDE President
AFDE members Patricia Fisher, Bonnie Schwid and Emily Will attended, participated, networked and awarded the Prize that AFDE gives for the best student research paper. IGS 2011 was held in Cancun, Mexico in mid-June. If you are thinking, “Oh wow, Cancun!” you are exactly right. The venue was the bea... (Full Story)

IGS2011 Best Student Paper Awards
IGS2011 awarded as many as 5 Best-Student-Paper Awards by the Association of Forensic Document Examiners (AFDE); the University of Maryland (UMD), DC, USA; G.TEC, Graz, Austria; University of Cartagena (UPCT), Spain; the International Society for Graphonomics (IGS). (By Carolyne Bird, AGD) (See also... (Full Story)

IGS2011 Report by Cathy Candler and Jan McCleskey
As first time attendees, we were very pleased with the 2011 IGS international conference in Cancun Mexico. The conference location was delightful but more importantly we found the scientific interactions we had come for. Our involvement in handwriting research is in instruction for children with dy... (Full Story)

IGS2011 Report by Christian O'Reilly
The conference IGS2011 was particularly interesting because it was gathering people from diverse fields of interest (forensic, system development, kinesiology, etc.) around the study of a common interest: understanding the processes of fine motor control in the production of writing like movements. ... (Full Story)

IGS2011 Report by Lisa Shooman
Attending the IGS 2011 conference in Cancun was wonderful. Listening to all the research presented was enlightening. I especially enjoyed meeting and mingling with such esteemed multidisciplinary experts in handwriting from around the world. This was an experience I will always cherish. Thank yo... (Full Story)

IGS2011 Report by Heidi Harralson
It was a very good conference. The venue was beautiful and I really enjoyed going to the Mayan ruins (which was the highlight of the conference for me!). Also, sea turtles were coming up in the evening and laying eggs on the shore and I watched that process one evening under the full moon (which w... (Full Story)

IGS2011 Reports by Liwicki, Harralson, Shooman, Candler, McCleskey, O'Reilly
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IGS2011 Report (Extended) by Marcus Liwicki
The Biennial Conference of the International Graphonomics Society is a single-track international forum for discussion on recent advances in the fields of science, humanities, arts and technology of fine motor skills. The 15th edition was held in the wonderful hotel resort “Live Aqua” in Cancun alon... (Full Story)


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