Ahmed Bajat shares his research at DFRWS EU 2018.
Ahmed: Thank you. My name is Ahmed Bahjat, I am here from George Mason University – shoutout to Jessica Hyde. I’ll be talking about file fragments dating; this is probably your first time hearing about dating on this forensics theme.
It’s actually adopted from the archaeology field. They have two types of dating: they have relative dating and they have absolute dating. Relative dating is where you pinpoint an age for an artifact, or absolute dating where they put a timestamp on a date. So I’ll be talking about this, and our efforts at George Mason to realise this.