Department of Informatics


Workshop 7: Forensic Recovery from Data Storage

Wednesday 13 December 16:00 until 18:00
Digital Humanities Lab - Silverstone Building (Second Floor)
Speaker: James Baker
Part of the series: Digital Methods Open Workshop Series

The aim of this workshop is to provide a practical introduction to digital forensics. This method of data recovery and analysis was first developed in law enforcement and is now being used in archival science, literary studies, and contemporary history. During the workshop you will use BitCurator to recover and analyse data from a data storage device.

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This workshop series is aimed at staff and doctoral students, particularly researchers in the humanities and social sciences. The workshops take place on Wednesdays in the Digital Humanities Lab, Silverstone from 4-6pm.

You should bring a laptop computer to the workshop. The workshop leader may contact you to advise you to install particular software before the session. If you come to the Digital Humanities Lab at 3.30 (half an hour before the session) one of our technical staff can assist you with this.

If you have any questions about this workshop series please email the series convenor, Ben Roberts, in the first instance:


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Posted on behalf of: Sussex Humanities Lab
Last updated: Tuesday, 7 November 2017