National Academy of Forensic Engineers Winter Conference

The National Academy of Forensic Engineers and its members are dedicated to the following goals:

advancing forensic engineering’s ethical and professional standards in service of the public

Serving the judicial system by certifying forensic engineering experts;

Serving the Academy’s members and fostering the growth of forensic engineers by disseminating knowledge and publishing peer-reviewed technical literature.

Event Contact
Address: El Conquistador Tucson, Tucson, Arizona
Phone: TBC
1. Industrial Engineering 2. Science & Research 3. Business Services 4. Education & Training 5. Miscellaneous
NAFE was founded in the late 1970s with the goal of fostering and teaching competent practise by PEs in the legal system while avoiding commercialism and emphasising ethics. The format of the presentations would be a series of lectures with examples of actual FE practise situations, followed by Technical Peer Review before publication. On May 25, 1982, the new NAFE corporation was filed in the District of Columbia [later moved to Virginia] after the governing documents were drafted. The Academy's first general meeting was held in San Francisco in January 1984, in conjunction with the NSPE meetings. Ninety FEs were in attendance, and detailed lectures on FE practise were given.
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