A screenshot from our evidentiary platform on the Euromaidan protests, demonstrating how audio latency analysis of gunshots heard in protest footage was mapped out to determine relative distances between the victim and the shooter.
A screenshot from our evidentiary platform on the Euromaidan protests, demonstrating how audio latency analysis of gunshots heard in protest footage was mapped out to determine relative distances between the victim and the shooter.

SITU Research joins UCLA roundtable on “Cultural Destruction, Technology, and the Future of Human Rights Practice”

January 17th 2020

Director of Research Brad Samuels joins Andras Riedlmayer, Hariz Halilovich and Robert Farley at UCLA’s Center for European and Russian Studies for a roundtable discussion exploring the use of geospatial technologies in human rights documentation. The event, titled, “Cultural Destruction, Technology, and the Future of Human Rights Practice”, convenes leaders from this emerging, multidisciplinary field to share their experiences with human rights work, and consider the risks and opportunities of utilizing new systems of evidentiary production. Prior to the discussion, Brad will present some of SITU Research’s latest projects, demonstrating how a variety of digital tools have shaped our capacity to present and analyze forensic evidence.

Cultural Destruction, Technology, and the Future of Human Rights Practice
Friday, January 17, 2020 at 9:00 am–12:00 pm

University of California Los Angeles
Graduate School of Education & Information Studies (GSE&IS) Building, Room 111
Royce Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90095