• International Symposium On Forensic Science, Lahore, Pakistan
    March 17-19, 2020
  • Forensic Science: Paradigm Shift From Ocular to Physical Evidence
    March 17-19, 2020
International Symposium on Forensic Science (ISFS) is three-day program to be held at Auditorium of Training Laboratory of Punjab Forensic Science Agency (PFSA). ISFS is currently accepting the abstracts for presentation regarding theme of this symposium “Forensic Science- Paradigm Shift from Ocular to Physical Evidence”. ISFS will serve a platform for sharing the forensic knowledge among the experts across the globe. Program of ISFS is divided into various scientific session and poster presentation breaks. Scientific sessions will start sharp at 9:00 am daily.
Who Should Register
All attendees & presenters must register in order to attend ISFS 2020. The ISFS 2020 Registration includes options to attend full conference or specific days as per convenience of attendee. Please carefully fill the registration form before submission and upload your recent photograph. There is no registration fee for ISFS 2020.
About Lahore
Little is known of the history of the settlement prior to the Muslim period. Hindu legend attributes the founding of Lahore to Lava, or Loh, son of Rama, for whom it is said to have been named Lōhāwar. The city of “Labokla” mentioned in Ptolemy’s 2nd-century Guide to Geography may have been Lahore. The city has had a turbulent history. It was the capital of the Ghaznavid dynasty from 1163 to 1186. A Mongol army sacked Lahore in 1241. During the 14th century the city was repeatedly attacked by the Mongols until 1398, when it fell under the control of the Turkic conqueror Timur. In 1524 it was captured by the Mughal Bābur’s troops. This marked the beginning of Lahore’s golden age under the Mughal dynasty, when the city was often the place of royal residence.