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Invited Talks

  • “De mens als zwakste schakel!?”, Clingendael Institute workshop on Cyberwarfare and Security in Alle Staten, Den Haag, The Netherlands (2018)
  • “In search of the truth”, Pub Talk, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (2018)
  • “De mens als zwakste schakel!?”, ABN Ambro Security Live Congres, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2017)
  • “Leugendetectie: Klaar voor de praktijk?”, Vakgroep Verhoor, Utrecht, The Netherlands (2017)
  • “Economics of Cybersecurity”, annual conference of the National Association of Data Protection Officers (NADPO), London, UK (2016)
  • “Trustworthy information? How to detect deception in practice”, for intelligence purposes, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (2016)
  • “The wolves and the weak: Faces behind cybercrime”, international ABN AMBRO security conference, Amsterdam (2016)
  • “Does lie to me, lie to me?”, invited talk at Utrecht University’s student society Alcmaeon, Utrecht, The Netherlands (2016)
  • “Leugendetectie: Wat kunnen we nu echt?” Onderdeel van “Verhoren onder ede”, Congres Rechtbank Gelderland, Arnhem, The Netherlands (2015)
  • “The necessity of lying”, panel discussion at the philosophy and music festival “How the Lights Get In”, Hay on Wye, UK (2015)
  • “The world’s first lie detector suit”, BBC’s The Naked Scientists episode “Whodunnit? Fascinating Forensics”, Cambridge, UK (2015).
  • “Are our own thoughts still private? Computers that read your mind”, National Association of Data Protection Officers (NADPO), Leicester, UK (2015)
  • “Bringing Hollywood into the interrogation room: How forensic psychology can benefit from technological advances”, Psychology department, University of Bedfordshire, UK (2014)
  • “Automatic Analysis of Behavior in Interviews”, for intelligence purposes at Lancaster University, UK (2013)
  • “Bringing Hollywood to the interrogation room”, High Tech Crime Unit of the Dutch National Police Services, Driebergen, The Netherlands (2013)

Conference & Workshop Presentations

  • Oral presentation, “From Deception to the Truth”, Applied Economics, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (2018)
  • Oral presentation, “What’s next? How to impact society with (our awesome) security research? Security and Human Behaviour (SHB) Workshop 2017, Cambridge, UK (2017)
  • Oral presentation “Verhoorkamer van de toekomst”, Politie & Wetenschap congress, Ministerie van Veiligheid & Justitie, Den Haag, The Netherlands (2017)
  • Oral presentation, “The cost of lying for society”, Lorentz Center Workshop on The Invention of Lying: Language, Logic, & Cognition, Leiden, The Netherlands (2017)
  • Workshop presentation “Waarheidsvinding in het publieke domein”, TNO, Den Haag, The Netherlands (2016)
  • Oral presentation, “Deception Detection in the Wild”, Security and Human Behaviour (SHB) Workshop 2016, Harvard, Cambridge, US (2016)
  • Oral presentation, “The human factor in cyber”, Cybersecurity workshop TNO, The Hague, The Netherlands (2016)
  • Oral presentation, “Body of lies: Unobtrusively measuring deceptive behavior in real-time, Decepticon, Cambridge, UK (2015)
  • Oral presentation, “From suit to radar: Improving the usability of motion-based lie detection”, Workshop on Security and Human Behaviour (SHB) Workshop 2015, Washington DC, US (2015)
  • Active Workshop Participation on identifying reliable verbal indicators of deceit based on a meta-analysis of gathered raw deception data, Credibility Analysis and Intent Research Networks (CAIRN), Miami (2015)
  • Oral presentation, “To freeze or not to freeze: A motion-capture approach to detecting deceit”, 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), Kauai, Hawaii, US (2015)
  • Oral Presentation, “How transparency can help decrease insurance fraud”, Women@CL, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK (2014)
  • Two Minute Madness Presentation, “The detection and deterrence of deception”, the Museum for Computing History, Cambridge, UK (2014)
  • Oral conference presentation, “Restoring the balance: How feelings of injustice affect lie tendency”, European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL) conference 2014, St. Petersburg, Russia (2014)
  • Oral presentation, “When lying feels the right thing to do”, Workshop on Security and Human Behaviour (SHB) Workshop 2014, University of Cambridge, UK (2014)
  • Minute Madness presentation, “Optimal gaming performance: Does drunk-driving also increase accident rates when playing computer games?”, Celebration of 10 years Women@Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK (2014)
  • Seminar talk, “Forensic psychology and computing: Friend or foe?”, Forensic Psychology Reading Group, University of Cambridge, UK (2014)
  • Workshop for a selected group of FBI personnel, “Tracking suspects: How motion capture techniques can be used during interviews”, 2013, Psychology department, Lancaster University, UK (2013)
  • Oral conference presentation as part of a symposium on “The role of interpersonal behaviour in detecting deception”, “Nonverbal mimicry increases in second-language interviews”, EAPL conference 2013, Coventry, UK (2013)
  • Poster presentation, “Nonverbal mimicry to reveal deceit”, part of the Symposium organized for the inaugural lecture of Prof. Paul Taylor, “University of Twente, The Netherlands (2013).
  • Oral conference presentation as part of a symposium, “The effect of culture on nonverbal mimicry in interviews”, American Society of Criminology (ASC) conference 2012, Chicago, US (2012)
  • Oral presentation Summer School, “Discussing the impact of interview styles on mimicry as a cue to deceit”, Lancaster University, UK (2012)
  • Interactive poster presentation, “Using motion-capture equipment for psychological research”, Opening event of Security Lancaster, Lancaster University, UK (2012)
  • Oral conference presentation, “Nonverbal mimicry increases when deceiving – particularly when responding to reverse-order questioning”, EAPL conference 2012, Nicosia, Cyprus (2012)
  • Poster presentation, “Nonverbal mimicry as a cue to deceit”, Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) conference 2012, San Diego, US (2012)
  • Poster presentation, “Nonverbal mimicry increases when lying”, Annual Departmental Post Graduate Research conference 2011, Lancaster University, UK (2011)
  • Oral conference presentation, “Nonverbal mimicry increases when lying”, PhD Deception Conference 2011, Lancaster University, UK (2011).
  • Oral presentation Summer School, “Nonverbal mimicry”, University of Twente, The Netherlands (2011).
  • Poster presentation, “Nonverbal mimicry as a cue to deceit”, International Investigative Interviewing Research Group (iIIRG) 2011 conference, Dundee, UK (2011)