Abstract submissions for the NAFE Summer 2021 meeting is now open through April 15. If you have a forensic engineering "lesson learned" to share, please consider developing a paper for the Journal. We will be seeking 8 papers plus 2 "in reserve". The ones selected for "reserve" will be based on redundancy with others (ie, two auto accidents). Any paper selected as "reserve" and not needed is automatically accepted for the following conference. As a registered user you can search the Journal archives to see if the topic has been addressed before. As long as you have a new aspect to present, it will be considered. You can find the requirements and guidance by using the "Make a submission" button and you can review papers from the last few years to get a better feel for what a successful paper is. I look forward to reviewing your abstract.Read more about Call for Papers for Summer 2021
About the Journal
The JOURNAL OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF FORENSIC ENGINEERS is intended to provide a means for the Associate Members, Members, Senior Members, Fellows and Affiliates of NAFE to present peer-reviewed principled discussion of the application of specific technologies and methods in the practice of forensic engineering.
For more information regarding submissions and the peer review process, please review the information at the Submissions page.
The Journal of the National Academy of Forensic Engineers® contains papers that have been accepted by NAFE. In most cases, papers have been presented at NAFE seminars. Members and Affiliates receive a PDF download of the Journal as part of their annual dues. All Journal papers may be individually downloaded from the NAFE website at www.nafe.org. There is no charge to NAFE Members & Affiliates. A limited supply of Volume 33 and earlier hardcopy Journals (black & white) are available. The costs are as follows: $15.00 for NAFE Members and Affiliates; $30.00 for members of the NSPE not included in NAFE membership; $45.00 for all others. Requests should be sent to Mary Ann Cannon, Executive Secretary, NAFE, 1420 King St., Alexandria, VA 22314-2794.
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