Département de chimie, biochimie et physique
Le corps professoral
Werner, Denis
Professeur
3120 CIPP
819 376-5011, poste 4438

Intérêts de recherche :
  • Identification de traces d’objets (p. ex. armes à feu, outils, semelles, objets imprimés en 3D)
  • Inférence de source de traces forensiques (p. ex. traces de produits inflammables, résidus de tir, objets imprimés en 3D)

  • Rôle et contribution des traces matérielles dans l'enquête judiciaire (p. ex. investigation d'incendies et d’explosions, investigation de scènes de crime)

  • Interprétation de l'indice (p. ex. traitement de données, chimiométrie, approche probabiliste / bayésienne)


Cours enseignés :
Hiver 2024
  • SFC1008 - Incendies et explosions
  • SFC1020 - Investigation sur les lieux et exploitation des traces

Formation :

PhD in Forensic Science, School of Criminal Justice, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Master of Science in Forensic Science (Magna Cum Laude), School of Criminal Justice, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science, School of Criminal Justice, University of Lausanne, Switzerland


Quelques communications et publications :

Book

Gallusser A, Rhumorbarbe D, Werner D. (Ed.) Traces d'armes à feu. Expertise des armes à feu et des éléments de munition dans l'investigation criminelle. (3e édition). Lausanne, Suisse : EPFL PRESS, 2022.

Publications

Schaufelbühl S, Szwed A, Gallusser A, Delémont O, Werner D. Investigating the availability of 3D-printed firearm designs on the clear web. Forensic Science International: Synergy, 2023; 7: 100444.

Fischer J, Redouté Minzière V, Werner D, Jung B, Weyermann C. Technical note: Influence of the drying position and time on the persistence of gunshot residues on fabric. Forensic Science International, 2023; 350: 111810.

Rumo D, Werner D, Rhumorbarbe D, Gobat G, Gallusser A, Gassend JL, Delémont O. Cleaning deteriorated elements of ammunition: Development of a procedure applied to cartridge cases from the Second World War. Forensic Science International, 2023; 351: 111809.

Szwed A, Schaufelbühl S, Gallusser A, Werner D, Delémont O. Was a 3D-printed firearm discharged? Study of traces produced by the use of six fully 3D-printed firearms. Forensic Science International, 2023; 348: 111736.

Langlois F, Rhumorbarbe D, Werner D, Florquin N, Caneppele S, Rossy Q. International weapons trafficking from the United States of America: a crime script analysis of the means of transportation. Global Crime, 2022; 23(3): 284-305.

Trincat T, Saner M, Schaufelbühl S, Gorka M, Rhumorbarbe D, Gallusser A, Delémont O, Werner D. Influence of the printing process on the traces produced by the discharge of 3D-printed Liberators. Forensic Science International, 2022; 331: 111144.

Desmarais A, Fabre AS, Jongleux B, Lawewnce G, Werner D, Florquin N. Monitoring illicit ammunition through the ballistic datasets of four European countries. Forensic Science International, 2022; 330: 111133.

Werner D, Berthod R, Rhumorbarbe D, Gallusser A. Manufacturing of firearms parts: relevant sources of information and contribution in a forensic context. WIREs Forensic Science, 2021; 3: e1401.

Büchler L, Werner D, Delémont O. Detection of gasoline on suspects’ hands: study of different sampling alternatives. Forensic Science International, 2021; 318: 110590.

Prod’Hom A, Werner D, Lepot L, Massonnet G. Fibre persistence on static textiles under outdoor conditions. Forensic Science International, 2021; 318: 110593.

Redouté Minzière V, Werner D, Schneider D, Manganelli M, Jung B, Weyermann C, Gassner AL. Combined Collection and Analysis of Inorganic and Organic Gunshot Residues. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 2020; 65(4): 1102-1113.

Werner D, Gassner AL, Marti J, Christen S, Wyss P, Weyermann C. Comparison of three collection methods for the sodium rhodizonate detection of gunshot residues on hands. Science & Justice, 2020; 60(1): 63-71.

Honsberger H, Werner D, Rhumorbarbe D, Riva F, Glardon M, Gallusser A, Delémont O. How to recognise the traces left on a crime scene by a 3D-printed Liberator? Part 2. Elements of ammunition, marks on the weapons and polymer fragments. Forensic Science International, 2019; 295: 137-144.

Werner D, Burnier C, Yu Y, Marolf AR, Wang Y, Massonnet G. Identification of some factors influencing soil transfer on shoes. Science & Justice, 2019; 59(6): 643-653.

Honsberger H, Rhumorbarbe D, Werner D, Riva F, Glardon M, Gallusser A, Delémont O. How to recognize the traces left on a crime scene by a 3D-printed Liberator? Part 1. Discharge, exterior ballistic and wounding potential. Forensic Science International, 2018; 286: 245‑251.

Werner D, Rhumorbarbe D, Kronseder P, Gallusser A. Comparison of three bullet recovery systems. Forensic Science International, 2018; 290: 251-257.

Gassner AL, Manganelli M, Werner D, Rhumorbarbe D, Maitre M, Beavis A, Roux CP, Weyermann C. Secondary transfer of organic gunshot residues: Empirical data to assist the evaluation of three scenarios. Science & Justice, 2018; 59(1): 58-66.

Rhumorbarbe D, Werner D, Gilliéron Q, Staehli L, Broséus J, Rossy Q. Technical Note: Characterising the online weapons trafficking on cryptomarkets. Forensic Science International, 2018; 283: 16-20.


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