The specific objectives of the project are:
- To augment existing the existing B.Sc. programmes of the project partner Universities by defining the structure of a new Forensic Computing Pathway, which will be recognized and endorsed by all consortium partners.
- To develop, validate and implement a set of eight courses, on emerging areas of Forensic Computing that cover, amongst other topics, the following: Digital Investigation, Criminal Justice Issues, Digital Forensics, Emerging Trends in Digital Forensic and Digital Evidence Collection.
- To develop four hands-on case studies in Forensic Computing using the latest, student-centred, adaptive, e-learning education methodology, with a focus on computer crime and computer investigation.
- To significantly enhance the level of competence and skills of staff in partner country universities by:
- Running training for staff at EU partner universities in order to develop their Forensic Computing expertise in curriculum development and innovative learning,
- Providing research collaboration opportunities with EU staff through joint- supervision of students' projects.
- To create opportunities of collaboration between academia and industry in the Forensic Computing field.
- To establish Forensic Computing laboratories at partner country universities which will be used for teaching and research.