About Martin Boldt
I'm a PhD in computer science at Blekinge Institute of Technology. As a member of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering I'm currently involved in an interesting research project together with the Swedish Police and the Swedish National Laboratory of Forensic Science (SKL) were we focus on the mitigation of serial crime, in particular residential burglaries. The means investigated include systematic collection of crime scene information, researching analysis methods using data mining and machine learning, and creating automatic methods for shoe print analysis. The project is funded by the EU 2012-2014 (6.9 MSEK) and Regional Council of Blekinge during 2015 (2 MSEK).
In 2010 I presented my PhD thesis "Privacy-Invasive Software" in computer science at BTH. The thesis is available here.
My contact information is available here.