The organizing committee (or, as the conference's website designates it, the program committee) consists of one individual, Dr. Xiaodan Mei, President of BIT Group Global Ltd., China. But the "Advisory Board Members" are "coming soon," and already, "the Plenary Session will invite a distinguished international panel including Dr. Henry Lee and many others to talk about the impact of recent forensic scientific and technological breakthroughs around the world."
Indeed, if the website is accurate, the "Renowned Speakers of WCF-2016" who have signed on are
- "Dr. Henry C. Lee, Chief Emeritus for Scientific Services, University of New Haven, USA" and
- "Dr. John Zheng Wang, Professor and Director of Certificate Programs, California State University [Long Beach], USA,"
On May 16, 2016, Ms. Cherry Dong, Organizing Committee of the Forensics & Police Tech Expo 2016, advised me that
I’m writing to follow up my last invitation letter several weeks ago, it is regretful we couldn’t receive your reply. Now we would like to extend our cordially invitation to you again to join the BIT’s 3rd International Congress of Forensics & Police Tech Expo 2016 ... . Forensic science has attracted enormous attentions ... . Therefore, we establish this focused event ... So please kindly inform us if you are available to give us a presentation in the conference, it will be highly appreciated you can give us a prompt reply with a title and brief (3-5 sentences) summary on your recent work in the area.The renowned speakers list has grown with the addition of Mathias Gaertner, "Publicly Accredited and Sworn in Expert Witness for Information Technology, Germany"; Eric Kreuter, "a Partner in the Financial Advisory Services Group at Marks Paneth LLP"; Erik Laykin, "Managing Director, Duff & Phelps LLC"; Frank Prieels, "Professor, University of Duesseldorf, Belgium"; Andre Stuart, CEO, "21st Century Forensic Animation"; and Linda Xiao, "Professional Officer (Technical), University of Technology, Australia."
For more information on BIT's "congresses" and practices, see Wikipedia and Flaky Academic Conferences.