Jan William Johnsen

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Jan William Johnsen

Ph.D. started in: 2016
Expected year of graduation: 2020
COINS consortium member: Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Supervised by: Katrin Franke, Stefan Axelsson, Thomas Walmann
Links: Cristin
Research area: Digital Forensics
Project title: Data Mining and Network Analysis for Financial Crime Detection and Investigation
Project description: Law enforcements have limited resources for analysing large amounts of data to produce timely results in criminal cases. We apply the methodology ‘analysis by synthesis’ to simulate fraud and money laundering patterns in benign datasets; to be able to control environmental parameters. Then, the indicators and behavioural characteristics of financial crimes are systematically studied, drawing conclusions for forensic analysis. Our research is contributing to the international problem of financial crime, by improving the efficiency and effectiveness of large-scale detection and investigation.

Publications:

  1. Jan William Johnsen, Katrin Franke (2017). Feasibility Study of Social Network Analysis on Loosely Structured Communication Networks
Events attended with COINS funding:
  1. COINS/SWITS Ph.D. student seminar, Oslo, Norway, 2017
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