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Antonio Savoldi received the PhD degree from University of Brescia, Brescia, Italy, in March 2009, where he is a research fellow at the moment. He has been involved in digital forensics science for several years giving contributions in the analysis of embedded systems, such as SIM cards and PDA devices, steganalysis of active media and security of embedded systems. He also developed methodologies for discovering hidden channels within the slack memory part of an embedded system, such as the non-standard part of a SIM/USIM card and the flash memory of a Windows CE based PDA. In addition, he actively collaborates with Korean forensic institutes in the development of tools and methodologies to be used in the realm of digital forensics. He has been a program committee member of different international conferences such as the SADFE (Systematic Approaches to Digital Forensic Engineering), IIHMSP (Intelligent Information Hiding and Multimedia Signal Processing), and FGCN (Future Generation Communication and Networking). Finally, he contributed for international conferences and journals such as IFIP WG 11.3, SAC (Symposium on Applied Computing), IJDE (International Journal of Digital Evidence) and IJDCF (International Journal of Digital Crime and Forensics).