## Research page of Dr. Agnieszka Martyna

## Curriculum vitae

- 2006-2011: MSc studies in chemistry at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland
- 2010-2012: Eng. studies in chemistry and technology at AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland
- 2011: M.Sc degree in analytical chemistry, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland
- 2012: Eng. Degree in chemical technology, AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland
- 2016: PhD in analytical chemistry, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland
- Since 2017: an employee in the Institute of Chemistry, The University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland

## Fellowships

- 2015: Glasgow University, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Glasgow, Great Britain (Dr. Tereza Neocleous)
- 2015: training visit in the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Biometric Recognition Group, Research Institute of Forensic Science and Security, Madrid, Spain (Assoc. Prof. Daniel Ramos)

## Main scientific interests

Evaluation of evidential value of physicochemical data for forensic purposes with a special emphasis on combining the chemometric tools with the likelihood ratio approach for interpreting the evidential value of highly multidimensional data.## Research co-operation

- Since 2010: Cooperation with the Institute of Forensic Research in Krakow, Poland (Assoc. Prof. Grzegorz Zadora)
- Since 2011: Cooperation with the University of Glasgow, Great Britain (Dr. Tereza Neocleous)
- Since 2011: Cooperation with the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Biometric Recognition Group, Research Institute of Forensic Science and Security, Madrid, Spain (Assoc. Prof. Daniel Ramos)
- Since 2013: Cooperation with Bundesanstalt fur Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe, Hannover, Germany (Dr. Hans-Eike Gaebler)
- Since 2015: Cooperation with Turin University and Centro Regionale Antidoping in Turin, Italy (Prof. Marco Vincenti and Dr. Eugenio Alladio)

## Selected scientific and teaching activities

- Author or co-author of 11 scientific papers, published in the peer-reviewed journals
- 2013-2016: Lecturer at FORSTAT Workshop 'Forensic Evidence Evaluation - Problems and Applications' organized under auspices of European Network of Forensic Science Institutes)
- 2014: Invited lecturer in the Institute of Forensic Science, Ministry of Public Security, Beijing, China

## List of published articles:

- E. Alladio, A. Martyna, A. Salomone, V. Pirro, M. Vincenti, G. Zadora, Evaluation of direct and indirect ethanol biomarkers using a likelihood ratio approach to identify chronic alcohol abusers for forensic purposes, Forensic Science International, 271 (2017) 13-22

IF=1.95 - A. Menżyk, A. Martyna, G. Zadora, Evidential value of polymeric materials - chemometric tactics for spectral data compression combined with likelihood ratio approach, Analyst, 142 (2017) 3867-3888

IF=3.885 - A. Michalska, A. Martyna, G. Zadora, Investigation of various factors influencing Raman spectra interpretation with the use of likelihood ratio approach, Forensic Science International, 282 (2018) 60-73

IF=1.989 - G. Zadora, A. Martyna, A. Michalska, P. Wlasiuk, An introduction to evaluation of physicochemical data for forensic purposes with application of likelihood ratio test, Forensic Science And Technology, 41 (2016) 209-220
- A. Martyna, G. Zadora, T. Neocleous, A. Michalska, N. Dean, Hybrid approach combining chemometrics and likelihood ratio framework for reporting the evidential value of spectra, Analytica Chimica Acta, 931 (2016) 34-46

IF=4.667 - A. Michalska, A. Martyna, J. Zieba-Palus, G. Zadora, Application of a likelihood ratio approach in solving a comparison problem of Raman spectra recorded for blue automotive paints, Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 46 (2015) 772-783

IF=2.506 - A. Michalska, G. Zadora, A. Martyna, Optimized sample preparation for glass fragments by scanning electron microscopy-energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry, Analytical Letters, 49 (2016) 1884-1895

IF = 0.886 - E. Alladio, A. Martyna, A. Salomone, V. Pirro, M. Vincenti, G. Zadora, Evaluation of direct and indirect ethanol biomarkers using a likelihood ratio approach to identify chronic alcohol abusers for forensic purposes, Forensic Science International, dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.forsciint.2016.12.019

IF=1.95 - P. Wlasiuk, A. Martyna, G. Zadora, An effect of selection of a smoothing parameter on the performance of likelihood ratio models for solving classification task, Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems, 144 (2015) 87-99

IF=2.770 - A. Martyna, A. Michalska, G. Zadora, Interpretation of FTIR spectra of polymers and Raman spectra of car paints by means of likelihood ratio approach supported by wavelet transform for reducing data dimensionality, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 407 (2015) 3357-3376

IF=3.565 - P. Wlasiuk, A. Martyna, G. Zadora, A likelihood ratio model for the determination of the geographical origin of olive oil, Analytica Chimica Acta, 853 (2015) 187-199

IF=4.667 - A. Martyna, G. Zadora, I. Stanimirova, D. Ramos, Wine authenticity verification as a forensic problem. An application of likelihood ratio approach to label verification, Food Chemistry, 150 (2014) 287-295

IF=3.901 - A. Martyna, D. Lucy, G. Zadora, B.M. Trzcinska, D. Ramos, A. Parczewski, Evaluation of evidential value of microspectrophotometry measurements made for ink samples, Analytical Methods, 5 (2013) 6788-6795

IF=1.840 - A. Martyna, K.-E. Sjastad, G. Zadora, D. Ramos, Analysis of lead isotopic ratios of glass objects with the aim of comparing them for forensic purposes, Talanta, 105 (2013) 158-166

IF=3.670

## List of published book chapters:

- G. Zadora, A. Martyna, D. Ramos, C. Aitken, Statistical Analysis in Forensic Science: Evidential Value of Multivariate Physicochemical Data, Wiley, Chichester, UK 2014, ISBN: 9780470972106
- G. Zadora, A. Martyna, Glass - its analysis and interpretation for forensic purposes, in R. Bachlinski, A. Policha, eds., Physicochemical analysis of criminalistic traces, published by the publishing house of Centralne Laboratorium Kryminalistyczne (CLK), Warsaw, Poland (ISBN 978-83-87425-04-3)
- A. Martyna, G. Zadora, M. Daszykowski, D. Ramos, A. Parczewski, Wines authenticity analysis using likelihood ratio approach in G. Zadora, A. Parczewski, D. Zuba, eds., Chemometrics in solving scientific and practical problems, published by the publishing house of the Institute of Forensic Research, Krakow, Poland (ISBN 978-83-87425-04-3)
- A. Martyna, G. Zadora, K.E. Sjastad, D. Ramos, Evidential value of isotopic ratios in solving comparison problem of glass samples for forensic purposes in G. Zadora, A. Parczewski, D. Zuba, eds., Chemometrics in solving scientific and practical problems, published by the publishing house of the Institute of Forensic Research, Krakow, Poland (ISBN 978-83-87425-04-3)
- A. Martyna, G. Zadora, B.M. Trzcinska, D. Ramos, A. Parczewski, Evidential value of data describing colour of blue inks using MSP-DAD technique in G. Zadora, A. Parczewski, D. Zuba, eds., Chemometrics in solving scientific and practical problems, published by the publishing house of the Institute of Forensic Research, Krakow, Poland (ISBN 978-83-87425-04-3)