History

1960. The “Society for the Promotion of Scientific Graphology” was established with the aim of strengthening the contact to industry and promoting the spread of graphological knowledge.

1979. The “Society for the Promotion of Scientific Graphology” was integrated into the Swiss Graphological Society (SGG).

1994. Dr. Adreas Bürgi formed a working group within the SGG for the “Support of Research with Regard to Handwriting Analysis “; this group was later reformed into a “Commission for Research & Quality Assurance “.

2016. The above mentioned Commission was restructured and bears the title “Institute for Handwriting Sciences”; it conducts handwriting research that takes into account all related aspects and fields and establishes a profound connection to academic bodies.