This weekend, Dr. Elliott will be attending the 2014 PRIM&R Conference in Baltimore. As part of our research activities, we collect data from test participants. The PRIM&R conference will help us understand the latest issues and regulations that impact the world of research ethics.

Today we are hosting a Hack Day that examines the intra-visit stability of the iris. We will be hosting a live blog during the event.

The fall 2014 semester has not only brought significant changes to the way the course material portion of IT 345 is structured, but also how we structure the lab materials and projects. In previous semesters, students have typically spent the first four weeks of their lab section familiarizing themselves with the center, what resources we…

We provided an update on the Human Biometric Sensor Interaction model at the Biometrics 2014 conference at the Queen Elizabeth II conference center in London, England. Advances in testing and evaluation using Human-Biometric sensor interaction modules from International Center for Biometric Research

Students from the International Center for Biometrics Research answered questions for prospective students as part of Fall Preview Days. The center continues to participate in engagement and outreach activities, as part of its engagement initiatives.

Last week, we gave a presentation to CERIAS students on biometric testing. We focused on the HBSI model. For more information about the talk see the presentation slide deck.

This week the latest Impact Story statistics are out. The centers published work received 583 impressions on Twitter, 517 saves which included 503 readers on Mendeley and 14 on Cite-U-Like from 110 articles, 105611 views on Slideshare of which 1083 were downloads, and 32 views on Figshare. We will also be releasing the Introduction to…

Till now the use of voice recognition has been restricted only to a single channel, be it over the phone, or a local system or a mobile application. This project aims at using voice as a mode of authentication across different channels. It will be done in collaboration with Authentify, and we will test the…

Face recognition advocates and researchers alike have discovered that facial expressions as well as glasses can cause a change in facial recognition performance and image quality. These particular issues, including the presence of glasses and smiles do not necessarily cause facial recognition to fail, but do cause problems identifying the individual behind said features. This…

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