Michael Brockly’s M.S. thesis presentation for Purdue University, December 2013. This study created a framework to quantify and mitigate the amount of error that test administrators introduced to a biometric system during data collection. Prior research has focused only on the subject and the errors they make when interacting with biometric systems, while…

The International Center for Biometric Research has recently been featured in a video for the College of Technology. See the video below for a look into our daily life. “All of those cool biometrics technologies you see in movies are studied, tested and researched at Purdue University’s College of Technology. Undergraduate students are exposed to…

Stephen J. Elliott, Ph.D., director of the International Center for Biometric Research (ICBR) at Purdue University, will showcase the center and its work during a segment on NBC’s “Today” show Thursday morning, September 26 (at approximately 7:40 a.m. ET). Watch the story from the Today show. Elliott, professor of technology leadership and innovation in the…

Learn more about our research in ergonomics and usability. This month we will discuss our work with Microsoft Kinect and automatic coding tools. Register here

  Next year, we will celebrate the College of Technology’s 50th year of existence. The yearlong celebration will be more than an anniversary observance, however. It will be a chance to remember the foundations of the college, which stretch to the beginning of Purdue’s existence. And it will be a chance for us to look…

Recently, Michael Brockly and Jacob Hasselgren traveled to Sydney, Australia to represent Purdue University and the ICBR at the International Conference on Information Technology and Applications (ICITA 2013). This conference takes place annually from July 1 – 4 and is sponsored by Academic Alliance International and IEEE New South Wales. ICITA brings researchers together from…

The Purdue Biometrics lab undertakes a number of different projects that are sponsored commercially. Commercial projects include work for a number of major biometric companies across a wide range of modalities. Integrating students into the negotiation with the help of these sponsored projects will provide students with real-world experiences. This would be unique and transformative…

Jacob Hasslegren and Mike Brockly will participate in Educating the Next Generation of Standards Professionals. In an effort to foster networking and mentoring amongst ANSI members and the next generation of standards and conformity assessment professionals, ANSI is hosting a breakfast and workshop in Washington, DC on October 12, 2012, as part of the World…

An Introduction to Standards: Why, where and how are they developed? This course will provide a brief overview of standards, defining types as well as key definitions and terms. The course will then describe ANSI’s role in the standardization process. Lastly, the process by which ANSI participates in the international standardization arena will be covered,…

Title: On improving interoperability of fingerprint recognition using resolution compensation based on sensor evaluation Authors: Jihyeon Jang, Stephen Elliott, Hakil Kim Publication date: 2007 Journal name: Advances in Biometrics Pages: 455-463 Publisher: Springer Berlin/Heidelberg Description: The purpose of this paper is the development of a compensation algorithm by which the interoperability of fingerprint recognition can…

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