19th International Conference of the Biometrics Special Interest Group (BIOSIG 2020)

Date: 16.-18.09.2020
Duration: 10:00-17:00 (CEST)
Location: Fully Virtual Conference conference page

Program

Wednesday, September 16
19:30
Claudia Prediger
CAST e.V.
Claudia Prediger
EAB Award ceremony and BIOSIG online welcome reception - Keynote talk by Jim Wayman: 1997 and trading biometrics for beer

Thursday, September 17


BIOSIG - MAIN CONFERENCE -

10:00
Christoph Busch
Hochschule Darmstadt
Christoph Busch
BIOSIG Conference Opening
10:10
Naser Damer
Fraunhofer IGD
The Effect of Wearing a Mask on Face Recognition Performance: an Exploratory Study
10:40
Fernando Alonso-Fernandez
Halmstad University
Soft-Biometrics Estimation In the Era of Facial Masks
11:10 Break
11:45
Manuel Günther
Universität Zürich
Watchlist Adaptation: Protecting the Innocent
12:15
Lazaro Janier Gonzalez-Soler
Hochschule Darmstadt
Fisher Vector Encoding of Dense-BSIF Features for Unknown Face Presentation Attack Detection
12:45 Break
13:55
Jannis Priesnitz
Hochschule Darmstadt
Touchless Fingerprint Sample Quality and Biometric Performance Prediction: Prerequisites for the Applicability of NFIQ2.0
14:25
Johannes Schuiki
University of Salzburg
Improved Liveness Detection in Dorsal Hand Vein Videos using Photoplethysmography
14:55 Break
15:30
John Boyd
DHS-OBIM, U.S.
KEYNOTE
Identity: Asset or Liability?
16:10
Iurii Medvedev
University of Coimbra
Biometric System for Mobile Validation of ID And Travel Documents
16:40
Christian Rathgeb
secunet
Simulation of Print-Scan Transformations for Face Images based on Conditional Adversarial Networks
17:10
Poster Session

1

Jascha Kolberg

Hochschule Darmstadt

Efficiency Analysis of Post-quantum-secure Face Template Protection Schemes based on Homomorphic Encryption

2

Joao Afonso Pinto Pereira

INESC TEC

A robust fingerprint presentation attack detection method against unseen attacks through adversarial learning

3

Ali Khodabakhsh

NTNU

A Generalizable Deepfake Detector based on Neural Conditional Distribution Modelling

4

Hoang Nguyen

University of Missouri

Eyebrow Recognition for Identifying Deepfake Videos

5

Javier Yeste Magdaleno

Fraunhofer IGD

Face Presentation Attack Detection in Ultraviolet Spectrum via Local and Global Features

6

Philipp Terhörst

Fraunhofer IGD

Privacy Evaluation Protocols for the Evaluation of Soft-Biometric Privacy-Enhancing Technologies

7

Michael Linortner

University of Salzburg

Minutiae-based Finger Vein Recognition Evaluated with Fingerprint Comparison Softwar

8

Mahshid Sadeghpour

RMIT University

Application of affine-based reconstruction to retinal point patterns

9

Malak Alamri

University of Southampton

Facial Profile Recognition Using Comparative Facial Soft Biometrics

10

Tommy Bergmann

Hochschule Mittweida

Development and empirical optimization of an electrochemical analysis cell for the visualization of latent fingerprints and their chemical adhesives

11

Praveen Kumar Chandaliya

Malaviya National Institute of Technology

ChildFace: Gender Aware Child Face Aging

12

Mathias Hedberg

NTNU

Effects of sample stretching in face recognition

13

Olaf Henniger

Fraunhofer IGD

On the assessment of face image quality based on handcrafted features

14

Juan Tapia

Universidad de Santiago

Toward to Reduction of Bias for Gender and Ethnicity from Face Images using Automated Skin Tone Classification

15

Fadi Boutros

Fraunhofer IGD

Towards Enhancing the Accuracy and Efficiency of Cross-Smartphone Periocular Verification Using Knowledge Distillation

16

Daniel Fischer

Hochschule Darmstadt

Can Generative Colourisation Help Face Recognition?

19:10 Social Event - Mark Nixon, Antitza Dantcheva and Kiran Raja: Biometric Quiz
Friday, September 18
09:00
Shiguang Shan
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
KEYNOTE
Towards Domain-invariant Face Presentation Attack Detection
09:40
Ali Khodabakhsh
NTNU
Unit-Selection Based Facial Video Manipulation Detection
10:10
Sandip Purnapatra
Clarkson University
Longitudinal study of voice recognition in children
10:40 Break
11:15
Hoang Nguyen
University of Missouri
Eyebrow Deserves Attention: Upper Periocular Biometrics
11:45
Ehsaneddin Jalilian
University of Salzburg
End-to-end Off-angle Iris Recognition Using CNN Based Iris Segmentation
12:15
Sashi Saripalle
PayPal
Iris Recognition in Postmortem Enucleated Eyes
12:45 Break
13:55
João Ribeiro Pinto
INESC TEC
Explaining ECG Biometrics: Is It All In The QRS?
14:25
Ali Khodabakhsh
NTNU
Action-Independent Generalized Behavioral Identity Descriptors for Look-alike Recognition in Videos
14:55
Deepak Yeleshetty
University of Twente
3D Face Recognition for Cows
15:25 Break
15:45
Jim Wayman
U.S. National Biometric Test Centre
Update on the IET Biometrics Journal
16:00
Reza Derakhshani
ZOLOZ, U.S.
KEYNOTE
Mobile Biometrics: Translating Research into Practice
16:40
Christoph Busch
Hochschule Darmstadt
Christoph Busch
Awards/ Closing Remarks

Information and Contact

If you have any questions please contact:

Moderator

Christoph Busch
Hochschule Darmstadt
Email:

Administration

Claudia Prediger
CAST e.V.
Tel.: +49 6151 869-230
Email:

CAST Online Workshops

In these times of COVID-19 restrictions in particular, questions of cyber security remain highly topical. CAST would like to make its contribution and will be organising the CAST workshops online as virtual events from July 2020. This will ensure a continuous exchange of knowledge on current cyber security issues.

The CAST workshops in digital format will be implemented with the open source web conference system BigBlueButton, which is operated with a CAST-owned server located in Darmstadt to ensure data protection.

As soon as the COVID-19 restrictions allow it, CAST will return to the usual workshop format and is already looking forward to welcoming you again personally in Darmstadt.

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