The Biometric Knowledge Center of
The NSF Center for Identification Technology Research (CITeR)
To access the main Biometric Consortium Conference (BCC 2005) website click here
LIST OF ACCEPTED ABSTRACTS
The program schedule may be accessed here.
Poster Presenters: The Poster Session will be held in Potomac Rooms I and II on the 19th (Monday) at 3:40PM. Each presenter will have access to a 8'(long)x4'(wide) poster space.
All oral and poster presenters must register for the conference at https://rproxy.nist.gov/CRS/conf_ext.cfm?conf_id=1469
Please upload the final ZIP file (described below) to the EDAS website. Do not send these files via email.
The Biometrics Symposium provides a forum for the dissemination and exchange of basic and applied scholarly research leading to applications of biometrics to human identification and verification. The intent of the Symposium is to stimulate and foster research in biometrics and build a bridge between basic research and operational realization of biometrics with respect to:
* Operationally Relevant Technologies (e.g., face, fingerprint, iris, voice, gait, hand/palm, other novel biometrics, multibiometrics, protecting biometric databases, etc.)
* Measures of Effectiveness (e.g., performance analysis/prediction, testing techniques, statistical basis, individuality, etc.)
* Countermeasures and Spoofing (e.g., liveness detection, biometric encryption, template security, cancellable biometrics, etc.)
* Societal and Political Implications (e.g., privacy and civil liberties, societal perceptions, data sensitivity, international perceptions, etc.)
The objective of the Symposium is to bring together researchers working in the convergence of disciplines defining biometric research, and to encourage the growth of the biometric research culture conducive to long-range research supporting the field. The Symposium will feature poster sessions and selected orally presented papers, plenary lectures, and panel discussions including Federal government sponsors. The abstracts will be published on the web.
May 16, 2005: Submission of extended 2-page abstract strictly adhering to format and content guidelines.
July 2, 2005: Notification of acceptance for oral or poster presentation.
Aug. 1, 2005: Submission of final extended 2-page abstract along with personal information. Instructions are posted below.
Larry Hornak, West Virginia University
Anil Jain, Michigan State University.
Wendy Ridenour, CITeR,
Program Committee Chairs:
Patrick Grother, NIST
Arun Ross, West Virginia University
Michael Schuckers, St. Lawrence University
Andy Adler, University of Ottawa
Vijayakumar Bhagavatula, CMU
Bir Bhanu, UC Riverside
John Campbell, Bion Biometrics Inc.
Rama Chellappa, University of Maryland
Bojan Cukic, West Virginia University
Sarat Dass, Michigan State University
Geof Givens, Colorado State University
Venu Govindaraju, SUNY Buffalo
Rick Lazarick, TSA
Davide Maltoni, University of Bologna
Larry Nadel, Mitretek
Lisa Nelson, University of Pittsburgh
Sharath Pankanti, IBM
Jonathon Phillips, NIST
Stephanie Schuckers, Clarkson University
Anuj Srivastava, Florida State University
Stan Li, Chinese Academy of Sciences
David Zhang, Hong Kong Polytechnic Univ.
Extended Abstract Preparation Guide:
LATEX TEMPLATE [STY File][BST File][Sample TEX File][Sample PDF Output]
Examples of extended abstracts from Biometric Symposium 2004 are available here.
Final Abstract Submission Instructions:
Please follow the instructions given below to prepare your final submission package:
Prepare the final version of your extended abstract taking into account reviewer feedback and comments. The final version must conform to the format specified above and should be a .pdf file.
- Poster:- Fill out the biography [Biography.doc] of the primary researcher who will be presenting the poster. The biography must be in the .doc format.
- Oral:- Fill out the biography [Biography.doc] of the speaker who will be presenting the work and the NIST Disclaimer form [NIST_Disclaimer.doc]. Both forms must be in the .doc format.
- ZIP file:
Place the extended abstract (.pdf), presenter's biography (.doc) and a photo of the presenter (good resolution .jpeg - photo is optional, not required) in a zip file titled PaperNumber_PresenterLastName.zip. Oral presenters must include the NIST Disclaimer form (.doc) also in the ZIP file.
Please upload this zip file at the EDAS website before August 1, 2005.
Oral and Poster presenters must register for the conference by accessing https://rproxy.nist.gov/CRS/conf_ext.cfm?conf_id=1469.