CFP: Special Session on ``Real world biometrics''

From: Hitoshi Sakano (sakano@rd.nttdata.co.jp)
Date: Mon Feb 18 2002 - 12:29:13 MET

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                        CALL FOR PAPERS
            Special session on Real World Biometrics

    IEE Sixth International Conference on Knowledge-based Intelligent
       Engineering Systems and allied technologies (KES 2002)
                 Podere d Ombiriano, Creme, Italy
                Hosted by the University of Milan
                     16-18 September 2002

                http://www.bton.ac.uk/kes/kes2002

    >From the impact of 911, biometric system is regarded as most important
    security technologies in this century.
    The aim of the session is to develope biometric technologies and
    how to apply real world systems, includiong technologies and
    rules for applications.

    High quality and original papers involving design and analysis of real
    world biometrics are invited for
    a special session on "Real World Biometrics" during the 6th KES 2002.

    Papers on any biometric technology, system design, rule for real world applications
    are invited, including fingerprint, voice, face, iris, signature
    and hand geometry. This special session will
    focus on biometrics systems in real world, for example authentication and
    identification systems that can handle large variations in the input
    signal; handle non-cooperative users; function in difficult environments
    and are resilient to attack. We also encourage contributions which
    investigate the performance analysis of real world biometric systems,
    ; and overall system design; standerdizsation acivity; example of real world
    system (for example, airport security).

    Draft papers deadline: April 15th, 2002
    Notification of acceptance: May 10th, 2002
    Final papers due: May 25th, 2002

    Accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings, to be
    published by the IOS Press. All the papers will be rigorously reviewed. In
    accordance with the conference policy, at least one author must register
    and papers must be presented by one of the authors to be included in the
    proceedings.

    Further details of the KES conference and the location can be found at the
    conference web page.

    http://luna.bton.ac.uk/kes/kes2002

    Papers should be sent to the session chairs in postscript, pdf or Word
    format, with electronic submission by email preferred. The final
    camera-ready copy must meet the conference guidelines.

    Hitoshi Sakano
    Real World Biometrics Systems Session chairs,
    NTT Data Corp.
    Research and Developement Headquarters
    Kayaba-cho tower,
    1-21-2, Shinkawa, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    104-0033, Japan
    sakano@rd.nttdata.co.jp

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    Hitoshi Sakano  sakano@rd.nttdata.co.jp
    

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