European Biometrics Symposium 2015 to address mobile biometrics
European Association for Biometrics announced that registration is now open for the upcoming European Biometrics Symposium 2015, which will focus on mobile biometrics and how the field drives research and development in Europe.
This year’s European Biometrics Symposium will place at the National Physical Laboratory in London on February 25 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m..
More specifically, the program will address the many factors that impact developments in mobile applications and cloud based authentication solutions in Europe, including user acceptance, state of the art research, privacy and data protection.
By analyzing and understanding these factors, the industry at large will be able to better identify the opportunities that currently characterize this market.
Great speakers for the event include Adam Czajka, NASK & Warsaw University of Technology; Farzin Deravi, University of Kent; John Forrester, Ancitel; Marek Rejman-Greene, UK Home Office; Joseph Kittler, University of Surrey; Els Kindt, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven; Tony Mansfield, National Physical Laboratory; and Sébastien Marcel, Idiap Research Institute.
Marcel will provide the inauguration speech on the recently established EAB Collaborative Identification Research Consortium, a new pan European research collaboration platform based on the successful model from the US.
The registration fee is 280 € (225 £) for non-EAB members and 80 € (65 £) for EAB members, which also includes a full lunch.