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IEEE recognizes Stephanie Schuckers’ biometrics contributions with Fellowship

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has bestowed upon Clarkson University Professor Stephanie Schuckers the IEEE Fellow distinction….

 

Biometric PAD standards in competition against spoof attacks, not each other: Stephanie Schuckers

Presentation attack detection (PAD) technology is increasingly important in biometric systems, and increasingly implemented. The technology seems to remain the…

 

Biometrics Institute names Stephanie Schuckers head of Academic Research and Innovation Group

The Biometrics Institute has introduced Stephanie Schuckers as the new Head of the Institute’s Academic Research and Innovation Group, a…

 

Bias and morphing remain challenges in face biometrics, but measures are improving

A pair of the most pressing risks to the effectiveness of face biometric systems were under the microscope during the…

 

Sound method for measuring biometric bias important, tricky, and in progress

Important work on measuring biometric bias is waiting, once methods for how to measure it are worked out, says Stephanie…

 

iBeta biometrics testing expert explains the path from playdough to vendor credibility

Even within the field of biometrics, where neural networks and modern machine learning techniques have revolutionized established modalities and enabled…

 

Seeing the growth of biometrics in the growth of an ID research center

Hard as it might be to imagine today, scientists at Clarkson University’s Center for Identification Technology Research have over the…

 

Biometrics Institute calls for common definitions, use of industry terminology

Continued uses of biometrics terminology in inaccurate or contradictory ways has prompted the Biometrics Institute to call for a common approach…

 

CITeR releases video series to explain biometrics to general public

The Center for Identification Technology Research (CITeR) at Clarkson University, New York,  has released a new series of educational videos…

 

Behavioral biometrics researchers awarded $250k National Science Foundation grant

Three professors at Clarkson University have been awarded a $250,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to prototype advanced…

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