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MIT 2010

 Marina L. Gavrilova Name: Marina L. Gavrilova


Invited paper (PDF): Dealing with Data Complexity: on Neural Networks and Fusion in Biometric Research (abstract)

Marina L. Gavrilova is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science, University of Calgary. Dr. Gavrilova research interests lie in the area of computational geometry, image processing, optimization, spatial and biometric modeling. Prof. Gavrilova is founder and co-director of two innovative research laboratories: the Biometric Technologies Laboratory: Modeling and Simulation and the SPARCS Laboratory for Spatial Analysis in Computational Sciences. Prof. Gavrilova publication list includes over 90 journal and conference papers, edited special issues, books and book chapters. Prof. Gavrilova acted as a Co-Chair of the International Workshop on Biometric Technologies BT 2004, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 2004, an Overall Chair of the Third International Conference on Voronoi Diagrams in Science and Engineering and as Organizational Chair of WADS 09. Prof. Gavrilova is an Editor-in-Chief of the LNCS Transactions on Computational Science Journal, Springer-Verlag and serves on the Editorial Board for the International Journal of Computational Sciences and Engineering, CAD/CAM Journal and Journal of Biometrics.
 
Nobuyuki Nishiuchi
Name:
Nobuyuki Nishiuchi

Invited paper (PDF): COMBINING DYNAMIC DATA WITH PHYSICAL BIOMETRIC VERIFICATION TO AVOID SPOOFING (Abstract)

Nobuyuki Nishiuchi is Associate Professor in the Department of Management Systems Engineering, Graduate School of System Design at Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan. He received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering in 2004 from the Graduate School of Engineering of Yokohama National University. He was a research associate at the Faculty of engineering at Kanagawa University from April 1997 until March 2005. His interests include biometrics, human interface, image processing, and application of image processing.
 
Michal Wozniak
Name:
Michal Wozniak

Invited paper (PDF): Combining classifiers – concept and applications (Abstract)

Michal Wozniak is Professor of Computer Science in the Department of Systems and Computer Networks, Faculty of Electronics, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland. He received an M.S. degree in Biomedical Engineering in 1992 from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Ph.D. and D.Sc. (habilitation) degrees in Computer Science in 1996 and 2007 respectively from the same university. His research focuses on multiple classifier systems, machine learning, data and web mining, Bayes compound theory, distributed algorithms, computer and networks security and teleinformatics. Prof. Wozniak has published over 140 papers, 2 books and edited 3 books. He is member of editorial board and guest editor of several prestigious international journals. He serves on program committees of numerous international conferences. His works have been transitioned into commercial applications. Prof. Wozniak has involved in many research projects related to machine learning, computer networks and telemedicine. Moreover, he has been consulting several commercial projects for the well known Polish companies and public administration. Prof. Wozniak is a member of IEEE and IBS.

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