Biometrics and Identity Management

First European Workshop on Biometrics and Identity Management, BIOID 2008, Roskilde University, Denmark, 7-9 May 2008

Ben Schouten (Editor), Niels Christian Juul (Editor)

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    Abstract

    A key driving factor for biometrics is the widespread national and international deployment of biometric systems that has been initiated in the past two years and is about to accelerate. While nearly all current biometric deployments are government-led and principally concerned with national security and border control scenarios it is now apparent that the widespread availability of biometrics in everyday life will also spin out an ever increasing number of (private) applications in other domains. Crucial to this vision is the management of the user's identity, which does not only imply the creation and update of a biometric template, but requires the development of instruments to properly handle all the data and operations related to the user identity. These proceedings contain the selected and revised papers that were presented during the first European Workshop on Biometrics and Identity management. BIOID 2008. The papers are categorized in four classes. These classes represent the 4 working groups of the COST Action 2101. For more information, see http://www.cost2101.org/.

     

    Biometric data quality and multimodal biometric templates, Unsupervised interactive interfaces for multimodal biometrics, Biometric attacks and countermeasures, Standards and privacy issues for biometrics in identity documents and smart cards. BIOID 2008 is an initiative of the COST Action 2101 on Biometrics for Identity Documents and Smart Cards. It is supported by the EU Framework 7 Programme. Other sponsors of the Workshop are: The European Biometrics Forum, The Danish Biometrics Research Project Consortium, the UK Biometrics Institute and the Institution of Engineering and Technology. The BIOID workshop was jointly organized and held at the Roskilde University in Denmark from May 7 — May 9, 2008.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationRoskilde
    PublisherRoskilde Universitet
    Number of pages232
    Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2008
    EventEuropean workshop on Biometrics and Identity Management - Roskilde Universitet, Roskilde, Denmark
    Duration: 7 May 20089 May 2008
    http://cost2101.org/BIOID2008/
    SeriesDatalogiske Skrifter
    Number121
    ISSN0109-9779

    Workshop

    WorkshopEuropean workshop on Biometrics and Identity Management
    LocationRoskilde Universitet
    CountryDenmark
    CityRoskilde
    Period07/05/200809/05/2008
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    Roskilde : Roskilde Universitet, 2008. 232 p. (Datalogiske Skrifter; No. 121).

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