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Ongoing projects

COGNIMETRICS
Title: Cognitive Biometric Authentication: Human Interaction for Identification
Type: Spanish National R&D Program (MINECO)
Code: TEC2015-70627-R
Funding entity: ca. 280 Keuros
Participants: Univ. Autonoma de Madrid
Period: January 2016 - December 2018
Principal investigator(s): Julian Fierrez and Javier Ortega-Garcia

Objectives:
  • Proposal and development of novel cognitive authentication schemes based on behavioral biometrics from heterogeneous data sets originating from human-machine interaction.
  • Improving the state of the art in continuous authentication systems making use of biometrics.
  • Proposal and development of novel user-dependent information fusion schemes, adaptive over time, and making use of context information.

Selected publications:
  • J. Fierrez, A. Pozo, M. Martinez-Diaz, J. Galbally and A. Morales, "Benchmarking Touchscreen Biometrics for Mobile Authentication", IEEE Trans. on Information Forensics and Security, Vol. 13, n. 11, pp. 2720-2733, November 2018.[PDF] [DOI]
  • J. Hernandez-Ortega, A. Morales, J. Fierrez and A. Acien, "Detecting Age Groups Using Touch Interaction Based on Neuromotor Characteristics", IET Electronics Letters, pp. 1-2, September 2017. [PDF] [DOI]
  • A. Morales, J. Fierrez, R. Tolosana, J. Ortega-Garcia, J. Galbally, M. Gomez-Barrero, A. Anjos and S. Marcel, "Keystroke Biometrics Ongoing Competition", IEEE Access, Vol. 4, pp. 7736-7746, November 2016. [PDF] [DOI]

Finished projects

SPATEK
Title: Spanish Network for TeraHertz Technologies
Type: Spanish National R&D Program, Consolider Network
Code: TEC2015-68766-REDC
Funding entity: ca. 52 Keuros (Full project)
Participants: 14 Spanish universities, including Univ. Autonoma de Madrid
Period: December 2015 - November 2017
Principal investigator(s): Jordi Romeu (Julian Fierrez for UAM)

Objectives:
  • To extend the research activities conducted during TERASANSE.

Selected publications:
  • E. Gonzalez-Sosa, R. Vera-Rodriguez, J. Fierrez and V. M. Patel, "Exploring Body Shape from mmW Images for Person Recognition", IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, Vol. 12, n. 9, pp. 2078-2089, September 2017. [PDF] [DOI]

Web: http://www.terasense.org/
BIO-SHIELD
Title: Evaluation of Performance and Countermeasures against Attacks and Threats on Biometrics Systems
Type: Spanish National R&D Program
Code: TEC2012-34881
Funding entity: ca. 192 Keuros
Participants: Univ. Autonoma de Madrid
Period: January 2013 - December 2015
Principal investigator(s): Javier Ortega-Garcia

Selected publications:
  • J. Galbally, S. Marcel and J. Fierrez, "Biometric Anti-spoofing Methods: A Survey in Face Recognition", IEEE Access, Vol. 2, pp. 1530-1552, December 2014. [PDF] [DOI]
  • J. Galbally, S. Marcel and J. Fierrez, "Image Quality Assessment for Fake Biometric Detection: Application to Iris, Fingerprint and Face Recognition", IEEE Trans. on Image Processing, Vol. 23, n. 2, pp. 710-724, February 2014. [PDF] [DOI]
  • M. Gomez-Barrero, J. Galbally and J. Fierrez, "Efficient Software Attack to Multimodal Biometric Systems and its Application to Face and Iris Fusion", Pattern Recognition Letters, Vol. 36, pp. 243-253, January 2014. [PDF] [DOI]
  • BEAT
    Title: Biometrics Evaluation and Testing
    Type: FP7-SECURITY, CP-FP: Small or Medium-scale Focused Research Project
    Code: SEC-2011.5.1-1-284989
    Funding entity: ca. 3.5 Meuros (ca. 530 Keuros for UAM)
    Participants: 10 EU Institutions, including Univ. Autonoma de Madrid
    Period: March 2012 - February 2016
    Principal investigator(s): Sebastien Marcel (Julian Fierrez for UAM)

    Objectives:
    • Identity management using Biometrics is deployed in a growing number of applications ranging from identification platforms (e.g. biometric passports) to access control systems for border checks or banking transactions. Unfortunately, the reliability of these technologies remains difficult to compare. There are no european-wide standards for evaluating their accuracy, their robustness to attacks or their privacy preservation strength.
    • BEAT will fill this gap by building an online and open platform to transparently evaluate biometric systems, designing protocols and tools for vulnerability analysis and developing standardization documents for Common Criteria evaluations. The planned impact is three-fold: the reliability of biometric systems becomes standardized and comparable, potentially leading to a meaningful increase in their performance; technology transfer from research to companies becomes easier with the use of an interoperable framework; authorities and decision-makers become more informed about the progress made in biometrics as results impact standards.

    Selected publications:
    • M. Gomez-Barrero, J. Galbally, A. Morales and J. Fierrez, "Privacy-Preserving Comparison of Variable-Length Data with Application to Biometric Template Protection", IEEE Access, Vol. 5, pp. 8606-8619, June 2017. [PDF] [DOI]
    • A. Morales, J. Fierrez, R. Tolosana, J. Ortega-Garcia, J. Galbally, M. Gomez-Barrero, A. Anjos and S. Marcel, "Keystroke Biometrics Ongoing Competition", IEEE Access, Vol. 4, pp. 7736-7746, November 2016. [PDF] [DOI]
    • M. Gomez-Barrero, C. Rathgeb, J. Galbally, C. Busch and J. Fierrez, "Unlinkable and Irreversible Biometric Template Protection Based on Bloom Filters", Information Sciences, Vol. 370-371, pp. 18-32, November 2016. [PDF] [DOI]
    • M. Gomez-Barrero, J. Galbally and J. Fierrez, "Efficient Software Attack to Multimodal Biometric Systems and its Application to Face and Iris Fusion", Pattern Recognition Letters, Vol. 36, pp. 243-253, January 2014. [PDF] [DOI]

    Web: http://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/102363_en.html
    TABULA RASA
    Title: Trusted Biometrics under Spoofing Attacks
    Type: FP7-ICT, CP: Collaborative Project
    Code: FP7-ICT-257289
    Funding entity: ca. 4 Meuros (ca. 369 Keuros for UAM)
    Participants: 12 EU Institutions, including Univ. Autonoma de Madrid
    Period: November 2010 - March 2014
    Principal investigator(s): Sebastien Marcel (Julian Fierrez for UAM)

    Objectives:
    • To study direct (spoofing) attacks to trusted biometric systems. This is an issue that needs to be addressed urgently because it has recently been shown that conventional biometric techniques, such as fingerprints and face, are vulnerable to direct (spoof) attacks. Direct attacks are performed by falsifying the biometric trait and then presenting this falsified information to the biometric system. One example is to fool a fingerprint system by copying the fingerprint of another person and creating an artificial or gummy finger which can then be presented to the biometric system to falsely gain access.
    • To develop a set of best practices and standards to examine this problem.
    • To propose countermeasures such as combining biometric information from multiple sources.
    • To examine novel biometrics that may be inherently robust to direct attacks.

    Selected publications:
    • S. Marcel, M. Nixon, J. Fierrez and N. Evans, Handbook of Biometric Anti-Spoofing, 2018 (to appear).
    • J. Galbally, S. Marcel and J. Fierrez, "Biometric Anti-spoofing Methods: A Survey in Face Recognition", IEEE Access, Vol. 2, pp. 1530-1552, December 2014. [PDF] [DOI]
    • J. Galbally, S. Marcel and J. Fierrez, "Image Quality Assessment for Fake Biometric Detection: Application to Iris, Fingerprint and Face Recognition", IEEE Trans. on Image Processing, Vol. 23, n. 2, pp. 710-724, February 2014. [PDF] [DOI]

    Web: http://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/95739_en.html
    BBfor2
    Title: Bayesian Biometrics for Forensics
    Type: FP7-PEOPLE, ITN: Marie Curie Initial Training Network
    Code: ITN-2008-238803
    Funding entity: ca. 3.2 Meuros (ca. 415 Keuros for UAM)
    Participants: Univ. Autonoma de Madrid, Stichting Katholieke Unversiteit Nijmegen, Politecnico di Torino, Universiteit Twente, IDIAP, University of York, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Hogskolan i Halmstad, NFI
    Period: January 2010 - December 2013
    Principal investigator(s): David van Leeuwen (Julian Fierrez for UAM)

    Objectives:
    • To provide a training infrastructure that will educate Early Stage Researchers in the core biometric technologies of speaker, face and fingerprint recognition, as well as the forensic aspects of these technologies.
    • According to modern interpretation of evidence in court, biometric evidence must be presented as likelihood ratios. The calibration of likelihood ratios of individual behavioural and physical biometrics and of combinations of biometric modalities, including measures of the quality of the traces, is a unifying topic in all research projects in this Network.
    • The training of ESRs will be realized as individual PhD projects at various research labs, including a forensic institute. Apart from training at their host institute and secondments with other network partners, the ESRs will receive training in dedicated Summer Schools on Biometric Signal Processing, Bayesian Techniques in Forensic Applications and Legal Issues in Forensic Applications.
    • The Network combines 8 European Universities and a leading Forensic Institute; it is augmented by a biometric industrial and a research institute, where secondments of the ESRs will take place.

    Selected publications:
    • D. Ramos, R. P. Krish, J. Fierrez and D. Meuwly, "From Biometric Scores to Forensic Likelihood Ratios", Massimo Tistarelli and Christophe Champod (Eds.), Handbook of Biometrics for Forensic Science, Springer, pp. 305-327, 2017. [PDF] [DOI]
    • R. P. Krish, J. Fierrez, D. Ramos, J. Ortega-Garcia and J. Bigun, "Pre-Registration of Latent Fingerprints based on Orientation Field", IET Biometrics, Vol. 4, pp. 42-52, June 2015. [PDF] [DOI]
    • R. Wang, D. Ramos, R. Veldhuis, J. Fierrez, L. Spreeuwers and H. Xu, "Regional Fusion for High-Resolution Palmprint Recognition Using Spectral Minutiae Representation", IET Biometrics, Vol. 3, pp. 94-100, June 2014. [PDF] [DOI]

    Web: http://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/93020_en.html
    CONTEXTS
    Title: Concepts and Technologies for the Development of Services
    Type: Madrid Regional R&D Program
    Code: S2009/TIC-1485
    Funding entity: 200 Keuros for UAM
    Participants: Univ. Politecnica de Madrid, Univ. Carlos III de Madrid, Univ. de Alcala, Univ. Autonoma de Madrid
    Period: January 2010 - December 2013
    Principal investigator(s): Jose R. Casar (Javier Ortega-Garcia for UAM)

    Selected publications:
    • M. Martinez-Diaz, J. Fierrez and J. Galbally, "The DooDB Graphical Password Database: Data Analysis and Benchmark Results", IEEE Access, Vol. 1, pp. 596-605, September 2013. [PDF] [DOI]
    • R. Vera-Rodriguez, J. S. Mason, J. Fierrez and J. Ortega-Garcia, "Comparative Analysis and Fusion of Spatio-Temporal Information for Footstep Recognition", IEEE Trans. on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, Vol. 35, pp. 823-834, April 2013. [PDF] [DOI]
    • F. Alonso-Fernandez, J. Fierrez and J. Ortega-Garcia, "Quality Measures in Biometric Systems", IEEE Security & Privacy, Vol. 10, n. 9, pp. 52-62, December 2012. [PDF] [DOI]
    BIO-CHALLENGE
    Title: Critical Aspects of Last-Generation Biometric Recognition: Quality, Vulnerability, Privacy and Biometrics on the Move
    Type: Spanish National R&D Program
    Code: TEC2009-11186
    Funding entity: 192 Keuros
    Participants: Univ. Autonoma de Madrid
    Period: January 2010 - December 2012
    Principal investigator(s): Javier Ortega-Garcia

    Selected publications:
  • P. Tome, J. Fierrez, R. Vera-Rodriguez and M. Nixon, "Soft Biometrics and their Application in Person Recognition at a Distance", IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, Vol. 9, n. 3, pp. 464-475, March 2014. [PDF] [DOI]
  • F. Alonso-Fernandez, J. Fierrez and J. Ortega-Garcia, "Quality Measures in Biometric Systems", IEEE Security & Privacy, Vol. 10, n. 9, pp. 52-62, December 2012. [PDF] [DOI]
  • M. Martinez-Diaz, J. Fierrez, J. Galbally and J. Ortega-Garcia, "An Evaluation of Indirect Attacks and Countermeasures in Fingerprint Verification Systems", Pattern Recognition Letters, Vol. 32, pp. 1643-1651, September 2011. [PDF] [DOI]
  • TERASENSE
    Title: TeraHertz Technology for Electromagnetic Sensing Applications
    Type: Spanish National R&D Program, Consolider-Ingenio 2010
    Code: CSD2008-00068
    Funding entity: 3.5 Meuros (ca. 146 Keuros for UAM)
    Participants: 16 Spanish universities, including Univ. Autonoma de Madrid
    Period: October 2008 - September 2013
    Principal investigator(s): Lluis Jofre (Javier Ortega-Garcia for UAM)

    Objectives:
    • To advance the knowledge on the interaction between the matter and electromagnetic waves in the Terahertz band.
    • To define new system architectures and devices able to solve the existing technological gaps in the different spectral bands of the Terahertz region.
    • To define and build a terahertz networked laboratory infrastructure at national level able to support the development of the different devices and subsystems.
    • To structure and coordinate a joint public-private research effort at national level to improve the joint presence and projection at international levels, particularly at EU level, to optimize the benefits of the advancement on the electromagnetic sensing field.

    Selected publications:
    • E. Gonzalez-Sosa, R. Vera-Rodriguez, J. Fierrez, M. Moreno-Moreno and J. Ortega-Garcia, "Feature Exploration for Biometric Recognition using Millimetre Wave Body Images", EURASIP Journal on Image and Video Processing, Vol. 30, December 2015. [PDF] [DOI]
    • M. Barba, A. Garcia-Pino, E. Gonzalez-Sosa, J. Gutierrez, J. Montero-de-Paz, J. Parron, J. Romeu, P. d. Paco, J. Encinar, L. E. Garcia-Muñoz, B. Gonzalez-Valdes, E. Nova, R. Vera-Rodriguez, K. Zeljami, A. Badolato, J. Besada, T. Fernandez, J. Fierrez, et al., "TERASENSE: THz Device Technology Laboratory. Final Summary", in XXIX Simposium Nacional de la Unión Científica Internacional de Radio, URSI, Valencia, Spain, September 2014. [PDF]
    • M. Moreno-Moreno, J. Fierrez and J. Ortega-Garcia, "Biometrics Beyond the Visible Spectrum: Imaging Technologies and Applications", in Proceedings of BioID-Multicomm 2009, Springer LNCS-5707, pp. 154-161, September 2009. [PDF]

    Web: http://www.terasense.org/
    BIO-RESIDENCE
    Title: Biometrics Revisited for Security, Confidence and Dependability
    Type: Marie Curie Outgoing International Fellowship (6th Framework Programme)
    Code: MOIF-CT-2006-040903
    Funding entity: European Comission
    Participants: Univ. Autonoma de Madrid, Michigan State University
    Period: April 2007 – March 2010
    Principal investigator(s): Javier Ortega-Garcia

    Objectives:
    • To track the state-of-the-art on established biometrics traits.
    • To advance the state-of-the-art on: i) user-friendly and well-accepted traits; and ii) multi-biometrics and biometric quality.
    • Track and further develop application-oriented issues of importance for security, dependability and confidence using biometrics: i) technology and operational benchmarking; ii) usability, acceptability, and interaction with biometric interfaces; iii) standardization, certification, and legislation; iv) biometric cryptosystems; v) countermeasures to attacks on biometrics; vi) system issues such as database indexation, interoperability and secure networking; and vii) case studies including two system prototypes (smartcard-based biometric ID and remote authentication using a handheld device).

    Selected publications:
    • J. Fierrez and J. Ortega-Garcia, "On-line signature verification", A. K. Jain, A. Ross and P.Flynn (Eds.), Handbook of Biometrics, 2007 (to appear).
    MADRINET
    Title: Multidisciplinary Advanced Research in User-Centric Wireless Network Enabling Technologies
    Type: Madrid Regional R&D Program
    Code: S-0505/TIC/000255
    Funding entity: ca. 156 Keuros for UAM
    Participants: 10 Spanish universities, including Univ. Autonoma de Madrid
    Period: January 2007 - December 2010
    Principal investigator(s): Jose R. Casar (Javier Ortega-Garcia for UAM)

    Objectives:
    • This programme aims at advancing the key elements in frontier communications and location technologies, data processing and multisensory fusion and the paradigms for intelligent/adaptative management, that will make feasible the development of advanced applications for ambient intelligence.

    Selected publications:
    • J. Galbally, J. Fierrez, J. Ortega-Garcia, et al., "BiosecurID: a Multimodal Biometric Database", in Proc. MADRINET Workshop, pp. 68-76, Salamanca, Spain, November 2007. [PDF]
    • M. Martinez-Diaz, J. Fierrez, J. Galbally, F. Alonso-Fernandez and J. Ortega-Garcia, "Signature Verification on Handheld Devices", in Proc. MADRINET Workshop, pp. 87-95, Salamanca, Spain, November 2007. [PDF]

    Web: http://www.ceditec.etsit.upm.es/madrinet/index_en.html
    COST 2101
    Title: Biometrics for Identity Documents and Smart Cards
    Type: COST Action, Intergovermental Framework for European Cooperation in the Field of Technical and Scientific Research
    Code: COST 2101
    Funding entity: ca. 400 Keuros (Full project)
    Participants: 20 EU Countries
    Period: July 2006 - December 2010
    Principal investigator(s): Andrzej Drygajlo (Spanish representative: Javier Ortega-Garcia)

    Objectives:
    • To investigate novel technologies for unsupervised multimodal biometric authentication systems using a new generation of biometrics-enabled identity documents and smart cards, while exploring the added-value of these technologies for large-scale applications with respect to European requirements in relation to the storage, transmission, and protection of personal data.

    Selected publications:
    • M. Gomez-Barrero, J. Galbally, J. Fierrez and J. Ortega-Garcia, "Hill-Climbing Attack Based on the Uphill Simplex Algorithm and its Application to Signature Verification", in Proc. COST 2101 Workshop on Biometrics and Identity Management, Springer LNCS-6583, pp. 83-94, Brandenburg, Germany, March 2011. [PDF] [DOI]
    • J. Fierrez, J. Ortega-Garcia, A. Esposito, A. Drygajlo and M. Faundez-Zanuy, Biometric ID Management and Multimodal Communication, September 2009. [DOI]
    • V. Ruiz-Albacete, P. Tome-Gonzalez, F. Alonso-Fernandez, J. Galbally, J. Fierrez and J. Ortega-Garcia, "Direct Attacks using Fake Images in Iris Verification", in Proc. COST 2101 Workshop on Biometrics and Identity Management, Springer LNCS-5372, pp. 181-190, Roskilde, Denmark, May 2008. [PDF] [DOI]

    Web: http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/ict/2101
    BIO-PASS
    Title: On the Use of Transparent Modalities in Multibiometric Recognition Systems for Low Vulnerability and High User-Convenience in Realistic Application-Oriented Environments
    Type: Research project (National R&D Program)
    Code: TEC2006-13141-C03-03
    Funding entity: Spanish Ministry of Education and Science
    Participants: Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Univ. Autonoma de Madrid and Esc. Univ. Politec. Mataro
    Period: December 2006 – December 2009
    Principal investigator(s): Miguel Angel Ferrer Ballester, Javier Ortega-Garcia (for UAM)

    Description:
    The use of biometric recognition systems has yielded significant progress in the last years. However, considerable advances on both system precision and cost reduction of sensors, has not produced an increase in user confidence, mainly due to lack of reliability in real operational environments, and also due to privacy and vulnerability concerns. In order to alleviate the problems generated by the adoption of biometric systems, which are in any case highly valuable for industrials, this project proposes an innovative development of a biometric scheme operating in realistic environments.

    Selected publications:
    • J. Galbally, J. Fierrez, M. R. Freire and a. J. Ortega-Garcia, "Feature selection based on genetic algorithms for on-line signature verification", in Proc. IEEE Workshop on Automatic Identification Advanced Technologies, AutoID, Alghero, Italy, June 2007.
    BIOSECURE
    Title: Biometrics for Secure Authentication
    Type: European Network of Excellence (6th Framework Programme)
    Code: IST-2002-507634
    Funding entity: ca. 3 Meuros (ca. 140 Keuros for UPM)
    Participants: 29 European institutions, including Univ. Politecnica de Madrid
    Period: June 2004 – September 2007
    Principal investigator(s): Bernadette Dorizzi, Javier Ortega-Garcia (for UPM)

    Objectives:
    • S. Garcia-Salicetti, J. Fierrez-Aguilar, F. Alonso-Fernandez, C. Vielhauer, R. Guest, L. Allano, T. D. Trung, T. Scheidat, B. L. Van, J. Dittmann, B. Dorizzi, J. Ortega-Garcia, J. Gonzalez-Rodriguez, M. B. d. Castiglione and M. Fairhurst, "Biosecure reference systems for on-line signature verification: A study of complementarity", Annals of Telecommunications, Special Issue on Multimodal Biometrics, Vol. 62, n. 1-2, January-February 2007.

    Web: http://www.biosecure.info/
    BIOSECUR-ID
    Title: Seguridad Multimodal basada en Autenticación Biométrica mediante Fusión de Expertos Unimodales
    Type: Research project (National R&D Program)
    Code: TIC2003-08382-C05
    Funding entity: Spanish Ministry of Education and Science
    Participants: Univ. Politecnica de Madrid, Esc. Univ. Politecnica de Mataro, Univ.de Valladolid, Univ. Autonoma de Madrid, Univ. de Zaragoza
    Period: December 2003 - December 2006
    Principal investigator(s): Javier Ortega-Garcia

    Selected publications:
    • D. Ramos-Castro, J. Fierrez-Aguilar, J. Gonzalez-Rodriguez and J. Ortega-Garcia, "Speaker verification using speaker- and test-dependent fast score normalization", Patter Recognition Letters, Vol. 28, n. 1, January 2007.
    • D. Garcia-Romero, J. Fierrez-Aguilar, J. Gonzalez-Rodriguez and J. Ortega-Garcia, "Using quality measures for multilevel speaker recognition", Computer Speech and Language, Special Issue on Odyssey-04: The Speaker and Language Recognition Workshop, Vol. 20, n. 2-3, pp. 192-209, April-July 2006.
    • J. Fierrez-Aguilar, J. Ortega-Garcia, J. Gonzalez-Rodriguez and J. Bigun, "Discriminative multimodal biometric authentication based on quality measures", Pattern Recognition, Vol. 38, n. 5, pp. 777-779, May 2005.

    Web: http://biosecur.infor.uva.es/
    BIOSEC-IP
    Title: Biometrics and Security
    Type: European Integrated Project (6th Framework Program)
    Code: IST-2002-001766
    Funding entity: European Comission
    Participants: 29 European institutions, including Univ. Politecnica de Madrid
    Period: December 2003 - November 2005
    Principal investigator(s): Orestes Sanchez-Benavente, Javier Ortega-Garcia (for UPM)

    Selected publications:
    • J. Fierrez, J. Ortega-Garcia, D. Torre-Toledano and J. Gonzalez-Rodriguez, "BioSec baseline corpus: A multimodal biometric database", Pattern Recognition, Vol. 40, n. 4, pp. 1389-1392, April 2007.
    • M. Faundez-Zanuy, J. Fierrez-Aguilar, J. Ortega-Garcia and J. Gonzalez-Rodriguez, "Multimodal biometric databases: An overview", IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, Vol. 21, n. 8, pp. 29-37, August 2006.
    MCYT-BIMODAL
    Title: Aplicaciones de la Identificación de Personas mediante Multimodalidad Biométrica en Entornos de Seguridad y Acceso Natural a Servicios de Información
    Type: Research project (National R&D Program)
    Code: TIC2000-1669-C04
    Funding entity: Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology
    Participants: Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Escuela Universitaria Politécnica de Mataró, Universidad del País Vasco and Universidad de Valladolid
    Period: December 2002 - December 2003
    Principal investigator(s): Javier Ortega-Garcia

    Selected publications:
    • J. Ortega-Garcia, J. Fierrez-Aguilar, D. Simon, J. Gonzalez, M. Faundez, V. Espinosa, A. Satue, I. Hernaez, J. J. Igarza, C. Vivaracho, D. Escudero and Q. I. Moro, "MCYT baseline corpus: A bimodal biometric database", IEE Proceedings Vision, Image and Signal Processing, Special Issue on Biometrics on the Internet, Vol. 150, n. 6, pp. 395-401, December 2003.
    COST-275
    Title: Biometrics-Based Recognition of People over the Internet
    Type: COST Action, Intergovermental Framework for European Cooperation in the Field of Technical and Scientific Research
    Funding entity: European Comission
    Participants: 14 Countries involved
    Period: May 2001 - June 2005
    Principal investigator(s): Aladdin Ariyaeeinia (Javier Ortega-Garcia and Carmen Garcia-Mateo for SPAIN)

    Selected publications:
    • F. Alonso-Fernandez, J. Fierrez-Aguilar, and J. Ortega-Garcia, "A review of schemes for fingerprint image quality computation", in Proc. 3rd COST-275 Workshop on Biometrics on the Internet, COST275, pp. 3-6, Official Publisher of the European Communities, Hatfield, UK, October 2005.
    • J. Richiardi, J. Fierrez-Aguilar, J. Ortega-Garcia and A. Drygajlo, "On-line signature verification resilience to packet loss in IP networks", in Proc. 2nd COST-275 Workshop on Biometrics on the Internet, COST275, pp. 11-16, Vigo, Spain, March 2004.

    Web: http://www.fub.it/cost275/COST275_CD/cost275_web/pages/_home_main/index-1.htm