|Swedish Biometrics Forum|
|Contact: Fernando Alonso-Fernandez, Josef Bigun|
Swedish Biometrics Forum
The Swedish Biometrics Forum (SBF) is a new open platform dedicated to regular exchange of information and experience related to the field of Biometrics and Security. We also welcome contributions that extend biometric technologies beyond traditional person authentication, including for example human behaviour.
The target of the group is the interdisciplinary discussion between researchers, technology developers, data privacy experts, governmental agencies, operators, service providers and end-users of Biometric Systems. In the regular meetings new applications, latest research results and products are presented.
The next meeting is scheduled for 29 May 2019 (Wednesday) at the University of Halmstad.
Please find the latest version of the agenda under: https://www.eab.org/events/program/189
Attendance is free of charge but registration is required on: https://www.eab.org/events/registration/189
- Benjamin Tams, Senior Consultant, Division Homeland Security, secunet Security Networks AG
- Kevin Hernandez-Diaz, Halmstad University, Sweden
- Nicole Belvisi, Halmstad University, Sweden
- Pelle Viberg, CEO, Raytelligence
- Dr. Lena Klasén, Research Director of the Swedish National Forensic Centre
- Johan Karlsson, Senior Research Engineer, Autoliv Research
The next meeting was held on 8 June 2018 (Friday) near Copenhagen Airport.
The purpose of the meeting was to discuss research ideas for a proposal to EU Horizon 2020 in the area of identification and security. Eleven participants from different countries participated in the meeting, plus six more participants that could not attend but provided input prior to the meeting.
In the first session, discussions started around the topic of continuous biometrics. Several calls for proposal with deadline on August 2019 were discussed, and existing EU projects in biometrics were also reviewed in order to find synergies, and also to avoid replicating ideas. The participants (divided into two working groups) then had a brainstorming session to identify suitable project ideas. There was also a presentation from a representative of the Swedish Innovation Agency (Vinnova), which is also the EU National Contact Point of Sweden. An executive summary and report of discussions will be circulated among participants of the meeting, with a follow-up meeting proposed to take place after the summer.
The kick-off meeting was held on 26 January 2018 (Friday) at the University of Halmstad.
Please find the latest version of the agenda under: https://www.eab.org/events/program/159
Attendance is free of charge but registration is required on: https://www.eab.org/events/registration/159
- Prof. Cristoph Busch, head of the Norwegian Biometrics Laboratory
- Diane Friberg, IDEMIA
- Dr. Lena Klasén, Director of the Swedish National Forensic Centre
- Prof. Patrick Bours, Department of Information Security and Communication Technology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
- Dr. Mattias Wecksten, School of Information Technology, Halmstad University
- Dr. Olga Torstensson, School of Information Technology, Halmstad University
- Eric Setterberg, Fingerprint Cards AB
The Swedish Biometrics Forum is hosted by Halmstad University, and supported by the European Association for Biometrics (EAB).
Location: Halmstad University, Kristian IV:s väg 3, 30118 Halmstad, Sweden