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Teaching

Biometrische Systeme

Vorlesung Beginn:  Montag, den 03. April 2017
Zeit: 08.30h bis 10.00h
Ort:  Hochschule Darmstadt, Schöfferstr. 8b; Room D14/111

Vorbesprechung Seminar:  Montag, den 03. April 2017
Zeit: 17.45h bis 18.45h
Ort:  Hochschule Darmstadt, Schöfferstr. 8b; Room D15/004
Klausurtermin: TBD
CP: 6

Zielgruppe: Fachrichtungen Informatik, Elektrotechnik, Masterstudierende

Voraussetzungen zur Teilnahme: Grundkenntnisse in digitaler Bild- und Signalverarbeitung (LV Grafische Datenverarbeitung) sind hilfreich. Die Vorlesung wird in English gehalten. Die Vorlesung ist offen für Studierende der Hochschule Darmstadt und der TU Darmstadt. Weiter zur Modul-Beschreibung.

Fragen zur Vorlesung an: Prof. Dr. Christoph Busch
(Email: christoph.busch@h-da.de)

Lecture and Seminar in Summer Term 2017 (Hochschule Darmstadt - LV 41.4980):
Biometric Systems

Motivation:

Biometric recognition of individuals based on the observation of behavioural and biological characteristics, such as face, iris or fingers. Such methods can be used for verification or identification applications and constitute a comfortable alternative to knowledge based or token based methods.

Content:

The lecture begins with an overview of biometric applications and then covers selected biometric concepts, particularly fingerprint recognition, vein recognition, face recognition and iris recognition. To this end, the relevant physiological characteristics, their variability, and potential problems are discussed before analyzing different approaches for each of the attributes to be investigated. In each case, not only benign applications are covered but also potential bottlenecks such as insufficient sample quality along the entire processing chain. The use of multi-biometrics including data fusion is discussed both in the context of robustness against attacks and improving the overall accuracy of the recognition process. The course continues with a discussion of the ethical and privacy-related issues in biometrics, along with possible limitations and technical mitigation mechanisms. Special attention is given to privacy enhancing technologies that provides protection of sensitive biometric data. In this line the course concludes with comparison-on-card approaches and template protection concepts that allow revocation of biometric references.
Slides of 03.04.2017.
Seminarmaterial of 03.04.2017.
Tips for the seminar of 03.04.2017.

Seminar:

The complementary seminar extends the content of the lecture with topics on current application areas. These topics are researched and analysed. The topics will be introduced in first meeting and are available online in this Zip-file . The password will be provided on request. Presentations will take place on June 19th and 26th (starting at 17.45h). For the schedule of the seminar please visit the da/sec website.

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