• Ph.D. Positions within the H2020 MSC-ITN "enhAnced Mobile BiomEtRics" (AMBER) project

    • The Biometrics and Multimedia Security Lab, Engineering Department, Roma Tre University, within the H2020 MSCA-ITN AMBER (enhAnced Mobile BiomEtRics) European Project (https://www.amber-biometrics.eu/), filled up two PhD positions with the respective following thematic areas:
      • (ESR 3) Template protection in biometric-based mobile scenarios
      • (ESR 4) Multibiometrics architectures and privacy in a mobile environment






  • Best Demo Award of the 7th GTTI thematic meeting on Multimedia Signal Processing

    • Emanuela Piciucco won the Best Demo Award of the 7th GTTI thematic meeting on Multimedia Signal Processing with the contribution titled "EEG based biometric recognition using a low-cost DIY system" (http://www.isip40.it/gtti.mmsp2017/node/15)
    • The aim of the demo was to show an example of a biometric recognition system working in a real-life situation based on EEG signals captured while the user is asked to stay in a "resting state condition with closed eyes". The data used for the identification task are captured using an acquisition device based on a low-cost hardware and a 3D printable headset.
    • More details about EEG related research activity at the BIOMEDIA4N6 Lab can be found here



  • MIT Technology Review: The Best of the Physics arXiv

  • IEEE Information Forensics and Security Technical Committee

    Patrizio Campisi has been elected Chair or the IEEE Information Forensics and Security Technical Committee starting January 1st 2017