Teodors Eglitis Eglitis is a PhD Student with "Biometric Systems and Multimedia Forensics" Lab of the "University of Roma Tre", Rome, Italy under the supervision of Professor Patrizio Campisi from 2020. His current research area is Vascular Biometrics and Machine Learning.
Teodors Eglitis obtained an MSc degree in electronics from Riga Technical University, Riga, Latvia in 2014. His Master's thesis was entitled "Development of techniques for a system with palm biometric feature extraction facilities". Whilst studying for both, his undergraduate degree and MSc, Teodors was employed at the Institute of Electronics and Computer Science (IECS), initially as an intern and later as Electronics Engineer and Researcher, where he also did the technical work leading to his Master's thesis. From June 2016 Teodors worked at the IDIAP Research Institute in Martigny, Switzerland, on a project entitled 'BIOmetric Watch Activated by Veins (Biowave)' for Swiss start-up Biowatch, aimed at developing a wrist vein biometric recognition product.
In 2017, Teodors joined the University of Kent, School of Engineering and Digital Arts as Marie Sk?odowska-Curie Early Stage Researcher where he worked on mobile behavioural biometrics.
His other research interests are Signal Processing, Image Processing, Digital Art, Embedded Systems.