NISlecture 2017/4 (28.04.2017, 12.15-13.00 in K102)
Title: Biometric systems based on communication principles
Speaker: A.J. Han Vinck, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Abstract: A biometric system is a technological system that uses information about a person to identify that person. We will discuss the connection between Biometric systems and Information/Communication theory. Several authentication system implementations will be explained and their performance analysed. We will pay attention to the tradeoff between information security and reliability of biometric data.
About the Speaker :
A.J. Han Vinck is a senior professor in Digital Communications at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, since September 2014. His interest is in Information and Communication theory, Coding and Network aspects in digital communications. He is the author of the book "Coding Concepts and Reed-Solomon Codes" <http://www.martinvinck.com/page3/assets/bookHan.pdf>. He was president of the IEEE Information theory Society (2003). He received a number of accolades including the election by the IEEE as Fellow for his Contributions to Coding Techniques, the IEEE ISPLC 2006
Achievement award for contributions to Power Line Communications and the 2015 Aaron D. Wyner Distinguished Service Award <http://www.itsoc.org/news-events/recent-news/han-vinck-2015-wyner-award> for longstanding contributions to the IEEE Information Theory society.