Ulrich Scherhag successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis with the title „Face Morphing and Morphing Attack Detection“ on November 16th 2020. The examining committee members were Prof. Dr. Marc Fischlin, Prof. Dr. Marie-Christine Jakobs and Prof. Dr. Arjan Kuijper. The thesis
Pawel Drozdowski defended his PhD thesis ‚Efficient privacy-preserving biometric identification in large-scale multibiometric systems‘
Pawel Drozdowski successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis with the title „Efficient privacy-preserving biometric identification in large-scale multibiometric systems“ on May 6th 2020. The thesis defence was conducted digitally. The examining committee members were Prof. Dr. Vitomir Štruc (University of Ljubljana),
Andreas Nautsch, former member of the da/sec research group, successfully defended his dissertation „Speaker Recognition in Unconstrained Environments“ at TU Darmstadt on the 10th of October. First examiner: Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Max Mühlhäuser Second examiner: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christoph Busch
Kiran Bylappa Raja defended his doctor thesis on "Robust Biometric Verification based on the Eye Region – Algorithms for Visible Spectrum Image Data"
Abstract: Popular mobile banking and e-commerce applications like Google Wallet, Apple Pay and Ali Pay have resulted in using personal devices like smartphones for secure access of services via biometric data captured from embedded sensor. Further, the improved optics on
Martin Aastrup Olsen successfully completed his PhD trial lecture and thesis defense at the Gjøvik University College on Thursday, the 17th of December 2015 and will be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. The title of his thesis is “Fingerprint Image Quality”. It focuses
Anika Pflug defended her Doctoral thesis on 'Biometric Identification using 2- and 3- Dimensional Images of Human Ears'
Anika Pflug defended her doctoral thesis in Information Security at Gjøvik University College (GUC) on Friday 19th of June. Pflug is associated to NISlab (Norwegian Information Security laboratory) at Gjøvik University College. The dissertation is titled “Biometric Identification using 2-
Frank Breitinger defended his PhD thesis 'On the utility of bytewise approximate matching in computer science with a special focus on digital forensics investigations'
Frank Breitinger successfully defended his PhD thesis „On the utility of bytewise approximate matching in computer science with a special focus on digital forensics investigations“ on Monday, June 30th 2014. The defense was well attended by CASED members. Frank was