Daile Osorio-Roig, M. Sc.
Position: Ph.D. Student Member
Office: D19 room 2.08
Email: daile.osorio-roig -at- h-da.de
Dailé Osorio-Roig received her MsC. Degree in Informatics Engineering from the Technological University of Havana, José Antonio Echeverría, Havana (CUJAE), Cuba, in 2014. Afterwards, she joined Advanced Technologies Application Center (CENATAV) from Havana, Cuba for computer science graduate training. Since 2020, she is a Ph.D. Student Member of da/sec group at the National Research Center for Applied Cybersecurity (ATHENE), Germany. Her principal research interests are focused in areas of Biometric and Machine Learning. Specifically, biometric indexing in conjunction with privacy-enhancing technologies for efficient biometric identification.
- Biometric and multi-biometric systems
- Efficient biometric identification algorithms and indexing schemes
- Privacy-enhancing technologies
- Ocular segmentation
Current Offerings and Collaboration
- Generating keys from privacy-enhancing approaches
- Generating synthetic faces from privacy-enhancing templates
- Effect of the frequent patterns for biometric identification
- Improving the fingerprint indexing by Delaunay Triangulation
Currently, available bachelor/master thesis projects are listed on this page. If you have your own idea that relates to the above research interests or are interested in a collaboration, don’t hesitate to contact me by e-mail.
- Dailé Osorio-Roig, Christian Rathgeb, Pawel Drozdowski, Philipp Terhörst, Vitomir Štruc, Christoph Busch, “An Attack on Facial Soft-biometric Privacy Enhancement”, (TBIOM, 2022).
- Pawel Drozdowski, Fabian Stockhardt, Christian Rathgeb, Dailé Osorio-Roig, Christoph Busch, “Feature Fusion Methods for Indexing and Retrieval of Biometric Data: Application to Face Recognition with Privacy Protection”, IEEE Access, 2021.
- D. Osorio-Roig, C. Rathgeb, P., C. Busch, “Stable Hash Generation for Efficient Privacy-Preserving Face Identification”, in TBIOM, 2021. [PDF]
- D. Osorio-Roig, T. Schlett, C. Rathgeb, J. Tapia, C. Busch, Exploring Quality Scores for Workload Reductionin Biometric Identification, in International Workshop on Biometrics and Forensics (IWBF), 2022.
- M. Vitek, A. Das, Y. Pourcenoux, A. Missler, C. Paumier, S. Das, I. De Ghosh, D. R. Lucio, L. A. Zanlorensi Jr., D. Menotti, F. Boutros, N. Damer, J. H. Grebe, A. Kuijper, J. Hu, Y. He, C. Wang, H. Liu, Y. Wang, Z. Sun, D. Osorio-Roig, C. Rathgeb, C. Busch, J. Tapia, A. Valenzuela, G. Zampoukis, L. Tsochatzidis, I. Pratikakis, S. Nathan, R. Suganya, V. Mehta, A. Dhall, K. Raja, G. Gupta, J. N. Khiarak, M. Akbari-Shahper, F. Jaryani, M. Asgari-Chenaghlu, R. Vyas, S. Dakshit, S. Dakshit, P. Peer, U. Pal, V. Struc “SSBC 2020: Sclera Segmentation Benchmarking Competition in the Mobile Environment”, in Proc. Intl. Joint. Conf on Biometrics (IJCB), 2020.
- D. Osorio-Roig, C. Rathgeb, M. Gomez-Barrero, A. Morales-González, E. Garea-Llano, C. Busch “Visible Wavelength Iris Segmentation: A Multi-Class Approach using Fully Convolutional Neuronal Networks”, in Proc. Intl. Conf. of the Biometrics Special Interest Group (BIOSIG 2018), Darmstadt, Germany, September 2018.
- D. Osorio-Roig, P. Drozdowski, C. Rathgeb, A. Morales-González, E. Garea Llano, C. Busch, Iris Recognition in Visible Wavelength: Impact and automated Detection of Glasses, in Proc. Intl. Workshop on Ubiquitous implicit Biometrics and health signals monitoring for personcentric applications (UBIO´18) 2018.
A list of earlier publications can be found here.