The Sixth China biometrics academic conference was

2022-08-02
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The 6th China biometrics academic conference was successfully held from December 3 to 4. The 6th China biometrics academic conference, jointly sponsored by the Institute of automation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Chinese computer society and the Chinese society of artificial intelligence, and organized by the State Key Laboratory of pattern recognition of the Institute of automation, was successfully held in Beijing. 100 scientific researchers from more than 30 universities and scientific research institutes at home and abroad gathered in Beijing to exchange and discuss faces Iris, fingerprint, palmprint, gait, vein, voice and other multimodal biometric recognition are cutting-edge scientific issues

biometric recognition is a cutting-edge research direction in the fields of pattern recognition, image processing, artificial intelligence and other disciplines. It is a strategic high technology to ensure national and public security, and it is also a new growth point of the electronic information industry. Since the beginning of this year, China has begun to plan to embed biometric information in the second-generation ID card and e-passport to improve the reliability of individual identity authentication. Biometric recognition technology will play an important role in China's population management, security and anti-terrorism, entry-exit control, bank securities, social security and welfare. In order to promote the scientific research and technical application in the field of biometrics in China, the Institute of automation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has initiated and initiated the Chinese biometrics academic conference since 2000, which has been highly concerned and actively participated by researchers from major universities and scientific research institutes at home and abroad, and has become a prestigious exchange and cooperation platform in the academic field of biometrics in China

in order to promote the research achievements in the field of biometrics in China to the world, all the papers of this conference were published in English and were published by the series of books of structure notes in computer science of Springer press. Professor Anil K. Jain of Michigan State University in the United States and Professor dingxiaoqing of Tsinghua University in China were invited to give themed reports entitled biometrics: some challenges in forensics and recent progress in face recognition. The wonderful contents of the reports triggered heated questions and exchange discussions among colleagues at home and abroad. A total of 35 papers in this meeting were conducted in the form of oral reports or poster, and also participated in the optimization and improvement of key body parts; It reported and communicated in the high-end pure electric car run jointly produced with great wall Huaguan. The topics covered all aspects of biometric recognition, including signal acquisition, preprocessing, feature extraction, pattern recognition, age/gender/race estimation, large-scale hydrogen regulated PP resin retrieval with low odor, multi-modal fusion, database construction, anti-counterfeiting encryption, etc. In addition, an innovative panel discussion session was set up at the meeting, and five young and middle-aged scholars in the field of biometrics in China, including researcher chenxilin, Professor wangyunhong, Professor ZhouJie, associate researcher sunzhenan and Dr. zhengweishi, were invited to review the progress of different standards in the latest research at home and abroad on face recognition, biometric classification, fingerprint and palmprint recognition, iris recognition and individual dynamic monitoring recognition, It predicted the future development trend of the recognition research field of bioelectronic universal experimental machine, put forward suggestions on the research and application development of biometrics in China, and discussed face-to-face with the participants, and achieved good communication results

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