Innovative, authoritative and topical
The programme for Biometrics 2013 is currently being compiled.
As with previous events in the series it will contain original and case studies and expert presentations on the core programme topics including:
- Mobile biometrics – The future is now
- Rapid DNA for forensic applications
- Voice verification – Finally coming of age?
- ABC - Automated Border Control
- What’s trending in biometrics and social networking?
- Standards and interoperability – the foundations for biometrics
- Emerging biometrics
- Biometrics and payments – the new e-commerce?
- Face, finger and iris in focus
- Biometrics in the field – military applications
- Forthcoming priorities in government application of biometrics
- Innovation in biometrics – what’s over the horizon
For a taste of what to expect please take a look at our 2012 programme
A number of presentation slots are available for contributions from users and suppliers of biometrics.
Contributions are especially sought from individuals with extensive experience in the practical application of biometrics, those at the forefront of research and development, market analysts and end users/governments that have (or are currently implementing) a cutting-edge case history that they would like to share.
Potential speakers are invited to submit their original and exciting new speech proposals for consideration by conference programme committee:
Proposals should be submitted by 24 May 2013, to the Fiona Watson, Biometrics 2013 Programme Director.
Successful contributions will be evaluated on the basis of originality, relevance, content, and expertise/experience of the speaker.
Please indicate if a speech might be suitable for audience interaction/live demonstration.
New case histories, especially when presented by end-users, will be favoured, as will speeches from top-level company or organisational representatives. N.B This should not dissuade submissions by those with specialist technical knowledge, or those leading research efforts.
Please note that although we highly encourage submissions from the international community, contributions must be submitted in English.
Submissions must provide the following information:
- Speaker’s name
- Speaker’s position
- Speaker's company/organisation
- Proposed title of the presentation
- Summary of the presentation (max 200 words)
- Three one-line bullet points describing the main content of the speech
- Indication of which stream the presentation is designed to fit.
- Opportunity for audience interaction
- Speaker’s short professional biography approx. 200 words
- Speaker’s photo
- Speaker’s full contact details (address, email, telephone)