ESR6

Rezwan Hasan - ESR6

 

Background:

Mr Md Rezwan Hasan will be joining the School of Engineering and Digital Arts at the University of Kent, the UK as a Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher from the 1st of October. Mr Hasan will work under the EU funded project PriMa (Privacy Matters). Previously, he has worked as a Senior Lecturer in the Computer Science Department of the University of Development Alternative (UODA), Dhaka, Bangladesh.  He completed his Master's Degree from the School of Computer Science and Engineering at Nanjing University of Science and Technology (NJUST), China under the Postgraduate Chinese Government Scholarship program. Prior to joining NJUST, he has worked as a Software Engineer at the Shanghai Shininjer Electronics Co. Ltd, China. Before going to Shanghai, he has worked as a Lecturer in the Computer Science Department of UODA. Before joining UODA, he has worked as a Software Engineer at the ARC. Bangladesh Ltd. He received his BSc in CS degree in 2012 from the Department of Computer Science & Engineering of Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 

Research Interests:

Biometrics Identification Systems, Image Processing, Computer Vision

Contact

cseantik@gmail.com

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ESR6: Biometric Identity Hiding, Obfuscation and De-identification

 

Objectives:

This specific project will investigate emerging and future approaches to sensor-level identity hiding. Examples of identity hiding include wearing a hat or using makeup to render facial detection and recognition problematic. Alternatively, direct interference with the sensor involves techniques such as projecting noise signals to directly interfere with the biometric sub-system. The project will seek to evaluate what is i) possible now, and also in the future, and ii) how the performance of such approaches can be evaluated. These will be topics for research in this project across a range of modalities including face/iris, gate and voice.

 

Main supervisor

Farzin Deravi

 

Co-supervisor

Raymond Veldhuis