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  • The BiDA Lab from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) is pleased to invite you to participate in the IJCB 2022 Mobile Behavioral Biometrics Competition (MobileB2C), one of the selected competitions at the International Joint Conference on Biometrics (IJCB), 10-13 October 2022, Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates).
    The aim of MobileB2C is benchmarking mobile authentication systems based on behavioral biometric traits transparently acquired by mobile devices during ordinary Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), using a novel public database and a standard experimental protocol. This competition will provide a complete panorama of the state of the art in the field of user authentication based on mobile behavioral biometrics. Please check the competition web site for more information.

    Competition website:  https://sites.google.com/view/mobileb2c/
    IJCB 2022 website: http://www.ijcb2022.org/

    A selection of the best behavioral biometrics-based authentication systems proposed will have the opportunity to take part as co-authors in a joint paper describing the results of MobileB2C and submitted to IJCB 2022.

  • Marc Erich Latoschik recently published a press release about the Facebook-Meta transformation and the future of social VR. He believes it is of vital interest also for our joint research on privacy, Avatars and social VR. (24.11.2021)
  • Read the article written by the Dutch newspaper Tubantia about Raymond Veldhuis here (24.08.2021)
  • The PriMa project participated in the EAB Research Project Conference (EAB-RPC) on September 15th 2020. A general introduction to the project and a short report on the first year was presented by Raymond Veldhuis. ESR Amina Bassit gave a well-received presentation on her first results regarding provably secure biometric comparison under homomorphic encryption. Both Amina and Raymond are from the University of Twente in the Netherlands.