Call for Tutorials

The IEEE International Conference on Identity, Security and Behavior Analysis (ISBA 2016) is a unique conference series initiated by the IEEE Biometrics Council and its second edition will be held in Sendai, Japan from February 29th – March 2nd, 2016. It will be a forum that brings together experts in biometrics, security, and human behavior to consider research issues and solutions that are robust, comprehensive, and broader than currently considered in each of these individual research areas. Success of emerging biometrics technologies also depends on human aspects of biometrics-driven security and balancing high security with user friendliness. Therefore, this conference serves to provide a new forum for such broad areas defining the human side of security and user behavior as well as social influence in biometric security.

As part of the conference program, up to four tutorials will be scheduled for the first day of the conference (February 29th). Tutorials can be either 1/2 day or a full day. Prospective tutorial contributors are asked to submit a proposal to the Tutorials Chairs at wscheire@nd.edu with the tutorial title, the presenters’ name, affiliation, and brief CV, along with the detailed structure of the tutorial.

Deadline for tutorial proposals: October 1st, 2015