SPSU Biometrics Recognition
Research Center
Building J
Suite 384
1100 South Marietta Pkwy
Marietta, GA 30060

chung@spsu.edu
678.915.3574

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Biometrics Recognition Research Center

 

Mission Statement

To promote the state of the art in the area of biometric research, provide an innovative research environment for professionals and students, transfer new biometric technologies to private/government sectors, establish the collaboration with scientists from national and international research laboratories, institutions and industry, and present the research findings to the public for educating them regarding the applications of the biometric research in the community.

 

Center Goals and Objectives

  • To evaluate and develop facial recognition commercial products

Current commercial products will be evaluated and enhanced for the innovation. New generations of commercial products will be explored and developed. The automated quality analysis using different objective metrics measure will be developed.

  • To conduct facial recognition research for innovative products

New computer modeling algorithms for use in facial recognition and other forms of biometric identification will be explored and designed to advance the state of the art in biometric research. New software platforms which allow multimodal biometric information to be compiled, measured and combined with known stored data, resulting in a matrix that can be applied for identification of shapes or faces will be explored.

  • To establish the collaboration with scientists and professionals from national research laboratories, institutions and industries

The center will try to establish the collaboration relationship with scientists and professionals from national and international research laboratories, institutions and industry to exchange research concepts and ideas.

  • The technology transfer and community outreach

The center aims to transfer new biometric technologies to private/government sectors. New research findings will be presented to the public domain including workshops, conferences, journals, and community.