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BIOMETRICS TECHNOLOGIES FOCUS DAY ● Monday, February 9, 2009


8:00


9:00 Registration & Coffee

9:00


10:00
Biometrics Education: Preparing the 21st Century Workforce


Today’s society is increasingly wary of potential threats and expects the
government, i
ndustry and academia

to provide the highest level of safety
and security. An initial step in that process is to examine the current

capability of Higher Education in the United States to meet the future
demands for qualified 21st century

scientific and man
agement workforce.
This presentation will outline current educational efforts in DoD,

academia,
and professional organizations to develop curricula standards and enhanced
certification programs

for biometrics and identity management professionals.
These co
llaborative efforts worldwide will effectively

support the evolving
needs of the nation’s future security workforce.


How you will benefit:


Enhance your knowledge on potential security threats and how biometrics
can serve as a key solution


Examine the
future requirements for and capabilities of biometrics and
identity management solutions


What will be covered:


Enhanced certification programs for biometrics and IdM professionals


Current and future capabilities for the data management workforce


Sess
ion Leader:

Dr. Michael T. Yura
-

Former SVP, National Biometric Security Project, West
Virginia Operations


10:10


11:10
Biometric Algorithms for 3D Face Recognition

Three
-
dimensional face recognition has the potential to identify a person at
long range
with a minimal amount

of cooperation. For 3D face recognition, we present an end
-
to
-
end face
recognition system that is intended as

a step toward practical
implementation for very large scale gallery datasets. Attendees will be
presented with

a two
-
stage a
pproach, in which an efficient localized
matching algorithm is first used to prescreen and

eliminate the majority of
possible matches. In the second stage, the remaining small set of candidate

matches is then processed with a more computationally intensive

and
accurate full data set match.


How you will benefit:


Discover in detail the parameters for accessing large databases


Learn from technical experts about performing optimized database
searches


Understand the significance of 3D face recognition as
another mode of
biometric screening


What will be covered:


Processes for extracting features from 3D faces


Methods to align and match 3D gallery and probe faces


Pre
-
screening face databases and why this process is important


Session Leader:

Dr. Mark
W. Koch
-

Sensor Exploitation Applications Department, Sandia
National Laboratories


February 9
-
11, 2009

Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner

Vienna, VA


11:15


12:15 Lunch


12:20


2:20 Face Authentication Using Recognition
-
by
-
Parts, Boosting and
Transduct
ion

The working hypothesis for the (large) face recognition evaluations carried
out so far has not been particularly concerned with the possibility that
subjects would seek to deny and/or foil their true biometric signatures.

Face recognition, however, can

be severely hampered among others by
occlusion and disguise.

This session addresses such challenges using a novel recognition
-
by
-
parts
architecture suitable for reliable and robust face recognition. The session
leader will discuss the architecture as mode
l
-
free and nonparametric, and
the conceptual framework draws support from discriminative methods using
likelihood ratios.

At the conceptual level it links forensics and biometrics, while at the
implementation level it links the Bayesian framework and stati
stical learning
theory (SLT).

Delegates will learn about suggestions for augmenting and enhancing the
scope and utility of the proposed architecture for tasks related to face
surveillance (from CCTV) and tracking, spatial temporal data fusion and
modality/
sensory integration, change and outlier ("intrusion") detection, and
selective learning for (co)training from labeled and unlabeled exemplars.


How you will benefit:


Obtain an in
-
depth review of solutions to occlusion and disguise scenarios


Understand
the process behind face authentication and face detection


What will be covered:


A novel recognition
-
by
-
parts architecture suitable for reliable and robust
face recognition


Discriminative methods using likelihood ratios that support the face
recognitio
n architecture


Methods to augment and enhance the scope and utility of the architecture
necessary for face surveillance


Session Leader:

Professor Harry Wechsler
-

School of Information Technology & Engineering,
George Mason University


2:30


4:30 Predi
cting Performance of an Arbitrary Biometric Recognition System

Designing algorithms able to recognize individuals matched against a large
database is a challenging task.

Many vendors, however, claim perfect large scale recognition when their
system is test
ed on a relatively small dataset. Then they project that the
same holds true when the system is operated with large scale datasets.

However, in order to do so an objective large scale performance measure is
needed.

This work suggests a new measure called e
mpirical biometric recognition
capacity as a measure of ability of a system to operate on large scale
datasets. The presented method finally allows an objective comparison of
large scale performance of systems in the development as well as test
phases. As
a result, recognition systems can be tuned and optimized for
their large scale performance requirements in the field.


How you will benefit:


Learn a new objective measure of large scale recognition performance


Learn what is required to evaluate the emp
irical capacity of an arbitrary
biometric recognition system


Understand the significance of the new measure


What will be covered:


A new efficient measure of large scale performance


How to interpret the values


How to apply the new measure in practi
ce for evaluation of the
performance of an arbitrary recognition system


Session Leader:

Dr. Natalia A. Schmid
-

Department of Computer Science & Electrical
Engineering, West Virginia University


MAIN SUMMIT DAY 1 ● Tuesday, February 10, 2009

7:30 Registra
tion & Coffee

8:00 Chairperson’s Welcome & Opening Remarks

Raj Nanavati, Partner, International Biometric Group

8:30
DHS Operations: The Coast Guard's Biometrics
-
at
-
Sea System: Creating
Mobile Biometrics

through Partnerships


Partnerships and system devel
opment


USCG mobile biometrics operations


Opportunities for future expansion


CAPT Matthew Sisson, USCG
-

Commanding Officer, USCG Research &
Development


9:10
DHS Operations: TSA’s Implementation of the Transportation Worker
Identification

Credential



Deployment of smartcard and biometric technologies based on the latest,
most advanced

federal government standards


Implementing secure data shari
ng across multiple agencies and
Departments


Addressing the complexities of rolling out a sophisticated cre
dentialing
program nationwide


Maurine Fanguy
-

Director, Maritime & Surface Credentialing, Transportation
Security Administration


10:00 Networking Break


10:35
S&T Initiatives: Biometric Collection and Interoperability


Priority technology development a
reas


Initiatives to develop non
-
intrusive sensor technologies


Requirements for interoperable biometric technologies


Arun Vemury
-

Program Manager, S&T Directorate HSARPA/Human Factors
Behavior Sciences

Division, Department of Homeland Security

11:15
S
&T Initiatives: Canada and US: Biometrics at our Borders



Initiatives set forth by the DRDC
-
CSS


Coordination of efforts between the Canadian task force on biometrics and
integrators


Requirements for the interoperability between Canadian systems vs. U
S
systems


Len Goodman, PhD
-

Portfolio Manager, Surveillance, Intelligence &
Interdiction, Defence R&D

Canada (DRDC)
-

Centre for Security Science (CSS)


11:55 Lunch


1:15
Privacy & Standards: Biometrics and Privacy Assurance


Considerations for privacy
and identity management


Setting precedence regarding biometric information and privacy


Collection and use of biometric information
-

where does it go and what do
we do with it?


Hugo Teufel III
-

Chief Privacy Officer, DHS and IDGA Advisory Board Membe
r


1:55
Privacy & Standards: NSTC Subcommittee on Biometrics and Identity
Management’s

Standards and Conformity Assessment Working Group


Overview of biometric standards and testing


Current and future adoption of biometric standards for USG
-
wide use


C
urrent and future requirements of USG biometric testing


Michael Hogan
-

Standards Liaison, Information Technology Laboratory, NIST


2:35 Networking Break


3:05
FBI Initiatives on Biometric Interoperability


Enhancement of biometric and criminal history c
apabilities


NGI: Next Generation Identification
-

current initiatives and future goals


The Mobile ID program

Kimberly Del Greco
-

Section Chief, Biometric Services Section, S&T Branch,
CJIS FBI


3:45
Development of Robust Biometric Identification Metho
ds



Developing technologies to enhance National Security and peacekeeping
operations


Detection, capture and 3D pose normalization processing of 2D faces from
surveillance &

uncontrolled environments


Iris recognition using sub
-
optimal data using novel

matching methodologies
in less
-
cooperative scenarios


Marios Savvides, PhD
-

Director, Biometrics Lab, CyLab, Carnegie Mellon
University


4:25 End of Day One



MAIN SUMMIT DAY 2 ● Wednesday, February 11, 2009

7:30 Registration & Coffee

8:15 Chairperson’s
Opening Remarks

8:25
US State Department: Biometrics for Logical Access Development and
Execution: The BLADE

Program


Current program status


Challenges and recommendations for future initiatives


Policies and practices in accordance with HSPD
-
12


Jarro
d Frahm
-

BLADE Program Manager/Biometrics Program Manager, US
State Department


9:05
DHS US
-
VISIT Program: Enhancing Homeland Security through Biometric
Identification


Use of biometric solutions to revolutionize the way all levels of government
establis
h and verify

the identities of the people they encounter


US VISIT capabilities as it strengthens the country's immigration and
border security

capabilities to an unprecedented level


Lessons learned from 5 years of being the first large
-
scale biometrics

program


Shonnie Lyon
-

Deputy Director, US
-
VISIT Program, Department of
Homeland Security


9:50 Networking Break


10:30
Identity Management


US Navy: DoD Identity Management: Future
Opportunities and

Imperatives


Recent history of vision and strategy f
or biometrics and Identity
Management in the US DoD


Current state of affairs, as the new Administration takes over


Opportunities and imperatives in Identity Management over the next couple
of years, within and across the federal government


William Gra
vell, SES
-

Special Advisor, Secretary of the Navy for Identity
Management


11:10
Identity Management


US Navy: System for Intelligence and Identity
Management

Operations (SIIMON)


Tactical biometric collection and matching system


Required capabilities

for the full program of record called the Identity
Dominance System (IDS)


CAPT John Boyd, USN
-

Program Manager, Naval Identity Management
Capability, Office of the

Secretary of the Navy


11:50 Lunch


12:50
Biometrics in Theater Sessions: CENTCOM: Identi
ty Dominance in Theater


CENTCOM biometrics architecture


Integration of operational and system views


Identity dominance for nation
-
building and peacekeeping


Lt. Col Thomas Pratt, USMC
-

Chief of Biometrics and Forensics, CCJ3, US
Central Command


1:2
0
Biometrics in Theater Sessions: Military Biometrics in Theater


Handheld biometric training in Afghanistan and Iraq


Tactical application of biometric capabilities


Information on HIIDE, BOSS
-
R and U


Jerry Jackson
-

Senior Program Manager for Defense

Biometrics, Lockheed
Martin Corporation


SGM Robert Haemmerle
-

Biometric Master Gunner, US Army


2:00
Leading the Way for DoD Biometrics


Requirements for the implementation of DoD biometric technologies


The need to increase Joint Service interoperabi
lity


Capabilities to improve operational effectiveness on the battlefield


William E. Vickers
-

Special Assistant to the Director, Biometrics Task Force


2:40 Networking Break


3:00
Identification Management: Air Force Biometrics


Identification of Air
Force capability needs to be satisfied by biometrics


Implementation of enhanced identity authentication capabilities


Transition of proven capability into an operational, joint biometric
enterprise


John Kennedy
-

SAF/XCD, Office of the Secretary of the

Air Force, Office of
Warfighting Integration and Chief Information Officer


3:40
Identification Management: Identification, Verification, and Authentication


Identification: Biometric Enrollment Station


Verification: RAPIDS, MEPCOM, DCCIS/FiXs


Authen
tication: DBIDS and DNVC


Lynne Prince
-

Defense Manpower Data Center, Card Technology and Identity
Solutions


4:20
Identification Management: Identity Assurance Today and Tomorrow


Challenges in integrating biometrics into an overall security plan


Authentication methods for unique operating environment and security
needs


Testing and evaluation of biometric systems for metrics such as
performance, vulnerability, and compliance with emerging standards


Peter T. Higgins
-

Co
-
Author, “Biometrics: Iden
tity Assurance in the
Information Age”


5:00 End of Summit