Santa Barbara, CA
December 11-12, 2003
on Multimodal User Authentication
will be held on December
11-12, 2003, at the Radisson Hotel in beautiful Santa Barbara, California.
The workshop is sponsored by a UC Discovery Grant and is being held in
The workshop is sponsored by a UC Discovery Grant and is being held incooperation with the International Speech Communication Association (ISCA), EURASIP, and the IEEE Signal Processing Society.
will focus on recent advances and new paradigms in Multimodal
and demos are
solicited for presentation at the workshop, especially in the following areas:
and face analysis
indexing and retrieval
Gesture analysis for biometrics
and integration techniques
and implementations of multimodal user authentication systems
The Radisson Hotel, Santa Barbara,
is just across from the Pacific Ocean, East Beach, and the
Santa Barbara Pier. It is located at
the city's edge, where palm trees meet the ocean's waves. Santa Barbara is just
two hours away from the
Los Angeles International Airport, Beverly Hills and downtown Los Angeles.
Prospective authors are invited to submit a photo-ready paper electronically - see the Info for Authors page. Demo proposals will also be accepted.
Attendance may be limited with priority given
to those who submit written technical contributions or demonstration systems.
INVITED SPEAKERS (Click here for titles and abstracts)
James Wayman, San Jose State University
Gary Strong, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Electronic submission of photo-ready paper
Notification of acceptance
Early registration deadline
October 29, 2003
Final papers due
October 15, 2003
The workshop is supported by a UC Discovery Grant from the Industry-University Cooperative Research Program.
In cooperation with ISCA EURASIP and the IEEE Signal Processing Society.