IEEE International Joint Conference on Biometrics (IJCB 2023)

Call for Tutorial Proposals

The IJCB 2023 Organizing Committee invites proposals for tutorials to be given on September 25, 2023, immediately preceding the main conference. Tutorials can be for either half- or full day. A half-day tutorial could be 2-3 hours long and a full-day tutorial could be 5-6 hours long.

Any area of biometrics can be the subject of a tutorial, and possible areas of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • Recent advances in biometric sensor design and data collection;
  • Approaches for trustworthy biometrics (e.g., related topics in bias and fairness, privacy and security, robustness, explainability, transparency, etc.);
  • Biometric recognition aided with generative models;
  • Developments of multimodal or multispectral biometrics;
  • Human identification at a distance in less cooperative environments;
  • Open-set liveness detection, anti-spoofing in the wild;
  • Efficient biometric algorithms for light architectures (e.g. match-on-card/board, mobile platforms, etc.);
  • Biometric applications in Metaverse.

Tutorial proposals should contain the following information:

  1. Title;
  2. Abstract;
  3. Target audience;
  4. Prerequisites for the participants (if any);
  5. List of topics to be presented with their estimated duration and pointers to the associated literature;
  6. A short biography of the tutor(s) with relevant experience on the tutorial topic;
  7. List on any similar tutorial(s) presented in the past by the author(s) on the same or closely related topic.

Tutorial proposals should be submitted in editable format (Word or Latex with the source files) via email to the tutorial chairs: Antitza Dantcheva ([email protected]) and Zhenan Sun ([email protected]) with the subject title “IJCB 2023 – Tutorial Proposal”.

Important Dates

Tutorial proposal submission deadline: August 1, 2023
Acceptance notification: August 15, 2023
Tutorial date: September 25, 2023