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BIOMETRICS WEEK 2019 | 28 October – 31 October 2019 | LONDON | QEII Conference Centre, London Westminster

Satellite Events

In addition to the Biometrics Institute Congress on 29-30 October, we are organising a number of satellite events during the week to maximise opportunities for delegates to interact and engage.

Some of these satellite events are free to attend but you can only register for the free events if you are registered to attend the congress.

The satellite events planned include:

Biometrics Vulnerabilities Workshop

28 October 2019
9:00 – 12:00
London

This half day workshop will take place on the day before the Biometrics Institute Congress.

It will be presented by Ted Dunstone, Biometix and Stephanie Schuckers, CiTer. Ted is head of the Biometrics Institute Security & Integrity Expert Group (BSIEG) and Stephanie is head of the Biometrics Institute Academic Research and Innovation Group (ARIG).

There is a fee for registration.

Face Recognition Performance Workshop

28 October 2019
13:00 – 17:00
London

This workshop will take place on the afternoon before the Biometrics Institute Congress.

It will be presented by Patrick Grother and Mai Ngan of NIST.

There is a fee for registration.

Evening Drinks Reception

QEII Conference Centre London
29 October 2019
17:30 -19:30

This event is held at the end of the first day of the Congress and offers a unique networking opportunity. 

To register, please visit the main Congress page.

Joint Biometrics Institute Expert Groups Briefing

31 October 2019
9:30 – 13:00
London

This event will be a briefing by, and discussion with, the Biometrics Institute Digital Identity, Biometrics Security & Integrity, Privacy & Policy and Academic Research & Innovation Expert Groups.

Free for Congress attendees, but registration essential.

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Some of these satellite events are free to attend but you can only register for the free events if you are registered to attend the Congress.

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