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An overview of all of the biometrics courses available at Purdue University, for both online and on-campus students.

An overview of all of the biometrics courses available at Purdue University, for both online and on-campus students.

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  • 1. Biometric Technology Courses at Purdue Success in the classroom
    Biometric Standards, Performance, and Assurance Laboratory |
    Purdue University
    www.bspalabs.org
    www.twitter.com/bspalabs
    www.slideshare.net/bspalabs
    www.linkedin.com/companies/bspa-labs
  • 2. Presentation Overview
    Courses in Biometrics at Purdue University
    Course modules
    Introduction to the learning management system
    Pre-tests
    Assignments and Assessments
    Hotseat
    Signals
    Contact information
  • 3. Graduate Courses
  • 4. AIDC for the Enterprise
    Graduate level course in Automatic Identification Technologies
    Bar codes
    Biometrics
    RFID
    Card technologies
  • 5. ICT Standards
    1 credit course
    Repeatable 3 times
    Follows work in INCITS M1 and ISO/IEC JTC 1 SC37
    Provides opportunities for students to provide technical comments
    Closely linked to biometric standards work
  • 6. IT 55500 Biometric Technology Test Design, Performance, and Evaluation
    An introduction of methods of designing biometric testing, performance, and evaluation analyses.
    Methods of evaluating fingerprint, face, iris, and voice recognition data is explored using ROC curves, CMC, Rank statistics, and DET curves.
    Examines testing requirements from submission of IRB documents to the final analysis.
    Includes a component of comparative analysis within modalities.
  • 7. IT 54000 Biometric Performance and Usability Analysis
    An introduction of test methodologies from disciplines outside of biometrics, which include: 
    usability,
    ergonomics,
    human factors,
    human-computer interaction,
    Demonstrate how biometric data analysis can benefit from understanding how humans interact with biometric sensors during the testing and evaluation of biometric systems.
    Explores test methods, case studies, and prior biometric testing reports in order to develop a test methodology that includes information on how users interact with biometric systems.
  • 8. IT 65700 Fingerprint Performance and Usability
    Covers topics of fingerprint capture, fingerprint feature extraction, fingerprint matching, and attacks on fingerprint systems.
    Requires analysis of real fingerprint data and the integration of fingerprint recognition in existing infrastructures.
    Development of a fingerprint recognition system is required.
  • 9. IT 65800 Biometric Systems Interoperability: Applications and Challenges
    Provides a technology neutral approach to the discussion of biometric system interoperability.
    Examines the issues of biometric sub-systems of different biometric modalities and sub-systems of the general biometric model.
    Students will be able to critically evaluate the impact of interoperability of sub-systems on the performance of the entire system.
  • 10. IT 54500 Biometric Technology and Applications
    Foundation course
    Six modules cover the IEEE CBP Body of Knowledge
    Biometric Fundamentals
    Biometric Modalities
    Biometric System Design and Evaluation
    Biometric Standards
    Social, Cultural and Legal Implications
    Biometric Applications
  • 11. Course Structure
    Online and offline sections
    Taught on Blackboard
    Material available on web2.0 applications such as:
    iTunesU
    Slideshare.net
  • 12. How to register for this course
    Go to Non-Degree Registration Form
  • 13. Course homepage
    Learning Objectives
    PDF’s, Flash Cards, and podcasts
  • 14. Learning Objectives Worksheet / LOS Quiz
    Learning Objectives for each course
    Submit comments to the instructor
  • 15. Pre-test evaluations
    Each module has a pre-test
    Designed to test your current knowledge
    Enables you to concentrate on your knowledge gaps
  • 16. Video Case Studies
    Each module will have video case studies to enable you to watch examples of biometrics in action
    These videos come from a number of sources, including vendors, television programs, etc. and can be found on YouTube™
  • 17. Podcasts
    Each module will also have downloadable podcasts
    These include:
    Audio podcast lectures
    Relevant radio programs
    Relevant corporate podcasts
  • 18. Study Guides
    Flash cards
    Interactive quizzes
  • 19. A distance classroom in a web2.0 environment
    Although Blackboard is the learning management system, there are also other ways to access course material
    iTunesU
    Slideshare
    Hotseat
  • 20. Boilercast
    Course lectures can be downloaded to your MP3 player or smart-phone
  • 21. Slideshare
    Power Point presentations are available on Slideshare, and work on Android, iPhone, and iPad
  • 22. Hotseat – collaborative classroom environment
    A social networking-powered mobile Web application providing:
    Collaborative classroom
    Near real-time feedback during class and enabling professors to adjust the course content and improve the learning experience.
    Students can post messages to Hotseat using their Facebook or Twitter accounts, sending text messages, or logging in to the Hotseat Web site.
  • 23. Online learning doesn’t have to be lonely
    Online discussions with faculty and researchers in the biometrics lab @ Purdue
    Access to phone, email, chat
    Office hours at your convenience
  • 24. Real-world applied learning – success stories
    Students taking online classes have been published and contribute to solving real-world problems
    Experience in university research lab communities
  • 25. More information?
    Register for the class:
    www.bspalabs.org/register
    Follow the class activities online
    www.bspalabs.org/follow
    Schedule a 1:1 teleconference for more information: www.tungle.me/bspa
  • 26. Other presentations
    BSPA Lab Overview
    BSPA Lab Research Agenda
    BSPA Lab Research Presentation Library