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EAB is launching a call for nominations for the eleventh European Biometrics Research and Industry Awards. These prestigious awards are granted annually to individuals who have been judged by a panel of internationally respected experts to be making a significant contribution to the field of biometrics research and innovations in Europe.
The awards are recognizing innovation in academic research as well as in industry. Thus biometric experts with either of the following profiles should submit their work. Academic researchers enrolled in the last or penultimate year of a Ph.D. program or who have obtained a Ph.D., with major focus on biometrics, from a European academic institution no later than two years before the given deadline, might consider applying for the award. Further industrial researchers employed by European companies whose core business is biometrics might consider applying for the industry award, which will be granted to the candidate that has created the strongest impact for industry.
Applicants are asked to submit a research paper and supporting information by 15 May 2017. These papers will be reviewed by a jury composed of internationally recognized experts in the field of biometrics who will judge the academic and scientific quality for the EAB academic research award and the novelty, impact, applicability and the novelty, impact, applicability and other business aspects for the EAB industry award.
Shortlisted candidates will be asked to present their research papers in front of the jury, the EAB members and the public audience on 20 September 2017 during the European Association for Biometric scientific symposium in Darmstadt, Germany. All shortlisted candidates will be awarded with complementory one year EAB membership.
The winner of the European Biometric Research Award 2017 will receive a commemorative certificate and a 2.000,00 € prize. The winner will be selected by all attending Jury members.
The winner of the European Biometric Industry Award 2017 will receive a commemorative certificate and a 2.000,00 € prize. The winner will be selected by all attending Jury members and EAB industry members.
More detailed information is available on the EAB website
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