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Upcoming Distinguished Lectures – December 2011

 

SPS Distinguished Lectures

Chapter Dates Distinguished Lecturer Lecture Details
Australian Capital Terriorty Dec 2011 Antonio Ortega (University of Southern California) Contact Chapter Chair Abd-Krim Seghouane at abd-krim.seghouane@nicta. com.au for more information.
GuangZhou, China 16 Dec 2011 Alex Kot (Nanyang Technological University) Lecture topic: "Is Our Biometrics Data Safe?". Contact Chapter Chair Jiwu Huang at isshjw@mail.sysu.edu.cn for more information.
New South Wales, Australia Dec 2011 Antonio Ortega (University of Southern California) Contact Chapter Chair Jinhong Yuan at j.yuan@unsw.edu.au for more information.
Queensland, Australia Dec 2011 Antonio Ortega (University of Southern California) Contact Chapter Chair Anagiyaddage Srilal Jayalath at dhammika.jayalath@qut.edu.au for more information.
South Australia Dec 2011 Antonio Ortega (University of Southern California) Contact Chapter Chair Luke Balzan at lbalzan@eleceng.adelaide.edu.au for more information.
Xi'an, China 19 Dec 2011 Alex Kot (Nanyang Technological University) Lecture topic: "Is Our Biometrics Data Safe?". Contact Chapter Chair Jianguo Huang at jghuang@nwpu.edu.cn for more information.
Xi'an, China Feb 2012 Abdelhak Zoubir (Technische Universität Darmstadt) Contact Chapter Chair Jianguo Huang at jghuang@nwpu.edu.cn for more information.

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