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In collaboration with WIFS, TU Delft CYS is organizing a competition in the domain of signal processing, combining biometrics and secure computation. Specifically, competitors are tasked to create a private odor-based access control system that matches encrypted human samples with permitted encrypted samples on an external database. 

Associated SPS Event: IEEE ICIP 2022 Grand Challenge

The perceptual quality of images/videos in the context of video surveillance has a very significant impact on high-level tasks such as object detection, identification of abnormal events, visual tracking, to name a few. Despite the development of advanced video sensors with higher resolution, the quality of the acquired video is often affected by some distortions due to the environment, encoding and storage technologies, which can only be avoided by employing of intelligent post-processing solutions.

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Steganography is the art and science of hiding data within media while its counterpart, steganalysis, refers to all methods that aims at detecting media used to transmit hidden data. Those two form a cat-and-mouse game since steganography aims at modifying the media to remain as stealth as possible and steganalysis aims at fight back by improving detection accuracy.  Most of the work in those fields are based on specific dataset and application in the “real world” of current state-of-the-art steganalysis techniques is hardly possible.

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Past Members

 

The following lists all the past chairs and members of the SPS Information Forensics and Security Technical Committee. 

*NOTE: Please scroll up/down and left/right within the Past Members window to view the full list. Also, view the full downloadable list (right-click, Save As to save file).

The 2nd BOWS Contest (Break Our Watermarking System) was organised within the activity of the Watermarking Virtual Laboratory (Wavila) of the European Network of Excellence ECRYPT (http://www.ecrypt.eu.org/) between the 17th of July 2007 and 17th of April 2008. 

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