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The NIST Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) has over 25 years of experience measuring and evaluating technology that is used to process, … more

i-vector Challenge

NIST will coordinate a special i-vector challenge in late 2013 and 2014 based on data used in previous NIST Speaker Recognition Evaluations … more

TRECVid Surveillance Event Detection Evaluation Track

The Surveillance Event Detection (SED) evaluation track is part of the TRECVid Evaluation and is intended to help promote technology development … more

Interactive Intelligent Systems

The main focus of the Interactive Intelligent Systems project is to perform research using the best technologies that push the envelope of both … more

Video Surveillance Technologies for Retail Security

NIST has brought together major stakeholders from the retail and security industries, computer vision technologists/developers, the research … more

3D Shape Research

The main focuses of Shape Analysis Research Project (SARP) are to investigate 3D shape-based retrieval and to apply shape analysis to address a … more

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Silver nanoswitch: when the voltage between a gold conductor (top) and silver conductor (bottom) exceeds a critical point, silver ions rapidly assemble like a lightning strike to bridge the gap through a organic molecule monolayer.

Silver nanoswitch: when the voltage between a gold conductor (top) and silver conductor

In-depth look: An image of gold atoms on tin from a state-of-the-art scanning electron microscope (left) has relatively poor depth of field - only parts of the image are in sharp focus. By contrast, the entire image from a helium ion microscope image (rig

In-depth look: An image of gold atoms on tin from a state-of-the-art scanning electron microscope (left) has relatively poor depth of field - only parts of the image are in sharp focus. By contrast, the entire image from a helium ion microscope image (rig

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