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Development of NFIQ 2.0

March 26, 2014:

Report NISTIR 7973, Towards NFIQ II Lite, Self Organizing Maps for Fingerprint Image Quality Assessment .

February 28, 2014: 

There will be an update on NFIQ 2.0 development status on April 1, 2014 at the up coming IBPC 2014 conference.

September 17, 2013

Presentation of NFIQ 2.0 core technical specification at the 2013 Biometrics Consortium Conference in Tampa, Florida (17–19 Sept 2013).

May 7, 2013:  Presentations of NFIQ 2.0 workshop on April 26   

Report of the workshop at Planet Biometric

Motivation and use cases for NFIQ 2.0 — Oliver Bausinger  & Christoph Busch  

Candidate features for quality assessment – Martin Olsen

NFIQ 2.0 – Elham Tabassi

NFIQ requirements and implementation in large scale systems — Timo Ruhland

Quality assessment of latent fingerprints - Soweon Yoon & Anil Jain  

March 23, 2013:

The next NFIQ2.0 workshop is on April 26, 2013 co-located with the ISO/IEC JTC1 SC37 working group meetings in Winchester, U.K. 

This workshop will provide a technical update on the status of the second generation NIST Fingerprint Image Quality (NFIQ2.0) algorithm. It also aims to discuss to which extend current approaches satisfy the need of industry and operators of mobile capture devices.  

The workshop is organized by the European Association for Biometrics< (EAB) in cooperation with the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Biometrics Institute (BI). Attendance is free of charge, Registration prior April 22th is required. 

For the detailed program and registration please visit: http://eab.org/events/program/39

 

June 5, 2012: Latest version (v0.5) of NFIQ2 Feature Definitions Document

March 5, 2012: NFIQ 2.0 Workshop Program + Supporting Materials

13:00 Elham Tabassi, NIST, NFIQ 2.0 project overview
13:20 Oliver Bausinger, BSI, Motivation and use cases for NFIQ 2.0
13:35 Michael Schwaiger, Secunet, Framework, architecture, modularization
13:55 Christoph Busch, Fraunhofer IGD, Technical overview of features
14:05 Martin Olsen, CASED, Candidate features, computation and visualization
15:15 Intermezzo
15:45 Johannes Merkle, Secunet, Quality feature evaluation, preliminary results 
16:15 Timo Ruhland, BKA, AFIS quality requirements and implementations
16:30 Soweon Yoon and Anil Jain, MSU, Inclusion of mutilated fingerprint detection in NFIQ 2.0?
16:50 Elham Tabassi, NIST, NFIQ 2.0 developments for the next year
17:15 Discussion round on way forward 

February 13, 2012: 

Announcement of the 2nd NFIQ 2.0 workshop
March 5, 2012 (1300 - 1800)
Portrait Room, Admin Building
NIST

This workshop will provide a technical update on the status of the second generation NIST Fingerprint Image Quality (NFIQ 2.0) Algorithm. It also aims to seek input from researchers, developers, and users of biometric quality assessment algorithms in the way forward.

NFIQ 2.0 workshop agenda is posted here.  

NFIQ 2.0 workshop is hosted by NIST as part of IBPC 2012. IBPC 2012 is co-organized by NIST, NPL, and Fraunhofer IGD.

To register for the workshop, please send an email to Elham.Tabassi(at)nist.gov , by March 1 for US Citizens and February 26 for non-US citizens or Permanent Residents.

Please note that IBPC 2012 registration does NOT include registration for the NFIQ 2.0 workshop.

Read ahead material will be posted in the next few days.

April 26, 2011 :  Cryptographic Protection of Participants' Data

Instruction for participants to sign the material to protect integrity and to support NIST in authenticating the sender can be found here. In addition this document gives the mechanism by which the material can be encrypted for confidentiality.

The NIST public key for encryption of all software send to NIST is as follows. Use of this key is required. NIST does not accept responsiblity for any unencrypted software sent to NIST.  

NIST Key fingerprint is as follows.  

DA79 CE28 8665 C642 19D7  6CFE C6C6 D895 150C A80B


Feb. 25, 2010: Announcing the Development of NFIQ 2.0.

Please see the call for participation for more detail. Please send your suggestions and/or comments to nfiq2.development@nist.gov .

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