03/12/2018: Registration and Agenda - June 28, 2018 Meeting
The agenda page and registration for the June 28, 2018 meeting are now available here.
01/09/2018: Hold the date for the next IEG Meeting
The next IEG meeting is scheduled for Thursday, June 28, 2018; the venue is NIST’s Gaithersburg campus. Registration details to follow.
We are working on the agenda now and plan to have it posted in early February. SUGGESTIONS/RECOMMENDATIONS for the agenda may be sent to IEG-II@nist.gov .
10/23/2017: Call for recommendations for the Spring 2018 IEG Meeting
We are soliciting suggestions for topics, speakers and dates (in the May/June 2018 timeframe) for our next IEG meeting. The venue will be NIST Gaithersburg. Please send your suggestions to IEG-II@nist.gov .
04/13/2017: Registration and Agenda – May 25 2017 Meeting
The Agenda page and registration for the May 25, 2017 meeting are now available here.
HOLD THE DATE. The next IEG meeting will be held on Thursday 5/25/2017 on the NIST Gaithersburg campus. Details to follow.
- The first meeting of IEG-II was held on June 28, see IEG-II June 2016 for details.
- We are not distributing slides, please contact the speaker directly.
- We are beginning to plan a follow up meeting.
- Venue: NIST, Gaithersburg MD campus
- Date: Tentatively, sometime in January 2017
- Suggestions about dates to avoid (or recommend) are welcome.
- Suggestions for topics and speakers are welcome.
- Suggestions for improvements in the overall meeting process are welcome.
5/12/2016: Schedule Update
4-11-2016: Schedule for first meeting of IEG-II
The first meeting of the reformulated Iris Experts Group will be held at NIST in late June. Potential speakers, please see the instructions below. Attendees, please wait for registration information is to be posted here.
4-8-2016: Restarted Iris Experts Group
During the period 2009 to 2014, an informal series of meetings were conducted on a semi-annual basis to discuss US government (USG) interests in iris recognition. Attendance was by invitation and the attendees were either USG staff who had interest in the questions submitted for discussion or recognized experts in some aspect of iris recognition who might reasonably be expected to help formulate answers to the questions. The meetings were called meetings of the Iris Experts Group (IEG) and were generally regarded as helpful in formulating answers to technical questions about iris recognition for the USG.
NIST has recently been asked to restart the group and we anticipate running meetings every six-months. Under the new name, IEG-II, the group remains a forum for the discussion of technical questions of interest to USG agencies and their staff that are employing or may employ iris recognition to carry out their mission. IEG-II will continue to solicit questions of interest from the USG community and to invite iris experts to make relevant presentations, discuss those questions and make recommendations regarding answers to the questions. It will also entertain suggestions from the wider community regarding topics/questions that the USG community should be considering. Topics that are taken under consideration for future meetings will be posted below.
These IEG meetings will be held in the Washington DC area (NIST Gaithersburg MD as a default), or as a meeting attached to a conference such as the GIS in Tampa. Speakers will be explicitly invited; potential speakers may submit proposals for presentations on topics of interest to USG. Anyone may register to attend. The coordinators for the meetings are James Matey and Patrick Grother, reachable via IEG-II@nist.gov.
People who wish to suggest topics for discussion at future IEG-II meetings or to make proposals regarding presentations on topics should send a message to IEG-II@nist.gov. Please include either "IEG-II: Presentation Proposal - ..." or "IEG-II: Topic/Question Proposal - ..." along with a brief description in the subject line. The body of the emails should be sufficiently detailed to enable the organizers to assess the proposals.
Send a note to IEG-II@nist.gov if you wish to be added to (or dropped from) the mailing list for IEG-II. Please include your name, affiliation and email address.