Published Hackathon results presented at the International Carnahan Conference of Security Technology

The hackathon results from the first AMBER research conference held in Rome this year were presented at the International Carnahan Conference of Security Technology in Canada. Inés Goicoechea-Telleria presented the paper which highlighted finger spoofing techniques across several mobile devices. Read the paper here.

26th edition of the European Signal Processing Conference, EUSIPCO 2018

This week AMBER partners will be at the 26th edition of the European Signal Processing Conference, EUSIPCO 2018 . AMBER is staging a special session on Mobile Biometric Technologies Organised by Richard Guest of EDA the session brings together novel research in person authentication on smart devices. Follow us, and the conference progress on Twitter @AMBERBiometrics and @eusipco2018.   

Teodors moves onto the next part of his academic secondment

Our University of Kent ESR, Teodors, has just completed his three month academic secondment with AMBER partner Università degli Studi Roma TRE in Rome. He is now moving onto Warsaw, Poland to Politechnika Warszawska where he will be until October. One of the great benefits of being in a Marie Skłodowska-Curie funded Innovative Training Network ( means that Read More …

Marie Curie Alumni Association at the EuroScience Open Forum 2018

Two of our early stage researchers, Barbara and Anas, attended the Marie Curie Alumni Association event at the EuroScience Open Forum in Toulouse. The event was “Making our ambition a reality under Horizon Europe”. Marie Curie Actions offer a wealth of events that are free for fellows to attend. It is worthwhile joining as an alumni member Read More …

Engaging with the public about your research

This weekend scientists from the University of Kent will be speaking about their research to the general public at the Soapbox Science event in Canterbury. Check it out here: and follow on Twitter with @SoapboxScience. What is so important about events like this, is that it brings research and the public together. Engaging with the Read More …