Early Stage Researchers (ESRs)


 University of Kent


ESR 1 – Usability Performance Assessment of Mobile Touch-Screen Behavioural Biometrics

elakkiya-ellavarason Elakkiya Ellavarason obtained her Master of Science in  Computer Science and Engineering from Denmark Technical University in 2013. She has undertaken an international research project in the area of biometric technology from CASED (Centre for Advanced security Research Darmstadt). Her research work was based on effects of ageing in iris biometrics. She has worked as a model developer and analyst in Danske Bank, Copenhagen and Bangalore respectively. She has experience in developing advanced analytical predictive models. Further, she is a recipient of prestigious H.C. Ørsted scholarship from DTU which is awarded to four most outstanding international students and she has secured first rank in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering during her Bachelor’s Degree.


ESR 2 – Continuous and Instantaneous Authentication using Mobile Devices


 Università degli Studi Roma TRE


ESR 3 – Template protection in biometric-based mobile scenarios

ESR 4 – Multibiometrics architectures and privacy in a mobile environment




ESR 6 – Making mobile biometrics more reliable


 Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg


ESR 7 – Privacy in nomadic cross-system mobile biometrics

ESR 8 – User-centric and self-determined privacy management in mobile biometrics



ESR 10 – Traceable and comparable evaluation methodology for biometric systems usability