Deliverables & Milestones available:

Deliverable CodeDeliverable Title
Results WebinarAMBER enhAnced Mobile BioMetRics
Results WebinarMultibiometrics architectures and privacy in a mobile environment
Results WebinarTraceable and comparable evaluation methodology for biometric systems usability
Results WebinarVulnerability assessment in the use of biometrics in unsupervised environments y
D1.2Data Management Plan 2017 - Definition of the policy for the management and dissemination of research data on the project
D1.3 Network Report 2017
D1.4Network Report 2018
D1.5Network Report 2019
D2.1Training Programme 2017 - Definition of the project training programme
D2.2First Research Conference Report, May 2018
D2.3Second Research Conference Report, May 2019
Workshop ReportSecond Workshop Report, November 2018
D2.4Third Workshop Report, November 2019
D2.5Training Manual
D3.2Communications Report 2017
D4.6Paper: Dynamic Fingerprint Statistics: Application in Presentation Attack Detection, May 2020
D4.7Paper: A Framework for Assessing Factors Influencing User Interaction for Touch-based Biometrics, April 2019
D4.8Paper: User Interaction in Mobile Biometrics, April 2019
D4.9Paper: Fingerprint Presentation Attack Detection Utilizing Spatio-temporal Information
D4.11Paper: Making Mobile Biometrics More Reliable, December 2019
D4.12Paper: Multi-modal Verification
D4.14Paper: Face Image Analysis in Mobile Biometric Accessibility Evaluations, February 2020
D4.15Paper: Investigation into the Reliability of Facial Recognition Systems under the Simultaneous Influences of Mood Variation and Makeup, April 2020
4.21Thesis ESR 10
D5.3State of the Art ESR 4: On the cross-finger similarity of vein patterns, September 2019
D5.4Paper: Data Behind Mobile Behavioural Biometrics - a Survey, May 2019
D5.5Paper: Finger-Vein-based Biometric Recognition using Deep Neural Networks, December 2019
D6.3Paper: Towards a Privacy Requirement Model, January 2018
D6.5Paper: Towards a Protection Profile for User-centric and Self-determined Privacy Management in Mobile Biometrics, October 2018
D6.7Paper: A Requirement Analysis for Privacy Preserving Biometrics in View of Universal Human Rights and Data Protection Regulation, October 2018
D6.8Paper: Issues and challenges on template protection in the mobile framework, September 2019
D6.9Paper: Rethinking Privacy-Knowledge Modeling: About Uncovering Accepted Data Collection Business Practices as Privacy Risks, April 2020
D6.10 Paper: An Ear Anti-spoofing Database With Various Attacks, January 2019
D6.16Paper: Keystroke biometrics in the encrypted domain: a first study on search suggestion functions of web search engines
Milestone 12Communications Report 2019
D4.19Thesis ESR 9
PaperA Semantic Model For Embracing Privacy as Contextual Integrity in the Internet of Things

Deliverables ahead:

Deliverable CodeDeliverable Title
D4.17 Submission of PhD Thesis ESR 1
D4.20 Submission of PhD Thesis ESR 6
D5.10 Submission of PhD Thesis ESR 2
D5.11 Submission of PhD Thesis ESR 4
D6.20 Submission of PhD Thesis ESR 7
D6.21 Submission of PhD Thesis ESR 5
D6.22 Submission of PhD Thesis ESR 8
D6.23 Submission of PhD Thesis ESR 3


These publications were produced by our early stage researchers on the AMBER project. Here you will find publications complete with ESR and institute details.
ESR 1 Elakkiya Ellavarason, University of Kent
ESR 2 Teodors Eglitis, University of Kent
ESR 4 Ridvan Salih Kuzu Università Degli Studi Roma Tre
ESR 5 Jalil Nourmohammadi-Khiarak, Warsaw University of Technology
ESR 6 Mohammadreza Azimi, Warsaw University of Technology
ESR 7 Nicholas Whiskerd, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg
ESR 8 Salatiel Ezennaya-Gomez, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg
ESR 9 Anas Husseis, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
ESR 10 Barbara Corsetti, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
From the 1st AMBER Conference Hackathon authored by all ESRs and acdemic partners