Khoa Luu, doctoral student in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, currently carrying out his research at Carnegie Mellon University, has achieved outstanding recognition for his work at the recent International Joint Conference on Biometrics (IJCB 2011) in Washington DC, Oct. 10-13.
The event is one of the world's most selective conferences on the evolving subject of biometrics, with only 10% of papers and 23% of posters submitted being accepted. Luu not only had two submissions accepted to the conference papers, his oral paper was nominated for the competition's Best Paper Award, and his poster entitled "Investigating Age Invariant Face Recognition Based on Periocular Biometrics" (pictured below), won the Best Poster Award for this category.
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