Topic : Robust biometrics (face authentication) under spoofing attacks on mobile platforms
Status : OPEN
The L3i lab of the University of La Rochelle (France) is looking for a talented young researcher to join a team working on mobile authentication using identity documents capture and video interaction. You will work closely with approx. 8 persons (professors, associate professors, software engineers, postdoctoral researchers and PhD students) in 2 labs and 2 companies to design, prototype, evaluate and disseminate a new solution for the robust distant authentication of individuals using identity document scans and a live video session.
As part of the MOBIDEM project (“Mobile Identity for the Masses”), which aims at lowering the barrier for the acquisition of digital certificates for online signatures, the L3i is in charge of conceiving and developing an efficient and effective solution for the authentication of individuals during the creation of the digital identity. This projects involves two industrials and another academic lab, and will lead to new solutions to build online trust. The MOBIDEM project is funded by the French government.
The L3i lab (“Image Interaction Informatics”) is the ICT research component of the University of La Rochelle, France. Located on the seaside in one of the most touristic cities in France, the L3i lab has grown a solid experience in collaborative research projects with many academics labs and industrial partners. The L3i lab has a huge team of researchers (postdocs, software engineers, professors), who have been working on R&D projects in the domain of document image analysis (DIA). The L3i lab has several state of the art document scanners and sophisticated equipment for conducting high quality research. Composed of a hundred staff members, we value scientific excellence, initiative, and cooperation.
For more information about the position, please contact :
muriel.visani(at)univ-lr.fr and joseph.chazalon(at)univ-lr.fr
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