Developments of Personal Authentication Systems

No próximo dia 13 de outubro, pelas 9h30 na sala S3 do DCC (FC6 1.42),  Gi-Chul Yang irá dar uma palestra intitulada "Developments of Personal Authentication Systems".


A palestra é organizada pelo DCC-FCUP e é aberta a todos os interessados.


Short Bio:

Gi-Chul Yang received his M.S. degree from Department of Computer Science, the University of Iowa, USA in 1986 and PhD degree in Computer Science and Telecommunications Program from the University of Missouri, USA in 1993. Currently, he is a Professor at Mokpo National University, where he has been working since September 1993. He was also a Director of Information & Computing Institute, School of Information Engineering at Mokpo National University. His research interests include Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). He was a Visiting Scholar at Heriot-Watt University and University of Hamburg in 2002 and 2015, respectively. He collaborated with professors at Linkoping University, University of Zurich, University of Missouri, University of Auckland, Drexel University and University of Hawaii. He is an author of several books (written in Korean) and was an editor of Springer’s Transactions of Engineering Technologies. He served as a committee member and a conference chair of various international conferences. He is, also, an editorial board member of International Journals such as American Journal of Computer Science and Technology and Journal of Image and Graphics(JOIG). 



"Developments of Personal Authentication Systems"





Along with the increasing complexity of information security in modern society, the importance of personal authentication is proliferating in various areas. Various personal authentication schemes and a mechanism using alphanumeric passwords are the most common way of implementing personal authentication systems these days. However, alphanumeric password systems have inconveniences in security, memorability, and usability. A graphical password scheme is an alternative personal authentication scheme that can replace the current alphanumeric password schemes. A number of recently developed graphical password systems at the Mokpo National University are presented in this talk and introduce a new way of implementing the graphical password scheme using brainwave signals and deep learning.

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