Institute: Interdisciplinary Studies in Identity Sciences
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ARTEMIS Triage Tool designed to help lawenforcement forensically identify child pornography on computers will release new version soon: See Artemis site.
I2SIS will be holding media interviews at 1:00 pm on April 11 in Warwick.
Best paper award
Dr. Karl Ricanek, Dr. Yishi Wang, Dr. Cuixian Chen and Dr. Yaw Chang receive "Best Poster Paper" at BTAS 2010 biometrics conference: BTAS 2010
Dr. Karl Ricanek, Dr. Eric Patterson and Amrutha Sethuram receive "Best Paper Award" at BTAS 2009 biometrics conference: BTAS 2009
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The UNCW Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies in Identity Sciences (I2SIS) seeks to engage in scholarly research, teaching, and service via its endeavor to discover, expand and disseminate knowledge, innovate, and lead the application and use of the myriad theories, findings, and technologies defining the rising field of Identity Sciences.
I2SIS Technology Transfer Activities
The I2SIS Technology Transfer Team consists of Rob Hoon (University Counsel), Steve Fontana (Senior Technology Development Officer for Marine Biotechnology), Karl Ricanek (I2SIS Director) and Ron Vetter (Professor of Computer Science). The team met numerous times during 2010-2011 and discussed a variety of issues including the development of a licensing model for the MORPH dataset and the development of future software technologies, products and services.
Two MORPH datasets,were created: (i) a non-commercial version for sale at $99 and (ii) a commercial version with the price negotiated individually for each commercial entity.
- non-commercial MORPH dataset: was collected over a span of 5 years and contains 55,000 unique images of more than 13,000 individuals, spanning from 2003 to late 2007. A UNCW uStore was setup in the TouchNet information system to sell the non-commercial version of MORPH online: Non commercial version of MORPH
- Commercial MORPH dataset: The database was collected over a span of 8 years and contains 156,313 unique images of 35,871 subjects. Subject ages range from 15 to 78 with a median age of 30. Both datasets contain metadata in the form of age, gender, race, height, weight, and eye coordinates. For license information on commercial dataset email: (ricanekk AT uncw DOT edu)
The predecssor, Face Aging Group Research Lab, has recieved more than $3 Million in research from 2003 - 2009. Since 2009 the I2SIS institute has received over 1.4 million dollars in funding from research grants: RESEARCH GRANTS LIST