Location: CAMP 2211
The Biomedical Signal Analysis Lab works to create and enhance methods for measurement of the human body in order to advance biometric-recognition technology. Using a variety of tools, such as fingerprint, iris and face readers, electrocardiographs and laser Doppler vibrometers (employed in voice recognition), research done in the Lab assists developments in border security, forensics and consumer electronics.
In addition, the Lab serves as a site for the National Science Foundation’s’ (NSF) Center for Identification Technology Research (CITeR), a multi-university center working with government and industry to strength identification technology and credibility assessment. More information is available at citer.clarkson.edu.
The Lab is funded in part by grants from the NSF, the Department of Homeland Security and The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA).
The lab contains the following equipment:
- biometric recognition systems (fingerprint/face/iris readers)
- laser Doppler vibrometers