International Workshop on Ubiquitous implicit BIOmetrics and health signals monitoring for person-centric applications


The second edition of this workshop aims at bringing together both theoretical and applied research related to the emerging topics of context and condition awareness provided by wearable sensors. In particular, the wide availability of several such sensors on mobile devices spurs a continuous evolution of related applications. Moreover, nowadays less invasive and more acceptable devices allow capturing even body signals like EEG and ECG. In the future, the fusion of IoT, biometrics and wearable signal processing technologies is expected to open new and unexpected scenarios.

Topics for the workshop include, but are not limited to:

  • Target technologies and methods:
    • ubiquitous sensing and processing of biometrics
    • continuous biometrics profiling
    • dynamic updating of biometric template
    • health-signals based inference models
    • biometrics-based activity recognition
    • mobile privacy
  • Target applicative scenarios:
    • human-centric applications in Smart Cities
    • personal health and wellness
    • elders care and assistance
    • activity monitoring
    • focus/stress estimation
    • psychophysical assessment
    • on-the-field soldiers monitoring

Workshop Co-Chairs

Modesto Castrillón-Santana, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
Maria De Marsico, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Stefano Ricciardi, University of Molise, Italy