11-13 September

Tripoli, Lebanon
Second International Conference on Advances

in Biomedical Engineering
Lebanese university               
Doctoral school of sciences and technology
Azm center for research in biotechnology  



Professor Amine NAIT-ALI was born in 1972, in Oran (Algeria).

He received in 1994 the M.sc degree in Electrical Engineering (Ingénieur d’état en électronique),  at the university USTO (Oran), then the DEA degree (Diplôme des Etudes Approfondies) in Signal Processing

and Automatic from the University Paris XI (1995), France. In 1998, he received the Ph.D. degree in Biosignal processing and the (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches) (HDR) from the University Paris XII, in 2007.

He has been an Associate Professor and since 2009, he is a full Professor at the same university. His research interests are focused on biosignal processing, biometrics, optimization, modeling and medical signal and image compression. He has co-authored more than one hundred international peer-reviewed papers and edited and co-edited five books in the field of biometrics/biomedical (Springer, ISTE-Wiley and Hermes). He has organized and/or run several national, European and International workshops and served also as a reviewer for IEEE Transaction on Biomedical Engineering, EURASIP journal on advances in Signal Processing, Biomedical Signal Processing and Control et Digital Signal Processing. He is also a member of: IEEE, SFGBM, GDR ISIS and STIC-Santé. He is currently, the head of the first International Master program of Biometrics.

Seminar Title: “Biometrics for healthcare, security and forensics”

Abstract: Biometrics is known to be a discipline dealing with the extraction of physical or behavioural characteristics from human body. Thanks to digital data processing, biometrics can be effectively applied in numerous fields, such as: security, healthcare, forensics, etc. After a general introduction, the talk will be given in two parts devoted to some advanced applications and highlighting the capability of biometrics. From a specific point of view, the first part, considers the “Visible biometrics” within a context of healthcare. In the second part, we will consider some recent and advanced results of “Hidden biometrics” which deals with biomedical signals and images for the purpose of human identification, including forensics.














Technical Co-Sponsors

  • IEEE Region 8, IEEE Lebanese section
  • IEEE Lebanon circuits and Systems/power
  • IEEE Lebanon computer chapter

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