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Bowyer Wins Biometrics Council's Meritorious Service Award

Virginia Watterson • DATE: February 23, 2017

Professor Kevin Bowyer received the inaugural IEEE Biometrics Council Meritorious Service Award to honor outstanding service in the field of biometrics. The award was presented at the IEEE International Conference on Identity, Security and Behavior Analysis 2017 (ISBA-2017) held in New Delhi, 22-24 February 2107. The award is made each year to a single awardee who is member of the member societies of the Biometrics Council and who has been active in the fields of interest to the Biometrics Council for more than fifteen years. The award consists of a plaque and $1,000 honorarium.  Professor Bowyer was a founder of the Biometrics Theory Applications and Systems conference series and the inaugural Editor-In-Chief of the IEEE Biometrics Compendium.