GS3 Speakers

Prof Don Adjeroh

Adjeroh, Gender Summit speaker

Professor & Graduate Coordinator of Computer Science, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, West Virginia University, USA.

Don Adjeroh PhD is a Professor and Graduate Coordinator of Computer Science at West Virginia University. His research interests include pattern making, bioinformatics and computational biology, multimedia information systems, data compression, image/video processing, computational vision and biometrics. 

Professor Adjeroh spoke about gender issues in metrology and in particular systematic measurement and use of biometrics, bioinformatics and computational biology at the Gender Summit 3 North America 2013. Human recognition and identification using biometrics is a challenging problem. He discussed how gender as a metrological feature combines with other kinds of measurement such as weight, body shape, various anthropometric measurements and other soft biometrics, and what this means for applications.