“Forensic Similarity for Digital Images,” an article by MISL member Owen Mayer and MISL PI Dr. Matthew Stamm was recently selected to be published in the IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, the #1 academic journal for Information Security. The article is to appear in print in December 2019. The article describes a new […]
Dr. Matthew C. Stamm has been selected to organize the 2018 IEEE Signal Processing Cup Competition. The Signal Processing Cup is an international competition annually held by the IEEE Signal Processing Society. It is designed to challenge teams of undergraduate students from around the world to tackle real problems in signal processing. The top three […]
Congratulations to MISL member Owen Mayer! Owen won the Provost’s Award for Best Oral Presentation for his talk “Exposing Digital Image Forgeries Using Optical Fingerprints” at the 2017 Drexel Emerging Graduate Scholars Conference.
Dr. Matthew Stamm (PI), Dr. James Shackleford (Co-PI), and Dr. Naga Kandasamy (Co-PI) have been awarded $648,572 in funding for their project “High Performance Techniques to Identify the Source and Authenticity of Digital Videos Using Multimedia Forensics” from the Army Research Office. This two year project will develop multimedia forensic algorithms to blindly determine which […]