Pattern recognition, fingerprint matching, face recognition and identification methods for tracking down the suspect in the recent shooting at Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
University Distinguished Professor of computer science and engineering
- Departments of Computer Science and Engineering; Electrical and Computer Engineering; and Statistics and Probability
- College of Engineering
- Website: http://jain.egr.msu.edu/
- Contact at: (517) 355-9282 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Anil Jain is an internationally recognized biometrics expert. His research focuses on pattern recognition, computer vision and biometric recognition. Throughout his career, he has worked with several agencies helping to improve and advance security including the FBI and the Department of Defense. Jain identified the suspect in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and can speak on identification methods for tracking down the suspect in the recent shooting at Charlie Hebdo in Paris, France.