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Call for Book Chapters

Biometrics under Biomedical Considerations, Publisher Springer

Important dates

Chapter submission deadline: contact me.



Scope: Generally speaking, Biometrics is defined as an advanced technology used to recognize individuals from their physical or behavioural characteristics. By considering security and control applications (e.g. identification and verification), biometrics is commonly regarded as an innovative solution. Among the concerned fields, medical and healthcare environments are frequently mentioned as promising applications.

As specified by this book’s title, the purpose is to deal with biometrics from biomedical engineering point of view. In particular, two main sections will be addressed. In the first section, some chapters will be devoted to advanced applications of biometrics in clinical environments. The concerned topics will consider, newborn, patients and medical staff control, but also medical and clinical biometrics,  from biosignal measurement point of view, excluding security applications.

In the second part, we consider more technical subjects in order to highlight the sensitivity of some common biometric modalities (e.g. face, iris, fingerprint) under some specific constraints such as pathologies, injuries, plastic surgery and ageing.

This book is suitable for final-year undergraduate students, postgraduate students, engineers and researchers in the field of Computer-engineering, Information Technology (IT), Biometrics, Biomedical engineering and more specifically applied Digital Signal and Image processing.

Contents (tentative)

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Chapter 1: Biometrics in clinical environment


Chapter 2:  Newborn footprint identification


Chapter 3: Newborn Palmprint identification


Chapter 4: Face recognition in healthcare


Chapter 5: Fingerprint in healthcare


Chapter 6: Face recognition and plastic surgery


Chapter 7: Effect of ageing on face analysis


Chapter 8: Face ageing under health and behavioural conditions


Chapter 9: Iris recognition by considering pathological cases


Chapter 10: Influence of skin disease on fingerprints.


Chapter 11: Veins pathologies in biometrics


Abstract submission

Note: your chapter title can be the same as proposed in the table of contents, otherwise you can suggest another one within the scope of this book. 

Chapter submission

Contact and guidelines 

Prof. Amine NAIT-ALI,

Université Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC)

Laboratoire Images, Signaux et Systèmes Intelligents (LISSI, EA 3956)

122 rue Paul Armangot, 94400 Vitry sur Seine


Email: naitali(at)

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