The Cyber Identity and Behavior Research (CIBeR) Lab conducts research related to Identity and Access Management, particularly, mobile biometrics and inclusive user authentication systems, and Smart Sensing, particularly for human behavior analysis and interdisplinary applications of behavior tracking. We also conduct research in natural language processing (visit the NLP Group at USF). CIBeR is directed by Dr. Tempestt Neal, an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of South Florida.
We are looking for passionate new Master thesis students to join the team. (more info) !
CIBeR student Meghna Chaudhary was awarded a scholarship to attend the CRA-WP Grad Cohort for Women 2023 by the Computing Research Association!
CIBeR student Meghna Chaudhary secured an internship at Intuit as a Data Scientist!
Dr. Neal received an NSF CAREER Award for project Inclusive Cybersecurity Through the Lens of Accessible Identity and Access Management!
CIBeR student Sayde King the first in the lab to earn Ph.D. candidacy!
The First Workshop on Interdisplinary Applications of Biometrics and Identity Science has been accepted for FG 2023