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The Hummingbird Project

Sarah Stevenage

Professor Sarah Stevenage

Professor Sarah Stevenage is the Principal Investigator for the Hummingbird Project. She is a Professor of Cognitive Psychology at the University of Southampton, specialising in the area of forensic identification. She completed her degree and PhD at the University of Exeter. Her doctoral work focussed on the area of face perception and since then, she has extended her interests to include identification from the iris, fingerprint, gait pattern, and more recently, from the voice.

As the project lead, Sarah is responsible for coordinating all project activities including dissemination and public outreach activities. Her experience leading the recent SuperIdentity project, which examined biometrics and cybermetrics as means of identification, provides a valuable springboard into this project. Within the current project, the emphasis is squarely on biometric identification within realistic real-world contexts.

To find out more about Sarah and her research, click here to go to her homepage.

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