Matthew Boakes

Postgraduate Researcher, Alan Turing Institute

Matthew Boakes is a Research Associate at the Alan Turing Institute within the Trustworthy Digital Infrastructure for Identity Systems project. At the moment, he is studying Biometrics for National Identity Systems, with a focus on voice. His primary interests are cyber security, biometrics and artificial intelligence. He recently completed his PhD at the University of Kent on the “A Performance Assessment Framework for Mobile Biometrics” project. In addition, he is a committee member for the development of BSI IST/44 and ISO SC 37 WG5 biometric standards. Matthew is also passionate about cyber-related (security) and is an external supervisor for CIISec CyberEPQ projects. Matthew has also achieved awards for his higher education teaching at the University of Kent. He has assisted modules from the School of Computing and Engineering ranging from foundational level to Master’s. He has published work in IEEE Transactions journals and at ICPR conferences.


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