Rudolf Haraksim

Rudolf Haraksim is an Early Stage Researcher funded by the International FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network 'Bayesian Biometrics for Forensics (BBfor2)'.

His research focuses on the calculation of likelihood ratios in different forensic modalities from scores produced by automated forensic systems. He started off with AFIS at the NFI fingerprint group and is looking to find / establish tools for validation of this system. The main ambition is to produce a framework that could be easily extended (extrapolated) into other forensic modalities.

December 2010 - To Date: Forensic researcher
April 2010 - November 2010: Systems Integration Engineer / GEOsat/SBAS Consultant
December 2007 - November 2009: Systems Integration Engineer
February 2007 - November 2007: Software developer - intern
January 2003 - July 2005: Network architect - intern

1st December 2010 - To Date: Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands
15th September 2006 - 13th September 2007: Manchester Metropolitan University
1st September 2001 - 1st July 2005: Technical University in Kosice, Slovak Republic

Research interest:
Likelihood framework
Bayesian statistics
Multimodal biometric systems
Calibration of score based systems
Normalization and Optimization methods

Publications (with forensic relevance):
IAFPA 2011: Influence of the size of the population dataset on the results produced by the Batvox software, D. van der Vloed, D. Meuwly, R. Haraksim and J. Vermeulen (NFI)
EAFS 2012: Fingerprint evidence evaluation, Robustness to the lack of data. R. Haraksim, D. Meuwly and P. Vergeer (NFI)

Visiting address:
Laan van Ypenburg 6
2497GB The Hague

Postal address:
Postbus 24044
2490 AA The Hague

Phone: +31 (0)70 888 63 44
Fax: +31 (0)70 888 65 59
r.haraksim at nfi,minjus,nl