Groups

Vision and Sensing Research Group - University of Canberra

Vision and Sensing Research Group was established at the Faculty of Information Sciences and Engineering in January 2010 under the leadership of Assistant Professor Roland Goecke. The aim of the

CAVE - Computer Vision Laboratory at Columbia University

Computer Vision Laboratory (CAVE) is dedicated to the development of advanced computer vision systems. Their research is focused on three broad areas, namely, the creation of novel vision sensors,

Computational Biomedicine Laboratory (CBL), University of Houston

Research in the Computational Biomedicine Laboratory is motivated by fundamental open problems in the broad area of image analysis, with an emphasis on applications that address some of society's

Vision Lab - University of Antwerp

The university of Antwerp has a number of strong poles for the scientific research in biomedical and material sciences which make intensive use of research techniques involving image acquisition and

Image Sciences Institute

Image Sciences Institute, an interdisciplinary research institute located in the University Medical Center Utrecht. ISI focuses on both fundamental and applied research in medical image processing

Robarts Imaging

Robart Imaging develops innovations for medical imaging, a field that has revolutionized medicine this century. During the last three decades, medical imaging has advanced beyond film-based x-rays to

Computer Vision and Image Processing Group - Dundee

Computer Vision and Image Processing research at the School of Computing of the University of Dundee encompasses a number of themes, including Computer Vision and Image Analysis in Medicine &

Robe-Safe

The Robe-Safe research group at the University of Alcalá is focused onperception systems applied to the fields of Service Robotics and e-Safety.Services Robotics Research GroupThe RobeSafe group has

CVSSP

The Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP) is one of the major research centres of the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences of the University of Surrey. Its aim is to

U of T Multimedia Lab

The Multimedia Laboratory at the University of Toronto, is part of the Communications Group at the Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Their research has been

Visual Geometry Group

Visual Geometry Group at the University of Oxford. you will find links to Multiple View Geometry in Computer Vision by Richard Hartley and Andrew Zisserman, Software, Data set, Publications,...

Computational Vision at UC Irvine

Our lab studies computational vision, seeking to understand both the information processing capabilities of biological visual systems and develop computer vision systems. We are interested