Computer Vision & Robotics

The Computer Vision and Robotics group explores machine autonomy and intelligence in uncertain and unstructured real-world environment. The research area includes a broad spectrum of topics such as modeling and recognition of real-world objects, active perception through human-machine interactions, human-computer interface and augmented reality, locomotion and navigation, visually-guided manipulation of physical objects, human assistive devices and autonomous design and construction of structures. By researching these enabling technologies, we envision to make complex real-world environment more accessible and tractable.

Research Topics

  • Image Structure Detection
  • Image/ Video Processing
  • Digital Signal Processing

 

PhD Opportunities

  • Next Generation Cameras
  • Scene Reconstruction
  • Automated Systems
  • Machine Learning
  • Image Structure Detection
  • Image/ Video Processing
  • Digital Signal Processing
Contact Information
Dr. Abdul Hafez
Head of COMPUTER VISION AND ROBOTICS Group
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